Tag Archives: Washington Irving

A Love Story

Historic Hudson Valley Presents “Irving’s Legend” at The Old Dut

Every year, when the wind begins to blow and the leaves start to rustle, we hear strains of a ghost story called The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.  It’s a scary short tale written in 1820 by Washington Irving whose home, Sunnyside, is transformed annually by Historic Hudson Valley (HHV) into an adventurous dwelling. HHV is the keeper of […]

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Treasure Trove of History

Whatever happened to Ichabod Crane, the poor soul?  I often wonder about his mysterious disappearance so I paid a visit to my colleagues, Waddell Stillman and Peter Pockriss, at Historic Hudson Valley (HHV).  They have moved their offices to a brand new brick Georgian style building in Sleepy Hollow country, right across the street from […]

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