Queens Historical Society

143-35 37th Avenue
NY 11354

Queens Historical Society

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The Queens Historical Society (QHS) is dedicated to preserving the history of Queens through educational programs, exhibitions and its role as a local history research center. The Society publishes a quarterly newsletter and offers a regular series of lectures, programs and slide presentations on subjects relating to Queens and its history. In addition, the Society cooperates closely with and serves as a resource for local preservation groups and historical societies throughout Queens and the City of New York.

The Society also acts as a local history research center and museum, maintaining an excellent collection of varied objects pertaining to the history of Queens. By appointment, researchers may peruse the Society's valuable library of primary and secondary source materials (including maps, atlases, manuscripts, photographs, family papers and ephemera) covering every chapter of the over 300-year-old history of Queens.

(718) 939-0647
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