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Please consider becoming a member of the Schuyler County Historical Society and supporting our work. Memberships start at just $25 per year for seniors and veterans. We offer several great benefits:
Click the membership application button to print and complete the Society's application. Mail the form with your check to:
Schuyler County Historical Society
PO Box 651
Montour Falls, NY 14865
To have an application mailed to you, call us at
(607) 535-9741 or email us at Info@SchuylerHistory.org.
We Thank Our 2021 Business Members and Supporter Members
American Legion Odessa Post #676 ~ American Legion Seneca Post #555 ~ Nick Anagnost ~ David Bartone ~ Carl and Suzanne Blowers
BMS Manufacturing Co. Inc. ~ Andre Boutoille and Deborah Lisk-Boutoille ~ George Bulin ~ Tony and Gail Cashen ~ Catlin Camp #341
Chemung Canal Trust Co. ~ Patricia Coolican ~ Cotton-Hanlon Inc. ~ George and Lynn Eldridge ~ David and Janet Elmore
Dennis and Elizabeth Fagan ~ Famous Brands ~ Dr. Thomas Fassett ~ Charles Fausold ~ Sam and Doris Fazzary
Shirley and William Fearn ~ Finger Lakes Distilling ~ Susan Gabriel ~ Bonnie Gestwicki ~ Diane Viglione Green ~ Halpin Law Firm ~ Jr. Specchio’s
Peter and Marcia Kasprzyk ~ Kurtz Enterprize ~ Claudia LaFace and Tim O’Hearn ~ Lake Grove Park ~ Lakeside Veterinary Services
Lakewood Vineyards ~ David and Beth Lisk ~ Annette and Bill Martin ~ Jane Marshall ~ McClary’s Ice Cream ~ Dale Mitchell ~ Steve Mount Nelson Development Group ~ Vickie Perazzini ~ Seneca Lodge ~ Sidle Agency Inc. ~ John and Linda Spas ~ True Love Sailboat
John and Christine Updyke ~ Judy and Hal VanSkiver ~ Marion Viglione ~ Betty Vinti ~ John Walsh and Martha Pierce
Watkins Glen-Montour Falls Zonta Club ~ Watkins Glen Supply, Inc. ~ Watkins Sporting Goods ~ Lindsay Wickham and Patricia Schucker
The Schuyler County Historical Society and its museums are supported in part by a TAP grant
administered by the Watkins Glen Area Chamber of Commerce.
The Journal is published quarterly and is free to members. It contains informative and fun articles pertaining to the history of the area.
Not yet a member? You can still read the Journal! Non-members may purchase Journals for $2 each. For those who want to know more about the area across the decades, the collection of Journals from 1964 through 2006 can be purchased on two CDs for $20 (members) or $30 (non-members).
The Vista is our quarterly newsletter reporting on what's happening with the Society and at its museums. Read about upcoming events, special exhibits and more.