Being a representation in text and photographs of places
and events relating to Crestwood history as contained in
the archives of the Crestwood Historical Society
CRESTWOOD HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Thanks to all for making 2013 a very special year!
Some of what is in store for our 2014
Westchester County Parks during the two World
Wars; An historical exploration of the
development of our American Flag, “Old Glory”;
A fascinating tutorial on how to research the
genealogy of your home; An “exposé” of the true
history: How Yonkers Park became Crestwood,
nefarious characters included.
The Crestwood Historical Society is a
volunteer-run member organization whose
meeetings are open to all (contribuitions
accepted). You participation is welcome and
For info or to join email: CrestwoodHist@aol.com
The CHS meets at the Crestwood Library on Thompson Street
CONNECT WITH CRESTWOOD!
Follow the CRESTWOOD COMMUNITY FORUM Link below!
The Crestwood Historical Society has been collecting and preserving the
history of Crestwood for generations past, present and future. Put
yourself in this picture and connect with Crestwood's people and their
story. You'll find there's a lot to discover...
Eleanor Powell... Sherwood
Farm... Bronx River Parkway...
Francis Asbury... Crestwood
Station... Art Carney...
Stanford White... The
Pendray... St. Eleanora 's
Home... Crestwood Library...
Norman Rockwell ... Yonkers
Park... Troublesome Brook...
Crestwood is well-known for all
of these things, but its best
treasures are its people.
The Crestwood Historical
Society celebrates with our
fellow citizens and visitors the
evolving cultural heritage of
the people of Yonkers'
Crestwood region. Through
interpretations and personal
stories of our history, we
honor the community's
memory of the past and
prepare for the future
This site is a "work in progress" and
as time and volunteer efforts
permit, it will continue to change and
grow - please bookmark this site
and check back with us often for
Crestwood/New York: Local
UNITED WE STAND !
One of the many "beautiful people"
that called Crestwood "Home"
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Crestwoodians past and
present in our NEW FORUM