“You could live you’re whole life out of that store” says Julian Weiner of the business his parent’s owned and operated from 1931 to the late 60s in Kingston, NY.
Park Ranger and tour guide Franceska Macsali Urbin has given hundreds of tours of FDR’s home, but one tour topped them all.
Recorded for Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Site.
Susan Kettner has many fond memories of her mom, but there is one day that she will never forget. Recorded in The Cube for the New Rochelle Library.
You’ll be lulled to sleep by the gentle movement of the lapping water as it hits dock. But it takes only one passing motor boat to wake you up again.
Sitting by a crackling fire in his boat house, Tim DeGroat, a 4th generation fisherman, recalls the days when the Hudson River was filled with commercial fishermen.
Bill Davenport’s parent’s were disappointed when they found out the house they wanted to buy had already sold. But three little pigs and a pot belly stove saved the day.
Bronx firefighter Paul Wanamaker remembers the morning of September 11, 2001 and the days that followed. Recorded in The Cube for the Nyack Library.