The Cooper-Dwinell House

94 Bank Street

The Cooper-Dwinell House image: Built in 1901 for a banker named Charles Cooper, this house is an excellent example of the Colonial Revival style, characterized by freely combined details of the Georgian and Federal styles with Queen Anne influence as well.

From 1943 to 1987, it was the home of Lane Dwinell, the 69th Governor of the State of New Hampshire.

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