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Hollis Historical Society [NH]

"Our purpose is to stimulate interest in the history of Hollis, New Hampshire, to acquire and preserve memorabilia and historical data significant to the Town of Hollis, to present interesting and informative programs for our members and friends, and to maintain the Ruth E. Wheeler House." The Hollis Historical Society maintains two museums, the Wheeler House - which is a historic house museum focusing on life in Hollis in the early 20th century, and the Always Ready Engine House, which focuses on the history of firefighting in Hollis and firefighting technology.

The site offers historical information regarding the society, visitor information for the two museums, historical resources available for purchase, and genealogical information.

 
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