New Hampshire Historical Records Survey Archives

NEW HAMPSHIRE

The New Hampshire Historical Records Survey was established in 1936. In 1939, when state sponsorship became mandatory, the University of New Hampshire assumed control. Upon termination of the project in 1942, the unpublished materials were transferred to the University of New Hampshire Library, the Smyth Public Library, and the New Hampshire State Library. During its existance, the HRS produced thirty-five publications for New Hampshire. [SEE also District of Columbia, Library of Congress Manuscript Division for additional New Hampshire Historical Records Survey materials].

New Hampshire State Library
20 Park Street
Concord NH 03301
[Historical Records Survey, New Hampshire, 1936-1943]
1 cubic foot
STATE PROJECT
Transcripts of Cemetery Inscriptions

Smyth Public Library
Box 306 RFD 1
Manchester, NH 03104
[Editor’s Note: This is in Candia NH]
[Historical Records Survey, New Hampshire, 1936-1943]
3 cubic feet
NATIONAL PROJECTS
American Imprints Survey

University of New Hampshire
Dimond Library
Special Collections
Durham, NH 03824
New Hampshire Historical Records Survey, 1936-1943
13 cubic foot
Unpublished guide available
NATIONAL PROJECTS
Inventory of County Records*
Inventory of Municipal Records*
Inventory of Church Records*
American Imprints Survey
American Portraits Survey
Manscripts Survey
Newspapers Survey
Paintings and Statuary Survey
STATE PROJECTS
Report of the 1930 Census of New Hampshire Population Study
Survey of Indian Relics [Native American]

From The WPA Historical Records Survey; a guide by Loretta L. Hefner

My thanks to Linda Stufflebeam at Empty Branches on the Family Tree for bringing this publication to my attention.