IMPROVEMENTS IN LANSINGBURGH.—The Lansingburgh Gazette notices the improvements going forward in that beautiful village. Among them we note […] a large and beautiful dwelling-house and a fine store, by J. J. Adams, Esq., near the corner of John street [Fourth Ave] and the Turnpike road [Northern Drive]
Northern Budget. August 31, 1847: 2 col 5.

Detail showing 823 Fourth Avenue cropped from: Bevan, John. Map of [the Village of] Lansingburgh, Rensselaer County, New York. New York: J. Bevan, 1872.

—The homestead of the late James I. Adams in Adamsville was sold yesterday to Truman Ives.
“Lansingburgh.” Troy Daily Times. August 23, 1882: 2 col 6.

—Truman G. Ives, who recently purchased the James I. Adams homestead in Adamsville, is making extensive improvements to the premises.
“Lansingburgh.” Troy Daily Times. September 13, 1882: 2 col 6.

Detail showing 823 Fourth Avenue cropped from: Troy, Rensselaer County, New York, 1903. New York: Sanborn Insurance Maps, 1903. [Scan by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute]

Public Auction
Edgard W. Winslow, as Auctioneer, will sell at PubliC Auction on the premises,
Tuesday, May 28, 1918,
Adjourned on account of rain from May 21 to May 28.
At 11 o’clock A. M. this desirable property, known as the Truman Ives, Sr., Residence
Situated on the northwest corner of [One Hundred] Twenty-third Street and Fourth Avenue, known as 823 Fourth Avenue, Upper Troy, with lot 100 feet on Fourth Avenue by 120 feet on [One Hundred] Twenty-third Street, with two-story brick barn 22×40, suitable for garage, will accommodate 1-2 cars. Property may be inspected at any time. Will make a fine home or rooming house, being near United Shirt and Collar Factory and United Traction Car Barns, also good Residential location. Keys at the office of
J. H. Winslow & Son
12 State St., Troy, N. Y. Telephone No.397-J.
Troy Times. May 25, 1918