Since October 2011
Published monthly for the Walpole Community
Mailed to all residences in town
and On-Line here for the world

DEADLINE FOR the OCTOBER 2022 Issue –
SEPTEMBER 22, 2022

DID YOU KNOW THAT?
EXPLORATIONS INTO WALPOLE, NEW HAMPSHIRE HISTORY

Ten years of DYKT history from THE WALPOLE CLARION
111 articles with 268 images, 313 pages

$20 a copyCONTACT the CLARION to obtain your copy
below some sample pages

Please Note – depending upon the month, the CLARION closing deadline may vary from the 20th to 22nd of the preceding month. For a reminder of  upcoming deadlines, please sign up (see column to the right) for email notifications from this “blog”.

And, now on Facebook with more news and updates
please click here to visit, follow, and share

 

The Walpole Common – 3 June 2017

Aerial Photo by RAY BOAS

Just about perfect – 29 December 2016

dec29a

 

Click here for  images of leaves around town October 20, 2016 including a comparison with the image below

Looking at the Village from North Road – October 18, 2015

LP-3

Photo by Ray Boas

WALPOLE FROM THE AIR — While living in Walpole, researching the opening chapter of his novel HAWAII, James Michener called Walpole “the quintessential New England Village.”

Walpole-From-Air

You may click on the image for a larger size.

I took this video 19 September 2013 from the top of Walpole’s Town Hall. Probably my favorite stereo views (seen in my book – AS IT WAS…AND STILL IS – WALPOLE, NEW HAMPSHIRE) were taken from the Town House Observatory in 1874/5. Looking at those images, and the video below, not much has changed except the trees

And, this was fun to see
SNOW ATOP MT. ASCUTNEY – October 23, 2016
click on image for full panorama

mtascutney-2

 

 

4 Responses to

  1. Madeline Seney Helmer says:

    beautiful……takes me back home with great memories. Thanks

  2. Lovely paper!! And great photos!!

  3. Charles W Houghton says:

    I grew up in Walpole and consider it to have been a wonderful privilege that prepared me for a fulfilling life with good values. I’m pleased to discover this source of local information

  4. Andrew Galloway says:

    I remember living in Walpole during and just after WWII. My grandparents lived there as well as my great grandparents along with several uncles, aunts and first cousins. My first memories of life are from Walpole.

    These are wonderful pictures and bring back fond memories as well as one, not so fond memory.

    Thanks to all who made this website possible.

    We moved to Wilton NH after the war was over and that’s where we went to school and grew up. ♡

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s