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The New Hampshire Historical Society began in 1823. They have collected objects, books, manuscripts, and images that tell New Hampshire's story. The collections include over 1.5 million pages of manuscripts, 800,000 pages of newspapers, 50,000 printed volumes, 200,000 photographs and 10,000 broadsides and ephemera items. The museum holds, 30,000 objects. They also provide an educational outreach program for the state. In addition they publish a semi-annual journal Historical New Hampshire, and a quarterly newsletter which focuses on the Society's events and activities.
The Society has a staff equipped to help you with your general research on New Hampshire history and genealogy. Research services can be ordered online and by telephone or mail. For details, go to their website or contact Librarian Bill Copeley firstname.lastname@example.org or 603/856-0641 or Library Director Peter Wallner email@example.com or 603/856-0643.
Their physical location is in Concord, New Hampshire, where they have a library, a museum and a building that houses their offices.
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