Over the past 30 years, Ketcham Inn Foundation, Inc. has had the privileged to receive significant household objects through the generosity of many families and supporters for the interior restoration. The following is a brief collection of objects we have received.
The collections committee encourages the donation of family household objects and furniture dating from 1693 to 1900 from the Terrell, Havens, Terry, and Ketcham families as well as other Long Island families from this time period.

The family of Steve and Ellen Bucci and Audrey Mondiks donated this portrait of John Syms Havens, 1796-1864, descendant of Jeremiah Havens and Mehitable Browns, husband of Nancy Floyds Smith, and father of Joseph Conklin Havens (family that owned most of East Moriches). 

Colonial Era writing desk donated by 
historian Bev Tyler from 
Bev's mothers estate in Stony Brook.

Diane and Terry Ketcham donated two 
18th century latterback rush seat chairs 
to the restoration of the interior, 
Terry Ketcham Inn

Revolutionary War Musket Donated by June (Howell) and Ken Sexton for the Ketcham Inn Museum Interior Restoration  

Donated by Derek and Erin of A-1 Mobile Glass inc. for the Ketcham Inn Museum Interior Restoration  
Handmade Coverlet donated from the estate of Edward Deguardia for the Ketcham Inn Museum Interior Restoration
Victorian Stepback Cupboard
Donor: Morgan MacWhinnie, 2011
Federal Mahogany Pedestal Sewing Stand Associated with William Floyd Estate
Donor: Anonymous, June 2010
Dongan Line Stone Marker (1693)
Donor: Belle Bernstein, 2005 

19th Century Chest retaining signatures of the members of the Jagger family
Donor: Morgan MacWhinnie, 2010

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