Linda Upham-Bornstein (HPSSE, CRP) was appointed on October 18 to the New Hampshire State Historic Records and Advisory Board by Governor Margaret Hassan. Established in 1976, the NH SHRAB is the state level review board for grant applications submitted to the National Historical Publications and Records Commission [NHPRC]. The Board provides advice and assistance to prospective applicants for grant funds for preserving, managing and providing access to records. These proposals may be submitted by any public or private entity – municipal government, libraries, museums, or schools in the state of New Hampshire. Linda also presented a program for One Book One Valley with support from the New Hampshire Humanities Council: “The Metropolis of Northern New Hampshire: How an Industry Shaped a Region.” This program examines the causes and consequences of the rise and decline of New Hampshire’s pulp and papermaking industry. AND, Linda contributed Historical content and narrative portions to The Berlin Mural – A film by Kaleb Hart.