Built 1875. Originally built as a hotel known as the Mansion House, and later Hotel Dudley. During the 1917-1918 local option elections the hotel was owned by Orlando Burtis, who was instrumental in the Wet movement. Burtis’ challenge of the 1917 local option election resulted in a re-vote on the issue, January 5, 1918, which would be the first election to be held in New York State following passage of the women’s suffrage amendment.
Orlando Burtis, owner of the Dudley House, challenging the women's vote at Lisle Village Hall January 5, 1918.