The Society has approximately 430 Members and an all-volunter no paid staff of 35 Committee and Program Workers, 15 Officers & Directors, and about 150 volunteers. Committee Organization.
The Society maintains a museum at 92 Narragansett Avenue, a vault in the basement of Town Hall at 93 Narragansett Avenue, the Old Jamestown Windmill on North Road, and the Quaker Meetinghouse at North Road and Weeden Lane. The Society helps manage the 1776 Conanicut Battery Historic Park off Beavertail Road.
Collections JHS has in excess of 30,000 photographs, letters, documents and memorabilia catalogued. Much of the Collection is about the ferry service and Jamestown Bridge. Most of the photograph collection has been digitized, and the objects have been photographed.
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, which can be examined here
JHS has an environmentally controlled vault to house valuable collectibles. Located in the basement of the Town Hall built in 2007. It has storage space and work stations and has all the latest water and fire protection systems as well as the latest temperature and humidity control systems.