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The Historical Committee is comprised of volunteers who convene regularly to discuss matters of historical interest and importance to the Borough. The group has participated in letter-writing campaigns to support the preservation of Blauvelt Mansion, in addition to attending Mayor and Council meetings and advocating for the preservation of Oradell's historical artifacts and landmarks.
The committee meets at Borough Hall (Room 201) on the fourth Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m. No meetings are held in July, August or December. Meetings are open to the public and new members are always welcome.
Robert McConnell chairs the committee. Councilman Stephen Carnevale serves as the Council liaison. George Carter is the Borough Historian/Archivist and Sam Tripsas is the Associate Historian.
Click below to view a photographic archive of Oradell's history, curated by George Carter. To view more historic photographs of Oradell (including individual house pictures) or to learn more about local history, residents can make an appointment to visit Oradell Free Public Library's Local History Room .
Click below for additional local history information.