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Audio Publication -- Tuck's Gift
High-quality audio version of HISTORICAL NEW HAMPSHIRE, Volume 65, No. 2, Fall 2011, published in celebration of the centennial of the dedication of the New Hampshire Historical Society's landmark headquarters building on Park Street in Concord. Featured articles are “The Education of a New Hampshire Philanthropist” by Franklin Brooks, former Associate Professor of French, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN; “The Creation of ‘New Hampshire’s Temple of History,’ 1900–1911” by James L. Garvin, retired State Architectural Historian, New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources; and “From a Single Stone: The Portal Sculpture of the New Hampshire Historical Society’s Building, also by James L. Garvin.

HNHFALL2011-CD Audio-2CD Set $15.00
HNHFALL2011 Printed Version Softcover $3.50


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