Preservation Long Island welcomes Edward Lange’s painting, Charles Jones’ Sloop, back from conservation thanks to generous support provided through the NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant Program, administered by Greater Hudson Heritage Network.
The Success of the Valley Road Community: A History of Nassau County’s African American and Indigenous People
An in-depth exploration of the larger African American and Indigenous history behind a watercolor view of a home that once stood in the Valley Road Community in present-day Manhasset.
Local Volunteers Work to Save Plandome Manor’s Richardson House
The Village of Plandome Manor is considering a once-in-a-lifetime chance to save a historic building from demolition. Preservation Long Island is working with a group of volunteers to explore preservation options.
Long Island Loses Another Historic Gem:
What can we do to stop this from happening again?
A masterpiece designed by Marcel Breuer, world-renowned pioneer of early modern domestic architecture was recently demolished. Learn about ways communities can prevent losses like this one from happening again.
Uncovering the Past: An Examination of Long Island Coverlet Styles and Motifs
Preservation Long Island’s curatorial intern closely examines its important collection of early nineteenth-century woven coverlets.
Through the Eyes of an Artist: Edward Lange’s Long Island, 1870–1889
The Art of Edward Lange Project is now underway at Preservation Long Island and aims to enrich our understanding of late nineteenth-century Long Island using a collection of historic paintings and drawings.