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Every item in the collection is designated as reference material and may not leave the room. There are pencils and scrap paper available. You can ask the librarian for permission to photocopy items.
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Notable Print Books in the Collection
The American Campaigns of Rochambeau's Army
Recreates the campaigns Rochhambeau's Army and recaptures the exciting response of young officers to this great adventure.
Chronicles of the Hudson Roland Van Zant
A recorded journey of the Hudson River through life and history as seen and recorded by travelers over three hundred years.
Manna-Hattin: The Story of New York The story of the development of the city which today is the acknowledged commercial metropolis of the world.
Miracle at Sing Sing Ralph Blumenthal In 1919, Lewis E. Lawes moved his wife and young daughters into the warden's mansion at Sing Sing prison. They shared a yard with 1, 096 of the toughest inmates in the world-murderers, rapists, and thieves who Lawes alone believed capable of redemption.
The Putnam Division New York Central's Bygone Route through Westchester County
Daniel Gallo and Frederick Kramer Fascinating history of the New York Central's Putnam Division which carried freight and passengers through Westchester County for decades. Covers construction, operation, years of independence, takeover by the NYC, the gradual decline and eventual abandonment. Illustrated throughout with black and white photos from both the steam and diesel eras, maps and timetables.
The Peaceable Kingdom of Hartsdale
Author Edward C. Martin, III brings together unique photos and stories from the lives of over 100,000 pets and people who have entered the gates of Hartsdale over the last century. Regardless of differences in generations or social standing, they all express a deep sense of connection with their departed animal friends, as reflected in the variety of inspired inscriptions on memorials here.
Full of photos and reminiscences of Irvington and its people from 1682 through the 1960’s,