This part of the website provides books, monographs, videos, and archived documents and images that directly relate to the history of Annville, Pennsylvania. They can be used to read and learn about Annville's history and/or to carry out historical research. The following button links take you to the relevant pages.
A number of the items on this page are digitized, searchable PDFs of original monographs published years ago by the Lebanon County Historical Society. Others are more recent histories and personal historical accounts.
We have links to maps that cover all or parts of Annville from 1860, 1875, 1887, 1888, and 1895. These maps can be helpful if you are trying to assign a date range for the construction of a particular building in Annville.
In fall 2011, Tropical Storm Lee flooded much of Annville and destroyed many of Friends of Old Annville's paper-based documents, photos, and artifacts housed in the basement of the Annville Train Station. After that event, we dried as many of the soaked documents as was possible and scanned them to capture digital images. The flooding event signaled the beginning of our Electronic Archives of Annville History.
The videos in our collection are amateur efforts, a group of these were designed by college students and others taken by FOOA members and other interested parties. You will find that they are both informative and interesting. Visit the page and learn a bit about Annville history.
Several self-guided walking tours of Historic Annville are provided here.