Sources for Further Study of White Plains

Listed are sources from White Plains, New York: A City of Contrasts:

Online Internet Sources:

Places for Research:

  • Local History Collection and Archives at White Plains Library
  • Westchester Historical Society and Westchester County Archives located  in Elmsford
  • Rye Historic Society

 

Books to Read:

  • Yesterday in White Plains (1981) by Renoda Hoffman
  • Buckout (2018) Eric Pleska
  • It Happened in Old White Plains (1989) by Renoda Hoffman
  • The Changing Face of White Plains (1994) by Renoda Hoffman
  • The Battle of White Plains (1991) by Renoda Hoffman
  • Historic White Plains by Thomas Rösch (1976)
  • The Jews of Westchester, A Social History by Baila R. Shargel and Harold L. Drimmer (1994)
  • Native New Yorkers, The Legacy of the Algonquin People of New York by Evan T Pritchard (2002)
  • On the Streets Where We Lived, A Pictorial Study of African Americans Living in White Plains, New York From the Beginning of the Twentieth Century by Harold A. Esannason (2011)
  • Westchester: The American Suburb edited by Roger Panetta
  • Cemeteries of Westchester by Patrick Rafferty (2011)
  • The Westchester Historian- Under the Apple Tree: The History of Golf in Westchester County by Dr William Quirin (Summer 2009)
  • Franklin Mile Markers on the Old Post Rd: by Cahal Whelan (2015)