We are pleased to announce that we have begun a new, statewide photography project, New Hampshire Architecture: Buildings that have Survived 200 Years or Longer.
Current NHSPA members are in the process of researching and photographing structures (buildings, barns, churches, forts, covered bridges, etc.) in each NH town/city that were constructed in 1823 or earlier.
Our goal is to photograph each building from the street. We may also photograph detail shots of the exterior / interior architecture. Photography for this project will take place from June 1, 2022 to May 31, 2023.
If you have a building that is 200 or more years old, please contact our president, Ian Raymond (firstname.lastname@example.org). We’d love to include it in our project.
The project will culminate in an exhibit. We’ll share details about that in the coming months!
Members may find more information on our private Facebook group, and files here under our private tab “Statewide Photography Projects.” The public may follow along on our public Facebook page, and updates will also be posted here.
Photos of the historic Belknap Mill in Laconia ©Ian Raymond