Wednesday, February 19, 2014

A Hudson Institution Comes to an End

John Mason reports in today's Register-Star that the last residents of the Home for the Aged have been moved out of the building at Union and Seventh streets: "Home for the Aged closes its doors." It seems Mason suspected that the now vacant historic house might be another Galvan acquisition. The article quotes an email from Eric Galloway that states the Galvan Initiatives Foundation "does not own the Home for the Aged and is not in contract to purchase it." 

The Home for the Aged, which was founded in 1883, had occupied the building at Union and Seventh streets, which had previously been the residence of Robert and Sarah McKinstry, since 1896.

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