Port-Jeff-Portal-LogoThe Port Jefferson Village Digital Archive provides public access to a variety of materials in its over twenty collections, including photographs, postcards, documents, manuscripts, prints, textual items, maps, drawings, and more. In addition to its primary Port Jefferson Collection, the Digital Archive’s collections include Belle Terre, Poquott, Terryville, Port Jefferson Station, Miller Place, Mount Sinai, Old Field, Setauket, East Setauket, Stony Brook, Crystal Brook, Coram, Shoreham, Farmingville, Holbrook, Sound Beach, Holtsville, Lake Ronkonkoma, Lake Grove, Rocky Point, Patchogue, Camp Upton, Bayport, Montauk, Echo and Saint James. Goals The goals of the Port Jefferson Village Digital Archive are to:

  • unify local government, not-for-profit organizations, private individuals, and other parties in a community effort to save and share audio, graphic and textual records; preserve, protect and promote Port Jefferson’s rich culture and history
  • increase access to analog media by converting physical records to electronic form, making the resulting digital facsimiles available on the Internet
  • contribute to scholarly research
  • provide unique educational opportunities for area residents
  • create a virtual museum, supplementing the physical exhibits at the Village Center.