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Concord Memories: Volume II

The 1940s, '50s & '60s

Presented by Concord Monitor
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After the overwhelming success of our first book, the Concord Monitor is pleased again to be working with the Concord Public Library, Concord Historical Society and New Hampshire Historical Society to bring our readers a second beautiful hard-bound book. This heirloom-quality coffee-table book picks up where our last book left off and focus strongly on the 1940s, '50s and '60s. It will also feature an introductory chapter that covers the early years that volume I covered.

Trim Size
11 x 8.5 (in.)

Look Inside Examples only, may not reflect final product

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    Concord firefighters making toy fire engines for the holiday toy drive, December 14, 1949.

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    Ruth Chandler, children’s room assistant, helps children as they line up to visit the ‘Booktrailer,’ early 1950s. In 1949, the trailer made its first scheduled stop at Dame School on Concord Heights.

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    A Concord police officer issues bicycle licenses for youngsters, circa 1949.

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    Visiting Nurse entry in the Memorial Day parade in Concord, May 30, 1965.

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    Mayor Charles Davie shaking hands with firemen outside a Concord School, 1960s.

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    Crowds line the streets for a Memorial Day parade in Concord, May 30, 1965.