Program Videos

 Tune in to CATV/8 to watch our new show, “Lebanon Historical Society presents.”  The program will offer information about people, places, and events from Lebanon’s history.  If you don’t have access to CATV/8, you can follow this link to watch the first episode:

 

“Lebanon Historical Society presents” – Postcard collecting

 

“Lebanon Historical Society presents” – Recycled houses

 

“Lebanon Historical Society presents” – Soldiers Memorial Building, Part One

 

“Lebanon Historical Society presents” – Soldiers Memorial Building, Part Two

 

“Lebanon Historical Society presents” – Soldiers Memorial Building, Part Three

 

“Lebanon Historical Society presents” – Steve Allen as Jesse E. Dewey

 

“Lebanon Historical Society presents” – Stones and Bones

 

“Lebanon Historical Society presents” – The Man from Vermont

 

“Lebanon Historical Society presents” – Railroad Reminiscences

 

“Lebanon Historical Society presents” – The Northern Railroad from Concord to White River Junction

 

“Lebanon Historical Society presents” – NH’s Role in Ratifying the Constitution

 

Video from the Valley News project on the 1964 Lebanon Fire

On June 19, 1964, at about 4 in the afternoon, downtown Lebanon erupted in flames. The blaze — deliberately set in an old blacksmith shop on what was then Mill Street — took two lives, destroyed more than 20 businesses and changed the downtown forever. The Valley News will publish a three-part series marking the 50th anniversary of the Lebanon fire, an event that proved to be a significant turning point for the city as it evolved from old mill town into the region’s commercial hub. Interviews and video production by Will Parson Music by Daniel Blanch Archival video and images courtesy of Lebanon Historical Society and Valley News

 

The Northern Railroad of New Hampshire: a presentation by Kenneth R. Cushing, co-sponsored by the Lebanon Historical Society & Harvest Hill Assisted Living

 

“Lebanon Historical Society presents” – Decade discussion – Lebanon in the 70s

 

“Lebanon Historical Society presents” – Who was who in the Unitarian Church of Lebanon

 

“Lebanon Historical Society presents” – Fire!!!! The Lebanon fire of 1964

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