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The Gen. Mason J. Young House, also known as the William Boyd House, is a historic house and connected farm complex at 4 Young Road in Londonderry, New Hampshire. The main house is reported by family accounts to have been built in 1802, on a farm that was in active use since 1757. It is a 2-1- 2 story wood frame structure with a gable roof and a central chimney. It is five bays wide and three deep with a columned portico (c. 1900) sheltering its front entry, and a single-story porch (dating to t...
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Concert halls in the United States, Music venues in New Hampshire, Buildings and structures in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, Visitor attractions in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, Music venue stubs, Hidden categories:, Articles with topics of unclear notability from July 2008, All articles with topics of unclear notability, Articles needing additional references from July 2008, All articles needing additional references, Articles lacking reliable references from July 2008, All articles lac... Tupelo Music Hall is a small concert hall located in Londonderry, New Hampshire in a building that formerly housed an antiques shop. The readers of New Hampshire Magazine voted Tupelo the best small venue in the state for the last eight years.citation needed] Artists such as George Winston, Suzanne Vega, and Arlo Guthrie have performed at the hall, which is known for its intimate size and superior acoustics. The venue seats 240 people with theater-style seating and 132 with cabaret seating. Ligh...
The Adams Memorial Building is a historic municipal building on West Broadway near the center of Derry, New Hampshire. The two story brick structure was designed by Lawrence, Massachusetts, architect George G. Adams, and completed in 1904. The building originally housed a variety of municipal offices and the local library. Local events are occasionally held in the theater (opera house) of the building, located on the upper level. The building is an unusually elaborate Colonial Revival structure ...
 
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 Windham High School is a public high school in the town of Windham, New Hampshire, established in 2009. The first graduating class of Windham High School was in 2012. When it first opened, it started out with only freshmen and sophomore classes. The following two years introduced junior and senior classes. Windham H.S. graduated its fourth senior class on June 12, 2015; the Class of 2015 was the largest group of graduates to date, with 191 students receiving their diplomas. Windham H.S. has a te...
 
 
 
The Searles Castle is located in Windham, New Hampshire, in the United States. It was ordered to be built by Edward Francis Searles. Construction began in 1905 and was completed in 1915. It was intended to be a 1- 4-scale replica of the medieval Tudor manor of Stanton Harcourt in Oxfordshire, England, but since most of the manor had been torn down in the 18th century, the castle bears little resemblance to the historical structure. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on Jan...
The Hills House is a historic house at 211 Derry Road (New Hampshire Route 111) in Hudson, New Hampshire. The 2-1- 2 story wood frame house was probably designed by Boston architect Hubert G. Ripley early in his career, and was built in 1890 as the summer home of Albert and Ida Verginia Hills. Named Alvirne (a combination of their first names), it is an excellent local example of Shingle style, with a variety of roof lines, projections, porches, and a turret with conical roof. Hills bequested hi...
 

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 WFEA (1370 AM 99.9 FM) is a talk radio station in Manchester, New Hampshire. The studios for WFEA are at 500 N. Commercial St. in Manchester, and its transmitter is located in Merrimack. at the original location. WFEA operates with a directional pattern both day and night. One of the towers in the array is the famous diamond-shaped Blaw-Knox, a smaller version of another famous Blaw Knox tower, that of WLW in Cincinnati, Ohio. WFEA is owned by Saga Communications, which also owns WZID and WMLL. ...
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The Signers House and Matthew Thornton Cemetery are a pair of historic properties in Merrimack, New Hampshire, United States. It consists of a house, once owned by Matthew Thornton, a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence, and the adjacent cemetery in which he is buried. The house is a two-story Georgian style double house, and is the only surviving house of the period in Merrimack. It was owned by Thornton from 1780 to 1797, when he sold it to his son James. The cemetery, loca...
 
  

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Hills Memorial Library is the former public library of Hudson, New Hampshire in the United States. It was erected in memory of Ida Virginia Hills by her husband, Dr. Alfred Hills, and her mother, Mary Field Creutzborg. The land had been previously donated by Kimball Webster for the express purpose of building a public library. The new building was designed by architect Hubert G. Ripley, built during the winter of 1908-09 and opened to the public on June 12, 1909. The building itself was added to...
Greeley Park is a public park in Nashua, New Hampshire, United States, occupying 125 acres (51 ha) extending from the Merrimack River, across Concord Street, to Manchester Street. The property was originally bought in 1801 by Joseph Greeley, who passed it on to his son after his death. The land was deeded to the city of Nashua in 1896 by Joseph Thornton Greeley, the grandson of the original Joseph Greeley. In 1908, John E. Cotton donated $5000, an amount that was matched by city funds, to change...
The G.O. Sanders House is a historic house at 10 Derry Street (New Hampshire Route 102) in the center of Hudson, New Hampshire. Built in 1873-75 by George Sanders, this 2-1- 2 story wood frame house is a well-preserved example of French Second Empire style. It has a mansard roof with flared eaves, and a three-story tower topped with a mansard roof, above which is a platform with Stick decoration, a wrought iron railing, and a wrought iron canopy topped by a spire. The main facade has elaborate w...
 
 
 
Stevens Memorial Hall is the town hall of Chester, New Hampshire. The building, a large wood frame structure completed in 1910, is located in the center of Chester at the junction of New Hampshire Routes 121 and 102. Designed by Lawrence, Massachusetts, architect George G. Adams, it is basically vernacular Colonial Revival in style. The building houses town offices, and has at times also housed the public library. Its upper floor consists of a large auditorium space used for civic and social fun...
 
Chester Congregational Church is a historic church at 4 Chester Street (New Hampshire Route 121) in Chester, New Hampshire. This wood frame building was originally built as a traditional New England colonial meeting house in 1773, and underwent significant alteration in 1840, giving it its present Greek Revival appearance. Most of its interior was lost during these alterations, but the original roof trusses are still in evidence. The front facade of the church resembles a temple front, with wide...
The Nashville Historic District in Nashua, New Hampshire is a historic district that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in 1984. It encompasses an area just north of downtown Nashua, roughly centered on the junction of Concord, Amherst, and Main streets. Its southern bound is the Nashua River and Railroad Square, its eastern bounds are Railroad Square, Clinton, Lock, Orange, and Concord streets, its northern bound is Mount Pleasant Street, and its western boundary is A...
 
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The Gen. George Stark House is a historic house at 22 Concord Street in Nashua, New Hampshire. The 2-1- 2 story wood frame house, built in 1856, is one New Hampshires finest Italianate houses. It was built by George Stark, a Manchester native and civil engineer who worked on railroad projects across northern New England. He became superintendent of the Nashua and Lowell Railroad in 1857. Design inspiration for the house came from Andrew Jackson Downings works. The house was used for many years o...

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The Hillsborough County Registry of Deeds is located at 19 Temple Street in Nashua, one of the county seats of Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. The two-story Classical Revival brick building was built in 1901 as a courthouse and expanded in 1946. It is trimmed with granite and cast stone, and has rusticated brickwork at its corners, and a cornice decorated with dentil and egg-and-dart moulding. The building exterior is largely unmodified except for the removal (sometime after 1946) of a small...
The Hampstead Meetinghouse, also known as Hampstead Town Hall, is a historic meeting house at 20 Emerson Avenue in Hampstead, New Hampshire. The core of this dual-purpose (religious and civic) structure was begun in 1749, although its interior was not completely finished until about 1768, when its interior walls were finally plastered. The tower was added during renovations in 1793, which also included the construction of a porch. The bell which hangs in the tower was added in 1809; it is the pr...
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The Hunt Memorial Library, also known as the John M. Hunt Memorial Building, is a historic former library building at 6 Main Street in downtown Nashua, New Hampshire. Built in 1903, it is a significant early work of the renowned Gothic Revival architect Ralph Adams Cram, then in partnership with Goodhue and Ferguson. It is a multi-level structure built of brick laid in Flemish bond, with limestone trim. Its three-story tower is an imposing presence at the upper end of Main Street. The Nashua Pub...

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The Kimball Brothers Shoe Factory is a historic factory building at 335 Cypress Street in Manchester, New Hampshire. The four-story brick building was built in stages between 1885 and 1900, and was a prototypical structure from which the design of other period shoe factories in Manchester were built. Construction was overseen by Head & Dowst, a builder responsible for a number of area public buildings, including schools and prisons. It was funded by local businessmen seeking to diversify the loc...
The Hoyt Shoe Factory is a historic factory complex at 477 Silver Street and 170 Lincoln Street in Manchester, New Hampshire. It consists of two once-identical four-story brick factory buildings which face each other across Silver Street. One was built in 1892, the other in 1895, and both have had additions made to them in the early 20th century. They were designed by industrial architect Augustus G. Stevens for Francis M. Hoyt, and, along with other nearby buildings, were the citys largest shoe...
 
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The Sandown Depot is a former railroad station of the Boston and Maine Railroad in Sandown, New Hampshire. This wood-frame building was built in 1873-74 by the Nashua and Rochester Railroad, which was eventually absorbed by the Boston and Maine. It is the best-preserved of the Nashua and Rochesters stations to survive, remaining relatively unaltered since its construction, and still at its original location. The station was a major location on a heavily-traveled single track, with support servic...
  
 
The Sandown Old Meetinghouse is a historic meeting house on Fremont Road in Sandown, New Hampshire. Built in 1773, this single-story wood frame structure is a virtually unaltered late-Colonial civic and religious structure. It is believed to be unique in the state for its level of preservation, both internal and external. Even though religious services ended in the building in 1834, it has retained its 18th-century pulpit and sounding board, as well as its original box pews. The building was use...
  
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Old Town Farm is a historic poor farm building at 430 Pelham Street in Methuen, Massachusetts. The brick two story building was built in 1846, after Methuen lost its earlier poor farm due to the loss of part of its territory to newly-founded Lawrence. The building is five bays wide and deep, with entries on the front and side; the front entraice is recessed with a fanlight and sidelights. The building has shed dormers that run much of the length of the roofline, and its end walls are topped by p...

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  The Gen. Mason J. Young House, also known as the William Boyd House, is a historic house and connected farm complex at 4 Young Road in Londonderry, New Hampshire. The main house is reported by family accounts to have been built in 1802, on a farm that was in active use since 1757. It is a 2-1/2 story wood frame structure with a gable roof and a central chimney. It is five bays wide and three deep with a columned portico (c. 1900) sheltering its front entry, and a single-story porch (dating to the mid-19th century) extending along the side. The interior has well-preserved period woodwork. A two-story wing extends to the rear of the house, which is further extended by a series of sheds connecting the house to a carriage house and dairy barn.  

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