Lecture: Eric T. Huddleston, New Hampshire’s Architect


Eric Huddleston arrived at UNH in 1918 at the age of twenty-six. He was the first architect and professor in its newly created Department of Architecture. Huddleston was influential in creating a plan for the campus and responsible for many of the buildings. He opened a private practice in 1935 and consulted with other architectural firms. Rollinsford, Somersworth, and the Berwicks have buildings designed by his firm. Architectural historian Peter Michaud will explore Huddleston’s influence beyond his work at UNH, as well as the work of some of the architects he trained.

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