Good news for historic preservation policy in Glen Cove, New York! The City of Glen Cove reactivates its Landmarks Preservation Commission and City Council approves an overhaul of its landmark preservation code.
The award will fund collections management enhancements for our permanent collection and help to expand public access to art and artifacts that reveal life on Long Island across four centuries.
Explore over 100 artworks by German immigrant artist Edward Lange who depicted Long Island communities with precise detail during the 1870s and 80s. Featuring high-resolution photography, an interactive map, and new research, the website is a valuable resource for understanding Long Island’s history and its ever-evolving landscapes.
Many thanks to all who made our 2022 Annual Benefit at Peacock Point a huge success, especially the Davison family, our generous hosts!
As part of the Jupiter Hammon Project, Preservation Long Island created a digital resources site for the public to learn more about the legacy of enslavement on Long Island and the life of Jupiter Hammon. Explore interactive websites, read Hammon’s original poems, access historic documents, and much more!
Local voices matter once again! The Village of Thomaston’s Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to approve landmark designation for a historic place threatened by demolition to make way for a new multiunit apartment complex.