Lebanon Honors Its Veterans
Lebanon Honors Its Veterans is dedicated to the sincere, heartfelt appreciation of all Lebanon veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice to enable their fellow residents and citizens to continue to enjoy life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Soldiers Memorial Building
Built from 1886-1890 by Civil War Veterans as a memorial to their comrades and as a free public library. After the library moved to another building in 1909, the first floor was converted into a war museum. The building now serves as a memorial to veterans of all wars. The Memorial chamber, a consecrated chapel, contains marble tablets with the names of all Lebanon's Civil War Veterans.
The building appears to be the first of its use in New Hampshire. The architect was a local war veteran Ferdinand Davis. It is in Vernacular Queen Anne style.
- Lebanon Historical Society
- Donation Made to Soldiers Memorial Building
- Soldiers Memorial Building - Guardian
- Soldiers Memorial Building - Part 1
- Soldiers Memorial Building - Part 2
- Soldiers Memorial Building - Part 3
- Lebanon Honors its Veterans - YouTube
- Remembering Fallen Veterans - YouTube
Lebanon Library Displays
Each year during Memorial Day and Veterans Day, the Lebanon Library hosts a display area honoring Veterans who have served in the United States Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. If you have service photographs of friends or family you would like to share, please drop them off at the Lebanon Library, 9 East Park St., Lebanon. Please contact the Library at 603-448-2459 if you have questions or visit them online at: www.leblibrary.com.
Information regarding an array of services available to Veterans, including medical care, social services, rental and utility assistance, emergency housing, and more.
Veterans Tax Credit
Credits ranging from $100 in taxes to a total exemption of taxes are available for those meeting the requirements as set by State law. The veteran must have been a NH resident for 1 year preceding April 1 of the tax year and owned the property on April 1.
- Basic: Veteran; Spouse; Widow (RSA 72:28) - $100
- Service-Connected Total & Permanent Disability (RSA 72:35) - $1,400
- Surviving Spouse: Spouse of any person who was killed or who died while on active duty in the armed forces of the U.S. (RSA 72:29-a) - $700
- Total Exemption: Must meet all requirements under RSA 72:36-a (Examples: double amputee, paraplegic, or blindness in both eyes as result of service connection and who owns a specially adapted homestead acquired with VA assistance.)