In 1971, the HLFM received a donation from Jansen Noyes, Sr. that enabled the construction and maintenance of a new Museum, given in memory of his late wife, Agnes Blancke Noyes. Completed in 1972, it was designed and built by Fishers Island contractor William Faulkner. This structure ably held the Museum’s collection for almost thirty years until it was razed in 2001. Only the 1980 History Room addition was left standing.