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MHA Historic Preservation Awards

Manchester, the Primary & the Presidency

On Exhibit through February 20, 2016
Millyard Museum - Included with Regular Admission

JFK Victory Park

The exhibit, Manchester, the Primary & the Presidency is currently on display in the Fuller Gallery at the Millyard Museum.

The exhibit features over 100 images candidates through the years as they engaged with Manchester voters in their homes, on the streets and in the many iconic watering holes that are the lifeblood of so many campaigns.

Whether you are a Democrat, Republican or Independent, you're certain to see some of your favorite candidates - Kennedy, Nixon, Carter, Ford, Reagan, Bush, Obama - as they press the flesh with your friends and neighbors in their quest to win election to our nation's highest office. We believe Manchester is the crucible of the Presidential Primary process in New Hampshire, and with this exhibit, we demonstrate our pivotal role in American political history.

 

28th Annual Historic Preservation Awards

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A LOVELY AUTUMN MORNING CEMETERY TOUR AT MOUNT CALVARY CEMETERY

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Manchester Historic Association Is Open!

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