New Hampshire Can't Afford to Maintain its Landmarks

Posted on: November 9th, 2007 by Preservation magazine

Robert Frost’s farm in Derry, N.H.UPDATE: In June 2007, the state of New Hampshire established a Bureau of Historic Sites, which will oversee funding for the state's landmarks. As for the Frost Farm's roof, trustee Laura Burnham says, "We have not fixed it yet, but we have the money. Hopefully within the next month or so, they’ll be dealing with the roof issue. Things are definitely looking up."

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