430 South Wellwood Avenue
Lindenhurst, NY 11757
Lindenhurst Historical Society President: Marianne Guglieri
Lindenhurst Historical Society Commemorative Brick Order – The Lindenhurst Historical Society invited you to join our “Pave the Future to Preserve the Past” Buy-a-Brick program. Being part of this worthwhile initiative enables you to create a lifetime lasting memory or tribute to a friend, family member or business on the proposed path at the site of the 1901 Restored Rail Road Depot, Freight House & Old Village Hall at Irmisch Park. Download and fill out the order form by clicking here.
The Lindenhurst Historical Society, with Village Historian Anna Jaeger and Town of Babylon Historian Mary Cascone, released a book, From Breslau to Lindenhurst 1870 to 1923. The book covers the history of Lindenhurst and is available for sale at Lindenhurst Village Hall (430 South Wellwood Avenue) and the Village Museum (272 South Wellwood Avenue).
The Lindenhurst Historical Society in the Village of Lindenhurst has the responsibility of keeping the history of Lindenhurst preserved. Thanks to the Society’s efforts through the years, Lindenhurst Village and its residents can take a look back at it history and some of its historical highlights. The following are some of those highlights:
For more information about the history of Lindenhurst or about the Lindenhurst Historical Society, please call Lindenhurst Village Hall at (631) 957-7500.