Photo taken 2001

Apalachin is a hamlet in the hills of New York's southern tier best known for hosting an aborted organized crime convention in 1957.

The above building, which is now a six unit apartment, is not native to Apalachin.  It was the Hebrew Brothers Association from 1915 to 1929 on Susquehanna Street in Binghamton.  The congregation outgrew the shul, however, and upon purchasing a new building, sold the old building to an Apalachin church, which moved it about 15 miles west to its current location.