The Dana House is the oldest existing house in Lebanon. The city-owned building is in the process of being converted into a museum and education facility. View the following information to learn more about its history and the efforts being made to preserve its historical value.
Dana House Building Improvements - The City of Lebanon will be removing old roofing and replacing the roof systems, as well as performing other limited building improvements.
Restoring Dana House: A Summary of Our Current Plans and Thinking, a presentation (PDF) by Robert L. Welsch, Lebanon Heritage Commission.
Maple Street Neighborhood: History and Context - a study (PDF) and presentation (PDF) prepared by Lyssa Papazian, Historic Preservation Consultant.
Dana House Technical Report, 2018, Scott Newman - a report requested by the Lebanon Heritage Commission to evaluate the conditions and material composition of the Dana House and to make recommendations that will help the Commission and its partners in their efforts to interpret the house and make the property accessible to the public.