One of the most important activities of the society has been the preservation of the legacy of Jericho’s most famous son Wilson “Snowflake” Bentley. For many years the society visited schools with a presentation on Bentley, to acquaint children with his work. Several attempts were made by the society to have the US Post Office issue a commemorative stamp to honor Mr. Bentley, but each time they were turned down, and the stamp never happened. The society has also collected any Bentley artifacts that have become available, and now owns not just his original camera and microscope that he used to take his over 5000 photos with, but also has many of his original notebooks in which he recorded his observations through the years. Starting in 1993, the society has, thanks to the work of Ray Miglionico, produced limited edition prints from Bentley’s original negatives, most of which are now housed at the Buffalo Museum of Science in Buffalo, NY. Besides spreading awareness of Bentley’s work, these prints are an important source of revenue for the society.