Volume I:  May 2017

welcome to summer


Happy Memorial Day weekend! We are excited to feature our latest news, events, and stories. 
The EHHS is here to preserve and share our community’s heritage.


Let us know what you think! Questions, comments, and suggestions are always welcome. Drop us an email, connect with our social media, give us a call, or even stop by the office!
The EHHS app is now available for iPhone and Android. It features an historic walking tour of over fifty sites on East Hampton Village Main Street, along with our EHHS museum hours and upcoming events. This app is built to grow! Check back for new tours for our museums, exhibitions, and gardens over the coming year.
Download the app now for FREE from the iTunes or Android app store.


Exhibition Opening

June 23 / July 23

We are excited to be putting the finishing touches on Caught on Canvas: Views of Eastern Long Island Landscapes from the Wallace Collection, 1850-1935 which will be on view at the Clinton Academy from June 23-July 23. This exhibition is a preview of a larger collection that was recently purchased by the EHHS thanks to a grant by the Robert David Lyon Gardiner Foundation along with loans from Terry Wallace. 
There will be a FREE Opening on Friday June 23from 5-7pm. There will also be a FREE Curator’s Exhibition Tour on Saturday July 8 at 10am.


With school break, young people may be looking for new experience and service hours. We are currently accepting applications for summer interns and volunteers. Have some extra time on your hands and want to do some good? We accept volunteers of all ages and abilities all year long. Ongoing projects include special events, exhibitions, collections, and education.


JILL MALUSKY is the new Executive Director of the EHHS. Don’t let her youthful appearance fool you – since 2001 she has brought her passion and enthusiasm to art and history museums in the US and abroad. The East Hampton Star wrote a great article about her – it’s worth a read!
Each month, we’d like to introduce you to someone who makes the EHHS work; a staff person, a trustee, a volunteer, a member, or a community partner – it takes a lot of people to preserve and share your heritage. 


Mission Statement

The East Hampton Historical Society serves the residents and visitors of East Hampton by collecting, preserving, presenting and interpreting the material, cultural and economic heritage of the town and its surroundings.
East Hampton Historical Society, Osborn-Jackson House, 101 Main Street, East Hampton
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