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The work of the Society, the upkeep of the building and grounds require funds.
Donations of $100 or more will be recognized by a plaque listing in our entry hall.

However, no donation is too small and all funds will be put to good use!

The Long Beach Historical Society is recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) educational organization. All donations are tax exempt to the extent permitted by law.

The Gift Shop at the Musuem

 

Our Newest Addition!

"Rebuilding the Boardwalk — Bruised, Not Broken" coffee mug. Fine white ceramic mug, dishwasher safe, only $5, while supplies last! Call the museum to order yours today... or stop by during museum hours.Long Beach NY Bruised Not Broken Coffee Mug

Our gift shop has a wonderful selection Long Beach memorabilia, books about the history of Long Beach and the south shore of Long Island, limited edition posters, and much more. Gift certificates are also available.

The shop is open open during regular museum hours and all events.

Members receive a 10% Discount!

The shop is located at the Long Beach Historical Museum, 226 W. Penn Street (between Laurelton and Magnolia Blvds.) Long Beach, NY 11561-0286.

 

Order books from the Museum



Images of America Long BeachImages of America Long Beach


$22.00 - Add $3.00 for shipping and handling.

To order click here

 

 

 

Jackson BookScoundrels By the Sea

$23.00 - Add $3.00 for shipping and handling.

Scoundrels By the Sea describes a rogues gallery of "Long Beach politicians, swindlers, bootleggers and worse." From the days of Senator Reynolds to the rogues of today, author Paul Jackson tells their stories against the rich background of the city's history. As was his Our Town, Our Time, this book is certain to be a sellout, so don't miss this opportunity to get a signed copy for yourself or for gifts. Paul Jackson is the author of Our Town, Our Time: Long Beach, L.I. in the 1930's and WWII. He was the editor and publisher of Long Island Independent, a Long Beach weekly newspaper, on the staff of The New York Herald Tribune and Esquire magazine and was the longtime travel editor of The New York Post.

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