Historical society investing $10M in its future

The project is part of a $10 million campaign that Dunlap estimates will take another two to three years to complete and could spur membership and attendance at the society’s physical museum and library in Concord. Dunlap said the society has raised about $4.5 million for the project so far. The money has been used to purchase new equipment and software, hire new staff and develop a future online home for the collection.


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