The Montauk Historical Society is a privately funded, non-profit organization. Our purpose is to collect, restore, preserve and display historically significant buildings, objects, and writings, and to preserve the history and culture of Montauk and the East End for this and future generations. We own and operate the Montauk Point Lighthouse (which was recently honored to receive the status of National Historic Landmark), and the Montauk Indian Museum. We are the caretakers of Second House Museum.

Montauk Historical Society Board of Directors

President: Kathryn Nadeau
Vice President: Bill Becker
Secretary: Stephanie Krusa
Treasurer: Dick White
Board Members: Lawrence Cooke, Amy Hubbard, Ronald Glogg, Jean Ruggles, Brian Pope
Honorary Board Member, Student Liaison: Brad Dickinson
Liaison: Greg Donohue

Second House Committee, Chair: Jessica James
Second House Committee: Bill Becker, Ronnie Glogg, Andy Harris, Stephanie Krusa, Kathryn Nadeau
Montauk Indian Museum, Founder: Lawrence Cooke