Announcing SPLIA’s New Name! Since its founding in 1948, the Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities (SPLIA) has reshaped itself a number of times and we’ve embarked on our next exciting transformation!
Among Smithtown’s underappreciated examples of exceptional 20th-century architecture is a house designed by Gustav Stickley. Originally built in 1912 as a private residence for Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Wagner, the house has served as a rectory since the mid-20th century.
Preservation Long Island is home to an extraordinary collection of regional artworks and artifacts that document Long Island’s ever changing landscape, its rich history, and the people who have called it home.
We recently joined Governor Andrew Cuomo and several representatives from the State Parks Regional Office at the opening ceremony for the newly restored Marine Dining Room at Jones Beach State Park’s West Bathhouse.
Preservation Long Island recently unveiled a new poster about the history and design of the Custom House fence in Sag Harbor! We invite you to visit the Custom House to learn more about one of the most elaborately crafted 19th-century fences on Long Island!
When the Meadow Brook Bank (also know as the First National Bank) was constructed in 1929, it was the tallest building on Long Island east of Jamaica. The bank went on to achieve its envisioned role in promoting commercial development, yet the building’s even bolder vision for property development in […]