Although it is a tiny little town, Dublin is famous as the home of the Dubin Prep School, and the home of Yankee Publishing (Yankee magazine, the Old Farmer's Almanac, and countless other books on New England life and culture). It is a summer community for many families, with summer cottages along Dublin Lake, which is at the base of Mount Monadnock. Mark Twain summered here for two years in a row.
The Community Blackboard at the Yankee Publishing Office
Just because I'm nosy, I looked up the name on the community blackboard, and you can find the obituary here at the New York times archives (click on the photo above to enlarge it). Mrs. Nitzburg was obviously a well known and much loved summer resident of Dublin. http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/nytimes/obituary.aspx?n=patricia-nitzburg&pid=145772353
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For more information:
http://www.townofdublin.org/Pages/index The website for Dublin, New Hampshire
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