Since opening in 1966, the Hudson Historical Society has been dedicated to the preservation of Hudson’s historical artifacts and stories. We aim to give back to our community while including lessons of Hudson vibrant history. Both our Society and historical museum are located at the “Alvirne” Hills House on Derry Road. “Alvirne” is the former summer home of Dr. Alfred K. Hills and his family. The home was built in 1890 by Dr. Hills for his wife, Virginia and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Before 1966 the Historical Committee of the Hudson Fortnightly Club collected artifacts and shared the related stories. In a sense, this committee was the parent organization of the Society. We are a non-profit organization incorporated by the State of New Hampshire and a registered 501(c)3 with the Internal Revenue Service.
The Society is governed by a Board of Directors which includes:
President and Chairman: Len Lathrop
Vice-President: David Alukonis
Clerk: Lynne Mari
Assistant Clerk: Melanie McDonough
Treasurer: Jeff Clegg
Assistant Treasurer: Open
Directors: Michelle Alukonis