• Posted on Wednesday March 13, 2011

    The North Shore Historical Museum

    Preserving Yesterday for Tomorrow

    The Justices Court building in Glen Cove.

    The year 2007 celebrated the centennial of our home, the Justices Court Building in Glen Cove. Sterling Glen of Glen Cove has donated this historic building to the North Shore Historical Museum and the exterior renovation of the building has begun. The Courthouse, built in 1907, is listed on the State and National Register of Historic Places and is the ideal permanent home for the North Shore Historical Museum. Our plans are to fully restore this building, which has been vacant for over 10 years, and to preserve a piece of North Shore history for the future.


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    North Shore Historical Museum

    PO Box 217

    140 Glen Street

    Glen Cove, NY 11542-0217

    Telephone: (516) 801-1191 — Fax: (516) 656-9725

    Email: Director@northshorehistoricalmuseum.org


    Board Board
    B O A R D    M E M B E R S
    President - Brian Mercadante
    Vice President - Victoria Crosby
    Vice President - Georgie Connett
    Treasurer - Chris Brooks
    Secretary - Carolyn Willson
    Museum Director - Colleen Yoder

        Eve Califano

    Linda Darby

        Arthur Finer

    Rhoda Finer

        Dr. Richard Harris

    Michael Jansen

        Nicole Menchise

    Dave Nieri

        Barry Rivadue

    Robert Staada

    Dr. Irina Androviasova-Sushko


    F O U N D I N G    T R U S T E E S
    Susan Challender
    John McKay
    Brian Mercadante
    Carol Nelson
    Burt Singer
    Amy Tabor
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