The Museum of the White Mountains preserves and promotes the unique history, culture, and environmental legacy of the region, and provides unique collections-based, archival, and digital learning resources serving researchers, students, and the public. Over 4,00 selected materials are digitized and included in the digital collection.
Images in the archives digital collections are copyrighted by Plymouth State University unless otherwise noted. Images may be used for personal research or non-profit educational purposes without prior permission. Publication or commercial use of any image or the accompanying data requires prior written permission from the copyright holder. To inquire about permissions or to request an image file contact the Lamson Library Reference Desk, Plymouth State University at email@example.com or 603-535-2455.
Notice and Takedown Policy
You have grounds to request material be taken down if you believe that material in the collection:
To submit a request, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org that includes:
When a request is received, Archives staff will:
We will seek to resolve the issue to satisfaction of all parties.
The Brown Company Collection documents much of the history of the Brown Company of Berlin, New Hampshire from the late nineteenth century through the mid-1960s. This collection provides access to images that depict work activity ranging from the felling of trees to the final manufacture of pulp and paper in Berlin and Gorham. This is an educational resource that chronicles engineering projects, mill construction, equipment installation, as well as the social, cultural, and recreational lives of the workers, their families, and Berlin itself. The Brown Company digital images currently represent a small portion of the entire collection.
The Draper and Maynard (D&M) Collection houses hundreds of original artifacts from the former D&M Sporting Goods factory, located in Plymouth, New Hampshire on the campus on Plymouth State University. The collection documents D&M’s contribution to the world of professional sport and the Plymouth community, and the items have been donated or loaned by PSU alumni, living relatives of the Maynard family and supportive citizens.
The photographs in the McGoldrick Collection were taken in the summer of 1886 by Charles D. Kennedy, a 3rd Lieutenant on the U.S. Revenue Cutter Bear. Composed of shots that document their cruise, the collection contains a variety of subjects, people, and locations. They describe the diversity that the sailors on the ships experienced along the coast of Alaska and Russian Siberia.
The Campus Publications Collection includes periodicals published by the college from its days as Plymouth Normal School up through the present. It contains a wealth of information on campus events, as well as student, faculty and alumni news. In most cases the full text of these periodicals is searchable. Publications include:
The Plymouth Yearbook Collection makes the PSU yearbooks publicly accessible online. Inclusive years are 1922, 1924-2017. This collection is searchable using the search box at the top of the page, and browsable by subject terms on the left side of the page. Yearbook material may be printed or downloaded as needed.