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Founded in 1968 as a not-for-profit organization the Queens Historical Society researches, records, and showcases issues that have had a profound impact on the history of Queens. The Society owns and maintains the Kingsland Homestead, a late 18th Century New York City landmark located in the historic, city-owned Weeping Beech Park in Flushing, Queens. In addition to changing exhibitions, a permanent lobby exhibition details the history of the homestead, and a period room displays furnishing and dress of the Victorian era.
Quakers in Queens
With artifacts and images from the QHS collection as well as from loans, the exhibit discusses the history and influence of the Quaker community in Queens.
Kingsland: From Homestead to House Museum
This permanent, panel exhibition uses photographs, documents, and maps, to tell the story of Kingsland and the people who called it home for over 200 years.
Persistence: A Celebration of Landmarks in Queens Color photographs of the 50 + Queens landmarks displayed with other Queens buildings deserving of landmark status.
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