The Scarsdale Public Library is dedicated to preserving the rich history of Scarsdale and to making that history accessible to the community. With the support of the Scarsdale Historical Society we have digitized the local paper, The Scarsdale Inquirer, from its first issues in 1901 through 1977. We have also digitized much of our collection of photographs. At the library we keep microfilm of virtually all issues of the Scarsdale Inquirer. We also keep subject files containing documents related to the history of Scarsdale. We hope you enjoy the resources we have made available online. Please contact Local History Librarian Dan Glauber with any questions at email@example.com.
Digitized photographs from our local history collection hosted on Flickr.
A collection of images from two sources: digitized from slides collected by the local photographer Harold Haliday Costain; photographs by local photographer Elizabeth Arey. Check back often as more images are being added.
The Scarsdale Library and the Scarsdale Historical Society have joined forces to digitize the Library’s collection of the Scarsdale Inquirer. Digitization began with issues from 1901 and will continue through 1977. The digitized collection is full text and fully searchable. (Full-text)
Dedicated to discovering, preserving and disseminating the rich history of Scarsdale and our neighboring communities.