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The carved nut baskets are made from acorns, walnuts and chestnuts, carefully carved into tiny baskets. A few have semiprecious stones attached and all are finished with a shiny coat of shellac. They were hand made by Deke Varney. The talent and…

Propaganda Flyer 4th July Knights Klan Farmington NH.jpg
Propaganda flyer, red ink on bright yellow-orange lightweight paper. 6.5" x 12"4th July Knights Klan Farmington NH flyer reads:4th of JulyCelebration 3 Days - 3 Days - 3 Days KOME AND KAMP ON THK GROUNDS Place, Farmington, N. H.Program SATURDAY. July…

May 26 2013 Mem Day Parade 2.jpg
A digital collection of 2013 Memorial Day photos by local resident, Jonas Zoller.

Aldrich Factory Page 7 of Farmington News,published in Farmington, New Hampshire on Friday, December 11th, 1903.jpeg
December 11, 1903 article from the Farmington News, titled "Farmington Illustrated." It is a four page article written by Ned L. Parker.

The article includes photos of many Farmington buildings, but does not credit the photographer in the…

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The item is a Red Star Line, World Cruise, binder bound, log book, which is dated from 1929-1930. From personal accounts and other items in the historical record we knew Mary and her husband, John Cloutman, went on a worldwide journey, aboard the S.…

Group Photo Puddledock Press November 1999 50 Years Farmington Historical Society.jpg
A Puddledock Press November 1999 issue with an article covering the 50 year anniversary of the Farmington Historical Society, with Photos.

Text of article reads:

Photo cations:

Eugene Nute, First President, Farmington Historical…

Farmington News, Page2, 1930-07-04.pdf
A Farmington News article talking about Independence Day. This is Page 2 of the Friday, July 4th, 1930 issue.The piece about independence Day reads: JULY FOURTH The 'News goes to print this week on the eve of the great American holiday. Independence…

Farmington News, Page2, 1896-06-26.pdf
A Farmington News article talking about Independence Day. This is page 2, of the June 26th 1896 issue.The piece about independence Day reads: FARMINGTON TO CELEBRATE PLENTY OF ENTHUSIASM, MONEY AND BRAINS.COMMITTEES BUSY ARRANGING IN TERESTING…

Cobbler in Congress- Natick Edition.pdf
A digital PDF copy of "A Cobbler in Congress."

Javier F. Marion, Ph.D.Associate Professor of History contacted the Farmington Historical Society about donating a forty-nine page manuscript about Henry Wilson's life.

The following is paraphrased…

1897  Farmington NH Memorial Day Order of Exercises Front.jpg
A May 31, 1897 Farmington, NH, Memorial Day Order of Exercises booklet. The booklet is four pages, printed in black ink on off paper.

The front page is ornately decorated with two borders one on the exterior edge, a block geometric floral and one…
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