The Greater Oneonta Historical Society (GOHS) is a non-profit organization with a membership of more than four hundred, including a seventeen-member Board of Trustees. As one of the largest local history groups in Central New York, GOHS works to preserve the heritage of the city and town of Oneonta.
GOHS’ holdings of thousands of items consist of photographs, postcards, portraits, clothing, ephemera, and many other historical objects and materials from life in the Upper Susquehanna region. These arts, artifacts, and archives are housed at GOHS’ Oneonta History Center at 183 Main Street in the oldest brick building in the Downtown Oneonta Historic District. The History Center also includes permanent and temporary exhibitions and displays, a resource library, and a gift shop.
Admission is free.
The Greater Oneonta Historical Society (GOHS) and its History Center promote Greater Oneonta’s past by collecting and preserving authentic objects and documents, disseminating knowledge, and providing stimulating educational experiences through dynamic programs and exhibitions.
Marcela Micucci, Ph.D.
History Center Attendant / Collections Assistant
History Center Attendant
- Original GOHS Bylaws adopted by Trustees and Officers on March 20, 2000
- Revision to original Article III, Section 6 revised by vote of the membership on October 11, 2006
- Completely revised GOHS Bylaws adopted by Trustees and Officers on January 2, 2013
- Revised GOHS Bylaws adopted by the GOHS membership on April 17, 2013
- Revision to Article V, VI, and VII approved by the GOHS membership on April 1, 2015
- Revisions to Articles V and VI approved by the GOHS membership on October 7, 2015