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Bronxville Classroom, 1912

Bronxville classroom, 1912

Courtesy of Eastchester Historical Society

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First Bronxville Village Hall, Station Plaza, ca. 1910
Station Plaza, now corner of Pondfield Rd. & Kraft Ave.; formerly Sportscraft; now, Botticelli’s dress shop

47. First Bronxville Village Hall, Station Plaza, ca. 1910

Courtesy of Eastchester Historical Society

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First Bronxville Village Hall and Fire Station, ca. 1910
Station Plaza, now Botticelli’s dress shop

48. First Bronxville Village Hall and Fire Station, ca. 1910

Courtesy of Eastchester Historical Society

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Underhill’s Crossing, ca 1890
First Railroad Station

49. Underhill's Crossing, ca 1890 - Bronxville NY

Courtesy of Eastchester Historical Society

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The American Professional Golf Team, 1921
18th Green at Siwanoy Country Club

50. The American Professional Golf Team, 1921

Courtesy of West. Cty. Hist. Society

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Swain’s Cutlery Factory, ca. 1840
72 Pondfield Rd. West, police barracks; now River House Apt.

51. Swain's Cutlery Factory, ca. 1840 - Bronxville NY

Courtesy of Eastchester Historical Society

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Swain’s Cutlery Factory, Bronx River
72 Pondfield Rd. West, now River House Apt.

52. Swain's Cutlery Factory, Bronx River - Bronxville NY

Courtesy of Eastchester Historical Society

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Hotel Gramatan, ca. 1920
Pondfield Rd. & Sagamore Rd.

53. Hotel Gramatan, ca. 1920 - Bronxville NY

Courtesy of Eastchester Historical Society

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Casa Laura, ca. 2005
Wellington Pl.; designed by architect William A. Bates; on Federal Register; named for wife of first owner Clarence Stedman, the “poet of Wall St.”

54. Casa Laura, ca. 2005

Courtesy Westchester Cty. Hist. Society

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Red Cross Workers, 1917
Volunteers at Siwanoy Country Club

55. Red Cross Workers, 1917

Courtesy Westchester Cty. Hist. Society

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Prescott Avenue, Bronxville, ca. 1900
Prescott Avenue, on Federal Register

56. Prescott Avenue, Bronxville, ca. 1900

Courtesy Westchester Cty. Hist. Society

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Masterton Family Portrait, 1834
Stone/marble merchant & quarry owner Alexander Masterton, wife Euphenus & 5 children – original oil canvas in Los Angeles

57. Masterton Family Portrait, 1834

Courtesy Westchester Cty. Hist. Society

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Photograph of Elizabeth Custer
Widow of Army Gen. George Armstrong Custer, killed at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876; lived in Bronxville from ca. 1900 to her death in 1933

58. Photograph of Elizabeth Custer

Courtesy Westchester Cty. Hist. Society

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William Van Duzer Lawrence, 1910
Founder of artists’ colony & hospital; portrait by Violet Oakley

59. William Van Dwyer Lawrence, 1910

Courtesy Westchester Cty. Hist. Society

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Photograph of William Low, ca. 1897
Will Low in his Bronxville Studio, ca. 1897

60. Photograph of William Low, ca. 1897

Courtesy Westchester Cty. Hist. Society

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Will Low House and Studio
Will Low’s Bronxville Studio

71. WIll Low House and Studio

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