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Museum Of The Historical Society Of Ocean Grove

Museum Of The Historical Society Of Ocean Grove

The Museum is dedicated to preserving the history of Ocean Grove, recording the history of Camp Meetings, and to recording aspects of the Victorian Age.  The museum's collection includes approximately 1,000 books, an extensive collection of photographs from the early years of Ocean Grove, over 1,000 post cards, approximately 200 glass negatives, 50 maps, works of art and numerous pieces of 19th Century furniture which are on permanent display in the Centennial Cottage Museum.

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