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RC Fair  Lois Segman Two IntrpretersFor many, Historic Richmond Town brings  warm feelings about a time gone by and a love for a land that welcomes all and provides opportunities for everyone.  These supporters love the stories we share and the programs we present.  Many have made arrangements for a legacy contribution. You and your family can continue this tradition by creating your own legacy gift that will support the work of Historic Richmond Town. You can make a significant impact on the future of Historic Richmond Town by planning today.

If you give from the heart, no amount is too small.  There are a variety of ways to commemorate these special gifts. We receive restricted, temporarily restricted and unrestricted gifts ranging from one hundred dollars to over one million dollars.  Call us to find out more.

Please call Teresa Rodriguez at 718-351-1611 x. 240 to find out more information or discuss your ideas and goals about planned giving.

Upcoming Events

718 • 351 • 1611

Historic Richmond Town
441 Clarke Avenue

Staten Island, NY   10306


Rosemarie Mangano Cavanagh joins Historic Richmond Town Board

Rosemarie Mangano Cavanagh 300x411July 1, 2017 - New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has named Rosemarie Mangano Cavanagh as the Mayor’s representative on the Board of Directors of the Staten Island Historical Society at Historic Richmond Town.

Barnett Shepherd named Interim Executive Director of Historic Richmond Town

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May 1, 2017 - Noted architectural historian, researcher, author, and museum professional Barnett Shepherd has been named the Interim Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Staten Island Historical Society and Historic Richmond Town.

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