The Reeve History & Cultural Resource Center is home to the Westfield, New Jersey, Historical Society. It houses the Westfield Historical museum focused on the history of Westfield from Colonial times through today.
This 1870's home is now the headquarters of the Westfield Historical Society which also owns the Miller - Cory House Museum located at 614 Mountain Avenue.
The circa-1740 Miller-Cory House was acquired by the Society in 1971. Located at 614 Mountain Avenue, it is operated as a “living museum” and staffed by Society volunteers.
Both the Reeve House and the Miller-Cory House are a registered as national and state historic sites.
The Society also has an extensive collection, stored at our Archive, and open to the public on Tuesday mornings 10 am. to 12 pm. at the Westfield Board of Education Building, 302 Elm Street, Rooms 300 to 302.
Come Join Us for Our Lucheon Series!
Wednesday, May 1st, 2013 - Jim Hewitt, Trinity Church Part II.
To reserve your place at the luncheon, call 908-233-2930 by noon on Monday, April 29th. The cost is $25 for members and $30 for non-members, including gratuity. To check out our other talks please take a look at our Lectures and Speakers page.
Please don't forget to renew your annual membership for 2013. You won't be able to vote for the Officers and Trustees at the Annual Dinner unless you have renewed your membership!
Please help us build our funding to create the Archive Building so all of our historical archives will be available as part of the Reeve History and Cultural Resource Center. Follow the membership link at the bottom of the page to renew today via credit card. We really appreciate your support! If your not a member yet, become one! We need everyone's help in order to build our archive building at the Reeve History and Cultural Resource Center.
Check out coverage of our membership drive on the Patch.