Key Benefits of Joining
Members Support the Society and Enjoy Free Research, New Articles on Clinton History, and Store Discounts
Please note, by clicking on the Online or Paper Sign Up Form you will see that our dues and membership levels have changed.
Our members support a vast collection of images, memorabilia, and artifacts that tell Clinton’s story from its founding in 1787. They also sustain this website and contribute to the preservation of our beautiful facility at 1 Fountain Street, the former Clinton Baptist Church built in 1832.
Members (and non-member alike) enjoy our 8-10 annual programs lead by prominent local historians. They get access to our permanent and current exhibits. The Munson Library is also available to research your home, genealogy, and our vast collection of original documents.
Purchases from our bookstore are available at a 10% member discount. Perhaps best of all, you’ll receive our quarterly newsletter chock full of brand new articles by our historians who cover everything from businesses and schools to transportation and culture.
What You Get as a Member of the Clinton Historical Society
• Research rights to the Munson Library.
• Access to our extensive collection of documents, photos, records, and ephemera.
• Microfilms and searchable hard drive of Clinton Courier since 1846.
• Clinton Historical Society Newsletter 10 times a year.
• Unlimited access to Ancestry.com.
• 10% discount on all books and publications.
• Membership and contribution 100% tax deductible.
“Such an interesting town. I’m glad I live here! The history is so deep because it’s such an old village. Older than Utica. My fiancé has lived here for a lot of years and has told me some of the history. I find it interesting that a village does so well at preserving its past.”
“You always have beautiful displays! We appreciate all your time spent planning.”
“I’m a Clintonian since 1970 and I have learned some things about our history on my visit to the Clinton Historical Society that I did not know. Love it!! Love the pictures and the museum. And I happily bought a book: Clinton and the Town of Kirkland.”