This building was the second Congregational Church to stand on this spot. The first (pictured) had been constructed in 1816 but was sold and moved to Nashua in 1845. Later that same year, this second church was built to accommodate the growing . . . — — Map (db m230496) HM
Built in 1889, the Grasmere Town Hall was
designed by noted Manchester architect
William W. Ireland, who created it in the
Queen Anne style popular at the time.
It was built not only as a meeting hall but
also a school (Schoolhouse #9). For . . . — — Map (db m162622) HM
In Memory of
Michael J. Kos
– #29 –
February 28, 1955 – August 2, 2007
Who served the Town of Goffstown faithfully for 23 years as a truck driver for the Department of Public Works as well as the Teamsters Local 633 as . . . — — Map (db m162623) HM
A Goffstown tradition since the 1930s, the popcorn stand was introduced to the town by Louis Prince, who originally operated the cart from the corner of South Mast Street and Wallace Road.
In 1944, the popcorn stand was taken over by "Popcorn . . . — — Map (db m230499) HM
Built in 1909, Memorial Library cost $14,000 to construct on land donated by prominent citizen Frank A. Parker. An ancient tavern (pictured) was moved down Elm St. to make way for the new library. The building gets its name from the memorial . . . — — Map (db m230500) HM