Ashland Historical Society


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    The Ashland Historical Society in Ashland, NH currently supports 3 museums that preserve the history of the town of Ashland including The Whipple House built in 1837 that was the boyhood home of NH's only Nobel Prize recipient, Dr. George Hoyt Whipple; the former B&M passenger depot that helped to open the shores of the Squam Lakes to tourists, and the Pauline Glidden Toy Museum that houses an outstanding collection of antique toys housed in one of the oldest buildings in the town. The Society is funded completely by fund raising, donations and a small income from an apartment in the museum building.


    PO Box 175 4 Pleasant
    Ashland, NH 03217

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