The objectives of the Society are:
a) to collect, record, and preserve local history with respect to sites, buildings, early settlers, family names, deeds and records, cemeteries, congregations of houses of worship, local government, clubs and organizations, and other matters of significance in the history and development of the community;
b) to promote an appreciation of history through preservation of homes, churches, and public buildings having special educational and historical significance;
c) to acquire, maintain, and display significant historical articles, records, publications, photographs, sketches, and artifacts in the local history department of the Haddon Heights Free Public Library; and
d) to build up a reference file of accessible material located at other nearby locations.
The Haddon Heights Historical Society meets the third Monday of January, April, July, and October at 7:00 pm. Meetings are held in the basement of the air-conditioned Haddon Heights Public Library, at 608 Station Avenue. All are welcome, and the Library is Handicap Accessible.
Print out our membership application and either mail your completed form and payment to Haddon Heights Historical Society, PO Box #118, Haddon Heights, NJ 08035 or bring it to one of our meetings. Annual membership fees are $15 for a household or $10 for an individual.
Merchandise for sale to the general public at the Haddon Heights Public Library includes tote bags, wine carriers and The Ideal Suburb: Haddon Heights Remembered. Net proceeds help to defray the cost of our meetings and local history initiatives.