PHPS is located at 17 Maple Avenue,
Portville, N.Y. We are co-located with
the Chestnut Hill Cemetery Association.
Our office is open Thursdays from
10am to 4pm from May to September
Another way to reach us throughout the
year is to send us a message. Please
Contact Us or email
your contact information. All inquiries
will be promptly answered.
|The Portville Historical and Preservation Society
|17 Maple Avenue
Portville, NY 14770
Portville, New York
The Portville Historical and Preservation Society is a non-profit organization that was established in
1986, in response to a renewed interest in the preservation of Portville's past. The Regents of the State
of New York acknowledged our organization with a Provisional Charter on December 11, 1987, and
later, with an Absolute Charter in 2000.
Our Society seeks to promote an awareness and pride in the community's heritage that will ensure its
preservation for future generations. Our main focus is collecting, preserving, and exhibiting historic
materials, pertinent to the social and cultural development of the Town and Village of Portville, New
York, and surrounding areas. We also sponsor programs of historical relevance, maintain an office for
research assistance and displays, and produce our own publications. In 2001, we added the
preservation of local historic sites to our Charter.
Ultimately, our hope is that we can assist others in the understanding of the customs, traditions,
attitudes, and lifestyles that shaped our rural community from 1800 to the present.
|Mary Frair Kichman, Trustee,
and husband Matt Kichman
|Cindy Keeley, President|
|Gail Feuchter, Vice President|
|Ronda Pollock, Secretary|
|Bob Fairbanks, Treasurer|
|Terri Batt, Curator|
|Current Board of Trustees
Officers and Trustees
|Terri Batt, Curator and Trustee
|Trustees Phil Smith and Bill Anderson
|Ronda Pollock, PHPS Founder and Secretary
|Trustees Becky Mayo and Terri Batt
President and Webmaster
This page was last updated on 08-13-15