Wolfeboro Historical Society
Keeping our History Alive for the Future
Stuff with the Logo Description Price
Items are on sale at the Clark Museum Firehouse in July and August during normal hours.
Books/Posters/Cards Description Price
History of Wolfeborough, NH
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.
This 3 Volume work, written by Q. David Bowers extends the Parker History through the intervening years to 1994.
A pamphlet by C.Blandini exposing both the generous heart and eccentric
nature of the man whose home forms the basis for our society
A record of the Society's formation in 1925, it's acquisitions though the years, and it's evolution to modern times. T Brigden
128 pages filled with photographs of "Old Wolfeboro" from the 1800's
A record of the trials and tribulations in bringing rail service to the Town
Stories surrounding the Governor John Wentworth mansion
History of a majestic tour boat that plied Winnipesaukee through the 1900's by J. Gotthardt.
12x18" Color print of Wolfeboro's "Hand Tub" Fire Vehicle
24x24" Plat view showing the location of businesses and homes in 1889
4x4" Note cards and envelopes with a drawing of the Clark House
Also includes a color print of the Carroll "Hand Tub" Fire Vehicle
10 1/2" Plate with a Black&White print of the Clark House
Post Cards depicting early Wolfeboro Scenes
Biography of Greenleaf Clark
History of the Wolfeboro Hist Society