HAVERSTRAW BRICK MUSEUM 


Located in Haverstraw, New York is a museum dedicated to preserving the memories of an era gone by.   

Haverstraw, NY, in Rockland County, was once a major brick making industry.   Many buildings in New York City are made with bricks manufactured in Haverstraw.

The mission of the Haverstraw Brick Museum is to collect, preserve, research and exhibit materials and cultures of the brick making industry within the Hudson River Valley.


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Upcoming Events at the Museum


 

Calendar of events...............at The Haverstraw Brick Museum!

 


Sunday,  January 11, 2015 - Memorial to honor those lives lost in the 1906 landslide.  Haverstraw Brick Museum 2:00pm.  On January 8, 1906 a landslide claimed the lives of 19 people.   Learn about the landslide and honor those lives lost.  Light refreshments will be served. 
 
Stay tuned for more exciting events coming up in 2015.
 
  
 
 

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Wanted  -  Any old yearbooks from Haverstraw High School and old photographs of Haverstraw.   Any donations would be appreciated.
 
Did you attend Haverstraw High School?   Contact the Haverstraw Brick Museum to hold a mini reunion here at the Museum.           

 

  

 

 

 

On January 8, 1906 the great landslide of Haverstraw took place.  The worst disaster, to date, to strike the town left 19 people dead. 

100 years later the Haverstraw Brick Museum will pay tribute & remember that tragic event, with a memorial brick walk monument.

To contribute or purchase an engraved brick for the monument walk, download the below form.   

(For further details on upcoming events please call the museum office (845) 947-3505)


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Landslide Memorial Brick Walk form