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Petition Signatories of Northwest Parish Rochester to be Farmington 6-6-1798.jpg
This document is a list of signatories of the petition from residents of the Northwest Parish of Rochester to become the Town of Farmington. The list id dated 6-6-1798. Typed on paper by typewriter, This document was probably transcribed from an…

1936 Flood EJ Kelley and Company Shop.jpg
Mixed collection March 1936 flood photos. Mainly downtown. Photos contain buildings, shops, cars, wide street shots, and a few shots with people.

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1936FloodwithCar.jpg
Two photos of the floods in 1936 downtown Farmington.

dress 7.JPG
Farmington resident Sarah Mullin Waldron born, 1853 died, 1932. She was the second wife of Augustus Scott Waldron and the mother of Jeremy Richard Waldron Sr., a well-known lawyer, judge, and NH state attorney general. There are actually four pieces…

Hodgdon Farm likely.jpg
Two Photos Likely Hodgdon Farm. Circa 1900. Both of these digital files are not in the physical museum collection.

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Hannah Colbath 1836.JPG
Portait painting of Hannah Colbath 1836. This is a digital file that cannot be found in the physical museum collection.

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Leighton Colbath2.jpg
Leighton Colbath photograph in a gold, gilded frame with a velvet lined. case. Leighton Colbath 1804-1864 was cousin to Henry Wilson. He was from Middleton, NH. This digital photo cannot be found in the physical collection.

Maud E. Hodgdon.jpg
Three separate photos of Maud Hodgdon. These digital files are not in the physical museum collection.

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Maud w friends.jpg
Maud Hodgdon & Friends with bicycles. This is a digital file and cannot be found in the physical museum collection. Cyclists are identified as Bessie Scruton, Maude Hodgdon, Jessie Harrison and Minnie Pinkham

c 1889 2nd grade.jpg
Maud Hodgdon with her 1889 2nd grade class in Farmington, NH. Maud is listed as being in the second row, second from the right.

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