Working at Steve’s Diner – Thoughts on my years of working at Steve’s Diner, 113 Elm Street, Manchester, NH starting in the mid 1970’s.
Chair of Manchester Studies honoree. John Patrick Jordan was awarded the honor of having a chair, located in the New Hampshire room of the Carpenter Memorial Library, named after him.
Old Friends – October 14, 2015 – Manchester Millyard Wall of Fame Exibit. Source: Manchester Union Leader, October 19, 2015. Photographer: Thomas Roy
Chair of Manchester Studies – John Patrick Jordan has a chair named after him at the Carpenter Memorial Library in the New Hampshire Room. Source: Manchester Union Leader, “In the City” column by John Clayton, February 19, 2001.
Daniel Connor was a very interesting person in Manchester history. He owned a lot of land, farmed and raised livestock. On September 5, 1879, the Manchester newspaper carried a listing in the Police Court article that read: “Daniel Connor appeared for allowing his hogs to run loose on Merrimack Common. He was fined $5.00 plus cost.”
For more about Daniel Daniel Connor and his contribution to Manchester NH. Click on the link below