The Wyckoff Historical Society was formed in January 1974 by three Wyckoff couples. Bylaws and a charter were drawn up and meetings were held at residents’ homes. The first public meeting was held June 29.
Today, the Wyckoff Historical Society still abides by its original mission to research, preserve and educate about the rich history of Wyckoff, New Jersey. We meet about every other month at the Larkin House.
We invite you to take a trip into the past when Wyckoff was farmland, mills, and pastures. Read about the early settlers who built the stone houses, churches, schools and businesses that formed Wyckoff. Although most of the farms and pastures are gone, many historic homes remain, tended carefully by current owners, and giving you a peak into Wyckoff’s history. The next time you drive around Wyckoff, drive a bit slower, and remember Wyckoff’s past.
Images of Wyckoff
David R. Brown with Bob Traitz
and the Wyckoff Historical Society
Vintage photographs that appear on this website are from the extensive collections of Richard Butler Turner Photographers, the Wyckoff Library, the Wyckoff Historical Society, and collections of local residents.
These photos and others appear in Images of Wyckoff. Copies of the book are available through the Wyckoff Historical Society for $19.99. If you are interested in purchasing a copy, please email
Book Cover Photo: Members of the Chef’s Club at the Abraham Lincoln School, 1957