The mission of the Duarte Historical Society & Museum is to collect and preserve materials pertaining to the history of the City of Duarte and the San Gabriel Valley. The Duarte Historical Society will promote interest in and appreciation of the City of Duarte’s and San Gabriel Valley’s past through presentations at meetings and community events as well as through exhibitions, educational programs and publications and in facilitating historic research.
Formed in 1952, this non-profit society is staffed by volunteers dedicated to preserving local history and operating the museum for the benefit of visitors, including students, from throughout the San Gabriel Valley. Permanent exhibits bring our unique history alive, and revolving exhibits assure there is always something to see. Society memberships include history-related programs, nature walks, quarterly newsletter, and help maintain the Museum building.
The rich history of the area will also be preserved and interpreted by the Duarte Museum through displays and exhibits that visually present the cultural and historical events of the past. The Duarte Historical Society and Museum will also bring together members, scholars, teachers, students and the general public for the learning experience and exchange of ideas by those interested in our California history generally and that of the City of Duarte and San Gabriel Valley specifically. The Duarte Historical Society & Museum shall also advocate for the preservation of historic structures and sites.
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