|Three Scenes of Irvington in 1910|
Thursday, May 30, 2013
Historic Postcard Scenes of Irvington--1910
Stafford Engraving, managed by Charles Hackleman (34 N. Ritter Avenue), produced several images of Irvington in the early twentieth century. In this postcard, a photographer--perhaps Mr. Hackleman-- captured three important structures in 1910. Both the Bona Thompson Library and School #57 had only been standing for about six years. The Engine House used to sit on the north side of East Washington Street across from School #57 near Whittier Place. The house visible behind the Engine House along Whittier Place was demolished many years ago.