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The Tottenville Historical Society, a nonprofit, membership-supported educational institution, was chartered in 2005 by the New York State Education Department Board of Regents. Walking Tour Sept 18 2008 4

The mission of the Society is to "collect, document and preserve the history and culture of the former village of Tottenville, County of Richmond, Staten Island, New York through the collection and preservation of artifacts, photographs and memorabilia, and to share this information with the general public through its website, newsletters, educational programs and exhibits." 

Our website was created to share with you some of the events, people, and places of the past and present through documented information and images from our collections.  We hope you enjoy the site and that you will visit often.  This website, along with our newsletters, exhibits and programs, not only serve to educate, but also to foster an understanding and appreciation of our heritage.  Learn more in our 2009 book, Tottenville, the Town the Oyster Built, available through our onlne store.

Our mission is carried out by a dedicated volunteer Board of Trustees, with participation from more than 350 members located all over the United States. We continue to nurture our good working relationships with other historical and cultural organizations as well as individuals with one goal in mind:  to work together to preserve and safeguard our heritage.  There is still much work to be done, and so we call upon you to help us.

Contact us today to let us know how you can help to make sure the history of Tottenville will continue to be recorded for generations to come.

Board of Trustees
2012-2013

Linda Cutler Hauck, Director
Helen Cutler

John Grzeskowiak
Tina Kaasmann-Dunn
John Leary
Carol Per Lee Plumb
Patricia Salmon
Diane Schaming
 

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The Tottenville Historical Society is exempt from Federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions are tax deductible under section 170 of the Code. We are qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the Code.