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In search of old, grand-dame style New England hotels

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In doing research for a book, I'm looking for examples of the old, grand-dame New England hotels that are still up and running. A perfect example is the Mt. Washington Hotel in New Hampshire, and here's a picture to get an idea of the style and type I'm after:
http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=m7ry42&s=5

I know there are several others in northern New England, but I haven't been able to come up with the names and locations. There are others outside New England, too, and I'd appreciate knowing about them BUT I'm specifically looking for the white-painted clapboard style (not, for example, rustic or craftsman style like Mohonk or Grove Park Inn).

Would appreciate any help with this. Thanks!

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