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Sanford Mansion and grounds offer a glimpse of Amsterdam

The main stairway in Amsterdam's City Hall evokes memories of Stephen Sanford and his family.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The main stairway in Amsterdam's City Hall evokes memories of Stephen Sanford and his family.
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A tennis court, a sunken rose garden and a beautiful view of the Mohawk Valley are just some of the things that made Stephen Sanford’s home on Forge Street in Amsterdam a wonderful place to behold. Then, there’s the house itself. The Sanford Mansion, now minus the tennis court, has been serving as Amsterdam City Hall since 1932. Back in the early 1990s, there was talk of finding a new site for the mayor’s office ...


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