The East Brunswick Historical Society

The East Brunswick Historical Society The East Brunswick Historical Society is dedicated to preserving and presenting the social, cultural


Estelle Goldsmith moved to East Brunswick from New York City in 1957 and had the vision that the cultural amenities found in the city should be part of suburban life. She dedicated over 60 years volunteering to preserve the culture, the history and the arts that is East Brunswick. She strives to foster awareness and appreciation of the arts in the community and enrich the lives of her neighbors. Through the EB Arts Council she brought world-renowned music and dance artists to the community and later established the EB Arts Commission which she served as president since 1970. Estelle served on many capacities in organization such as the EB Historical Society, and EB Museum Corporation. She is an extraordinary woman of East Brunswick through her vision and selfless dedication to enriching this community.

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Two Guys parking lot on Route 18 - December 1972 (from the collection of the East Brunswick Museum).


Oct. 12 is National Farmer's Day. A time where Americans give special thanks to the 2 percent of the population who feeds and sustains the rest of us.


Attention, all New Jersey graphic designers and artists! The New Jersey Historical Commission and Crossroads of the American Revolution National Heritage Area seek a signature logo to embody Revolution NJ, New Jersey’s initiative to commemorate the 250th anniversary (or Semiquincentennial) of the United States in 2026.

The winning logo design will receive a $1,500 cash prize. The deadline for submission is 3:00 p.m. on Monday, November 25, 2019. Check out the Call for Designs today to learn more:


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Ethan Reiss, co-author of "East Brunswick Through The Years., speaks at the library and on Zoom on Wednesday, May 18. Check out this article for more information.

This event is co-sponsored by the East Brunswick Museum and The East Brunswick Historical Society.
Every woman has a story to tell and gifts to share. This month we celebrate the women of East Brunswick. East Brunswick Museum The East Brunswick Historical Society Jeanie Bryson Heather O'Reilly