Since its organization in 1975, the Hopewell Valley Historical Society has published a Newsletter that includes well-researched articles and interesting stories pertaining to Hopewell Valley's rich history, illustrated with old photographs and maps.
The Newsletter has won awards in state competitions over the years for its excellent design and historical content. Each issue features one or more well researched articles that explore Hopewell Valley’s rich past, highlighting interesting places, structures, and people from Hopewell Valley's past.
These stories bring local history alive, honoring the people who have lived here and their accomplishments, including their fine homes, farmsteads, churches, schools, and commercial buildings that are still standing.
Membership in the Society guarantees first access to the Newsletter, four times a year. Make history come alive - join us today and stay informed about the past.
Series on the Women's Suffrage Movement in Hopewell Valley, by Joseph R. Klett, Executive Director of the New Jersey State Archives, president of The Hopewell Museum, and a life member of the Hopewell Valley Historical Society. The articles were inspired by the centennial of the passage of the 19th Amendment to the federal constitution granting women voting equality in the U.S.