Our Mission

Morris County Historical Society

Morris County has an exciting and unique place in the history of the United States. The mission of the Morris County Historical Society is to preserve and promote the history of Morris County, New Jersey.

The Society is headquartered at Acorn Hall, an 1853 Victorian Italianate mansion located in Morristown, NJ. The Society operates Acorn Hall as a historic house museum, produces exhibitions on local history in the Galleries at Acorn Hall, and provides public programming on Morris County history.

Learn more

Click here to learn the history of the Morris County Historical Society.

Click here for links to New Jersey and Morris County historical references.

Officers:

Susan Vigilante
President

Kathleen O. Margiotta
Vice President

Bennett Greenberg
Treasurer

Mary Hager
Secretary

Amy E. Curry
Executive Director

Board Members:

Learned T. “Dag” Bulman
Emeritus

David Holdsworth
Emeritus

Barbara Benedict

Robert Donaldson

Debbie Kelly

Sarah McClintock

Brenda Rediess-Hoosein

Kate Rizzo

Pete Tamburro

Grantor Recognition

We are grateful for the generous and continued support of our grantors.

Morris County Historical Society receives general operating support from the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders, New Jersey Historical Commission, and Campbell Family Foundation and project-based funding from the NJ Historic Trust in cooperation with the 1772 Foundation, Morris County Historic Preservation Trust, and Historic Preservation Fund of the National Park Service through the NJ State Historic Preservation Office, awarded by the NJ Historic Trust.