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Summer splashdown

Joshua Donders, 12, and Eli Rothstein, 9, race each other at Hastings’ Chemka Pool on Sunday, July 13.

By Carter Smith

“There are two things I wanted to do,” the eminent photographer, social reformer and Hastings resident Lewis W. Hine (1874-1940) once said about his work. “I wanted to show the things that had to be corrected. I wanted to show the things that had to be appreciated.”

Hine is best known for documenting “the things that had to be corrected” — poverty-stricken child laborers, immigrants, coal miners, and construction workers and the often-dangerous working conditions they endured — and less so for subjects that “had to be appreciated.”

Many of those subjects were the people and places of Hastings, and it is in that spirit of embracing the everyday that the Hastings Historical Society is sponsoring “Picturing Hastings,” the organization’s first juried photo contest. Read more >

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5+3+8 = a crossroads of faiths in Hastings

November 1, 2013

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Photo contest aims to record Hastings history, circa 2014

The Class of 2014

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Residents sit outside 583 Warburton Avenue, dressed for the Hudson-Fulton Celebration in October 1909.