This is the original guest book from the web site milfordpictures.com It was started in 2000 and contains hundreds of entries from over 10 years.
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Gayle Lorden Wade
What a great idea. I was born and raised in Milford and have nothing but the most fond memories of Milford. I grew up there in very safe times, in the 50's. I used to walk my baby sister to Jims Store every day after school. I'll never forget the penny candy section. My sister suggested that we put a picture of Lorden Lumber (my father and his brothers company) on line. We still have it. Dave Nichols and I live in the same town of Durham and only recently discovered it. I went to school with him. Thanks for the memories.
Win & Judy Kittredge
Great Idea.Been Milford residents for many years. Now in Canaan, Vt.Still love Milford history.
Leona Philbrick Vallier
What an impressive site.Great work, and I enjoy the walks down memory lane.Thankyou
Very interesting photos. They brought back many pleasant memories - nostalgia time. I was born in Milford, NH and, during the late 40s and early 50's, attended Milford's Junior and Senior High Schools.
I recognized many of the people in Ed Romney's photos - were we ever so young looking? The photos of gone-by buildings are a real treasure - French & Healds, The White Elephant Shop, The Milford Inn, etc.
It is great that you have created this website. Thanks for your efforts.
I currently reside in Fort Washington, MD - a suburb SE of Washington, DC.
seeking information on Charles S. Emerson and his brother Harry Emerson who it seems donated the land for Emerson Park in Milford, NH. I believe I am related to them and want to find birth and death dates and other vital stats.