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Rolland H. Spaulding

Rolland Harty Spaulding
55th Governor of New Hampshire
In office
January 1, 1915 – January 2, 1917
Preceded by Samuel D. Felker
Succeeded by Henry W. Keyes
Personal details
Born March 15, 1873
Townsend, Massachusetts
Died March 14, 1942 (aged 68)
Rochester, New Hampshire
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Vera Going

Rolland Harty Spaulding (March 15, 1873 – March 14, 1942) was an American manufacturer and Republican politician. He was elected Governor of New Hampshire in 1914, where he served one term.

Early life and education

Rolland Harty Spaulding was the third son of Jonas Spaulding and Emeline Cummings. He was born in 1873 in Townsend Harbor, Massachusetts, where his father and uncle had a fiberboard mill. His father founded a mill at Rochester, New Hampshire and moved his family there. The young Spaulding was educated at Phillips Academy, (class of 1893).

Career

With his two older brothers, Rolland Spaulding joined their father in the family business, renamed J. Spaulding and Sons, which ran mills to produce leatherboard (typically produced by pulping and compressing scrap leather and wood pulp). In addition to mills in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, that his father had founded, Rolland and his brothers Leon C. and Huntley N. Spaulding, built one in Tonawanda, New York, which became the largest.

Rolland Spaulding became a prominent businessman, working with his father and brothers in the family industry. Their family-owned company manufactured fiberboard, later adding a type of resin laminate named Spauldite® (to compete with Bakelite) and fiberglass tubing to their product lines.

Spaulding became active in Republican Party state politics. He was elected Governor in 1914, but declined to run for

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