Photo: Richmond Hill High School First Annual
Yearbook - 1900.
Courtesy Carl Ballenas Click here for the PDF of
the Yearbook from 1900.
Click here for selected early RHHS Dome Yearbook Covers through
Read more about the history of Richmond Hill High School here.
Archive Museum The
Society has its own Archival Museum
where written and photographic history about the Richmond Hill community
is preserved. The museum is now located at Kearns
Funeral home on 115th Street and Myrtle Avenue, and is open for
viewing by appointment.
Richmond Hill Historical Society has published several books on the
history of Richmond Hill:
Richmond Hill Historical Society
85-03 114 Street
Richmond Hill, NY 11418
RHHS website is Green! Click the images
to view Certificate.
OPEN MEETING: Friday, February 10, 7:30 PM
This is our first open meeting for 2017!
Guest speaker Fred Stern will feature his film presentation on
the History of the New York Worlds Fairs. The film runs for 80
minutes and will be followed by Q&A. Location: Leonard Center, 86-13
112th St., Richmond Hill. All Invited and Free Admission. For further
information see the Flyer Here.
RHHS Dome Yearbook Covers through the years:
View selected covers
here. Image scans of covers courtesy of Kevin McLoughlin!
2017 MEMBERSHIP: Please print-out our Membership
Form Here and mail your Form and check (payable to the Richmond
Hill Historical Society) to: The Richmond Hill Historical Society 112-13 84th Avenue Richmond Hill, NY 11418. Thank you for your continued
Forest Hills Memorial Day Parade on Sunday, May 26, 2016.
The video documentation above is a profile of Richmond
Hill from 2007.
Connect with the Richmond Hill Historical Society.
Find us and follow our events through these social media links:
Richmond Hill featured on NY1 Channel.
NY1 interviewedIvan Mrakovicic, president of the Richmond Hill Historical
Society. For further details visit This
Special Thanks to former Board Member Joseph DeMay, Jr.
for creating several beautiful video slideshows of Kew Gardens and of
our Society events. The introductory video below was created by Dennis
Doyle. Visit our YouTube webpage for More…
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and activities are made possible through our Board and members who volunteer
their time, and through the generous donations of supporters like you.
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