The Granite State's first mall was located 4.2 miles north of the Massachusetts State Line, in sales-tax-free New Hampshire. It was one of many Woolco-anchored, mid-tier malls built across the United States during the 1960s and '70s. Mass-based Almy's co-anchored the facility. Their NASHUA store was the chain's ninth branch.


NASHUA MALL & PLAZA TENANTS 1976:

IN NASHUA MALL:
WOOLCO (with Red Coach Grill) / ALMY'S / Al Ouellette Hammond Organs / Anderson-Little / Bank of New Hampshire / Balsam's Card & Gift Center / CVS Drug / Castro Convertible / Davidson's Travel Service / Docktor Pet Center / Fanny Farmer Candies / Field's Hosiery / Friendly Ice Cream Shop / Rooks / Insight Optical / Household Finance / Karten's Jewelers / Leather Gallery / Morse Shoe Store / Nashua Mall Barber Shop / Nashua Mall Cinema I & II (outparcel) / Nashua Mall Tobacconist / Nugent's / Paperback Booksmith / Players / Singer Sewing Center / Thom McAn Shoes / Touraine

IN NASHUA PLAZA:
ALEXANDER'S supermarket / MONTGOMERY WARD (shadow anchor) / Alexander's Bakery / Beaconway Fabrics / Bike Shoppe / Craft Connection / Mr. Brianci's Restaurant & Pub / Cash & Carry Cleaners / Child World Toys / Gloria Stevens / Henderson Whaland, Incorporated / Heritage Gallery / Pink Powder Puff / Nashua Plaza Laundromat / Male Shop / Nature Food Centre / Olan Mills Studio / Radio Shack / Tech Hi-Fi / Town & Country Pharmacy / Topiary