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             Daniel S. Sagendorf

The Museum is currently seeking materials about local individuals who participated in WW I.

The Time and the Valleys Museum will be honoring the men who fought in the war and the women who supported the troops by hosting a weekend of educational programming and exhibit on July 8th and 9th.  The exhibit will focus on the war’s impact on local residents and highlight many local residents and their stories.

Anyone with WWI materials are strongly encouraged to contact the Museum so that their family member, loved one or friend can be remembered and honored for his/her WWI service during this centennial year.

Digital copies of photographs, documents or artifacts can be uploaded at the bottom of this page.

Did you help build the tunnels or reservoirs for New York City’s Water Supply System back in the 40s and 50s?tunnels-toil-trouble

If so, please sign up below and give us a little information about yourself, the company you worked for and your experience. We are creating a database of projects, construction companies and workers who helped build the Delaware section of the water supply system, and would love to include you.

Do have an interesting story or event you remember when working on the tunnels or reservoirs? Please share your experience below.

We are also seeking photos and artifacts – you can upload your photos below or contact us to scan photos and add them to our database. Preserve your photos for generations to come.

 

Did New York City take your home to build the Delaware Water Supply System?

Did you live in the former towns of Montela, Bittersweet, Neversink, Lackawack, or Eureka, or ANY of the other communities removed for the building of the water system?Uncle Delos and Aunt Edwards

If so, please sign up below and give us a little information about yourself, your family and your lost town. We are creating a database to preserve the history of these towns and communities that no longer exist. If you have a story or would like to record your memories of what it was like to live in your town, please share them below.

We are also seeking photos and artifacts – you can upload photos below or contact us to scan photos and add them to our database. Keep the memories and images from your town alive, and preserved for generations to come.

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