About us

James Wilson Marshall House Museum, 60 Bridge Street, Lambertville

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Lambertville Historical Society sponsors events and activities that promote community awareness and appreciation of Lambertville’s history and architecture. The Lambertville Historical Society also maintains and manages the James Wilson Marshall Museum at 60 Bridge St. in Lambertville.  We also collect and preserve items of historical interest and make them accessible for public research.

OUR MISSION: Board approved February 2016

The Lambertville Historical Society promotes, inspires and encourages the preservation and appreciation of Lambertville’s architecture and history through education, community involvement, and preserving and maintaining the James Marshall Museum.

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LHS is busy!  See our 2016 LHS & Marshall Museum Year in Review

Standing l to r: Michael Menche, Lou Toboz, Ursula Mento, Irene Rudolph, Fred Eisinger, Deborah Galen, Wayne Brengel, Jeff McVey Seated l to r: Laurie Weinstein, Mark Weinstein, Suzanne Gitomer, Karen Taylor-Ogren. Not shown: Matt Jacobs, Naomi Drew

2017 Officers

  • President   Suzanne Gitomer
  • Vice President   Karen Taylor-Ogren
  • Treasurer   Laurie Weinstein
  • Secretary   Naomi Drew

2016 Board of Trustees

  • Wayne Brengel
  • Fred Eisinger
  • Deborah Galen
  • Matthew Jacobs
  • Jeff McVey
  • Michael Menche
  • Ursula Mento
  • Liz Riegel
  • Irene Rudolph
  • Karen Taylor-Ogren
  • Lou Toboz
  • Mark Weinstein