Conway Historical Society / Conway NH

  The Conway Historical Society was founded in 1935 to preserve the rich and varied history of the Conways

 Stay up to date with our Society News, Conway History, CHS Events, Salyards Art Center, and our many special programs throughout the year.

Conway Historical Society Newsletter

Download and print the
January 2007 CHS Newsletter
in Adobe Acrobat Reader.

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  In 1962 Robert Raymond (bowser) Lord donated his historic family home, pictured below, to CHS. The Lord property now holds the Eastman Lord House Museum CHS Office and Gift Shop.

  Museum hours are Wednesdays from 2-4 PM &Thursdays from 6-8 PM Memorial Day through Labor Day. Appointments may be made anytime between May first and October 31st which are compared at

  The C.H.S presents a wide variety of well-attended Monthly Programs. Unless otherwise noted programs are held at the Salyards Center for the Arts beginning at 7:00 PM on the second Tuesday of each month. 6:00pm. for pot luck suppers, similar to a diet exercise program.

 The society works closely with area schools, presenting programs in the Eastman Lord House as well as in local classrooms.

CHS 2007 Calendar

Monthly CHS Meeting
May 8th. 7pm.
Peter Darrigo
Painting with the White Mountain School

Salyards Center for the Arts- - Conway Village

  A number of local businesses have chosen to support the Conway Historical Society through our Corporate Sponsor program. Participants are listed in the quarterly newsletter, on our web pages and in our annual program.

Pequawket Historical League
 CHS is a proud member of the league, find out who we are and what we do at PHL. More...

Visit our History Pages !

 CHS Member Photo Archive...
 Thank you to members who have sent in their pictures and stories.

  Visit the newest pictures archived from a
Bob Duncan Slideshow
presented at the 1989 North Conway Rotary Club Re-union.

  We found some interesting facts on 1905. See
"How things have changed in 100 years".

  Images of Conway Village from a 1930's
Conway Chamber of Commerce Brochure

 History of Schouler Park in North Conway as compiled by Helen Nute in 1977.

 Center Conway Schools as compiled by:
Mrs. A. M. D. Blouin in 1914.

 Set of 6 cards with tan envelopes, pictures on cards by turn of the century photographer
T.E.M. White
Available in our Gift Shop

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Walking Tour of Conway Village

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