Mamaroneck Town Center
740 W. Boston Post Road
Mamaroneck, NY 10543

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(914) 381-2239

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9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


The Historical Society sells art, stationery, books, and other publications that feature Larchmont history. There are three ways to make a purchase:

The following is a selection of some of the publications and artistic materials that we have for sale.

Images of America

By Judith Doolin Spikes

IMAGES OF AMERICA - LARCHMONT Author Judith Doolin Spikes compiled Larchmont as a tribute to her community. For this rich history, she combined more than two hundred vintage photographs with informative narrative. In it, she traces the evolution of Larchmont from Siwanoy fishing camp to incorporation as a mile-square village in 1891 to a commuter (first railroad, then automobile) suburb. She also includes the surrounding six-square-mile suburban area that shares the Larchmont postal address. Larchmont Village historian since 1980, she is the founding president of the Larchmont Historical Society and is a former teacher and journalist. She earned her doctorate from the University of Chicago.

Larchmont 1904 Map

Reproduction of Hughes and Bailey


LARCHMONT 1904 MAP This is a high quality reproduction of the Hughes and Bailey map of Larchmont. The original is in the Library of Congress. The illustration provides a seagull's view of Larchmont approached from the Long Island. Explore a digitized version of the print at the Library of Congress American Memory Project.

The Bevan Hotel

Postcard Color Reproduction from 1910


BEVAN HOTEL POST CARD REPRODUCTION The Bevan Hotel was located on Park Avenue across from the Larchmont Manor Park.

House Calls

Larchmont Historical Society House Tours
Volume I


House Calls

Larchmont Historical Society House Tours
Volume II


HOUSE CALLS Every Spring the Society holds a House Tour featuring historical homes in our village. The booklets explain the history of each home.

Larchmont Then and Now
A Photo History

by Anne Marie Leone and Judith Doolin Spikes


LARCHMONT THEN AND NOW Judith Doolin Spikes has juxtaposed old and contemporary pictures of Larchmont.

Raid at Red Mill

Book by Mary E. McGahan


RAID AT RED MILL Near the close of the Revolutionary War in 1782, fourteen-year-old Anne Mott of Westchester County, New York, calls on her Quaker beliefs to protect her family and property from British raiders when a long-time friend puts them at risk. Red Mill is today part of Larchmont.

A Century of Larchmont Manor Park

by Bruce Allen


A CENTURY OF LARCHMONT MANOR PARK Bruce Allen presents an illustrated history of Larchmont Manor Park. Thirteen acres in area with 5,000 feet of Long Island Sound shoreline, this beautiful private park is open to the public. The history includes the story of the Larchmont Manor Park Society, which was established in 1892 to maintain, preserve and protect the park.

Round and About
A Brief Account of Who was Who and What was What

by Judith Doolin Spikes


ROUND AND ABOUT Judith Doolin Spikes provides a self-guided walking tour of Larchmont Manor. The result is a "Brief Account of Who was Who and What has What" in Larchmont history.


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