Fact or Fiction?

Although the Curator of Circus History at the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota has not been able to offer anything definitive to confirm them, rumors have persisted through the decades that an elephant is buried on Marlow Hill. In the late 1980’s Don Landroche mentioned to Tracy Messer that longtime Marlow…

Murray Hall Project Updates

Members of the Marlow Historical Society have begun renovating Murray Hall. Last year the building foundation was repaired and new electrical wiring installed. The front of the building was also painted by members Ed Thomas and Joe Baril. Currently Ed and member Barry Corriveau are repairing plaster and painting in the building foyer and the…

Gathering Place a Success

Marlow’s very own coffee shop, “The Gathering Place,” held every Saturday morning in the historic Chapel on Forest Road in the Village center has proven to be a boon to the community. Although it is the brainchild of the Marlow United Methodist Church, all community organizations have been sharing this great opportunity to meet fellow…

2015 Revised By Laws

  Proposed By-Laws of the Marlow Historical Society     revised 2015     ARTICLE 1 NAME; The organization shall be called the Marlow NH Historical Society, Inc., hereinafter called the Society.   ARTICLE 2 PURPOSE: The purpose of the organization is to endeavor to protect and restore the town’s sites and buildings, and to collect, preserve…

Important Meeting, June 28th!!

Join us at Murray Hall on Sunday June 28th at 4 p.m. for a Finger Food Potluck Meeting, where we will vote to approve the updated by-laws .  (They are posted on this website). You can also check out the newly re-plastered and painted “office” area in the front of the Hall, and the soon-to-be…

What Is It?

  What Is It? This item was commonly used in New England homes from the late 1600’s to the mid 1800’s. (submitted by Barry Corriveau) Send us a Postcard with the answer and win an Odd Fellows Breakfast on us!!!

Meet Our New Board Members

Meet Our New Board Members We are happy to have four new Board members this year!  Carol Reardon is serving as a Director.  She recently moved to Sand Pond  from Walpole with her husband Ed.  In Walpole she served as Treasurer of the Walpole Historical Society, while working as a tax accountant. Now that she…

Marlow Receives Important LCHIP Grant

  Marlow Receives LChip Grant at State Meeting in Concord: L/R: Maria Baril, Vice President of the Marlow Historical Society; Doug Cole, Chair of LCHIP Committee; Dijit Taylor, Executive Director of LCHIP; Ed Thomas, Marlow Selectman; Jacqui Fay, Marlow Town Administrator Marlow Recieves Important LCHIP Grant The Town was informed on December 4 that it…