Dobbs Ferry Historical Society

Dobbs Ferry Historical Society visit our website at: www.DobbsFerryHistory.org
The Dobbs Ferry Historical Society serves the community by: • collecting and preserving public and private documents as well as formal and informal correspondence which have been used by past generations and which typify and illustrate their way of life. • making available historical publications, books, paintings, artifacts, and maps relating to the history of Dobbs Ferry. • filming and recording oral histories of present citizens to preserve their stories for future generations. • publishing books, pamphlets and the newsletter, The Ferryman. • fostering an awareness and appreciation for the history of Dobbs Ferry and all the people, noted and humble, who transmitted the good things of the past to the present and the future.
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Our Archives are located at the Mead House which was bequeathed to the Society by Clara Mead in 1990. The house is also available for community meetings and private functions.

Mission: Our mission is to preserve and present the history of the people and the institutions that make up the Village of Dobbs Ferry, New York.

UPCOMING LECTURENew Insights on Slavery in the Hudson River Valley through Collections ResearchDate: January 26, 2020Tim...
01/23/2020

UPCOMING LECTURE
New Insights on Slavery in the Hudson River Valley through Collections Research
Date: January 26, 2020
Time: 2:00-3:15 PM
Location: Eastchester Public Library, 11 Oakridge Pl, Eastchester, NY 10709
Speaker: Michael Lucas, Curator of Historical Archaeology, New York State Museum
The talk will focus on how historical archaeology can aid in understanding the lives of enslaved people in the Hudson Valley. Old collections at the New York State Museum are valuable tools for providing fresh insights into the examination of slavery in New York. He will first explore the role of these material objects in the transatlantic slave trade. Second he will look at how these same objects within specific archaeological assemblages. By looking at the local context it’s possible to see how these objects once used in the brutality of the slave trade could be re-interpreted as symbols of liberation, freedom, autonomy, and resistance.

Michael, Lucas is the Curator of Historical Archaeology at the New York State Museum in Albany. Previously he had worked at the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Prince George’s County, MD. His 2019 publications are “One Family’s Struggle to maintain its Privileged Heritage at Van Schaick Island, Cohoes, New York: 1760-1852,” The Bulletin: Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association, No. 133 and “Charles Town: The Anatomy of a Public Place in Early Tidewater Maryland,” in The Archaeology of Colonial Maryland: Five Essays by Scholars of the Early Province, edited by Matthew D. McKnight, Maryland Historical Trust Press, Crownsville. He received his Ph. D. in American Studies from the University of Maryland.

Upcoming Event...HOW NEW YORKBECAME THE EMPIRE CITY:  The Aqueduct from Croton to ManhattanAn Illustrated Talk by Tom Ta...
01/19/2020

Upcoming Event...
HOW NEW YORK
BECAME THE EMPIRE CITY:
The Aqueduct from Croton to Manhattan

An Illustrated Talk by Tom Tarnowsky
about the daring project to bring “pure and wholesome”
water to New York, forever changing the City.

Sunday, January 26th at 3 pm
in the Orr Room at the Hastings Library

The talk complements an exhibit of architectural
and engineering drawings, illustrations, maps and photographs, curated by Mr. Tarnowsky,
currently on display at the Keeper’s House,
15 Walnut Street, Dobbs Ferry.

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2020 inductees have been named… and we remember some of Dobbs Ferry’s musical talent. Tromb...
01/19/2020

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2020 inductees have been named… and we remember some of Dobbs Ferry’s musical talent.
Trombonist and jazz composer/ musician Kai Winding (d.1983) hit it big in 1963 with his instrumental version of “More.” Released as a single, the song reached #8 on the Billboard Hot 100 and stayed on the list for 15 weeks.
Singer, actor, songwriter, and member of the Dobbs Ferry High School Class of 1968, Beverly Bremers, had a smash hit single “Don’t Say You Don’t Remember” in 1971 (#5 on Billboard Hot 100). Bremers has preformed on Broadway in the musicals “Hair” and “The Me Nobody Knows” and went on to write the theme to Mousercise for the Disney Channel, which earned her a platinum record.
Violinist Marin Alsop, is the current musical director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the first woman to hold this position with a major American orchestra. She comes from a talented musical family. Marin’s dad, Lamar (d.2014), also a violinist, served as long time concertmaster for the New York City Ballet Orchestra, and was a member of the string section on recordings by artist such as Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson and Frank Sinatra. Lamar preformed on more than 50 movie soundtracks including “Fame” and “Fargo.” Her mother Ruth (d.2014), a cellist, was a member of the NYC Ballet Orchestra for more than 50 years and played with the Radio City Music Hall Orchestra as well.

Local history…Greenburgh Public Library Local History Series - Westchester, Washington, and Rochambeau: The Path to Vict...
01/13/2020

Local history…
Greenburgh Public Library Local History Series - Westchester, Washington, and Rochambeau: The Path to Victory
Wednesday, January 15
Time: 7– 8:30 p.m.
Location: Multipurpose Room
Susan Seal, President and Founder, Friends of the Odell House Rochambeau Headquarters, will discuss the historical significance of the old farmhouse on Ridge Road in Hartsdale. It played a major role in the Revolutionary War and in American History. Susan will also talk about the exciting new plans to rescue the house and open it to the public.

01/13/2020
Ogden 100th

Repost from You Knew You Grew Up in Dobbs Ferry if you remember….
Thank you to Martin Luckett for producing and sharing this work celebrating the 100th anniversary of Ogden Engine Co. in 1998.

This is "Ogden 100th" by Martin Luckett on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Good conversation and good food,  made  for another successful Annual Eggnog Party at the DF Historical Society’s headqu...
01/13/2020

Good conversation and good food, made for another successful Annual Eggnog Party at the DF Historical Society’s headquarters, the Mead House.

Hope to see everyone here. All are welcome...
01/02/2020

Hope to see everyone here. All are welcome...

Winter arrives…On cold winter nights, readers at the original Dobbs Ferry Library, which was located at 59 Main Street (...
12/22/2019

Winter arrives…
On cold winter nights, readers at the original Dobbs Ferry Library, which was located at 59 Main Street (1899-1909), were always welcomed into the parlor with its blazing fire.

Worshiping in Dobbs…Beginning in 1946, area Jews met to found a synagogue. By 1949, with the purchase of a large brick b...
12/18/2019

Worshiping in Dobbs…
Beginning in 1946, area Jews met to found a synagogue. By 1949, with the purchase of a large brick building on Broadway, the Greenburgh Hebrew Center became a reality.
The building was refurbished to house a religious school, a sanctuary for religious services, offices and a home for a caretaker.
In 1991, to accommodate increased membership, the building was renovated and enlarged and two stained glass windows by Israeli artist Naftali Bezem were added.
Photo from "The Ferryman", February 1997

12/15/2019
Vaughn Meader "The First Family" 1962 FULL ALBUM

The First Family, a comedy album that is a parody of President John Kennedy and his family, hit #1 on the Billboard charts on December 15, 1962 and would remain there for 12 weeks.
Historical Society Trustee Bradley Bolke who died earlier this year, was the voice of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev on the album and comedian Vaughn Meader was JFK.
The album was recorded on Oct. 22 before a live audience who was unaware that the President was on TV addressing the Cuban Missile Crisis to the nation.
In 1963, The First Family won a Grammy for album of the year.
After JFK’s death the record sales stopped and all copies were destroyed.
It recently has been re-released.

The classic 1962 Lp in full. Enjoy! (Tracks and times courtesy of YouTube user Robert Moore. Thanks!) Act I 00:00 Scene 1. The Experiment 00:43 Scene 2. Afte...

Location, location…On Dec. 14, 1955, the Tappan Zee Bridge opened to traffic.Before the new Hudson River bridge crossing...
12/14/2019

Location, location…
On Dec. 14, 1955, the Tappan Zee Bridge opened to traffic.
Before the new Hudson River bridge crossing was built location was an issue.
In a May 10, 1950 New York Times editorial, “That Thruway Bridge,” Dobbs Ferry was suggested as a building site.
“To the lay eye, studying a map, of northern Hastings or southern Dobbs Ferry, just across the river from where New Jersey and New York meet, would seem to be logical.”
The bridge derives its name from the Tappan, an area Native American tribe, and zee, the Dutch word for sea.
In 2018, the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge replaced the bridge.

Groundbreaking…Mercy College founded by the Sisters of Mercy in Tarrytown for members of the order opened to women in 19...
12/12/2019

Groundbreaking…
Mercy College founded by the Sisters of Mercy in Tarrytown for members of the order opened to women in 1961 and moved to Dobbs Ferry.
In 1969 the college became nonsectarian and coed.
Our Lady of Victory Academy, a private Catholic girls high school that opened the same time as the college, closed in 2011 due to financial difficulties. The school building was taken over by the college.
The photos from Mercy College: Yesterday & Today, by Eric Martone and Michael Perrota,.
Seen are photos of the campus in the early 1960s. The original college building has been added on to and the chapel is no longer used for religious services. A dorm has been added and athletic fields and parking areas have been expanded to accommodate the increased enrollment.

Awesome…Give the gift of Dobbs Ferry. Check out our website for great merchandise. Our Dobbs Ferry throws come in Willia...
12/08/2019

Awesome…
Give the gift of Dobbs Ferry. Check out our website for great merchandise.
Our Dobbs Ferry throws come in Williamsburg blue or cranberry red.
www.dobbsferryhistory.org

From a 1995 issue of The Ferrymen:On a quiet Sunday afternoon in early December 1941, while Phyllis DeRosa Paretti was d...
12/07/2019

From a 1995 issue of The Ferrymen:
On a quiet Sunday afternoon in early December 1941, while Phyllis DeRosa Paretti was doing the dishes, the radio brought the news that Pearl Harbor had been bombed.
On the light cruiser Detroit, Waterman Joseph Fastiggi experienced the horror of Pearl Harbor as warships of the United States Navy burned and exploded about him. Only the previous year he had left Dobbs Ferry to enlist
Elvira Marconi recalled, “I cried, wondering how long the war would be.”
Bill McHenry’s mother asked “Where is Pearl Harbor- what does it mean to you?” Shortly afterwards Bill would be an infantry anti-tank gunner for more than three years.
For the next 42 months village life would be mobilized for total global conflict. Before it was over, more than 900 men and women living in the village at the time of the war served on every front and in every branch of the service.
Thirty- two sacrificed their lives.

Dobbs Ferry Historical Society's cover photo
12/02/2019

Dobbs Ferry Historical Society's cover photo

Happy Thanksgiving from the Dobbs Ferry Historical Society…If you are looking for some last minute holiday favorites for...
11/27/2019

Happy Thanksgiving from the Dobbs Ferry Historical Society…
If you are looking for some last minute holiday favorites for your feast, why not try the poultry dressing from the 1964 Dobbs Ferry Teacher’s Scholarship Fund Cookbook or a pumpkin pie recipe from Jimmie’s Restaurant.

SRO at our Hudson Rising program yesterday. To learn more about us and our upcoming events check us out at 𝗱𝗼𝗯𝗯𝘀𝗳𝗲𝗿𝗿𝘆𝗵𝗶𝘀...
11/18/2019

SRO at our Hudson Rising program yesterday. To learn more about us and our upcoming events check us out at 𝗱𝗼𝗯𝗯𝘀𝗳𝗲𝗿𝗿𝘆𝗵𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗼𝗿𝘆.𝗼𝗿𝗴

Racing into the history books… Kudos to the 2019 Dobbs Ferry Girls Cross Country Team in winning the Section 1 Class C C...
11/13/2019

Racing into the history books…
Kudos to the 2019 Dobbs Ferry Girls Cross Country Team in winning the Section 1 Class C Championship, ending Bronxville’s 32 year streak of consecutive titles.
A 1965 Periauger yearbook shows Kate Wall the lone female team member of the track team, back in the day before there was a girl’s high school team and pre Title IX.

Tomorrow... Sunday, Nov. 17 at 1 p.m.The Dobbs Ferry Historical Society presents…Hudson Rising (adapted from the New Yor...
11/09/2019

Tomorrow... Sunday, Nov. 17 at 1 p.m.
The Dobbs Ferry Historical Society presents…
Hudson Rising (adapted from the New York Historical Society exhibition) explores 200 years of ecological change and environmental activism along the Hudson River through artifacts, media & Hudson River School paintings.
At the Dobbs Ferry Public Library, 55 Main St.
Admission is free and all are welcome.

SRO …Muriel Fox, co-founder of the National Organization For  Women, packed the house.
11/04/2019

SRO …
Muriel Fox, co-founder of the National Organization For Women, packed the house.

History is everywhere…Honoring 160 years of service to Livingston Hose Company, the Dobbs Ferry Fire Dept., & the Villag...
11/03/2019

History is everywhere…
Honoring 160 years of service to Livingston Hose Company, the Dobbs Ferry Fire Dept., & the Village of Dobbs Ferry.
Chris Denike, back row, (20 years), Robert (Radar) Casino (50 years), Ronnie Bray (50 years) & Mark Leggiero (40 years) with local officials.
Livingston's horse drawn "firetruck", 1909.

Fall lecture series…. Guest speaker: Muriel Fox, co-founder of the National Organization For Women, 2 p.m., Sunday, Nov....
11/02/2019

Fall lecture series….
Guest speaker: Muriel Fox, co-founder of the National Organization For Women, 2 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 3 at the Dobbs Ferry Public Library, 55 Main St.
Presented by the Dobbs Ferry Historical Society & the Dobbs Ferry Public Library
Admission is free and all are welcome

November 1st is National Authors Day…..Heres a sampling of books by some Dobbs Ferry authors, past and present.
11/01/2019

November 1st is National Authors Day…..
Heres a sampling of books by some Dobbs Ferry authors, past and present.

11/01/2019

November 1st is National Authors Day…..
Here are books by some Dobbs Ferry authors, past and present.

10/25/2019
Tigers Revenge : Aerial Combat over Germany in WW II

Here is the video shown at our annual meeting of Dobbs Ferry Historian Dr. Richard Borkow interviewing Lieutenant Bill Lyons about his WWII experiences,.

WW II fighter pilot Bill Lyons is interviewed about his experiences as a P51 pilot engaged in combat over Germany on November 26, 1944, in a massive airstrik...

Today, Oct. 19, 1781 the Battle of Yorktown ends… In  “George Washington’s Westchester Gamble,” DF Village Historian Dr....
10/19/2019

Today, Oct. 19, 1781 the Battle of Yorktown ends…
In “George Washington’s Westchester Gamble,” DF Village Historian Dr. Richard Borkow spotlights Washington’s decision not to attack NYC, but rather to march the troops to Virginia and take on the British at Yorktown, ultimately bringing the American Revolution closer to an end.
Every August the DF Historical Society commemorates the beginning of that march when troops turned onto Broadway at what is today known as the Gateway on their way to Yorktown.

Dobbs Ferry Historical Society's cover photo
10/19/2019

Dobbs Ferry Historical Society's cover photo

Fall Lecture…Mark your calendars for Sunday, Nov. 3 at 2 p.m.Presented by the Dobbs Ferry Historical Society & the Dobbs...
10/16/2019

Fall Lecture…
Mark your calendars for Sunday, Nov. 3 at 2 p.m.
Presented by the Dobbs Ferry Historical Society & the Dobbs Ferry Public Library.

Celebrating….The Old Croton Aqueduct opened on October 14, 1842 carrying water from the Croton River to reservoirs in Ma...
10/14/2019

Celebrating….
The Old Croton Aqueduct opened on October 14, 1842 carrying water from the Croton River to reservoirs in Manhattan. It remained in service until 1955.
Today, the original Keepers House, located in Dobbs Ferry, is open to the public.

History is everywhere... Honoring 310 years of service to Ogden Engine and the Dobbs Ferry Fire Dept.John Trenholm (50 y...
10/01/2019

History is everywhere...
Honoring 310 years of service to Ogden Engine and the Dobbs Ferry Fire Dept.
John Trenholm (50 years), Henry Bretts (50 years), George Keiling, Jr. (70 years), Kevin Costello (60 years),Brian White (40 years) & Mike Moynihan (40 years).
Ogden Firehouse at its present location at 201 Ashford Ave. circa 1900, & circa 1956.

" Tiger's Revenge, Aerial Combat over Germany in WWII,"  a video interview by Dobbs Ferry Village Historian Richard Bork...
09/23/2019

" Tiger's Revenge, Aerial Combat over Germany in WWII," a video interview by Dobbs Ferry Village Historian Richard Borkow of fighter pilot Lt. Bill Lyons was met with great enthusiasm at the Society's annual meeting yesterday (September 22)

Hope to see everyone at our annual meeting....
09/14/2019

Hope to see everyone at our annual meeting....

Never Forget...
09/11/2019

Never Forget...

Come to the Artists’ Attic Sale this weekend, Saturday, Sept. 7,                      10 a.m.- 5p.m. & Sunday, Sept. 8, ...
09/05/2019

Come to the Artists’ Attic Sale this weekend, Saturday, Sept. 7, 10 a.m.- 5p.m. & Sunday, Sept. 8, 12-5 p.m. at the Mead House home of the Dobbs Ferry Historical Society, 12 Elm St.
Proceeds benefit the Mead House.
Pictured: 12 Elm Street (The Mead House) by Gerry Mooney

Artist Ralph Fasanella was born on Labor Day, Sept. 2, 1914 (d. 1997). He painted ordinary people and their working life...
09/02/2019

Artist Ralph Fasanella was born on Labor Day, Sept. 2, 1914 (d. 1997). He painted ordinary people and their working life. A labor -advocate, his paintings included strikes and union meetings.
Although an Ardsley resident, he was a familiar figure in Dobbs Ferry painting our waterfront, train station, and village homes and restaurants.
Here is his Main Street -USA, as it appeared in early “Ferrymen.”

Get ready to experience some great art and more from local artists… at the Artists’ Attic Sale, Saturday, Sept. 7, 10 a....
08/31/2019

Get ready to experience some great art and more from local artists… at the Artists’ Attic Sale, Saturday, Sept. 7, 10 a.m.- 5 p.m., & Sunday, Sept. 8, 12- 5 p.m., at the Dobbs Ferry Historical Society, 12 Elm St.
Proceeds benefit the Mead House- (our Society’s awesome home).
Pictured: Hudson River from Miss Masters School, Dobbs Ferry
Jasper Cropsey, 1897

Dobbs Ferry’s Main Street Burns…On August 30, 1918, a fire ripped through Main Street, destroying buildings 91 to 103. T...
08/30/2019

Dobbs Ferry’s Main Street Burns…On August 30, 1918, a fire ripped through Main Street, destroying buildings 91 to 103.
The fire began in the basement of a shoe store and spread to a dry goods store, greengrocer as well as a tailor and barber shop.

Village Vanguard… The Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, giving women the right to vote was passed ...
08/26/2019

Village Vanguard…
The Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, giving women the right to vote was passed on August 26, 1920.
Dobbs Ferry resident Fanny Garrison Villard, suffragist, peace advocate, and civil rights activist, was elected president of the Hudson Valley Suffrage Organization in 1909, at the age of 65.
She helped organize the Women’s Peace Society and in 1914 she led a Peace March down 5th Ave. in NYC.
She would later go to co- found, with her son Oswald, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

The August 23rd issue of the Rivertowns Enterprise question of the week...
08/25/2019

The August 23rd issue of the Rivertowns Enterprise question of the week...

Coming soon...
08/24/2019

Coming soon...

The Dobbs Ferry Historical Society would like to thank all the sponsors of our 14th Annual Road to Freedom Walk, without...
08/19/2019

The Dobbs Ferry Historical Society would like to thank all the sponsors of our 14th Annual Road to Freedom Walk, without whose support events like this would not be possible.

Another Road to Freedom Day is in the history books.Thank you to everyone who came and made our 14th annual Road to Free...
08/19/2019

Another Road to Freedom Day is in the history books.
Thank you to everyone who came and made our 14th annual Road to Freedom walk a success.

08/18/2019

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12 Elm St
Dobbs Ferry, NY
10522

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Archives are open on Tuesday mornings from 10 am until noon and at other times by appointment. The Society is governed by a Board of Trustees elected at the annual meeting by those residents of Dobbs Ferry who have joined the Society.

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Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00

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*Help Support the Sailors' Snug Harbor Cemetery Memorial Campaign* The Descendants of Sailors’ Snug Harbor Mariners have been reaching out to the Greater New York City Metro Area Heritage (Historical and Genealogical) Societies, Museums, Military Veterans Groups, and Concerned Citizens, to invite them to join a Letters of Support Campaign to support their efforts to gain access to the old Sailors’ Snug Harbor Cemetery on Staten Island to honor their Ancestors, and all of the 6,500 Merchant and Naval Mariners interred there (1834-1976), by installing a Memorial Monument (Obelisk) and holding an annual Memorial Service. Sadly, the Sailors' Snug Harbor Cemetery is devoid of gravestones or markers, except for 15 remaining gravestones. The Cemetery is closed and not open to the public. The Board of Trustees of Sailors' Snug Harbor have rejected the Descendants' requests to access the SSH Cemetery to honor their Ancestors. The Descendants are collecting Letters of Support to persuade the Trustees of Sailors’ Snug Harbor to change their decision. For more information and Support Letter Writing Instructions, use the following link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1sZv5VFLNWw0HA-pW2i33RhbgVFQ6oExx
Celebrate National Library Week as well as the fifteenth anniversary of the Colonel Brown Brown Bag Book Group, we will have a special lecture about our town father, Franklin Q. Brown, or Colonel Brown as he was known, and how he and his wife, Ida made their mark on Dobbs Ferry in the Gilded Age. A descendant of Colonel Brown will be a special guest. The speaker is Walter Schwartz, former Ardsley Historian . The event is sponsored by The Friends of the Dobbs Ferry Library, Dobbs Ferry Historical Society and The Westchester County Historical Society Book for Sale: Westchester County: A History with a portion of the proceeds to go to the Friends of the Dobbs Ferry Library.
Help. I am wondering if this View could be from Dobbs Ferry. It was painted in 1920. I am trying to find out what the industry was. It looks like the sloops were there to load cargo. Thanks for any help you can provide. The Palisades are across the Hudson. I Posted your announcement on my page Hudson River Valley Art & History. Have fun - Rob Doyle.
On Sunday, October 14th 2:00 PM, at the Dobbs Ferry Pubic Library, please join our Dobbs Ferry village historian, Richard Borkow, and trustee, for a history talk on "World War One and The Villards of Dobbs Ferry" scheduled Sunday, October 14th at 2:00 PM. War trench cake, hot herbal chickory tea, and coffee refreshments provided by the Hudson River Patriots Chapter, NSDAR in memory of the Keskeskick Chapter, NSDAR, organized in 1895 (Yonkers, NY) around WWI.
Hi, I have a question. I was visiting the bldg. at 87 Livingston Manor in DF recently and noticed a gated underground structure. It curves to the right, under a hill opposite the bldg. My contact inside told me it was a former beer storage cellar and might become a restaurant or something, possibly. Can anyone tell me anything about this? Can we inspect it somehow? Thanks!
I am looking for a researcher in the area that can check property records in the 1800's. Any recommendations?
Please post information about the "Unsung Heroes of Dobbs Ferry" exhibit. I'm sure we'd all like to know more. Thanks!
THE HIDDEN FIGURES OF HASTINGS: In the late1800s, the Harvard College Observatory employed women as “computers” to study images of the stars captured by the observatory’s telescopes. Hastings’ Anna Palmer Draper (pictured left) funded these pioneering studies, to carry on the work of her late husband Dr. Henry Draper. Their niece, Antonia Maury (r), developed a classification system that distinguishes between giant and dwarf stars, and became the first woman to be an author of the Annals of the Astronomical Observatory of Harvard College. Bestselling author Dava Sobel tells their story in “The Glass Universe: How the Ladies of the Harvard Observatory Took the Measure of the Stars.” Meet Dava Sobel for a lecture, book signing and reception, Sunday, Oct. 1. Hastings Library, 2 - 4 pm, 7 Maple Street. Presented by the Hastings Arts Commission and Hastings Historical Society.
I am looking for information on the burial of a woman in Dobbs Ferry in 1927-28. Any suggestions on where to research this? Thanks!