Preservation Wins! Voters overwhelmingly chose to save St. Paul’s School main building in a Public Opinion Poll held on October 21st.
Preservation Long Island and Lloyd Harbor Historical Society hosted a special day of tours celebrating the Long Island writer who was America’s first published African-American poet.
Nicholas Vega, collections and curatorial intern and 2023 Gardiner Young Scholar, shares his research on the provocative seventeenth-century portrait of Elizabeth Tailer Nelson (1667–1734), the mother-in-law of Henry Lloyd of Queens Village.
Many thanks to all who made our 75th Anniversary celebration at The Farmhouse in Meadow Spring a huge success, especially Nancy and Joseph Sambuco, our gracious hosts!
ADVOCACY UPDATE! Native American burial sites found on private land will soon be protected under New York State Law.
Curator Lauren Brincat gave Newsday a tour of Joseph Lloyd Manor, where Jupiter Hammon, one of the 18th century’s most important literary voices, rose from slavery on Long Island to become the first African-American poet to be published in the United States.