Coming soon - - -

A New Exhibit at the Salyards Center for the Arts


Go to "Salyards Center for the Arts" to learn more.

Regularly scheduled
Conway Historical Society meetings

Next Meeting:

When: Second Tuesday of the month (see below)
The snow date for each program is the following Tuesday,
same time and place!

Where: The Salyards Center For The Arts
110 Main Street, Conway, NH

What: - -
Another 3-part series - -
This one is on
World War One - -
and its meaning for the Conway Community.

New Hampshire participated in World War One by providing over 20,000 men for military service, investing $75,465,890 in the first four Liberty Loans, supplying 150,000 members of the Red Cross and contributing $935,000 to that organization’s work.

When World War I ended, the New Hampshire legislature took action to recognize those who died. $500,000 was set aside for a joint venture with the State of Maine to build a Memorial Bridge across the Piscataqua River, between Portsmouth (NH) and Kittery (ME). This 1,200-feet long bridge was opened to the public in August of 1923.

In 1919 the New Hampshire legislature voted to have a bronze memorial tablet created and placed in the State House. It bears the 697 names of New Hampshire residents who died in the military, naval or auxiliary services of the United States or any of the Allied countries.


** April 11
Conway During World War I.

Who are those people listed on the war memorials?

May 9
News & Views of World War I

** June 13
Movies & Music of World War I

Pequawket House, Conway circa WW I

Kearsarge House, North Conway circa WWI


Save the dates -
Conway Historical Society monthly program
every 2nd Tuesday

(The snow date for each program is the following Tuesday,
same time and place!)

Conway Historical Society
PO Box 1949, Conway , NH 03818


Come, bring a friend,
but most important, bring yourself!


I often say of George Washington
that he was one of the few
in the whole history of the world
who was not carried away by power.
Robert Frost

A truly American sentiment recognizes
the dignity of labor
and the fact that
honor lies in honest toil.
Grover Cleveland

History is not a burden on the memory
but an illumination of the soul.
Lord Acton

Human history becomes more and more
a r
ace between
education and catastrophe.
H. G. Wells

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** - this symbol indicates a Potluck dinner which begins at 6 PM
with regular meetings and presentations at 7 PM

All programs are open to the public and take place at

is located at
110 Main Street
Conway, New Hampshire

The Salyards is available to the public
for rental for private and public events.
(Click the Salyards logo to get more information.)

We are proud to introduce the
Corporate Sponsors
of the
Conway Historical Society.

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Conway Historical Society
100 Main Street / P.O. Box 1949
Conway, New Hampshire 03818