The Spaulding Brothers


January 03. 2014 4:14PM

Huntley N. Spaulding - Rochester, New Hampshire 







Rochester Toll Plaza
Rochester, NH

Marker Number: 42
Name and date established: Rochester 1966

Description: At nearby Rochester were the homes of the Spaulding brothers, Huntley N. (1869 to 1955) and Rolland H. (1873 to 1942). Both served ably as governors of New Hampshire and in other important posts of public service. They were among the foremost industrialists and philanthropists of their times.

Location: Located at the Rochester Toll Plaza, in a service area north of the plaza, adjacent to the northbound lanes of the Spaulding Turnpike.
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