The town history collection is located in the main reference room on the first floor. It is open to the public during regular library hours. The materials in this collection do not circulate. Included in this collection is approximately 50 town histories, mostly from New Hampshire donated in 1954 by Miss Ethel Muzzy. Additionally, we hold the complete set of The Antrim Reporter donated by Mrs. H. W. Eldredge.
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Digitized Books on Antrim, NH
By: Cochrane, W.R. (Warren Robert)
Publication Date: 1880
Publisher: Manchester, NH: Mirror Steam Printing Press
Digitizing Sponser: MSN
Contributor: Cornell University Library
By: John Milton Whiton
Publication Date: 1852
Publisher: Concord, NH: McFarland & Jenks
Digitizing Sponser: Internet Archives
Contributor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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