Village Preservation Merchandise

“Save the Village” Mask

This special mask features a fantastic “Save the Village” graffiti image taken by iconic photographer Fred W. McDarrah.

Greenwich Village Historic District 50th Tote Bag

Celebrate the Greenwich Village Historic District and receive this magical carryall & all of the benefits of being a member of Village Preservation.
Map art by Barbara Macfarlane, represented by Rebecca Hossack Gallery.

Doors of Greenwich Village I Poster

Pick the first of our full-color, 18×24 posters of the Doors of Greenwich Village by local photographer Carole Teller and friends (second poster below). Unframed. Cost includes shipping, please allow two weeks for delivery.

Doors of Greenwich Village II Poster

Here’s the second of our full-color, 18×24 posters of the Doors of Greenwich Village by local photographer Carole Teller and friends (first poster directly above). Unframed. Cost includes shipping, please allow two weeks for delivery.

Greenwich Village Stories

Village Preservation’s book Greenwich Village Stories is a love letter to Greenwich Village written by 66 artists, poets, playwrights, musicians, restaurateurs, & other neighborhood habitués who each share a favorite memory of this beloved place. Every corner of the Village is represented in the book, from jazz clubs to existentialism.

Village Preservation Architectural Tea Towel

Celebrate the architecture of our neighborhoods with this beautifully designed tea towel showcasing the building styles that are commonly found here.


Ottman & Company: Meatpacking District Pioneers

Jacquelyn A. Ottman recounts the history of her storied family meat purveying business in the Meatpacking District and the Fulton Market, suppliers to New York’s best restaurants including Le Pavillion, Four Seasons and 21

“A History of the East Village and Its Architecture” by Francis Morrone

This report by the noted architectural historian documents the East Village’s history from Dutch settlement in the 17th century, to its development in the 19th century as a prosperous merchant burg and then immigrant gateway, to its evolution in the 20th century as an epicenter of abandonment and blight to a mecca for cultural innovation and rebirth, and its struggle in the 21st century to maintain its identity in the face of renewed popularity and success. This vibrant illustrated report was funded by a grant from Preserve New York, a grant program of the Preservation League of NY State and the NY State Council on the Arts. Click here for all details.

Village Voices James Baldwin T-Shirt

Village Voices Bob Dylan T-Shirt

Village Voices Jane Jacobs Tote Bag

Prints from Village Preservation’s Historic Image Archive

Most of the hundreds of images in Village Preservation’s Historic Image Archive are available for sale as prints. You’ll find an astonishing collection of images from the early 19th through the early 21st centuries, with a special focus on images of the Village, East Village, and environs from the 1920s through the early 1980s.
Indicate image links in the “comments” section of the order form.

Village Preservation Gift Membership

We invite current members of Village Preservation to give gift memberships to their neighbors and friends for only $25.00 for an individual membership, or $37.00 for a family/dual membership (that’s half price!).

Greenwich Village Notecards

Set of 6 Cards & Envelopes featuring images from Village Preservation’s photograph archive.

Greenwich Village Waterfront Poster

A full color 16″ x 24″ poster featuring photographs of architectural details from buildings in the Greenwich Village waterfront.
Cost includes shipping.

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If you would like us to mail the merchandise to a location different than the billing address, please specify in the Designation field. If you would like a short message to be sent along with the gifts, please enter it in the Dedication window. Your purchases will be mailed within 3 days of receipt of payment. For more information, please contact Sam Moskowitz at 212-475-9585 ext. 39 or by e-mail.