April 6, 2024 – 138th Annual Meeting and Spring Reception

The Holland Society welcomed members, friends, and guests to their Spring Reception, held at the Lotos Club Grill.

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Announcing Our New Permanent Home!

The Holland Society had a new permanent home at Upper West Side at 161 West 86th Street!

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The Holland Society Junior Fellowship 2024-2025 Application Now Open!

May 1st, 2024, the Holland Society Junior Fellowship 2024-2025 has officially opened for applications. It runs from September 2024 to August 2025 for candidates writing their dissertation for their terminal degree.

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The Holland Society Announces Inaugural Junior Fellowship Award

The Holland Society of New York announces the Junior Fellowship, supporting degree candidates researching New Netherland. Starting September 2024, it's aimed at those in dissertation phase, concluding in August 2025.

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#26 When did it all begin?

As we come to the end of this blog series, Jaap Jacobs takes a look at previous commemorations of Dutch-American friendship. An exploration of what shaped these events leads to the question of how to commemorate New York’s Dutch history and Dutch-American friendship in 2024 and beyond.

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March 15, 2024 – Holland Society Tour of Old Dutch Tap Room at Grolier Club

On Friday March 15th, Holland Society members had a chance to experience and old Dutch ‘tapperij’ (Dutch for tap room) at the Grolier Club,.

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October 29, 2023 – Van Cortlandt House Museum Private Tour

The Holland Society Explored the Dutch History of New York at Van Cortlandt House Museum during a private tour with Museum Director Nick Dembowski

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October 28, 2023 – 133rd Annual Dinner Dance Report

The Holland Society of New York's 133rd Dinner Dance at the Lotos Club was a notable event, awarding Peg Breen, President of the New York Landmarks Conservancy, with a Medal for Distinguished Achievement for her contributions to New York.

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On the History Channel: Col. Adrian Bogart Walking in His Ancestor’s 1634 Footsteps

Colonel Adrian Bogart, is featured in the HISTORY Channel's, "America: Promised Land." He replicated his ancestor, Harmen van den Bogaert's journey Mohawk and Oneida Country to determine why in 1634, the Fur Trade had ended with the Dutch.

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