Wolfeboro Historical Society - Society Shoppe

Items are on sale at the Clark Museum in July and August

 

History of Wolfeborough

Written by Benjamin Parker and published in 1901, this 545 page history gives great insight into the early families of the town and how they blended with summer visitors to create a unique culture.

$3.00

Images Of Wolfeboro

128 pages filled with photographs of "Old Wolfeboro" from the 1800s

$10.00

History of Wolfeboro

The 3 volume work, written by Q. David Bowers extends the Parker History through the intervening years to 1994.

$95.00

Carroll County Book

Places of historic and scenic interest in Carroll County

$2.00

Rails to Wolfeboro

A record of the trials and tribulations in bringing rail service to the Town

$4.00

Saga of a Palace

Stories surrounding the Governor John Wentworth mansion

$1.00

NH Merchant Scrip
Along with a Brief History of Its Use and Biographical Sketches of the Merchants

Written by Kevin Lafond with a forward by Q. David Bowers.

$89.50

The Swallow

History of a majestic tour boat that plied Winnipesaukee through the 1900's by J. Gotthardt

$9.00

Unique American Legend Souvenir

Stamp/Coin Set combining NH's famous Old Man Stamp with a historic coin (Indian Head Cent, 1943 Steel Cent, or Buffalo Nickel)

$4.00

 

Carroll Print

12" x 18" Color print of Wolfeboro's "Hand Tub" Fire vehicle

$2.00

1889 Wolfeboro Map

20"x28" Plate view showing the location of businesses and homes in 1889

$2.00

   Old Post Cards

Post Cards of the Clark House

4/$1.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Plan Your Visit

The Clark Museum Complex

Open July 1 - September 3

Hours:
Wednesday - Friday 10 AM - 4 PM                Saturday 10 AM - 2 PM


Admission Fees

Adults  $4 

Students $2

Children under 12, active military  FREE

Members & Guests   FREE


Location

233 South Main Street

Wolfeboro, NH  03894

Across from Huggins Hospital

 


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The Wolfeboro Historical Society is a not-for-profit 501 (c)3 organization
supported by volunteers, admissions, and generous contributions