Sources for Further Study of White Plains

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

Online Internet Sources:
City of White Plains (
White Plains Historical Society (
White Plains Public Library (
The White Plains Beautification Foundation (
Westchester County (
Westchester County Archives (
The Westchester Way, New York’s Golden Apple   (
Town /Village of Harrison (
Bedford Historical Society (
Mamaroneck Historic Society (
Rye Historical Society (http://www.ryehistoricalsocietyrg)
The Bronx River Parkway (
Colonial Mansion Caterers/ Knights of Columbus (
Music Conservatory of Westchester (
WFAS 1230/WFAS-FM 103.9 (
Archbishop Stepinac High School (
Solomon Schechter (
Windward School (
Grace Episcopal Church (
Hebrew Institute (
Mt. Hope AME Church (
Ridgeway Alliance Church 465 ridgeway establish 1907(
Our Lady of Carmel (
Sisters of Divine Compassion
Temple Israel (

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
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 Rosch (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