our current projects

the PHOTO ID project

The Upper Pemigewasset Historical Society's archives holds more than 10,000 images. Many of these photos contain unidentified artifacts, people, locations, events, happenings, and/or time periods from the Upper Pemigewasset Region. 

Throughout the week, we share photos on our Facebook page and ask our followers and the public to help provide any information that can lead to the identification of any element in these photographs.

This project is part of the UPHS's ongoing effort to collect, preserve, and share the Upper Pemigewasset Region's history.

the YEARBOOK project

The Upper Pemigewasset Historical Society has a large number of Lin-Wood Public School yearbooks, but not all of them. In addition our effort to complete our collection, we will be scanning these yearbooks and making them available on the internet.

If you have a LWPS yearbook that you no longer want or need, please consider donating it to our archives. We are eager to complete our collection and offer the yearbooks online as a digital collection.

If you aren't interested in parting with your yearbook permanently, but would be willing to loan it to us so we can scan it to our digital collection, please contact us.


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the ORAL HISTORY project

The Upper Pemigewasset Historical Society has an on-going historical preservation project dedicated to creating an Oral History of the Upper Pemigewasset Region. We are preserving history by interviewing residents and recording them on video in an effort to capture and save our community's history.

This is an opportunity for residents of all ages to join in and be involved in making history. We invite you to participate in this project, whether you're a resident with stories to share, a history enthusiast, or simply curious about our collective heritage.

If you'd like to be involved, please contact us.

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