LCTV Posts Vintage Lynn Promotional Film

Lynn Community Television released a video yesterday from the archives of the Lynn Museum & Historical Society / LynnArts that was originally produced by the city and the Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce in the late 1940’s. Lynn’s City Hall looks shiny and new!

LCTV and the Museum hope that this is just the first in a series from the archives. Next to be shared is the ribbon cutting ceremony for the brand new Lynnway!

Watch more from Lynn Community Television and its member producers, here!

 

Disclosure – LynnHappens editor Seth Albaum is Executive Director of Lynn Community Television
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