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Patricia Lennon Archives Center

The Historical Society of Haddonfield has completed its new Patricia Lennon Archives Center 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 Architecture and Engineering, and reinterprets an earlier barn that had stood on the site.

The new building provides much-needed space for the Society’s archival holdings, which include correspondence, photographs, diaries, scrapbooks, maps, pamphlets, ephemera, privately published books, and more. Haddon Township Historical Society is also a partner in the building and has space reserved for its archival collections as well.

You can take a guided tour of the new space here:

Other News

Historical Society Awarded $10,000 Grant for New Archives Center Building – 9/19/18

Historical Society Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony for New Archives Center Building – 8/1/18

New $5,000 Grant Will Support New Archives Center Building – 6/12/18

Historical Society Receives Matching Grant to Recognize Contributions of Past President Pat Lennon – 5/22/18

Frequently Asked Questions about the new Archives Center building – updated 3/26/18

Historical Society Receives $50,000 Award to Reserve Space for Haddon Township Collections in New Archives Center Building – 3/26/18

Borough Issues Proclamation in Support of New Archives Center – 11/13/17

Historical Society Receives $100,000 Gift for New Archives Building – 11/9/17

Historical Society Awarded $31,400 to Launch Capital Campaign for New Archives Center – 12/14/15

Haddonfield Zoning Board Approves Plan for New Archives Center –  12/1/15