In 2005, James Wagner revived efforts to preserve the Brown Company Research and Development Building. Under his direction, in partnership with the board of directors of the Northern Forest Heritage Park (NFHP) and Tri-County Community Action Program (TCCAP), Brownfield grants were obtained to begin environment cleanup of the building. In 2010, the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance placed the Brown Company Research and Development Building on its Seven to Save list.
Exhibit research and text by Professor Linda Upham-Bornstein
For more information on the exhibit and related research please contact:
Linda Upham-Bornstein, History, Heritage and Culture Coordinator at (603) 535-3282, or luphambornstein@Plymouth.edu
Thaddeus C. Guldbrandsen, Director, Center for Rural Partnerships, Plymouth State University at (603) 535-3276, or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit plymouth.edu/rural
Catherine S. Amidon, Curator, Museum of the White Mountains, at (603) 535-2646 or email@example.com or visit plymouth.edu/museum-of-the-white-mountains/
A special thank you to the individuals and institutions who have helped to make this exhibition possible:
Rebecca Weeks Sherrill More
Thaddeus C. Guldbrandsen, Director, Center for Rural Partnerships, Plymouth State University
Susan Jarosz, Michael J. Spinelli, Jr. Center for University Archives and Special Collections, Lamson Library, Plymouth State University
All of the photographs in this exhibit are from Beyond Brown Paper, Michael J. Spinelli Jr. Center for University Archives and Special Collections, Herbert H. Lamson Library and Learning Commons, Plymouth State University, beyondbrownpaper.plymouth.edu/
Exhibit Design by Lisa Lundari, True Colors
This program was funded in part by the Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.