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19th Century Manufacturing Facilities
The South Main Street corridor is an area with a rich history of manufacturing often developed by prominent local entrepreneurs and social figures.
Agricultural Resources Survey
Barns and related agricultural outbuildings once dominated the landscape around Concord. While many have been lost, Concord is fortunate in that there are still many fine specimens scattered around the City.
The significant history and physical evolution of the Concord Municipal Airport as well as the architecture and history of properties along Airport Road are documented.
NH Bindery Recordation Report
This recordation report is a descriptive and photographic record of the buildings at 43 and 45 South Main Street, which were demolished for commercial development in the summer of 2012.
Concord has a rich legacy of education buildings – a history that goes back into the early 19th century.
Tannery - Penacook Mill
The Penacook Mill has both historical associations with the textile industry in New Hampshire and for its architectural and engineering significance.
These reports and surveys include various buildings and areas within Concord.