For over 70 years a vault was locked at The NH State House in Concord and it's contents were way better than anything Geraldo Rivera found in Al Capone's.

War bond receipts from The Civil War? That's amazing! According to this WMUR-TV report, the vault was used as a storage locker for many records, photos and posters spanning through the last two centuries.

A true treasure for any Granite State history fanatic!

Certainly far more interesting than ANYTHING that was 'discovered' in the infamous vault in the video below.

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