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Friday, August 28, 2015 (856) 935-5004 | 79-83 Market Street, Salem NJ 08079 | Email Us




Business & Corporate Membership

Cowtown Rodeo
Kates Realty LLC
Farmers Mutual of Salem County
Harvest Community Bank
Henry D. Young, Inc.
Insurance Agency
Lippincott Insurance Agency
Mannington Mills, Inc.
Pole Tavern Equipment Sales Corp.
The Denn House
Warner & Company, CPA’s


 The Salem County Historical Society's Alexander Grant Mansion House (1721) and the Josephine Jaquett Memorial Library are located at  83 Market Street Salem, New Jersey.

We are open Tuesday-Saturday Noon-4PM
Museum Admission:$5.00           Library Admission: $5.00
 
Free Admission to Members
   


Check Out Our Convertible!
 
 
The Salem County Historical Society will be open FREE to the public on Market Street Day in Salem, Saturday, August 29th, 2015.
 
Weather permitting, we will have out and on display some of our historic vehicles such as the two-person runabout shown above.  
 
We will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


The 2015 Salem County Historical Society
Annual Luncheon
 
This year's Annual Luncheon will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 20th, 2015 at the Centerton Country Club in Pittsgrove, NJ. 
 
Our speaker is Joseph Grabas, who will be discussing his book "Owning New Jersey: Historic Tales of War, Property Disputes and the Pursuit of Happiness."
 
The Williamsburg Lodge
 
Our Raffle prize is a two night stay at the Williamsburg  Lodge in historic Williamsburg, Virginia.  The package includes breakfast two mornings at the Lodge, two $100 gift cards for dinner at the King's Arms Tavern and Christiana Campbell's Tavern, a three day pass to sites in Williamsburg, two tickets to the evening Ghost Walk and two tickets for the Cry Witch program.
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Raffle Tickets are Available for Purchase at the Society Now!  
Members and non-members are welcome to attend.
The cost is $40 for the luncheon and $2 for the raffle tickets
(you do not have to be present to win).
 

 
"How to Make it in Salem County: Stories of Creativity, Craftsmanship and Industry" exhibit is now open.
 
 
 


 
 The Legacy of Dr. Edward T. and Nancy B. Fogg Exhibit is Open!
 
This exhibit of Salem County furnature, glass, and material culture celebrates the lives and contributions of two of the Salem County Historical Society's most significant supporters, Dr. Edward and Nancy Fogg.  
 


 
 
USED BOOK SALE
 
The Salem County Historical Society is selling many donated, used, damaged and duplicate books.
 
 
 
  Updated December 23, 2014
 
Watch for additional books that will be listed periodically on our website and
for sale in the Society's Library at a future date.  Topics include genealogy, history, New Jersey, religion, biography, reference and general fiction.

The books are being sold in "as is" condition, and will be available on a  first-come, first-sold basis.  No returns will be accepted.
 

 

 Internship Opportunities Available

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Our Library is full accesible.   Our Museum spaces are partially accesible

 

Take a stroll through our unique gift shop without leaving the comfort of your own home! View the many items we have for sale.
 
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