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The Kennedy Hill Farm is a historic farmstead on Kennedy Hill Road in Goffstown, New Hampshire. The main house, a two-story hip-roofed wood frame structure, was built c. 1800 by Thomas Kennedy, a joiner. Kennedy was a well-known and successful builder in the area, who was responsible for the construction of several area public buildings, including churches and town halls. The interior of this Federal-style house retains many examples of his craft. The property includes a 19th-century barn and ca...
 WGAM (1250 AM) and WGHM (900 AM) are simulcasting radio stations broadcasting a sports talk format named ESPN New Hampshire in Fall of 2012. WGAM is licensed to Manchester, New Hampshire, WGHM to Nashua, New Hampshire, USA. The stations serve southern New Hampshire. The stations are locally owned by Absolute Broadcasting, LLC and feature ESPN Radio programming like Mike and Mike, along with The Dan Patrick Show and some local programming; the station also airs Boston Red Sox games, Boston Bruins...
 
 
National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire, Queen Anne architecture in New Hampshire, Buildings and structures in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, Grange organizations and buildings in New Hampshire, Schools in New Hampshire, Town halls in New Hampshire, Courthouses in New Hampshire, School buildings completed in 1889, School buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire, Government buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire, Gof...The Grasmere Schoolhouse No. 9 and Town Hall, also known as the Grasmere Grange Hall, is an historic building located at 87 Center Street in the village of Grasmere in Goffstown, New Hampshire. Designed by W.W. Ireland in the Queen Anne style of architecture, it was built as a dual-function public building in 1889 on the site of a 1700s religious and governmental building. Over the years it has also been used by many local groups, including the now defunct Junior Grange No. 150, which was organi...
 
 
Ste. Marie Church is a Roman Catholic church on the West Side of Manchester, New Hampshire in the United States. The church was founded to serve the needs of French-Canadian Catholic immigrants to New Hampshire. The Gothic Revival church building is a prominent feature on the Manchester skyline, and dominates the West Side skyline. The building is perched atop the plateau that makes up Rimmon Heights, and forms one of the focal points of the Notre Dame neighborhood, along with Lafayette Park acr...
 
 
The William Parker Straw House is a historic house at 282 North River Road in Manchester, New Hampshire. The 2-1- 2 story brick house was built in 1923 for William Parker Straw, agent (the local managing director) for the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company and president of the Amoskeag Bank. Designed by the Boston firm of Hutchins and French, it is Manchesters finest period Tudor Revival house. After the death of Straw and his wife in the 1950s, the house was converted to medical offices, and later ...
The Varney School is a historic school building at 84 Varney Street in Manchester, New Hampshire. The 2-1- 2 story red brick building was built in 1890 and expanded in 1914-15; it was designed by Frederick Stickney of Lowell, Massachusetts. The original 1890 structure has a cross plan with shallow east and west wings, with a projecting entry pavilion to the north. The south wing, originally a single story, was raised to two stories in the 1915 addition. The building was named for Manchester mayo...
The Gen. John Stark House is a historic house museum at 2000 Elm Street in Manchester, New Hampshire. The house, a single-story Cape style farmhouse, was built in 1736 by Archibald Stark. Starks son John, a hero of the American Revolutionary War, lived in this house from 1736 to 1765; it is where he brought his new bride Molly, and where two of their children were born. Originally located on Canal Street, the house remained in the Stark family until 1821. It was acquired by the Amoskeag Manufact...

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The Frank Pierce Carpenter House is a historic house at 1800 Elm Street on the north side of Manchester, New Hampshire. The 2-1- 2 story wood frame house was built in 1891, and is a fine local example of high-style Queen Anne architecture. It was built for Frank Carpenter, then the president of the Amoskeag Paper Company, and a major city benefactor, and probably designed by Edgar Allan Poe Newcomb. The house is roughly square in shape, with a three-story turret at its southeast corner and a pro...
The Smith and Dow Block is a historic apartment house at 1426-70 Elm Street in Manchester, New Hampshire. When built in 1892, this four story brick building was the largest apartment block in the state, and still dominates its section of Elm Street. It presents 230 feet (70 m) of frontage to Elm Street and is 71 feet (22 m) deep, and had 40 units at a time when most apartment blocks had no more than 10-12. It has modest Romanesque styling elements, and was designed by William M. Butterfield, one...
The Carpenter and Bean Block is a historic apartment house at 1382-1414 Elm Street in Manchester, New Hampshire. It is a large brick building, which was built in two stages. The first section, built in 1883, is a three-story sixteen-bay structure with vernacular Italianate styling at the corner of Elm and Dow Streets. In 1892 a four-story section, seven bays wide, was added which has similar styling. The bays are grouped in fours, each separated by a strip of brick that rises the height of the b...
The University of New Hampshire at Manchester (or UNH Manchester) was established in 1985 as the sixth college of the University of New Hampshire. Other colleges within UNH include the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, the Thompson School of Applied Science, the College of Health and Human Services, the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, and the School of Law. Students graduating from UNH Manches...
 
District A is a historic worker housing district located in Manchester, New Hampshire, near the former Amoskeag Manufacturing Company millyard. It is bounded by Pleasant, State, Granite, and Bedford Streets, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on November 12, 1982. It contains 7 contributing properties covering an area of approximately 60 acres (24 ha). The district is composed entirely of housing stock that was originally built for the Manchester Mills, which were eventual...
  
 
The New Hampshire State Union Armory is a historic armory building at 60 Pleasant Street in Manchester, New Hampshire. Built in 1904, this large brick building was the first armory building in the state. The brick Romanesque building has two portions: a head house (which faces Pleasant Street), and a drill hall, located behind the head house and extending to West Central Street. It has a fortress-like main entrance, in a projecting section from its main facade that rises two stories and is frame...
The City Hall of Manchester, New Hampshire, is located at 908 Elm Street, the citys principal commercial thoroughfare. The brick-and-granite three story structure was built in 1844-45 to a design by Boston architect Edward Shaw. It presents a five-bay facade to Elm Street and a three-bay facade to Market Street (now closed off as City Hall Plaza). The center of the three-bay facade projects slightly and rises in a tower that rises two more stories above the building. When first built, the Elm St...
The Dunlap Building is a historic commercial building at 967 Elm Street in downtown Manchester, New Hampshire. It is a large five-story brick building occupying a corner lot on Manchesters principal commercial street. It was built in 1879 as a four-story building, and extensively rebuilt in 1908, when the fifth story was added. The first floor is lined by storefronts on both Elm and Amherst Streets. The second through fourth floors of the Elm Street facade are three bays wide, the bays divided b...
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Manchester, New Hampshire, Cities in New Hampshire, Populated places established in 1751, Company towns in New Hampshire, County seats in New Hampshire, Early American industrial centers, History of the textile industry, Cities in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, 1751 establishments in the Thirteen Colonies, Ukrainian communities in the United States, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Commons category template with no category set, Commons category with page title same as on Wikida...Manchester is the largest city in the state of New Hampshire, the tenth largest city in New England, and the largest city in northern New England, an area comprising the states of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. It was first named by the merchant and inventor Samuel Blodget (after whom the Samuel Blodget Park in Manchester North is named). Blodgets vision was to create a great industrial center similar to that of Manchester in England, which was the worlds first industrialized city. It is loc...
The Old Post Office Block is a historic commercial building at 54-72 Hanover Street in Manchester, New Hampshire. The three story brick Italianate building was constructed in 1876, and occupies a position in Manchesters central business district between two other historic buildings, the Harrington-Smith Block and the Palace Theatre. The building was prominent as a center of Manchesters publishing industry, housing the presses of the Mirror newspapers between 1876 and 1924, in addition to its rol...

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The Harrington-Smith Block, formerly known as the Strand Theater and the Manchester Opera House, is a historic commercial building at 18-25 Hanover Street in the heart of Manchester, New Hampshire. Built in 1881 to a design by John T. Fanning for two prominent local developers, the building is an expansive rendition of Queen Anne styling in brick and stone. It occupies 200 feet (61 m) of frontage on Hanover Street, and 95 feet (29 m) on Elm Street, the citys principal downtown thoroughfare. The ...
 The Hellenic American University was founded in 2004 in Manchester, New Hampshire, United States, as a degree-granting institution of higher education by an act of the New Hampshire State Legislature. Hellenic American University is a member of the New Hampshire College & University Council (NHCUC), a non-profit consortium of 17 public and private institutions of higher education in the state of New Hampshire. These institutions are recognized and highly regarded for their outstanding teaching, ...
St Georges School and Convent are a historic Roman Catholic complex at 12 Orange Street in Manchester, New Hampshire, United States. The school and convent are a pair of connected three-story brick buildings, constructed in 1898-99 along with a church (no longer extant) to serve the large French Canadian community that had migrated south from Quebec to work at the Amoskeag Mills, the citys largest employer. The complex is the only surviving Catholic facility of the period on the east side of the...
The Victory Park Historic District of Manchester, New Hampshire, encompasses Victory Park, a city park laid out in 1838, and four buildings that face it across adjacent streets. Originally called Concord Square, Victory Park was laid out by the proprietors of the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company who founded Manchester, and was first used as a common area, used by abutters for gardening and grazing. The park was sold by the proprietors to the city for $1 in 1848, conditioned on making alterations t...
Northeast Delta Dental Stadium (formerly known as Merchantsauto.com Stadium) is a stadium in Manchester, New Hampshire that holds 7,722 people. It is used primarily for baseball, and is the home field of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats minor league (AA) baseball team. The first game played at the ballpark was on April 7, 2005, between the New Britain Rock Cats and the Fisher Cats. The first concert was performed by Bob Dylan on August 27, 2006. In 2011 insurance company Northeast Delta Dental sign...
The Zimmerman House is a house located at 223 Heather Street, in a residential area of the north end of Manchester, New Hampshire. It is a usonian house designed in 1950 by Frank Lloyd Wright for Dr. Isadore and Lucille Zimmerman. It is a single-story structure, organized around a large L-shaped central chimney, and covered by a deeply overhanging roof. Most of its Wright-designed interior features are intact, including concrete floors, cypress woodwork finishes, and fabrics. Tours through the b...
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The Alpheus Gay House is a historic house at 184 Myrtle Street in Manchester, New Hampshire. Built c. 1870 by Alpheus Gay, a local building contractor, this 2-1- 2 story wood frame house is one of the states most elaborate Italianate houses. It has complex massing, a roofline studded with paired brackets on the main block and modillions on the servants wing, and three-story tower above its main entry. The house was owned for a time by the nearby Currier Gallery of Art, but is now in private hand...
 
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The Thomas Russell Hubbard House is a historic house at 220 Myrtle Street in Manchester, New Hampshire. The 2-1- 2 story wood frame house was built in 1867, a farmer turned businessman and a prosperous owner of a factory and lumberyard. The house is an exceptionally elaborate Italianate villa, notable for its four-story tower, with quoined corners and an open fourth level with round arch windows. It has the deep, bracketed eaves typical of the style, and irregular massing with many projecting se...
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 Varick Park was an athletic complex located in Manchester, New Hampshire, from 1895 until 1913. It was constructed by local businessman Thomas Varick on land owned by the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company, partially on the site formerly occupied by a minor-league baseball park, the Beech Street Grounds. Consisting of a bicycle track, a baseball diamond, and two covered wooden grandstands (one for men, the other for men and women both), the park also hosted track-and-field events, football and socce...
The Smyth Tower is a folly located on the grounds of the VA Medical Center at 718 Smyth Road in Manchester, New Hampshire. The fieldstone tower was built in 1888 by Frederick Smyth, who owned an extensive estate, part of which became the VA facility. Smyth built it as a replica of a tower he saw while visiting Scotland. The tower is 40 feet (12 m) high, with walls 2 feet (0.61 m) thick. Its outside diameter is 28 feet (8.5 m). It has a basement level 8 feet (2.4 m) high, and three floors topped ...
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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 WMUR-TV, virtual channel and VHF digital channel 9, is an ABC-affiliated television station located in Manchester, New Hampshire, United States. The station is owned by the Hearst Television subsidiary of the Hearst Corporation. Since Manchester is considered to be part of the larger Boston television market, WMUR is considered to be a sister station to Boston-based WCVB-TV, which is also an ABC affiliate. WMUR maintains studio facilities located on South Commercial Street in downtown Manchester...
 WGIR-FM is a radio station in Manchester, New Hampshire, airing a mainstream rock format, branded as Rock 101 in 1979. The station is owned by iHeartMedia, Inc., formerly Clear Channel Media, Americas largest owner of radio stations. According to Arbitron, ROCK 101 is currently the #2 rated radio station in the Manchester radio market behind 95.7 WZID. The morning show, Greg and the Morning Buzz, is shared with co-owned 100.3 WHEB in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and is one of the leading morning s...
 
  
 
The Bedford Town Hall is located at 70 Bedford Center Road in Bedford, New Hampshire. The 2-1- 2 story wood frame building was built in 1910 to a design by Chase Roy Whitcher, a native of Lisbon who studied architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Whitcher was then early in what would be a successful career; the Bedford Town Hall is unusual among his works. It seems be Greek Revival in form, with a classical four-column temple front, but the proportions of the columns is out of...
The Weston Observatory is a historic folly on Oak Hill, Derryfield Park in Manchester, New Hampshire. It is a five-story granite tower standing 66 feet (20 m) tall, which was built in 1897 by the city using funds bequested by James A. Weston, a Manchester native who served twice as Governor of New Hampshire. It was originally open to the public during the warmer months of the year, but was commandeered for military use during the Second World War, and was thereafter used to house police transmit...
The Bedford Presbyterian Church is a historic Presbyterian Church building at 4 Church Road in Bedford, New Hampshire. The white clapboard structure was built in 1832 for a congregation organized in 1749. Originally in a Federal style, with a relatively plain facade and pedimented gable end, the six-column Ionic portico was added in 1894. It has a three-stage tower: the first stage is square, with clock faces on each side, the second is an open belfry with arched openings, and the third is an oc...
 
 
 
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...

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Goffstown is a town in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 17,651 at the 2010 census. The compact center of town, where 3,196 people resided at the 2010 census, is defined by the U.S. Census Bureau as the Goffstown census-designated place and is located at the junction of New Hampshire routes 114 and 13. Goffstown also includes the villages of Grasmere and Pinardville. The town is home to Saint Anselm College (and its New Hampshire Institute of Politics) and the...
The Goffstown Public Library is located at 2 High Street in Goffstown, New Hampshire. The building it occupies was designed by architects Henry M. Francis & Sons and was built in 1909. It is small Classical Revival building built of brick with stone trim, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1995. It is one of the finest examples of Classical Revival architecture in the town, with a three-bay main facade whose central entrance projects slightly, and is topped by a pedimen...
 
 
 
Parkers Store is a historic retail building on Mast Road (New Hampshire Route 114) in Goffstown, New Hampshire. The two story wood frame structure was built before 1804, and is one of the states few surviving early retail structures. William Parker, descendant of one of the areas early settlers, is known to have operated a tavern and hostelry from his home, located near a crossing of the Piscataquog River built to accommodate the ship masts being transported on the road. It was used by members o...
  
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  The Kennedy Hill Farm is a historic farmstead on Kennedy Hill Road in Goffstown, New Hampshire. The main house, a two-story hip-roofed wood frame structure, was built c. 1800 by Thomas Kennedy, a joiner. Kennedy was a well-known and successful builder in the area, who was responsible for the construction of several area public buildings, including churches and town halls. The interior of this Federal-style house retains many examples of his craft. The property includes a 19th-century barn and carriage house.  

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