History of Thirty-Five Main Street

35 Main Street

The bank buildings ahead of you on Main Street continue the Georgian Colonial tradition, but were added to the town in 1965 (W.H. Jones & Sons, architect) and 1987 (Richard M. Monahon, architect).


SOURCE: A Walking Tour of PETERBOROUGH New Hampshire

Historic or Common Name: Peterborough Savings Bank

Construction: 1965-66

Description: Colonial Revival brick bank East and rear additions 1979 (1996 II:397).

Notes: Now Ocean Bank. Site of French/Tucker Tavern, torn down 1965 

Contributing/Non Contributing: N[on] C[ontributing] (age)

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 98