The July meeting of the Lebanon Historical Society has been cancelled.
SLAVERY and the UNDERGROUND RAILROAD in NEW HAMPSHIRE.
Are you looking for a gift for someone who has an interest in Lebanon history? Visit our Publications page for a list of titles that are available for sale.
Also available are poster reprints of Larry Howard’s painting of the fountain in front of the Marion Carter house.
Publications (but not the poster) are available for sale at the Lebanon Public Libraries.
Contact Fran Hanchett at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Were you alive during the 1930s? How would you like to relax, recall and compare your recollections of life in and around Lebanon during your youthful years? Folks who didn’t live here before the ’50s would really like to learn more about Lebanon through your memories.
Wednesday, April 20, from 10:00 – 11:15 at the Upper Valley Senior Center.
Please visit the following local businesses that have historical pictures of Lebanon and West Lebanon on display:
Lebanon Diner on the Mall, Lebanon
The Little Store on School St., Lebanon
Stone Arch Bakery on Hanover St., Lebanon
Simple Energy on N. Main St., West Lebanon
Ziggy’s Pizza in the Staples Plaza, West Lebanon
Would you like to have items relating to Lebanon or West Lebanon history displayed in your place of business? Contact Ed at email@example.com
Lebanon Historical Society: P.O.Box 18, Lebanon NH 03766
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