The Nashua Historical Society
Preserving the Past for the Future



Nashua Past and Present

Here are a few photographs of Nashua, past & present.
Click on a photograph for a larger view (where available).
The photographs shown here are property of the Nashua Historical Society
and are not to be reproduced without consent.

A current View of Nashua's 1888, Soldiers and Sailors Monument.
It honors the men who served and died for their country
during the Civil War.

Nashua's current City Hall

Clocktower Place (Apartments) Formerly,
The Nashua Manufacturing Company Mills.
General John G. Foster Monument is located at
Orange and Lock Streets. He was a local hero of the
Mexican and American War.

He served in the Civil War with distinction.
In 1881 Joseph Thornton Greeley bequeathed his farm to the
City of Nashua to be used as public recreational space.

Greeley Park today, is considered one of Nashua's treasures.
The Odd-Fellows building, today