Irvington

Book Description: Irvington, a small village 20 miles north of New York City, overlooks the widest point of the Hudson River. The 19th-century castles and chateaus built along “America’s Rhine” have been replaced, yet Main Street remains almost exactly as it was in 1900.

 

 

Author Bio: Judith Doolin Spikes, researcher and writer, and Anne Marie Leone, photographer, coauthor a weekly series published in the Rivertowns Enterprise. With a majority of the vintage images contributed by the Irvington Public Library, these companion images honor Irvington’s past and present.

 

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Irvington

Book Description: Dobbs Ferry takes its name from the operator of a primitive ferry that in Colonial and Revolutionary days provided the first passage across the Hudson River north of New York City. In the 19th century, the river and the new castles built on its banks attracted tourists who christened the area “the heart of the American Rhine.”

 

 

Author Bio: Judith Doolin Spikes, writer, and Anne Marie Leone, photographer, coauthor a weekly then-and-now column in the Rivertowns Enterprise.

 

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Irvington

Book Description: The ABCs of a Journey to Churchill, Canada.

 

 

Author Bio: Anne Marie Leone is a freelance photojournalist and videographer living in Ossining, New York, a village along the Hudson River, where photographing the area is one of her passions. Ms. Leone travels extensively. Her global images depict her travels from …

 

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