Camden County Historical Society
Founded in 1899, the Camden County Historical Society is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the collection, preservation and presentation of the history, historic resources, historical artifacts and documents of Camden County and South Jersey. Serving its members as well as the public, the Society conducts ongoing historical research, exhibition and education programs throughout the year.
The Society's three-building complex on the eastern edge of Camden is one of the region's largest historical facilities. Our museum, eighteenth-century mansion, library, offices and auditorium include more than 20,000 square feet of public area and 10,000 square feet of service and storage area. Our auditorium seats 100.
The Society has received a general operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission. Its outreach programs benefit from grants and the support of the Camden County Historical and Cultural Commission.
Your donations help:
General operating support; funding to support our community programs, educational programs and preservation efforts.
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