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Lebanon's Historic Districts
Greenlawn Historic District
On November 18, 2014, The City of Lebanon established its first Historic District with the creation of the Historic Greenlawn District with the purpose of perserving the special historic value and style that is representative of the City of Lebanon. Consisting of twenty-one houses, it encompasses mostly Colonial Revival style and Tudor Revival style dwellings. The most famous is the two-story Colonial style Bone House. Although built in 1956, it contains remnants salvaged from other famous buildings in Lebanon, most notably the stone slabs from the Caruthers Hall Law Building.
E Spring Street Historic District The City of Lebanon designated its second Historic District on November 17, 2015 with the formation of the East Spring Street Historic District. This street encompasses some of the oldest houses in the City dating from the 1900’s with special recognition to the Tinsley House. This Craftsman-Style Bungalow was built circa 1909 and at one time was a Pastorium for the First Baptist Church.