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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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Concord, New Hampshire Reporter, Columnist, Civic Leader and Legislative Historian: Leon William Anderson (1902-1983)

Leon W. “Andy” Anderson came from humble, blue collar beginnings, but his personal drive to understand the meaning behind political events, led him to become a noted New Hampshire historian.  I was first introduced to his name, when I browsed … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Storyteller, Reporter, Producer, Author and What-Not: Fred Minot "Fritz" Wetherbee II (1936-Still Living)

He describes himself as “a ridiculous, eccentric, little bald man with a lot of energy and, if my mail is any … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Premier Newpaper Family: The McQuaids

This is a story about a family with “a fire in the belly” for news. For four documented generations (and possibly more), the McQuaid family have been newspapermen–publishers, editors, reporters, telegraphers, and journalists… Continue reading

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