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Museum director

Rosalind Putney Hanson, museum director. President Hopkinton Woman's Club, 1977-1979; historian Congressional Church, 1980; horticultural advisor Hopkinton Gardeners, 1978; volunteer history facilator Learning Institute New. England College, Henniber, New Hampshire; Member Hopkinton Woman's Club.

Background

Hanson, Rosalind Putney was born on April 4, 1914 in Nelson, New Hampshire, United States. Daughter of Ira A. and Bessie B. (Barker) Putney.

Education

Bachelor, University New Hampshire, 1936. Postgraduate, Simmons College, 1965.

Career

Social studies teacher Northwood (New Hampshire) Academy, 1939. Business and English teacher Vermont Business College, Montpelier, Vermont, 1940. Library North Weymouth (Massachusetts) Public Library., 1965-1975.

Director, president New Hampshire Antiquarian Society and Museum, Hopkinton, 1982-1990. Retired, 1990.

Membership

President Hopkinton Woman's Club, 1977-1979. Historian Congressional Church, 1980. Horticultural advisor Hopkinton Gardeners, 1978.

Volunteer history facilator Learning Institute New. England College, Henniber, New Hampshire. Member Hopkinton Woman's Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening, dressmaking.

Connections

Married Gordon B. Hanson. Children: Bruce, Roger L., Janice H.

father:
Ira A. Putney

mother:
Bessie B. (Barker) Putney

spouse:
Gordon B. Hanson

child:
Bruce Hanson

child:
Roger L. Hanson

child:
Janice H. Hanson