Westchester–A Pictorial History
The New Year traditionally brings with it anticipation and excitement for the future. We’re all wondering, as you no doubt are, what’s in store for 2010. But this time of year also makes us reflect on our past, so we thought it would be appropriate to take a few moments (er, pages) to look back. Whether you’re a third-generation Westchesterite or a recent transplant, knowing Westchester’s history can help place what’s to come in proper context—plus, it’s fun.
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|The bustling ’burb of Bronxville sure has grown up; here the Metro-North train station in 1988, before all the shops and restaurants surrounded it.|
|Downtown Rye in the 1990s.|
Photo credits: Ardsley Historical Society, Bedford Historical Society, the Bronxville Local History Room, Hudson River Museum, GM Archives, Jacob Burns Film Center, julia sexton, Katonah Village Public Library, Katonah Historical Museum, Library of Congress, Mount Kisco Historical Society, Mount Vernon Public Library, the New Castle Historical Society, New Rochelle Public Library Local History Collection, New York State Archives, North Salem Historical Society, Paramount Center for the Arts, The Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library, Collection of the Somers Historical Society, Somers, NY, Town of Mount Pleasant Historian, Westchester County Archives, Westchester County Historical Society, Yonkers Police Museum