Some Interesting Items Found in the Library Vault
A peek inside the Library Vault.
A written one-page document dated December 31, 1855, signed by Luther Cutter, giving details on his agreement to ring the bell at the Baptist Meetinghouse.
The records of the Town pertaining to the Dean Murder.
A powder flask found after the Concord fight. Given by Mrs. D.C. Chamberlain.
A printed flyer and a business card from 1863 from the Union Volunteer Company, Concord, NH, offering its services in providing Town Civil War quotas.
A reward poster from the Selectmen.
A written one-page document dated December 31, 1846, signed by Ethan Cutter, giving details on his agreement to ring the bell at the Old Meetinghouse. See some biographical information on pages 212-13 of vol. II of the Town History.
Program for the Dedication of Memorial Boulder, September 6, 1919.
A photograph of Samuel Litch, old-time Jaffrey schoolmaster. This appears on page 303 of vol. I of the Town History.
Dance card and program for the Town Meeting Dance, Union Hall, April 7, 1921.