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The Wonalancet Company of Nashua New Hampshire and its founder Harry Harmon Blunt (1875-1923)

The Wonalancet Company was founded in Nashua New Hampshire, incorporated in 1905 by Harry Harmon Blunt (not the Henry H. Blount as is printed in some sources). This company was an important cotton importing house in its day, specializing in … Continue reading

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Nashua, New Hampshire’s Newspaperman and Advertising Executive: Charles Frederick Goldthwaite (1882-1943)

Charles Frederick Goldthwaite was a distinguished son of Nashua. His parents, Charles Alvin & Etta F. (Shedd) Goldthwaite were local people, married in Nashua. He grew up and was educated in the Nashua schools. The photograph seen here probably was … Continue reading

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2014 Laconia (NH) Motorcycle Week With a Bit of History

Motorcycle Week has been a part of New Hampshire’s history for ninety-eight years, more or less.  The event grew out of the Gypsy Tours (unofficially began in 1916) and evolved into today’s very popular Laconia Motorcycle Week.  In 2014 the … Continue reading

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New Hampshire: Subliminal Advertising Whoas

Question: How do you advertise tourism in the State of New Hampshire? 

Answer: carefully

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1801 Advertising

United States Oracle, September 26, 1801 – W. Treadwell & Co. of Portsmouth NH advertises books, including “Mavoir's Collection of … Continue reading

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