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Frank W. Rollins

Frank West Rollins
47th Governor of New Hampshire
In office
January 5, 1899 – January 3, 1901
Preceded by George A. Ramsdell
Succeeded by Chester B. Jordan
President of the New Hampshire Senate
In office
1895–1897
Preceded by John McLane
Succeeded by Chester B. Jordan
Personal details
Born February 24, 1860
Concord, New Hampshire
Died October 27, 1915 (aged 55)
Concord, New Hampshire
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Katherine W. Pecker
Alma mater Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Harvard Law School
Profession Attorney

Frank West Rollins (February 24, 1860 – October 27, 1915) was an Old Home Week" intended to remind New Hampshiremen to return to their hometowns. This was in response to the large numbers of people moving to the Midwest (Minnesota in particular) because of the slow economy in the northeast at the time. He and his father started the investment banking firm of E.H. Rollins and Sons, which became one of the largest in the country by the crash of 1929. After the crash, it was very diminished and finally closed in the 1940s. New research shows that Rollins and Senator John Weeks collaborated on the founding of the National Forest Act of 1911, signed by the President William Howard Taft.

Rollins' 1890 mansion, the [[Gov. Frank West Rollins

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