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|The picture shows a view of this 1927 Huntley N. Spaulding New Hampshire Governor Political Campaign Pin Back Button. It is a close view of a small pinback button. The actual button does not have the grainy image that is pictured. The front is marked as follows:|
HUNTLEY N. SPAULDING
The back side of this tin pin back button is imprinted with a Union mark and reads as follows:
THE AMERICAN ART WORKS
The pinback button measures 11/16'' wide. It is in near mint condition as pictured. Below here is some Historical reference information on Huntley N. Spaulding that was found:
Huntley N. Spaulding
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Huntley Nowel Spaulding
69th Governor of New Hampshire
In office: 1927 – 1929
Preceded by: John Gilbert Winant
Succeeded by: Charles W. Tobey
Born: October 29, 1869
Died: November 14, 1955
Political party: Republican
Huntley Nowel Spaulding (October 29, 1869 – November 14, 1955) was an American manufacturer and Republican politician from Rochester, New Hampshire. He was educated at Lawrence Academy at Groton, in Groton, Massachusetts, class of 1885, and later Phillips Exeter Academy, class of 1889. In 1927 he followed in the footsteps of his younger brother Roland, as the Governor of New Hampshire. Spaulding was known for his philanthropy in the fields of health and education. He served as president of the boards of trustees of Lawrence Academy and Tufts University. In 1944, the University of New Hampshire awarded Spaulding the Charles Holmes Pettee Memorial medal for distinguished service to his state and nation.
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