Mission: The society's mission is to collect and preserve the history of grantham, new hampshire, as well as to generate interest in the town's history.
Programs: The society's library and collection items preserve & interpret the history of grantham, new hampshire. Collection items include historical artifacts, letters, photographs, maps, books, town records, family histories and genealogical records. Library contents include books, magazines, newsletters, journals, town reports and newspaper clippings dating from 1900. In addition to maintaining the collection, the society offers a variety of public programs and services including: lectures on local history; video presentations; publication of a quarterly newsletter containing museum information and stories about grantham history; genealogical research and more. Both local residents and visitors are welcome at the society which is open 3 hours a week and for extra hours during the summer. The newsletter is available on the society's website and approximately 125 copies are printed quarterly. Video presentations, lectures and programs are attended by more than 200 people each year.