Source:Rogers, George B. Gilman House

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Source The Gilman house
being a history of the dwelling house erected in Exeter, New Hampshire, about 1740 by Dr. Dudley Odlin, occupied during three generations by the Gilman family and now by the gift of Dr. David Hunter McAlpin and Charles Williston McAlpin in the possession of the Phillips Exeter Academy
Author Rogers, George B. (George Blake)
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Surname Gilman, Odlin
Subject History
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Type Miscellaneous
Publisher New York Public Library Photographic Service
Date issued 1982
Place issued New York, New York
Citation
Rogers, George B. (George Blake). The Gilman house: being a history of the dwelling house erected in Exeter, New Hampshire, about 1740 by Dr. Dudley Odlin, occupied during three generations by the Gilman family and now by the gift of Dr. David Hunter McAlpin and Charles Williston McAlpin in the possession of the Phillips Exeter Academy. (New York, New York: New York Public Library Photographic Service, 1982).
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