Sag Harbor Historical Society

174 Main Street
Sag Harbor 11693
Phone: 631-725-5092
Fax: 631-725-5092
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The Sag Harbor Historical Society, established in 1985, is located in the Annie Cooper Boyd House on Main Street in this highly historic Sag Harbor, founded in the very early 16th century and deemed as a Port of Entry by George Washington in 1789. As a part of it's mission to promote and encourage public education and appreciation of the coastal communities history the Society holds over 500 books, letters, documents, diaries, ledgers as well as a photopraph collection and an extensive collection of artwork completed by Annie Cooper Boyd. This collection may be viewed by appiontment.

 

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