The Portsmouth Historic House Associates
10th Annual “Life and Death
in the Piscataqua Region”
Saturday, February 8, 2014
(snow date, February 15), 10 am to 3 pm
St. John’s Lodge Masonic Temple
351 Middle Street
(corner of Miller Avenue and Middle Street),
Tickets in advance $10; $15 at the door.
Event fills up quickly!
Includes program of four speakers,
continental breakfast and lunch of
homemade soup, bread and dessert.
Raffle and sale of additional items
from PHHA members
For more info, click here
Discover a kinship with Portsmouth’s past
in nine, centuries-old historic houses,
some of the most important in America.
Within these architectural treasures,
a multitude of rooms with authentic
antique furnishings reveal poignant stories
of family life in a thriving seaport community.
Seafaring merchants, enterprising women,
military heroes, politicians, skilled craftsmen,
domestic servants, Blacks, and new immigrants
are some of the characters
in the stories of these houses:
Rundlet-May House, Gov. John Langdon House, Moffatt-Ladd House, John Paul Jones House,
Wentworth-Gardner House, Wentworth Coolidge Mansion, Tobias Lear House, Warner House, Jackson House and Strawbery Banke Museum