The latest issue of Preservation Notes is HERE!

Our newsletter has raised awareness about Long Island’s historic places and the efforts made to preserve them since 1957. The current issue features the following articles:

Celebrating the Nassau County Courthouse Complex
Our New Local Landmark Law Locator
Southampton Shinnecock Graves Protection Act & Building Moratorium
Preserving The Sherwood Family Papers
Long Island’s 2020 National Register Nominations


Podcast premiere this Sunday!

Our Executive Director, Alexandra Wolfe and Curator, Lauren Brincat, were among the guests interviewed for the WFUV.org radio podcast focused on the remarkable stories of seven Black New Yorkers who have shaped New York history. Alexandra and Lauren discussed Jupiter Hammon (1711–ca.1806), one of the first published African-American authors who wrote and was enslaved on Long Island.

You can listen to the entire podcast here or on major podcasting platforms like Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and iHeart Radio. For early birds, the show will air on 90.7FM WFUV on Sunday, December 27th at 6am EST!

Trivia Night in January – Registration Open!
Preservation Long Island’s Trivia Night Benefit Registration
As you consider year-end giving, there is still time to donate to our 2020 Annual Appeal.

New programs launched this year such as the Jupiter Hammon Project, and our foundational activities that include exhibitionscuratorial and archival projects as well as our preservation advisory services, public events, and virtual programming are making a difference in the way people understand their place in history. Your donation will help us to carry this work forward as we simultaneously take care of our four historic properties.

Contributions to the Annual Appeal are separate from membership dues and are fully tax-deductible.

Thank you!

2020 Annual Appeal Donation

AAQ / Resource: Southampton Inn

In the Heart of Historic Southampton Village