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Phone: 845-234-3177
300 Stage Rd
PO Box 120

New York 10949

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To promote and encourage public awareness, study, research, and appreciation of the history of the village of Monroe, NY and of the historically distinguished residents of the area, particularly those from late 1790 through the Civil War.

To illustrate the social influence and the contributions of the Free and Accepted Masons in Orange County, NY.

To preserve and maintain historic structures, including the McGarrah Stagecoach Inn, artifacts, materials, books, fine art, and similar items.
Major Activities of CMHS During 2013:

- Installed roadside marker along Stage Rd.
- Began working restoring bedrooms
- Continued airplane renewal
- Co-sponsored Civil War general memorial
- Held Pancake Breakfast
- Coordinated ghost investigation groups
- Participated in Cheese Festival
- Organized/held silent auction
- Completed landscaping of front
- Cooperated with raffle/spaghetti dinner
- Arranged Haunted House presentation with Linda Zimmerman lecture
- Planned Wallkill Scholl/Hudson River School of art lecture and show
- Schedule Bill Beale - WSPK "Woodman in Morning" broadcast from building
- Met with Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney & State Senator Larkin
- Implemented placement of building on historical marker registry & website of historical markers

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CMHS is now planning a "Grand Opening" for late spring or as soon as the snow melts!! We invite you to watch the newspapers for announcements of the opening of the Museum dedicated to local Monroe history, architecture, & Masonic history. In addition, McGarrahs Stagecoach Inn & Museum is available... more »
The Cornerstone Masonic Historical Society has done a wonderful service to Monroe and a wonderful job rescuing and restoring the McGarrah's Inn - Bravo... more »
Before I ever became associated with the society, let alone a board member, I was intrigued by the architecture and age of the house. Although new to the Monroe area at the time, having grown up in New England, both myself and my wife have an appreciation for the quality of craftsmanship, one that ... more »
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