An update on the site’s deeper history and noteworthy design.
By Lauren Brincat, Curator and Gary Hammond, Collections Volunteer On July 9, 1880, Huntington’s Long Islander newspaper reported that “Edward Lange has just completed a handsome watercolor view of the Brown Bros. pottery on the East Side of Huntington Harbor, and includes a portion of the harbor.” At the time, […]
By Lauren Brincat, Curator, Preservation Long Island A cornerstone of Preservation Long Island’s mission is the stewardship of historic sites and collections. When we were founded in 1948, we decided that we would “acquire and maintain…collections of paintings, drawings, and prints; of books, manuscripts, autographs, and photographs; furniture and examples […]
Preservation Long Island welcomes guest blogger Robert E. Lewis, president of the Setauket-based non-profit Higher Ground Inter-Cultural & Heritage Associates, for an update on the Eato House restoration and a discussion of the site’s fascinating history.
Is your local government a Certified Local Government? Local governments play a vital role in our ability to preserve, protect, and increase awareness about cultural heritage found in the built environment on Long Island and across the country. The main goal of the Certified Local Government (CLG) Program is to […]
Preservation Long Island joins the Peconic Land Trust and others to support plans to establish a center for writing, conservation, and Zen at the influential author’s Sagaponack homestead.