New Hampshire Architecture: An Illustrated Guide

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UPNE, 1979 - Architecture - 393 pages
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In 1979 Bryant F. Tolles, Jr., and Carolyn K. Tolles lovingly researched New Hampshire’s architectural treasures and selected the nearly four hundred extraordinary buildings described and illustrated in New Hampshire Architecture. Even twenty-five years later most of these structures still exist. Concise, interesting, and accurate written descriptions and maps accompany clear illustrations of churches, old mills, barns, mansions, libraries, and schools. Tourists and residents alike will be pleased to find the book, long out-of-print, is available once more.
 

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Contents

Northwood Center 4 Newmarket
5
Portsmouth 7 New Castle 34 Isles of Shoals
36
Hampton Falls 55 Newton 57 Kensington 58 Kingston
54
Fremont 60 Raymond 61 Chester 62 Sandown
62
Atkinson 64 Salem 65 Windham 66 Derry
68
Manchester 73 Bedford 87 Merrimack
89
Hollis 97 Amherst 98 Milford 101 Wilton
108
Hancock 112 Francestown
114
Concord 201 Bow Center 218 Dunbarton
220
Center Strafford 225 Durham 226 Dover
243
Gilmanton 247 Tilton 249 Sanbomton
257
Wolfeboro 261 Wakefield 261 Center
268
Campton 277 Plymouth 278 Holdemess
284
West Lebanon 286 Hanover 287 Lyme 297 Orford
298
Wentworth 305 Warren 306 Haverhill
307
Bethlehem
314

Stoddard 123 Nelson 124 Harrisville
125
laffrey Center 128 Jaffrey 130 Rindge
131
Walpole 150 Alstead
158
Langdon 163 Charlestown 164 Claremont
175
Cornish Center 176 Newport 177 Unity 179 Acworth
181
Bradford 185 Newbury 186 New London
189
Webster 196 Warner 197 Henniker
197
Carroll 321 Whitefteld 322 Lancaster
323
Bibliography
331
Appendixes
351
Glossary of Architectural Terms
369
Index of Towns and Cities with Counties
381
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About the author (1979)

BRYANT F. TOLLES, JR., is professor emeritus of history and art history at the University of Delaware. He has written and edited many books, including Summer Cottages in the White Mountains, Resort Hotels of the Adirondacks, and Summer by the Seaside: The Architecture of New England Coastal Resort Hotels.

CAROLYN K. TOLLES has worked in the nonprofit development field for over twenty-five years, commencing with Historic Salem, Massachusettes, Inc. where she had extensive exposure to historic architecture. Currently, she is a development officer at Crhistiana Care Health System, Wilmington, Delaware.

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