Little Falls Historical Society

Mission Statement

It is the Mission of the Little Falls Historical Society to collect, preserve, promote and interpret the social, artistic, commercial, political and cultural history of the Township of Little Falls, New Jersey; to support the creation and maintenance of a comprehensive registry of said history from the Township's earliest origins to the present day; and to expand the knowledge and understanding of said history through continuous research and evaluation of available materials.

The means by which this is to be accomplished are as follows:

  • Collect and preserve all relevant documents and photographs
  • Record for posterity the results of researched studies
  • Establish and maintain files that facilitate genealogical research
  • Support all reasonable requests for historical information from local residents, public schools, historians and other interested parties
  • Collect, preserve and exhibit relevant artifacts and archival materials
  • Develop and present educational programs for residents and students on the significance and importance of the history of the Township

Would you like to help Support your Historical Society?

Annual membership is $25 and includes:

  • 1 year subscription to The Historical Society newsletter
  • Invitation to all Historical Society events as well as discounts on Little Falls Historical Society merchandise

To become a member of the Historical Society, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization:
Send $25 with your name, address and email to:
P.O. Box 1083
Little Falls, NJ 07424

Board of Trustees

John J. Veteri, Esq. - President
William Leiss - Vice President
Mary Ann Kilpatrick - Secretary
Peggy Olivi - Treasurer
Catherine Brown
George Eaton
Arnold Korotkin
Mike Vaclavicek

Upcoming Events

The Little Falls Historical Society events can be found on the Township's calendar.

WANTED:
Old Little Falls Photographs, Films, Postcards, Documents and more

The Little Falls Historical Society is looking for any pictures, films, postcards, letters, business records, deeds, newspapers, annual reports, political ads, family trees, family stories or any type of historical documents pertaining to the Township of Little Falls to add to our collection. Items from the more recent past are also gladly accepted.

Please help us in this effort.

The Historical Society would prefer donations of original documents, however, we are able to scan/copy the pictures or documents and then return the originals to you.

If you have items to donate, please contact, Little Falls Historical Society President John J. Veteri, Jr., Esq. at 973-865-3040.

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