On August 22 1919 a motion at the Department Executive Committee voted to deny a charter at this time for West Manchester Post, and when Sweeney Post 2 obtained a thousand members, the city would be subdivided along geographical and a charter would be issued for another post .

On September 11, 1919 The Department Executive Committee Approved a motion that the City of Manchester , New Hampshire would be divided geographically by the Merrimac river allowing a post to be charterd on the west side.

William H Justras Post 43 on September 12, 1919 was issued a temporary charter

Photograph is the original Post Home which was located on the corners of McGreor and Avery

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