OUR RESTORED 1816 ONE-ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE (PICTURED ABOVE) SITUATED AT HARBOR ISLAND WITH THE BEAUTIFUL WEST BASIN NEARBY. IT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC THE LAST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH BETWEEN 1 AND 4PM. COME IN AND SEE HOW OUR PAST STUDENTS LEARNED THEIR LESSONS AND LIVED THEIR LIFE BACK IN THE EARLY 1800'S.
The Mamaroneck Historical Society was first established in 1937 as the Old Town of Mamaroneck Historical Society. The Society remained active until 1954. The Society was re-established with its current name under a charter with the Board of Regents of the New York State Education Department in 1976.
The Society's mission is "to preserve local historical landmarks and public records; to encourage the study of local history and stimulate historical scholarship; to assemble genealogies of old families; to collect, assemble and provide for the display of historical objects and data and to inculcate reverence and respect for contributions of the past to the present."
The Society is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization.
Our Executive Board:
Gail Boyle and John Pritts co-Presidents
George Mgrditchian Vice President
Donald Sutherland Treasurer
Carol Akin Secretary
Michael Tripicco Archivist
Ray Maldonado, Betty Pollock Trustees
Mamaroneck Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization dedicated to recording, preserving, and interpreting the history of the Town of Mamaroneck, the Village of Mamaroneck, and the Village of Larchmont. Our goal for this website is to accumulate as much historical data in all of its forms to help anyone interested in our hometown's vast and multi-faceted past to easily find information and resources to satisfy that interest.
We welcome you and your shared interest and invite you to join us in our endeavors.