100. George Hoyt Whipple
located at the junction of US3 and NH132
in Ashland Memorial Park, Ashland, NH

"Nearby, on Pleasant Street, is the birthplace and childhood home of George Hoyt Whipple, pathologist, researcher, and teacher. Dr. Whipple's most significant research led to the development of the liver therapy for pernicious anemia. For his work, he shared the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1934."

erected 1975

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Related Links:
Whipple Biography
Biographical Memoir by Leon L. Miller
Whipple Birthplace