Irvington Historical Society

Irvington Historical Society Open every Thursday and Saturday 1:00-4:00 Free to all

Operating as usual

Learning From Memorials to Slavery and The Holocaust-- Part 2.A Zoom Presentation, Pre-Registration is required.#irvingt...
08/13/2020

Learning From Memorials to Slavery and The Holocaust-- Part 2.

A Zoom Presentation, Pre-Registration is required.

#irvingtonny #irvingtonhistoricalsociety #zoompresentation #slavery #holocaust

Next Sunday, May 17, Chet Kerr will be doing a Zoom presentation, you must register for the event by clicking the link b...
05/08/2020

Next Sunday, May 17, Chet Kerr will be doing a Zoom presentation, you must register for the event by clicking the link below

https://forms.gle/CiZA6bySWUsNrH6Y6

#irvingtonny #irvingtonhistoricalsociety

Portrait of a village in a time of crisis. Please share#irvingtonny #irvingtonhistoricalsociety #historyinthemaking #you...
03/27/2020

Portrait of a village in a time of crisis. Please share

#irvingtonny #irvingtonhistoricalsociety #historyinthemaking #yourstory #covid19 #coronavirus

03/17/2020

Due to the COVID-19 virus, the Irvington Historical Society is closing the McVickar House until further notice. We hope that everyone will stay safe and healthy!

Washington Irving and His Neighbors: The Friendships That HelpedCreate The Village of Irvington #irvingtonny #irvingtonh...
02/25/2020

Washington Irving and His Neighbors: The Friendships That Helped
Create The Village of Irvington

#irvingtonny #irvingtonhistoricalsociety #washingtonirving

01/14/2020
Irvington Theater

Irvington Theater

Who doesn't love the classic movie THE WIZARD OF OZ! Check out the original trailer and then join the Irvington Historical Society this Friday night here at IT for a screening of this wonderful film. Bring the entire family!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkZcYMy85lY

Tickets can be purchased on our website in advance or at the door.

Join us for our Annual meeting.#irvingtonhistoricalsociety #cosmopolitanbuilding #spiropark #irvingtonny
10/18/2019

Join us for our Annual meeting.

#irvingtonhistoricalsociety #cosmopolitanbuilding #spiropark #irvingtonny

06/28/2019
Michael Feinstein

Michael Feinstein

BIRTHDAY LEGEND! #RichardRodgers (1902 - 1979) Without question had one of the most extensive outputs of any composer of his era. Having written over 900 songs with both Oscar Hammerstein II and Lorenz Hart, many of which have become the fabric of our lives. Here I am waaaaay back in 1986 singing one of my favorites of his with lyrics by Larry Hart, "Manhattan." What is your all time favorite Rodgers song???

Begin with Yes
03/04/2019

Begin with Yes

Power of Positivity
02/28/2019

Power of Positivity

Irvington Historical Society
05/02/2017

Irvington Historical Society

If there are any parents who had children in the fantastic production of James Hamilton last Sunday at Town Hall Theater. You can download the official images for free at:

https://photographybysteve37.pixieset.com/hamiltonimages-1/

Note: you will need the pass code, which is 1907 to download.

If there are any parents who had children in the fantastic production of James Hamilton last Sunday at Town Hall Theater...
04/28/2017

If there are any parents who had children in the fantastic production of James Hamilton last Sunday at Town Hall Theater. You can download the official images for free at:

https://photographybysteve37.pixieset.com/hamiltonimages-1/

Note: you will need the pass code, which is 1907 to download.

Timeline Photos
03/26/2017

Timeline Photos

Timeline Photos
03/02/2017

Timeline Photos

Irvington Historical Society
12/02/2016

Irvington Historical Society

Irvington Historical Society
11/15/2016

Irvington Historical Society

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11/06/2016

Timeline Photos

Irvington Historical Society
10/17/2016

Irvington Historical Society

Irvington Historical Society
10/03/2016

Irvington Historical Society

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10/02/2016

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08/06/2016

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07/10/2016

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Timeline Photos
06/10/2016

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03/07/2016

Timeline Photos

New Program coming in February, come and join us.
01/19/2016

New Program coming in February, come and join us.

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07/12/2015

Timeline Photos

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06/14/2015

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03/23/2015

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03/12/2015

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Irvington Historical Society's cover photo
02/20/2015

Irvington Historical Society's cover photo

A very interesting program from our friends and neighbors at Dobbs Ferry Historical Society.
02/20/2015

A very interesting program from our friends and neighbors at Dobbs Ferry Historical Society.

Timeline Photos
02/19/2015

Timeline Photos

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131 Main St
Irvington, NY
10533

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Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 09:00 - 17:00

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**Help Support the Sailors' Snug Harbor Cemetery Memorial Campaign** @SSHMarinersGenealogy 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. Some of the Mariners were famous Sea Captains and some sailed on famous Merchant and Naval ships dating back to the American Revolution. Many were just average seamen whom sailed and endured for many years on the sea under arduous conditions. 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
With historical annotations by Henry Steiner...