Historical Society

Lempster’s Lindholm Family Lecture

Mission Statement:

Our mission shall be to bring together people who are interested in history, especially the history of Lempster, New Hampshire.  The Society will endeavor to preserve Lempster’s historic buildings, sites, and artifacts.  Our mission includes the collection of materials which may help to illustrate the history of the town, the area, its settlement, development, population, and progress.  The Lempster Historical Society is a 501c-3 tax exempt entity. Our funding comes from the collection of membership dues, fundraising activities, and donations.  We do not accept tax dollars from the Town.  The Society owns an d operates out of History Hall at 4 Second NH Turnpike, where we maintain a small museum, archives room and social/meeting rooms.  We also own the historic one-room school building on Dodge Hollow Road.

Meetings are on the 4th Thursday of the month at 6:30 PM at History Hall as follows:

Board of Directors business meetings are every alternate month beginning in February.

Members meetings are every alternate month beginning in March.

We welcome anyone who wishes to visit or join the Society to attend any of these meetings.

Officers:

Roger Kieffer, President

Robert Cilley, Vice President

Pat McCabe, Secretary

Janice Baker, Treasurer

Linda Murgatroy, Historian Editor

Laura Pinkney, Archivist  603-863-8180

Lempster Meeting House from a 1909 postcard