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CRESTWOOD HISTORICAL SOCIETY

The June 7, 2014, meeting
of the Crestwood Historical Society will be another of our pertinent, eye-opening, and truly educational programs. Award-winning author
ELEANOR PHILLIPS BRACKBILL
will present a program titled:
“The Past is Part of the Future; How to Excavate the Genealogy of Your Home”.
Ms. Brackbill will answer your oft-repeated queries about where to find historical records of your home—when was it built, who owned it over the years, and other questions you’ve been meaning to ask but didn’t know where to go for answers.

The CHS meets at the Crestwood Library on Thompson Street.
Refreshments at 10:00am Ms. Brackbill at 10:30am

For info or to join email: CrestwoodHist@aol.com

The CHS meets at the Crestwood Library on Thompson Street

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P.S. #15 - Then and Now

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 Aquahung...G. Edward 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.
Mission Statement

The Crestwood Historical Society celebrates with our fellow citizens and visitors the evolving cultural heritage of the people of Yonkers' Crestwood region. Through dynamic, informative interpretations and personal stories of our history, we honor the community's memory of the past and prepare for the future together.

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 updates. Thanks!
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Historic People:
Francis Asbury - Robert Benchley - Evangeline Booth - Louis Budenz - Art Carney - Douglas Ford - Alexander Hamilton - Bobby Jones - Maj. Gen. Charles Lee - Lea Loveless Maurer -Lindsey Nelson - G. Edward Pendray - Eleanor Powell - Col. Rufus Putnam - Norman Rockwell - Abigail Sherwood - General Lord Stirling - Bill Terry - George Washington ... More

Historic Places:
Crestwood Station - Smith's Crossing - Annunciation Church - Asbury Church - Yonkers Park - St. Eleanora's Home - St. Vladimir's Seminary - Hothorn Acres - ... More

Historic Homes:
Sherwood House - Dusenberry Farm House - Diamond-Brennan - Fisher-Eforo - Hartmann House - Julia B. Ward House... More
One of the many "beautiful people" that called Crestwood "Home"
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