These items are available for purchase at all town elections and on Old Home Day in August. Books can be purchased at the Leach Library. Other limited items are available at Moose Hill Orchard (Mack’s). Or, you can email your request to

Londonderry Tales:
Glimpses into Londonderry,
New Hampshire’s Past

A collection of stories about the people, places and events that helped shape Londonderry.




DVDcvrwtxt2004Discovering Londonderry
Part III (with Part I and
Part II synopsis)

DVD of the early history of Londonderry from the ice age to settlement in 1722






Images of America: Londonderry

Pictorial history from mid-19th c. to early 1940s





hardcoverbooksHistory of Londonderry

Hardcover books with jackets + historic map(s) included

Volume 1 $25.00; Volumes 2 and 3
$15.00 each/
3 volume set $50.00



Early Londonderry

Soft bound books containing a narrative history of different sections of town with many black & white photos of old Londonderry

$12.00 each/5 volume set $50.00




Maps (approximately 12” x 16”)

Depicting historical sites + locations of old one room school houses





LHS_CapBaseball caps

These are good quality hats, one color available: tan with blue visor, completely adjustable head strap in leather, one size fits all baseball caps. Embroidered in dark navy blue on the front of the cap, “Town of Londonderry, Established 1722”.



shirtShort and long sleeve T-Shirts with navy blue logo of Morrison House

Medium, large, x-large and xx-large sizes. The shirts come in light grey with dark blue logo (as pictured) and we also offer them in dark navy blue with a white logo. Good quality, pre-shrunk, almost all cotton T-shirts with mock turtle neck and comfortable fitting knit sleeve cuffs.

Short: $14, $16 XXL
Long: $15, $17 XXL



coverletFringed Cotton Coverlets

Coverlet depicting historical buildings in Londonderry – Morrison House, Presbyterian Church, Town Pound, etc. Colors: burgundy, navy and new Williamsburg blue. Machine washable.



mugsHistorical Society Coffee Mugs

Mugs with images of Londonderry Lithia Water Co., Clark Blacksmith Shop, Parmenter Barn, Grange #44 and the Reverend Morrison House.