Author Recalls Untold Stories in Lebanon History on September 19 (8/05)

Author Roger Carroll will revisit his popular local history book in a program titled “If I Had It To Do Over Again …” on Monday, September 19, at 7:00 p.m. in the Lebanon Public Library Community Room. There is no admission fee and the room is handicapped-accessible. The event is co-sponsored by the Lebanon Historical Society and the Lebanon Public Libraries.

In Lebanon 1761-1994: The Evolution of a Resilient New Hampshire City, Carroll recounted over two hundred years of stories about Lebanon’s mills, churches, schools, libraries and roads, and he introduced a few of the more unusual people who have made Lebanon their home.

The author will revisit his experience researching and writing his book, first published in 1994, and plans to reveal some of the stories that did not make it into print.

The Lebanon Historical Society preserves and promotes the heritage of Lebanon, New Hampshire – its prominent citizens, special places, and memorable events – and also supports historical scholarship. The Society Web site is located at: http://www.lebanonnh.org.

The Lebanon Public Library, located at the corner of Colburn Park and Bank Street in downtown Lebanon, has been serving the community for over 95 years. Library information and on-line resources are available at http://www.leblibrary.com.

For more information, contact: Jay Collier, (603) 448-6889.

Lebanon Historical Society: P.O.Box 18, Lebanon NH 03766
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