No place like an old home

September 1996
New Hampshire Business Review;9/13/96, Vol. 18 Issue 19, p25
Cites the 235-year-old-building in Keene, New Hampshire that may have been visited by Daniel Webster. Building currently housing GFI Professional Staffing Services.


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