Financial Contributions

Membership Gifts. The majority of the Society’s total annual operating budget comes from Member donations.

Your contribution directly supports educational programs, collections care and research, and our work to further historic preservation. It’s really true, we couldn’t do it without you.

Membership materials are available at the Pond House, Quogue Library, and 1822 Schoolhouse (during the summer). Or, you may click here for a Membership Reply Form.

Southampton Town Historian and architectural historian Zach Studenroth documenting the Weathervane in 2012, a project funded by the Society.

Southampton Town Historian and architectural historian Zach Studenroth documenting the Weathervane in 2012, a project funded by the Society. The study uncovered the early 18th century core of the building, confirming it was the original Jessup family homestead.

Other Financial Contributions. Financial contributions can be unrestricted, or directed to one of the Society’s education, collections, or historic preservation programs or special projects.

You may donate online, or mail a check directly to the Quogue Historical Society, P.O. Box 1207, Quogue, 11959.

If you wish to discuss particular project in advance with Peter Rothenberg, Chair, please email info@quoguehistory.org or call 631-996-2404.

All members and contributors are invited to the Annual Meeting in September.

Ocean Avenue Bridge, 1888. The Society's collection of historic photographs numbers more than2,500. A project to digitization and catalogue these invaluable documents of Quogue's rich history is under way.

Ocean Avenue Bridge, 1888. The Society’s collection of historic photographs numbers more than 2,500. A project to digitize and catalogue these invaluable documents of Quogue’s rich history is under way.