Westfield Historical Society

Where Yesterday and Today Meet the Future


Westfield Historical Society Reeve History and Cultural Resource Center

314 Mountain Avenue Westfield, NJ 07090

Tel: (908) 654-1794


Archive located at:

302 Elm Street, Westfield, NJ

Board of Education Building - 3rd Floor

Hours: 

Tuesday 10am-12 pm 

or by Appointment


Reeve House Tours by Appointment July to September

September to June: 

First 2 Sundays of the month



2015 Membership Levels:

$350 - "1664 Society"

$250 - "1720 Society"

$150 - "1794 Society"

$125 - "Sponsor"

$75 -   "Patron"

$60 -   "Business"

$35 -   "Family"

$25 -   "Individual"

Please follow the link below and complete the appropriate level in the "Other" field.


















The Historical Society of Westfield New Jersey was created in 1968 by a group of citizens interested in history and preservation.


We have restored the Reeve House, at 314 Mountain Ave, as headquarters for the Society and the future home of the Archives.  We are in the process of making the site a History and Cultural Center, with public access to the Archive Collection. The Society has embarked on a fund-raising campaign to continue the restoration of the house and construct a new Archive building, constructed a carriage house where the Archives will be displayed and presented to the public as a research center.  


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 Miller -Cory House Museum volunteers.


Both the Reeve House and the Miller-Cory House are a registered as a national and state historic sites.


The Society also has an extensive collection, currently stored at our Archive, and open to the public at the Westfield Board of Education Building,  302 Elm Street, Rooms 300 to 302. Please call (908)-654-1794 for times and dates when the Archive is open.

In the event that you cannot attend in person, please visit our virtual tour website which gives you a glimpse of the historical treasures available at the Reeve History and Cultural Resource Center.