Other Local Sources
The sources listed below are frequently used histories of the town of Plymouth and also Plymouth State. Please note that there are circulating copies of these items, as well as Special Collections copies.
The Plymouth Historical Society website has much historical and genealogical information about the town. The Society’s collection of photographs of Plymouth residents and buildings can be viewed at their location on Court Street in Plymouth.
On This Spot, the Plymouth, NH Historic Site Walking Tour, was created by the Plymouth State University Public History Class and the Plymouth Historical Society.
The histories of the town of Plymouth and of the school have long been intertwined, and information sources that cover one often also cover the other. For more sources, visit the History of PSU page.
New Hampshire Sanborn Maps are a collection of historical maps of towns and cities giving detailed information on structures and building location for insurance purposes.
Coffey’s Drug Store, adjacent to the Draper-Maynard Building
Rollins Building, Main Street