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Five Islands Park - At The Gazebo

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

Five Island park is one of the few remaining places where the public can access the shoreline of New Rochelle.  The park actually enco<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/five-islands-park-at-the-gazebo">...(more)</a>

Five Islands Park

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

Five Island park is one of the few remaining places where the public can access the shoreline of New Rochelle.  The park actually encompasses three <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/five-islands-park">...(more)</a>

New Rochelle Tennis Club

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

One of the oldest tennis only clubs in the United States, the New Rochelle Tennis Club was established in 1896. Over the years the club has h<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/new-rochelle-tennis-club">...(more)</a>

John Stephenson Home - Salesian Provincial House

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

The John Stephenson House, now the Salesian Provincial House, was built during the eight years from 1862 through 1870. <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/john-stephenson-home-salesian-provincial-house">...(more)</a>

Wykagyl Country Club Locker House

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

Completed in 1928, the Wykagyl Country Club locker house was considered one of the most spacious at the time.  Members and their guests still consider the locker house to be one of the finest seen anywhere.

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

In 1898 The Huguenot Association of New Rochelle and The Westchester County Historical Society established this monument to commemorate the co<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/huguenot-memorial-usa-2">...(more)</a>

Huguenot Memorial with French Huguenot Family Names

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

In 1938, as part of the 250th anniversary celebration of New Rochelle, a plaque, listing 151 historic Huguenot family names from the colonial period, was added to the original Huguenot Memorial. 

Wykagyl Country Club

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

An interesting part of New Rochelle history actually started in Pelham, NY. The Wykagyl Country Club was originally formed as the Pelham Coun<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/wykagyl-country-club-usa">...(more)</a>

Capturing The Scene

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

Capturing more than just the scene on a beautiful, breezy day at Five Islands Park in New Rochelle.

First Methodist Church

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

Now the Young Israel of New Rochelle Synagogue since 1966, this example of rural church architecture was the third home of the First Methodist Church. It was originally dedicated in 1898.

Saint John's Wilmot Church

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

Completed in 1859, Saint John's Wilmot Church provided a more local place of worship for those living in the upper portion of New Rochelle.  It is now the oldest existing house of worship in New Rochelle.

The Cooper's Corner School

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

The Cooper's Corner School was one of the first three schools established in the area. Now a private nursery school, it shares Coo<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/coopers-corner-school-hudson-valley">...(more)</a>

Clark-Berrian House

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

Originally a one story structure built by Moses Clark in the 1770's, the Clark-Berrian House continued to expand over the years as it passed down through his decendents.  

Wilmot Fire Station No.6

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

The Wilmot Fire Station No. 6, now a private residence, is one of three remaining structures which were originally part of the C<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/wilmot-fire-station-no6-hudson-valley">...(more)</a>

Mahlstedt House (Huguenot Children's Library)

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

As part of the development of the former Mahlstedt property, its 1869 home, the "little brick house up in the woods," was <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/mahlstedt-house-huguenot-children-s-library">...(more)</a>

New Rochelle Fire Station 3

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

It can happen to anyone. When left unattended on a winter night in1910, the Olympia Engine Company's firehouse caught fire and was destroy<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/new-rochelle-fire-station-3">...(more)</a>

Lillian Gish House - Huguenot Yacht Club

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

Formerly the Lillian Gish residence built in 1910, this beautiful property became the home of the Huguenot Yacht Club after the original clubhouse was destroyed by fire in 1965.

Oaksmer School "The Oaks"

Published about 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

Built in 1879, "The Oaks" is now a private conference and health center.  In 1906, Winifred Edgerton Merrill, a pioneer in American mathmatics<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/oaksmer-school-the-oaks">...(more)</a>