Collecting Our History: Long Island During COVID-19

The Long Island Museum seeks to collect objects, images, and stories about the COVID-19 pandemic to document for future generations how Long Islanders responded during the crisis.
We encourage people living or working in Long Island, Brooklyn and Queens to offer contributions of any digital or physical item that documents your experience and that of your community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Material may include photographs, audio, and video, signs and posters, artwork, masks and other personal protective equipment, home recipes, journals, and planners. 
The Museum is not currently planning a COVID-19 exhibition; however, these donations will become the basis of a collection that helps future visitors understand this historic moment we are now living through.
For questions contact Assistant Collections Manager, Molly McGirr
or Curator, Jonathan Olly at


Summer Thursdays @ LIM are going virtual! Join us every third Thursday this summer for fun, interactive activities for the hot summer months.
This month we kick off things by making no-bake Lemon Raspberry Meltaways.
Follow the links below to watch LIM’s Public Programs Coordinator, Emma make the recipe on YouTube. Dance along to LIM’s Summer Thursday 2020 Spotify playlist and check out the recipe link from Lemon Tree Dwelling.
Long Island Museum | 1200 Route 25A, Stony Brook, NY 11790

Visit: AAQ / Portfolio — Long Island Museum: The Carriage Collection


AAQ / Resource: Westhampton Architectural Glass