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Nashua, New Hampshire: People

Collection Name: Photograph Collection

Title: Nashua, New Hampshire: People

Creator: various photographers
Andruskevich, Jodie
United Press International
Willman, Gene
Johnson & Glenton
Seifert, Albert H.
Ingalls, F. M.
Austin, A. C.

Creator Role: Photographer

Accession / Call Number: 1983.006

Object ID:

Type of Material: graphic material

Physical Description: 1 folder

Language: English

Scope and Content: Photographic prints of people in Nashua, NH, taken between approximately 1890 and 1988. Includes portraits of identified and unidentified people; employees of several different industries, including construction, computer, and automotive; and the bulk of the images are of the parade of Co. C of the New Hampshire National Guard going to the Concord Depot in Nashua on May 7, 1898.

Subjects: Veterans, Men, Children, Women, Dwellings, Parades, Soldiers, Construction workers, Construction, Protest movements--United States, Automobiles, Garages, Computers, Portrait photography

Locations: Nashua, NH

People: Andruskevich, Jodie, Willman, Gene, Seifert, Albert H., Ingalls, F. M., Austin, A. C., Peno, Mike, Maffee, Bob, McCosh, Ed, Kiernan, Peter D., Harrington, H. E., Daohan, Wang, 1915-2005, Teeple, William W., Lee, Michael, Kreick, John R., Trepanier, Joseph F.

Organizations: United Press International, Johnson & Glenton, Amoskeag Veterans (Manchester, N.H.), Duane F. Holt & Son, Maffee's Garage, New Hampshire. National Guard

Terms of Use: For permission to reproduce or publish material from this collection, please contact the New Hampshire Historical Society. Researchers are responsible for following all copyright and intellectual property laws.

Credit Line: Digitization supported by the New Hampshire Historical Society's Connections through Time: Campaign for New Hampshire History.

Restrictions: Available for research.

Level Description: File

Box Number: 82

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