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Pound Ridge brothers film historic El Capitan climb

By MARY LEGRAND

This Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we salute the message and the legacy of this great American, who bridged races, cultures and generations.

Seth Low, born into the patrician world of Knickerbocker New York, was the 92nd mayor of New York City, elected in 1901 and serving until 1903. He maintained a 200-acre working dairy farm in Bedford Hills, Broad Brook Farm. According to local historian Robert Hammer, the farm was assembled and built beginning in 1904, when Low was 54 years old.

As Mr. Hammer wrote in The Record-Review, “Seth Low knew the luxury of a Newport home and worldwide travel, but it was Bedford Station, now known as Bedford Hills, that he chose to make his home.”  Read more >

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This car sustained damage after hitting a utility pole on Guard Hill Road last Friday morning.

September 19, 2014

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Seth Low and Booker T. Washington:
A remarkable friendship

This Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we salute the message and the legacy of this great American, who bridged races, cultures and generations.

Seth Low, born into the patrician world of Knickerbocker New York, was the 92nd mayor of New York City, elected in 1901 and serving until 1903. He maintained a 200-acre working dairy farm in Bedford Hills, Broad Brook Farm. According to local historian Robert Hammer, the farm was assembled and built beginning in 1904, when Low was 54 years old.

As Mr. Hammer wrote in The Record-Review, “Seth Low knew the luxury of a Newport home and worldwide travel, but it was Bedford Station, now known as Bedford Hills, that he chose to make his home.”  Read more >

November 14, 2014

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PHOTO COURTESY BIG UP PRODUCTIONS

Pound Ridger Josh Lowell, of Big UP Productions, during a previous shoot on the Dawn Wall of El Capitan, in Yosemite National Park, California.

 

January 16, 2015

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