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Harlakenden House, Cornish, NH.jpg

Harlakenden, located in Cornish, New Hampshire, was the residence of American novelist Winston Churchill, and was also the Summer White House of Woodrow Wilson from 1913 until 1915.[1] It was destroyed by fire in 1923.


  1. ^ Wade, M; Tracy, S.P.; Wood, D.C. (1976). A brief history of Cornish,1763-1974. for the Town of Cornish by University Press of New England. ISBN 978-0-87451-129-1.