Cedar Grove Historical Society
The Society is a non profit educational organization whose objective is to foster and encourage an appreciation for, and an understanding of, the history of Cedar Grove. The Society's function will be to discover, collect, preserve, publish, and exhibit any materials which may help to establish or illustrate the history of Cedar Grove, and to cooperate with other organizations of like interests.
The Society was organized in 1968 with the leadership of F. Leslie Jacobus, who became its first president. Membership is open to any person interested in supporting the purposes of the society.
There are many areas of interest to volunteers including, upkeep and maintenance of the house and barn museum, accessioning and cataloging donations to the museum in our Past Perfect computer program, inventory and preservation of many types of artifacts, planning of events and meetings, sorting and storage of documents, mailings and fund raising. Our volunteer men and women enjoy work in many areas of history and documentation and welcome new workers.
Call Wednesday mornings for personal reply or leave a message at other times at 973-239-5414 Our new website is www.cedargrovehistoricalsociety.org
The year 2010 marks the 25th anniversary of the acquisition of the Morgan Farm. In 1985 Courtney Morgan donated his farm to the township of Cedar Grove after his family had farmed it for 75 years. We look forward to a meaningful celebration to mark the historic occasion