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Farmington News, Page1, 1971-12-16.pdf
"Fire Destroys Twin Mills" article from the Farmington News, published in Farmington, New Hampshire on Thursday, December 16th, 1971. The article reads: "An explosion followed by firedestroyed the four-story brick"Twin Mills" on Central…

Birds Eye View Central & Main Souvenir Postcard .jpg
Black and white, Farmington, NH postcard showing a birds eye view of Central Street and Main Street in downtown Farmington, facing north, up the Main Street hill, during the day. The Richards Block and Odd Fellows Block buildings can be seen in the…

Farmington Opera House Burns 1928 Farmington News, Page1, 1928-02-17.pdf
A Farmington News article covering the February 10, 1928 fire that effectively burned the Farmington Opera House to the ground. The library and town offices, along with most books, artifacts, and town records, perished in the fire. Farmington News…

Account Central Street Fire 1875 Farmington News, Page4, 1898-05-20.pdf
A 1898 account of the Central Street Fire in 1875 from the Farmington News, Page 4, May 20th 1898. The fire was swift and burned down many notable buildings including the Elm House hotel, the Thurston factory, Nat Roberts house, the J. F. Clesley…

1940 Account 1875 Fire Church Farmington News, Page4, 1940-11-22.pdf
A 1940 remembrance of the 1875 fire at the First Congregational Church, as recorded in a communication to the editor and public of the Farmington News. The communication is written by Ned Parker and is on page 4, of the November 22nd 1940…

1892 Account 1875 Fire Farmington News, Page3, 1892-02-12.pdf
An 1892 account of the great 1875 fire on Central Street in Farmington, as presented in the Farmington News, Page3, February 12, 1892. The fire was swift and burned down many notable building including the Elm House hotel, the Thurston factory, Nat…

Page 2 of Farmington News,published in Farmington, New Hampshire on Friday, February 22nd, 1918.jpeg
A 1918 Farmington News article exclusives discussing a vast fire at the Cloutman Shoe Company, putting 228 people out of work. It was billed as the biggest industrial fire Farmington had experienced. A second article in the same edition announces…

Farmington News 1962 Page 21 Pythias Hall Torn Down.pdf
A Farmington News article from page 21 dated 1962 covering the tearing down of the Pythias Hall. Over the years the hall was home to a candy store, movie theater, offices for Attorney Wiggin, Doctor Lord, and the dentist Doctor Clarkson. The Montauk…

Farmington Escapes Being Wiped Out By Greatest Fire In Local History Farmington News, Page2, 1947-10-31.pdf
Farmington News articles from October-December of 1947 discussing and detailing the Great Fire of 1947. Some of the later articles detail the human toll and monetary costs of the fire. Full news page size.

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1908 Farmington News Forest Fire Article Part1.png
November 14, 1947 Farmington News article about a major, July 10, 1908 forest fire.

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