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Delmar


The nucleus of the village of Delmar (formerly Adamsville or Adams Station) was a large hotel built in 1836 by Nathaniel Adams. A post office was opened in 1840 and Mr. Adams was appointed the first postmaster. The name was changed in the 1890s to Delmar. [1]

  1. Amasa J. Parker, editor, Landmarks of Albany County New York, D. Mason & Co., Publishers, Syracuse, 1897.

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Street Names: Adams Place, Adams Street, Central Place, Delaware Avenue, Delmar Place, Dyer Terrace, Furman Place, Hallwood Road, Kenwood Avenue, Nathaniel Boulevard, Oakwood Place, Pine View Avenue, Route 140, Route 443, Taylor Terrace

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