P.O. Box 8232, Portsmouth, NH 03802-8232

 email: FPHL@lighthouse.cc

Our Major Donors

Pat and Kaye Heffernan

Norm and Cyne Bosse

John and Donna Bedard

Paul and Barbara Kohl

David and Coleen McKee

These companies have been generous supporters of our efforts.

We urge you to support them!

- New England Photos: 35mm film photography by Bedard Photo.

- New England Ghost Project - Is your house haunted? Do you need assistance in dealing with the paranormal? Who are you going to call?

- Alan Claude, Graphic Artist - The Maine Lighthouse Collection Series by award-winning graphic artist Alan Claude is a dramatic and bold interpretation of Maine lighthouses and their surrounding environments.

- Tugboat Alley nautical gifts and apparel: Located at 47 Bow Street on the waterfront in downtown Portsmouth.A wonderful selection of unique nautical gifts, jewelry and clothing, boat models, brass clocks, matted photos of tugboats & local scenes, ships-in-bottles, and much, much more.

- American Lawn Lights - Replicas of historic American lighthouses, built to order and American made with pride!

- Foggy Shoals - Home of custom-built Lighthouse 'works of art.'

- The Gallery of Randall J. Peterson - Commissioned Artwork Projects and a catalog of collectible artwork by Artist Randall J. Peterson

- Granite State Whale Watch - Expertly narrated whale watches departing twice daily from Rye Harbor, NH.

- The Isles of Shoals Steamship Company - Cruise aboard the M/V Thomas Laighton through historic Portsmouth Harbor to the legendary Isles of Shoals.

- Sagamore Lobster - Located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Sagamore Lobster has been selling live Maine lobsters for over 30 years.

- Sherwin-Williams Co. - Their local store has generously donated paint for the lighthouse.

- Hannaford Supermarkets - Great stores and a great friend to the community.

- Jim Gomes - Jim Gomes is recognized as one of the finest master masons in the state of Rhode Island. He's also one of the top lighthouse replica artists in the world.

- Image Arts etc. - Taking pictures to new dimensions.

- Craggy Coast - Unique products inspired by the craggy coast of New England.

- Lightdreamer.com - Photography by Ross Tracy.

- Ricci Construction Co. - Since 1935, Ricci Construction Company, Inc. of Portsmouth, New Hampshire has been a family owned firm servicing New England's construction needs.

- The Music Hall - An American Treasure for the Arts.

- Rochester Opera House - Local, regional, and national performances that appeal to all ages.

- Ogunquit Playhouse - America's Foremost Summer Theatre.

- Dos Amigos Burritos - The best spot for lunch in Portsmouth!

- Granite State Paranormal - These folks have investigated our lighthouse.

- McMenemy's Restaurant & Pub - In downtown Portsmouth.

- The Duda Spa - A refuge of total relaxation and style.

- The Portsmouth Tea Company - Small comforts from the heart.

- Robert's Maine Grill - The best local ingredients prepared with a traditional Maine influence.

- Bob's Clam Hut - Legendary for serving the best fried clams (scallops, haddock, shrimp, lobster rolls, chowder) anywhere.

- Barone's Steak Shack - Cheesesteak connoisseurs!

- Divine Café & Grille - Vegetarian fare in Exeter, NH.

- York's Wild Kingdom & Amusement Park - Something to offer every member of the family.

- The Friendly Toast - A unique tradition in downtown Portsmouth.

- The Black Trumpet Bistro - A two-story bistro and wine bar in the heart of Portsmouth's historic old port.

- The Library Restaurant - Traditional New England fare, surrounded by architectural treasures of an era gone by.

- Weathervane Seafood Restaurants - New Hampshire Magazine's 2008 Best Of New Hampshire's readers' poll winner for clam chowder and onion rings!

- Lindt - Master Swiss chocolatier.


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