• The Haverhill Heritage Commission is currently seeking donations to help replenish our weak treasury and enable us to proceed with current and future plans for protecting and promoting the heritage of the town of Haverhiil and it's many villages, all of which have their individual and unique heritage and historical features.
  • How can you, as an individual, without a specific target for your donation, help? Simply send your check for any amount, made out to: Haverhill Heritage Commission, c/o Jim Hobbs, P.O. Box 133, 56 Ridge Drive, North Haverhill, NH 03774-0133. The commission thanks you in advance!
  • What are some of our projects?
  • #1 We have supplied a kiosk for use as an information center in the new Railroad Park
  • #2 We are formulating plans to make the property where the John Hazen house, the first wood framed house in Haverhill (No. Haverhill) was built, into a park for public use. The property is on the meadow, by the Connecticut river, on 2.67 acreas of land.
  • #3 Purchase, refurbish and maintain a caboose by the old railroad station (The Party Store).
  • #4 To place markers on two historica sites by the Conn. river adjoining Railroad Park. One for the brick foundation of the original pumphouse for the Roundhouse ... and one for the flagstone foundation of the old machine shop that was located on the bank adjoining the roundhouse. All HHC activities, including the minutes can be viewed by clicking the HHC link below.
  • SPECIAL ALUMNI DONATION PLEA ... Many of your fellow alumni are, or have been, active members of the commission, including Shirley Page Cobb. View the minutes for other members ... http://www.whitemountainbiz.com/HHC.html Please forward this to anyone who isn't on classmates.com. We plan on making this the most active commission yet ... with your help. Below are ways you, or anyone else, can help................
  • Honorable mention should be given to Rollie Moore who located the "1899" elementary school marker. This historic granite marker has been missing for about fifty years and Rollie found it in the Hancock creek and had it removed and storing it for future placement in Railroad Park. There we will erect a "Memory Wall" of 12" x 6" granite blocks. This will be a rectangular foundation to hold the 1899 marker. Each granite block will be personalized with names of donators, clubs, doctors, lawyers, pets, etc. The cost of individual granite blocks is $125.00. see application by clicking here....GRANITE MEMORY BLOCK FORM
  • Alumni who wish to make a donation for a specific school class year ... smaller than $125.00 can send any amount asking for it to go toward a granite block for your class year. We will see to it!!!!