Lincoln’s Visit to Clyde Mural
17 Sodus Street, Clyde New York 14433
On the east side of the Galens Pharmacy building which is on the east side of the street.
The canal Village of Clyde was the only stop made between Rochester and Syracuse by the Lincoln Inaugural Train Monday, February 18, 1861.
This mural, from the brush of Robert Gillespie, depicts the President-elect addressing an immense crowd which had gathered at the depot.
The mural was created by Robert Gillespie August 2009