Loving Living Landenberg

The New London Area Historical Society and Franklin Township Historical Commission Invite you to a free talk by Joseph Birmingham Joseph Birmingham will talk about his involvement in developing a museum dedicated to Landenberg’s history. The Landenberg Trust was founded by Mr. Birmingham with the idea of hosting events and fund-raisers that could underwrite a local museum […]

Prelude to Brandywine: The March of General Howe and the British Army

Thursday, September 14, 2017, at 7 PM Prelude to Brandywine: The March of General Howe and the British Army September 8‐10, 1777 A Talk by Walt Chiquoine Walt Chiquoine solved a mystery that baffled scholars for almost 100 years – the location of the Daniel Nichols house, Howe’s headquarters in the days preceding the Battle […]

Local History and the Postcard Photographer

The New London Area Historical Society & The Franklin Township Historical Commission Invite you to a talk by George Miller Local History and the Postcard Photographer George Miller lives in Landenberg and is a professor at the University of Delaware. He has written and lectured extensively about postcards and photography in the early decades of the 20th century. […]

Community Awareness Bulletin – Spring Scams

SPRING SCAMS   During the spring and summer months, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is frequently visited by transient criminals who travel great distances in search of victims for their various money-making scams. In many instances, their targets are the elderly. The most effective defense against scams artists is to employ some basic crime prevention tips. Two […]