Community History Groups
4 listed for: E - H
East Harlem Preservation
East Harlem Preservation (EHP) is a volunteer advocacy organization founded in 2005 to promote, preserve, and protect the neighborhood's rich cultural, architectural and environmental history.
We provide news and updates on large-scale development, dis
Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts
In addition to safeguarding the Upper East Side's six historic districts and 125 individual landmarks and being an advocate for sound preservation policies for the city, Friends seeks to maintain and improve zoning laws governing the area's avenues and residential side streets. The Friends website lacks visuals of landmarks and historically important places on the upper east side, but it will be very helpful in finding these places on your own -- clear maps and brief informative descriptions ab...
Greater Astoria Historical Society
The Greater Astoria Historical Society, chartered in 1985, is a non-profit cultural and community oriented organization dedicated to preserving the past and promoting Long Island City's future. We host field trips, walking tours,slide presentations, and guest lectures to schools and the public. We focus on the neighborhoods of old Long Island City: The Village of Astoria, Ravenswood, Steinway, Hunters Point, Sunnyside , and Dutch Kills.
Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation
The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation works to preserve the architectural heritage and cultural history of Greenwich Village. Established in 1980, the Society is a leader in protecting the sense of place and human scale that define the Village's unique community.