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   Ewing Township Historic Preservation Society
             The Ewing Museum at the Benjamin Temple House
                              27 Federal City Road, Ewing NJ 08638
                                                     609-883-2455
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 2018 Board of Trustees

Officers
Carol Hill - President  
Mary Anne Midura - Vice President  Marge Delaney - Secretary  
Mark Giallella - Treasurer   

Trustees: 

Class of 2018
  Greg Chaser
Heidi Furman
Vacancy

Class of 2019
Linda Lengyel
Anne McArthur
Vacancy

Class of 2020
John Delaney
Judy Peoples
Becky Urban


PRESERVING:
ETHPS's  most significant task is the preservation of documents and artifacts that reflect the history of Ewing Township.

PROTECTING:
We strive to maintain and restore the Benjamin Temple House as a representative example of Ewing Township's early colonial history.

RESEARCHING:
We investigate the historical significance and relationship of the various donations we receive from Ewing citizens to find the best placement.

COLLECTING:
We have gathered together through the years an extensive collection of historical documents, genealogical references, local history books, and many household articles to reflect different time             periods.

DONATING:
We appreciate your donation of:
  • Time  - We always appreciate volunteers who help with events, work with the various committees doing research and helping with the many tasks needed to keep the Benjamin Temple House a dynamic place to visit.
  • Non-Monetary Donations - We have many uses for donations of objects to the Society.  We accept donations of historic items that are appropriate for display in the Benjamin Temple House.  We also hold flea markets in April and September. Your donations "second hand" goods for the flea market help support our programs and the upkeep of our 267 year old home.
  • Monetary Donations - We can use your financial contributions to maintain and enhance our programs, research library, archive materials that protect our collection, and the restoration of the Benjamin Temple House.  Your dues and donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.

To make a donation, please contact us by phone, 
609-883-2455 or email (click below).
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