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PHOTOS: Pierce Manse celebrates 40 years with a summer concert

  • Gary Sparks, a guide at the former home of Franklin Pierce and his family, gives a history lesson about the President to Nancee Donovan, left, a greeter at the Pierce Manse, during an open house in Concord on July 24, 2014. The New Hampshire Army National Guard 39th Army Band performed a summer concert on the lawn of the Pierce Manse to celebrate its 40 years of being open to the public.<br/><br/>(WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)

    Gary Sparks, a guide at the former home of Franklin Pierce and his family, gives a history lesson about the President to Nancee Donovan, left, a greeter at the Pierce Manse, during an open house in Concord on July 24, 2014. The New Hampshire Army National Guard 39th Army Band performed a summer concert on the lawn of the Pierce Manse to celebrate its 40 years of being open to the public.

    (WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)

  • Members of the New Hampshire Army National Guard 39th Army Band clap along to a song during their performance on the lawn of the Pierce Manse in Concord on July 24, 2014. The Pierce Manse was celebrating its 40 years of being open to the public.<br/><br/>(WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)

    Members of the New Hampshire Army National Guard 39th Army Band clap along to a song during their performance on the lawn of the Pierce Manse in Concord on July 24, 2014. The Pierce Manse was celebrating its 40 years of being open to the public.

    (WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)

  • From left, Sgt. Chaz Brinkerhoff, Sfc. Kevin Sawler, Sfc. Tara Fazekas and other members of the New Hampshire Army National Guard 39th Army Band walk to their positions at the start of a summer concert on the lawn of the Pierce Manse in Concord on July 24, 2014. The Pierce Manse was celebrating 40 years of being open to the public.<br/><br/>(WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)

    From left, Sgt. Chaz Brinkerhoff, Sfc. Kevin Sawler, Sfc. Tara Fazekas and other members of the New Hampshire Army National Guard 39th Army Band walk to their positions at the start of a summer concert on the lawn of the Pierce Manse in Concord on July 24, 2014. The Pierce Manse was celebrating 40 years of being open to the public.

    (WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)

  • Gary Sparks, a guide at the former home of Franklin Pierce and his family, gives a history lesson about the President to Nancee Donovan, left, a greeter at the Pierce Manse, during an open house in Concord on July 24, 2014. The New Hampshire Army National Guard 39th Army Band performed a summer concert on the lawn of the Pierce Manse to celebrate its 40 years of being open to the public.<br/><br/>(WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)
  • Members of the New Hampshire Army National Guard 39th Army Band clap along to a song during their performance on the lawn of the Pierce Manse in Concord on July 24, 2014. The Pierce Manse was celebrating its 40 years of being open to the public.<br/><br/>(WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)
  • From left, Sgt. Chaz Brinkerhoff, Sfc. Kevin Sawler, Sfc. Tara Fazekas and other members of the New Hampshire Army National Guard 39th Army Band walk to their positions at the start of a summer concert on the lawn of the Pierce Manse in Concord on July 24, 2014. The Pierce Manse was celebrating 40 years of being open to the public.<br/><br/>(WILL PARSON/Monitor staff)

The Pierce Manse in Concord celebrated 40 years of being open to public with an open house and a performance by the New Hampshire Army National Guard 39th Army Band on the lawn of the former home of the 14th President and his family on Thursday.

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