The purpose of the Claremont New Hampshire Historical Society (herafter Claremont Historical Society or CHS) is to:
The Claremont Historical Society was founded in 1963. It has been headquartered at 26 Mulberry Street since 1977, when Mary Patten left the Society her antiques and home in memory of Ruth Porter Newell and Dr. Harman Newell, whose home was located at 26 Mulberry Street for many years. The Society has kept the house as a museum to Claremont History ever since, and has received many donations over the years. The holdings have enriched other sites in town, including the Opera House and the Common Man.
The Claremont History Museum is currently closed for restoration. If you would like to help restore the museum and preserve Claremont's history, please join as a member, make a donation, or volunteer.
You may contact us using the information below:
Claremont Historical Society
PO Box 973
Claremont, NH 03743
President: Wayne McElreavy (phone), email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Secretary: Dakin Burdick (812-391-2976), email email@example.com.
Last updated Aug. 10, 2022.