Frisbee House

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Frisbee House Photo Courtesy Rensselaerville Historical Society

The Frisbee House was erected 1790-91 in the hamlet of Rensselaerville. A store and tavern; doctor's office and justice's office, the federal library, a ballroom, the Free Mason's Lodge and the family were all at one time accommodated in this house. In 1922-1972 it was known as the "Catalpa House".[1].


  1. People Made It Happen Here, History of the Town of Rensselaerville ca. 1788-1950, Published 1977