Nutley Historical Society
and Museum

65 Church Street
Nutley N.J. 07110

The Nutley Historical Society is a not-for-profit
organization dedicated to serve the educational,
cultural and historical needs of our community.

Founded March 5, 1945


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Kingsland Manor

Van Riper Trust


Mark Your 2016 Calendars

Thursday June 2nd 6:30 - 8:30 PM: Ice Cream Social

Sunday October 16th 1-3 PM: Pumpkin Festival

Thursday December 8th: Christmas Party

Benefits of Nutley Historical Society Membership

As a member, you and your family are welcome to participate in any or all of our upcoming events. Nutley Historical Society members have the benefit of renting our meeting room at the museum mat a reduced and very affordable rate.

When you join or renew your membership, the Nutley Historical Society  will be able to continue and expand our work t bring you interesting, informational and fun programs throughout the year. By making our history available and known to those who visit the museum, we can continue to move forward by knowing about and appreciating our past. We can only accomplish this with your help.

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 Rent the Nutley Museum facilities for your event

Call Kerry Flynn, caretaker, to rent the hall, 973-667-1528

Seating for up to 70 people. Save time, download forms:

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Museum tours available upon request
Call 973-667-1528, or Nancy at 973-235-0773

The Ann A. Troy Gallery-Nutley Museum is open four times a year, and tours are available on request.

A History of Nutley in 27 Objects

Nutley Stories Bring Past To Life

NHS To Mark 70 Years

Museum Discoveries Open Door To Past

Events held at the Nutley Museum, 65 Church Street, Nutley, unless otherwise noted.

Know Your Town, Nutley: Early History

By Jesse K. Bartel

The natural wilderness which was once Nutley was first disturbed by the tread of the Lenape Indians on their eastward migration from the west of the Mississippi...

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Excerpted from Early History by Jesse K. Bartel
in 1949's Know Your Town NUTLEY New Jersey - prepared as a community service by the League of Women Voters of the Nutley Area.

Nutley Historical Society joins in honoring local man killed in action in American War of Independence.

Descendant of Revolutionary War soldier visits Nutley, Belleville 

Vreeland Homestead

226 Chestnut Street

The Junior Woman's Club of Nutley used the house for its functions from 1912 to 2012. The Vreeland House recently changed hands when the Junior Woman's Club of Nutley turned over the property to the township of Nutley, N.J., in May 2012. The town placed oversight of the 200-plus year-old house in the hands of the Nutley Historical Society which will inventory the parts, parcel and frame the artifacts in the historical sense.

Camp Nutley - hat on display in Ann A. Troy Gallery of Nutley Museum

Camp Nutley - The Army Base

Plaque dedication, historical talk
See layouts and more about the Cold War era, 1952 to 1957, when the U.S. Army had antiaircraft gun bases in Nutley to defend the George Washington Bridge from aerial attack.

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