2021 Tour Season Ends With Robineau Road Ramble

Posted on November 1, 2021 by

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We finished up our 2021 outdoor Arts & Crafts Neighborhood Walking Tour series with a return to Strathmore Drive and Robineau Road. Sam Gruber dug a little deeper into the history and we looked at a few different houses than before – but we’ve only scratched the surface of the Arts & Crafts impact on this and surrounding Westside neighborhoods. Tours and other events are free for members. 2022 membership is available now. We’ll begin to put together a schedule for 2022. Are there streets you’d like to walk together and learn more about? Maybe you’d like to help research a tour – or even lead one! We are an all-volunteer organization, so we need ….VOLUNTEERS. Thank you, Amy Shook, (who has been so important for the Gustav Stickley house restoration) for sending us pictures from Sunday’s walk. This one shows the group looking at the Robineau family complex of Pottery (studio upstairs, kiln below) and the family house called “Four Winds,” both designed by architect Katherine Budd. built in 1903-04, they are among the earliest and best examples of Craftsman style architecture in Syracuse.

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