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Here are a few of the items that turn up when you search the word "Scarsdale":
- The 1940 Census Enumeration District Map of Scarsdale from the National Archives.
- Caleb Heathcote Buys the Richbell Farm, a study for the mural at the Scarsdale Post Office at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
- Lewis G. Morris' Catalogue of the Scarsdale Stud, an 1870 catalog for an auction of horses scanned by Cornell University Library for the Biodiversity Heritage Library.