The Holland Society of New York

The Holland Society of New York has served since its establishment in 1885 to preserve the history of the Netherlands’ colonial settlement in the US, including gathering data and documents for social, political, and religious research. Ideas about family and genealogy are frequently explored by members, who have access to special resources such as the New Netherland Project translation/publishing of 17th-century records maintained by the New York State Archives. Large sponsorships such as The Papers of Jacob Leisler Project and Records of the Translations of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church add to the accolades achieved by the society in unearthing important historical records.

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Museum Hours

9:30–6:00, Monday Until 8:00

Museum Location

2270 S Real Camino Lake California

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