Online Membership Payments
You may join or renew your LMA membership by visiting https://lefferts-manor-association.square.site/.
Membership is $25* per household, $15* for seniors.
Membership includes one holiday wreath, and extras are available for purchase at $12* each.Wreath distribution day for 2021 will be Saturday, December 4th.
*an additional $1 merchant fee will be added to each membership or extra wreath purchased.
LMA Echo, Latest Edition PDF
Headlines from this issue:
Co-named Street Sign Eternalizes the Good Work of “Ebenezer 'Ben' Edwards” Way: A Community of Man - Milford Prewitt
Sandwich Specialist Brings Delicious Pastrami, Brisket and Hamburgers to PLG
Catalytic Converter Theft Breaks into PLG
Bluebird Will Be Missed: Popular Bar Falls Victim to Development
New Landmark Historic District on Parkside 1
LMA & PLGNA Partner for Fall Neighborhood Cleanup
In Memoriam in this issue:
Rose Strickland, Midwood Street Icon Who Loved Her Neighbors and Retirement, Dies at 83 - Milford Prewitt
Ansel Gayle, a 50-Year Neighbor of Fenimore St. and Mid-Life Stroke Victim Who Exercised Daily, Dies at 96
Jane Thomason, Widow of Housing Activist and PLGNA Co-Founder Robert Thomason, Departs at 84
Sydney Moshette, Jr, Who Lived Half His Life on Fenimore 2, Dies at 96
Tag Archives: historical
Barbara Ann Rogers’s excellent series on Yahoo about the architects who built homes in PLC continues. Architects of Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Part VI Architects of Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Part VII Architects of Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Part VIII Architects of Prospect … Continue reading
Barbara Ann Rogers has been posting a series of very intereting articles on Yahoo Local Flatbush about the architects who built homes in PLG. They are well worth your time. Architects of Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Part I Architects of Prospect … Continue reading
Prospect Park is offering the rare opportunity to visit the second floor of the Lefferts family’s farmhouse. Tours are every half hour between 1 and 3:30 pm. They are available this weekend and next weekend. Guests will be able to … Continue reading
The Brownstoner has been running a series of articles, by Montrose Morris, on the history of the Lefferts family in Brooklyn. Today she covers the Lefferts of Flatbush, the founders of Lefferts Manor. This is a highly informative series of … Continue reading
John Lefferts died in 1895 marking a turning point in the transition of rural farm lands to suburban residences. Breaking with patrilineal traditions, he willed his property to his seven children who knew the value of the land was in … Continue reading