Vintage New Hampshire Highway Hotel Keychains

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Vintage from the 1960s!
These keychains come from the Friendship Inn at the New Hampshire Highway Hotel in Concord, New Hampshire. They were originally used as guest keys at the hotel.
The hotel, just off Interstate 93, was built in 1951 and was a center for political gatherings in the lead-off presidential primary state. Among those who slept, ate, and headquartered their campaigns at the Highway Hotel were President Reagan, former Presidents Kennedy, Nixon, and Ford, Gov. Nelson Rockefeller and Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. The hotel burned down under suspicious circumstances in 1988.

    • We are not able to guarantee what hotel room number comes with the keychain
    • Expect to see wear and tear on these 50-year-old keychains
    • Two-sided design (image shows both sides)
    • Materials: plastic tag, metal key ring
    • Color: Orange
    • Length 3.5" 
    • Supplies are limited


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    Posted by Margie Lank on 27th Oct 2021

    I as aware that a specific key number could not be guaranteed so when I placed the order I said to complete the order only if I could have key number 61 . Another key number was sent. When I emailed that I had had explicitly said not to complete order if I couldn’t have #61 I never received a response.