History of Sixty-Nine Main Street

69 Main Street

Historic or Common Name: Dr. D.B. Cutter House

Construction: early 1830s 

Description: 2½-story L house, 1-story rear ell, 1½-story east wing (replaced smaller one 1924-1941), 1-story west wing includes former connected carriage barn, 6/6 sash Fieldstone and granite block retaining wall

Notes: 1858 Dr. D.B. Cutter (to P. 1837). 1850 Cutter owner, total four families in building. 1892 Mrs. Cutter; Subdivided into tenements by 1911, then offices. 1930-53 Dr. Clark, 1948-81 Dr. Lee (1996 II:399). 

Contributing/Non Contributing: C[ontributing]

SOURCE: Driemeyer, Laura; Laprey, Kari; Monroe, Lynn; and Hill, Teresa. New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources, Area Form, Peterborough Downtown Historic District, June 2010, page 129

1930-1953
Dr Donald M Clark
1948-1981
Dr Theodore H Lee (at Dr Cutler's former office from 1946-1948)
1948-1955
Dr Mahlon R Mason
1961-1979
Dr Carl G Freese, Ophthalmologist
1981-1989
Runyon & Sweeney, PA, L Phillips Runyon III and Walter H Sweeney
1988-1989
Joyce Donohue, attorney
1989
Susan L Howard, attorney
1989
Glenn R Smith, attorney
1982-1985
IDS Marketing Corp., D Scott Hicks, Zone Manager
1985-1986
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
1988-1989
General Business Services, John E Murphy

SOURCE: Our Changing Town, Vol II, page 400