Robert W. Flanders, New Hampshire 1972 moment please
Robert W. Flanders, New Hampshire 1972
Robert Winthrop Flanders Acting Governor, New Hampshire June 1972, Concord MonitorCaption: State Treasurer Robert W. Flanders of 268 N. Main St. looks up from his new desk in the governor's office. Flanders is acting governor this week because Gov. Peterson, House Speaker Marshall Cobleigh, and Secretary of State Robert L. Stark are all out of state. If Flanders decides to leave, the state will be without a governor until one of the other officials comes back.

Front Page of the Concord Monitor, Monday, June 5, 1972
Date & Place: at Concord Monitor in Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire United States of America
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This photo fits the story so well - how funny! I'm glad that you kept and shared this newspaper article.
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Robert Winthrop Flanders
Robert Winthrop Flanders of Concord, Merrimack County, NH was born on November 3, 1930 at Merrimack in Concord, and died at age 63 years old on May 18, 1994 in Merrimack.
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