Current Preservation Projects

Commemorative National Register Bronze Plaques

On February 2, 2016, the National Park Service of the United States Department of the Interior approved the Quogue Historic District for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.

Listing in the National Register provides a truly meaningful recognition of what residents have known for many years – that Quogue possesses (as stated on the National Register website): “a remarkable collection of architecture that reflects Quogue’s history as an early agricultural community transformed into a predominantly seasonal community during the nineteenth century.”

“Contributing” properties (i.e., retaining their historic integrity) within the Quogue Historic District are individually listed in the National Register of Historic Places and eligible to obtain a plaque that recognizes their historic significance. This year, we initiated a new plaque program to recognize properties of historic significance located in the Village of Quogue, but not within the Quogue Historic District.

We believe the display of these handsome bronze plaques on properties throughout the Village will honor Quogue’s rich architectural and cultural history as well as the people who maintain and restore these rare and precious documents of our past. We hope you will consider purchasing a plaque for your property.

Quogue is unique on the East End – remarkably, it holds a rich stock of 18th, 19th century, and early 20th century houses that still retain a high degree of architectural and historical integrity.”
                                                                   Zach Studenroth, former Southampton Town Historian

Quogue Historic District Plaque

Click here to read about the Quogue Historic District and to see if your house is a contributing property in the district and an eligible for a plaque.
Click here to see sample plaques, standard and custom.
Click here to download an order form.