Historical Society Receives Matching Grant to Recognize Contributions of Past President Pat Lennon

The Historical Society of Haddonfield has received a new challenge grant in support of its planned new Archives Center building: starting in May, all donations made in honor of past president Pat Lennon will be matched dollar-for-dollar by a donor who worked with Pat at the Historical Society and admires …

Dec. 7 Book Launch Planned for Jan Twitchell’s New Autobiography

The Historical Society is co-hosting a book launch for Jan Twitchell’s new book, A Fortunate Life. The event will be held on Thursday Dec. 7 at 3 pm at Brandywine Living, 132 Warwick Rd, Haddonfield. Jan began the book as an oral history for the Historical Society, before it turned …

Proposed New Archives Center

The Historical Society of Haddonfield plans to build a new Archives Center on the site of an existing garage on the Society’s property at 343 Kings Highway East, just steps from Greenfield Hall and the Mickle House. The new two-story building was designed by Haddonfield resident Eduardo Guzman of DCM …

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March “First Sunday” To Highlight History of Women’s Suffrage

February 11, 2020 Events Comments Off on March “First Sunday” To Highlight History of Women’s Suffrage

For our next “First Sunday” on March 1, the Historical Society will be hosting a different type of pop-up display: a traveling exhibit about women’s suffrage in New Jersey.

The traveling exhibit was created by the Alice Paul Institute in honor of this year’s 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote. The exhibit’s panels will be on display in the first floor of Greenfield Hall, 343 Kings Highway East, Haddonfield, until Wednesday March 11.

As with other “First Sundays,” the Historical Society will be open on Sunday March 1 from 1-3 pm. We’ll also be offering our usual tours of Greenfield Hall, and the Archives Center and Research Library next door in the Samuel Mickle House will be open for researchers by request. Free, but donations welcome.

The traveling exhibit will be available for viewing during Greenfield Hall’s open hours (Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-4 pm) or by special appointment at another time. The exhibit will move on to its next destination on March 11.

Questions? Contact the Historical Society at info@haddonfieldhistory.org or 856-429-7375.

“Dine and Donate” Scheduled for Wednesday February 19

February 3, 2020 Events Comments Off on “Dine and Donate” Scheduled for Wednesday February 19

Please join us on Wednesday February 19 for a “Dine and Donate” fundraiser for the Historical Society at P. J. Whelihan’s Pub & Restaurant, 700 Haddon Avenue, Haddon Township.

Whether you’re dining in or grabbing a meal to-go, you can designate that 15 percent of your meal charge be donated to the Historical Society!

Just let your server know that you would like to help the Historical Society, and then drop your final receipt in the designated bucket when you leave.

Thanks so much to P.J. Whelihan’s for its support!

Thank You to All Who Supported the Speakeasy

January 29, 2020 Events Comments Off on Thank You to All Who Supported the Speakeasy

We had a great time at the Historical Society’s “Greenfield Hall Speakeasy” on Saturday 1/25. We hope to share a few photos of the event soon.

In the meantime, we wanted to say a special thank-you to all of our sponsors! We are so grateful for their support.

* Password Sponsor: Big Sky Enterprises, LLC
* Shakedown Sponsor: Remington & Vernick Engineers
* Cocktail Sponsors: P. J. Whelihan’s Pub + Restaurant, Shimberg & Friel PC, Thomas B. Wagner – Architect, White Penny
* Beer provided by King’s Road Brewing Company
* Actors provided by Haddonfield Plays & Players
* Other donations — and many hours of work! — from HSH volunteers and board members.

Book Club to Discuss “Founding Mothers” on March 24

January 27, 2020 Book Club Comments Off on Book Club to Discuss “Founding Mothers” on March 24

The Historical Society of Haddonfield’s Book Club will hold its next meeting on Tuesday March 24, 2020 to discuss Founding Mothers: The Women Who Raised Our Nation, by Cokie Roberts.

We’ll meet at 7 pm at Greenfield Hall, 343 Kings Highway East, Haddonfield.

Roberts uses correspondence, journals, and other writings to explore the lives of women like Abigail Adams, Deborah Read Franklin, and many others who helped ensure the success of the American Revolution — mothers, wives, sisters, and daughters who worked both behind-the-scenes and very publicly to support the new country.

As always, all are welcome at our discussion, even if you haven’t read the book.

Speakeasy Event Sold Out!

January 22, 2020 Events Comments Off on Speakeasy Event Sold Out!

The Historical Society’s “Greenfield Hall Speakeasy” scheduled for Saturday January 25 is officially SOLD OUT!

For those who already have their tickets, we’ll see you Saturday! If you didn’t get the secret password you’ll need for entry, please contact us at 856-429-7375 or info@haddonfieldhistory.org.

A big thank you to all of our sponsors for helping to make this event possible. We look forward to sharing pictures of the event next week.

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