Emmaus Historical Society

218 Main Street

Emmaus, PA 18049

610-966-6591

Our Mission Statement

The mission of the Emmaus Historical Society is to collect, preserve and exhibit

    Emmaus artifacts, documents, histories, photographs and genealogy for displays and

    research and to offer educational programs and events throughout the year.


Email: emmaushist@ptd.net

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You are invited to stop by our Museum at 218 Main Street.

We are open Saturday from Noon to 4:00 PM and Sunday from

10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.  We are also available by appointment.

Free Admission


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 Please continue to donate with whatever you can give to help us achieve our $300,000

    goal. Go to our Capital Fund page for more information and Thank You.

Our Museum is Handicap friendly with parking and accessibility.

Your Board of Directors

Officers

President - William Barto

Vice President - Jeanne Harakal

Recording Secretary - Albert Wieand

Corresponding Secretary - Ruth Kemmerer

Treasurer - Gerrianne Keiser

Board Members

Linda Boehmer

C. Richard Chartrand

Andrew Kerstetter

Patricia Mabus

Kathryn Pherson

Carl Wieder

Many of you may have noticed that the front of the home of the Emmaus Historical Society is under construction. This project is a restoration project funded in part by a Keystone Historic Preservation Grant through the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. The project includes the restoration of the steel columns and the restoration of the front porch with the replacement of the balustrade which had deteriorated beyond repair. The balustrade will be replaced with a new white concrete balustrade made with the same type of molds. The Society also has additional restoration work planned for the fall with the stucco repair and painting of the front and side of the building. Both of these projects are being funded through the Capital Campaign funds for the costs over and above the grant monies. All work is being completed by companies that specialize in historic preservation.