SPRINGSTEEN: HIS HOMETOWN

Exhibition Overview

The museum is temporarily closed until further notice for the safety of our visitors and staff. Please check our website for updates on reopening! The exhibit will be extended through the Fall of 2021.

Photo by Frank Stefanko

The Monmouth County Historical Association (MCHA), located in Freehold, NJ, is proud to announce the opening of “Springsteen: His Hometown”, an historical exhibit that will provide a comprehensive look of how Monmouth County, NJ has been thematically woven into Bruce Springsteen’s music and art throughout his career.  “Springsteen: His Hometown” will display over 150 unique items featuring selections from both the Monmouth County Historical Association and The Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music at Monmouth University.

Exhibition presented by the Monmouth County Historical Association in cooperation with The Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music at Monmouth University.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsorship opportunities are available at various levels. Please email us to discuss how you can support this exciting exhibit!

THANK YOU to our sponsors for making this exhibition possible.

INAUGURAL HOMETOWN SPONSOR

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GLORY DAYS

Capital Realty and Investment Co.

Margaret S. Riker

Cynthia & Bill Wilby

BORN TO RUN

Asbury Park Music Foundation

E*TRADE

Flynn's Tree Service

Freeman Funeral Homes

Jim & Rachel McGreevy
John Nolan
OceanFirst Bank
Radisson Hotel Freehold

Sheri & Joseph Saker

Harry Scanion Signs & Designs, LLC

Mr. & Mrs. John Tassini

DANCING IN THE DARK

Able Chimney Contractors

Acme Corrugated Box, Inc.

Anonymous  

Asbury Park: Riot, Redemption, Rock N’ Roll

Joseph Azzolina, Jr.

Linda & Jay Bricker    

Marilyn & Bob Broege

Brooklyn Home Foundation

Builders’ General Supply

Clayton & McGirr Funeral Home

Gail Ciallella 

Mai & John Cleary 

Barbara Cooper

Cooper Electric

Count Basie Center for the Arts

Tom Curtis    

Karen Davies

Doreen &Thomas Dandrea    

Jeanine & David Eklund    

Gayle Englert

Lili Fateh

Federici's Family Restaurant 

Susan & Steven Fleischer 

Alison & Steven Friedel    

Jeff Friedman

Joseph Greco & Timothy Greco

Kathryn Hanlon

Christianna & Keith Harvey

Jill & Jamie Hay 

Erika Hellstrom 

Matthew Hennessey    

Higgins Memorial Home

Eileen & Kieran Higgins    

Leslie Hitchner    

Vera & Rick Hough

Hope & Charlie Jones, Jr. 

Sandy Jones

Mary Jo & Paul Kenny

Terri & Matthew Klein 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kroon    

Philip Kuntz

Pam & Ted Lacey    

Lakehouse Music Academy

Eileen & William Luby 

Ken Marlin    

Nicholas McCabe

Jerry McGackin

Paulette Merwin    

Robert Mogeluzzi

OceanFirst Foundation

Ocean Place Resort & Spa   

Michael Parent

Sara & Noah Poponak

Lauren & Sam Porter    

Suzy & Bill Post    

Patty & Bill Potter

Ashley & Robert Riegler 

Kevin Rogers

Janet & PJ Rotchford 

Izzy Sackowitz    

Jeanne & Frank Shanley 

Meg & Jim Sharp Walton 

Sickles Market

Sonnenblick, Parker & Selvers, P.C.

Maryam & Jesse Spector

The Taylor & Taylor Families 

Liz & Tom Thees

Denise & Fritz Thomas    

UMH Properties, Inc.

William Vaughan

Nancy Washington    

Ann & William Westerfield    

Pamela White

Nicole & Travis Williams

Withum Smith + Brown, PC 

Ted Wojtech    

Damon Zappacosta

ROSALITA

Bruce Ampolsky

Ron Bennett

Mary Carey

Charles Cerria

Leslie Chiocco

James Ciatto

Suzanne Del Giudice-Smith

Robert DeLorenzo

Denise D'Epagnier

Alberto Engeli

Alison Evans-Fragale

Domenica Goldberg

Kathy Ivrey

Paul Lubertazzi

Donna Manning

Mike McCarty

Ginny McDonald

Jack Moran

Seelaus Asset Management

Holly Stanton

John Tegano

Mr. & Mrs. Sam Tobias

Christine Turecek

Alana Vander Veer

Lori VanKluyve

Old Tennent Church by Alessandro Mario,

oil on canvas, 1856.

Painting from

MCHA collection

70 Court Street

Freehold NJ 07728

732 - 462 -1466

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Monmouth County Historical Association received an operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State.