The Historical Society of Haddonfield was founded in 1914 by a group of residents who had just organized a celebration of the 200th anniversary of the building of the New Haddonfield Plantation.
Our mission is to increase awareness of history relating to Haddonfield and environs and to establish access to that history by collecting and conserving opportunities to study, interpret and promote the history to the widest audience.
We hold quarterly lectures on topics of historical interest, sponsor a book club, and host other special events throughout the year. We also publish a quarterly newsletter, and periodically publish books related to Haddonfield history.
In addition, the Historical Society maintains two historic houses (Greenfield Hall and the Samuel Mickle House); museum collections that include pottery, glass, textiles, dolls, toys, and tools; and a rich research archive and library. Learn more about the Archives Center’s collections here.