Three North Fork organizations are able to partake in new projects this summer thanks to the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation. The Jamesport Meeting House, Southold Historical Society and Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Society all received grants. READ
Zachary Studenroth, president of the Cutchogue New Suffolk Historical Council, notes that the settlers in the 1600’s were quite a bi shorter than now. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch photo)
As you can walk near the library on Main Road in Cutchogue, it’s easy to overlook the collection of buildings scattered, almost haphazardly, on a gentle hill at the nearby Village Green.
But three structures on the green — the old schoolhouse, the Wickham farmhouse and the “Old House” — are much more historic than they seem, offering a glimpse of centuries of North Fork living. (more…)
KATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTO | Patty Horton of Manorville in her 1923 Ford Model T.
The Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Society held its annual Back in Time Before ’49 Antique Car and Fashion Show on the Cutchogue Village Green Saturday.
Antique car owners from across Long Island – some dressed in period costume – proudly displayed their classic automobiles.
The event featured food, music, and tours of historic buildings. Proceeds benefit the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Society.