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Catalog Number L2012.0061.0001
Object Name Booklet
Scope & Content This is a booklet on businesses in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, published in 1988.

On the front cover is a color picture of Lake Winnipesaukee with several boats moored at docks and cottages and resorts along the lakeside as well as trees. On the cover is printed : " Doing Business in the Lakes Region. The Area, The People, The Products, The Services. An annual commercial, industrial & professional update. 1988. Two Dollars." Also printed on the front cover on the lower left is " Bulk Rate, U.S. Postage Paid, Manchester, N.H. Permit No. 1926". Inside on the back face of the front cover is a full page advertisement for Belknap Bank & Trust with a color picture of a boat on a lake.

On page 1 is the "Publisher's Message" written by Don Madden"

On page 2 is the alphabetical list of participants including :

F.G. Antell & Sons Inc. - 24
Armstrong Press - (inside back cover)
Auto East, Inc. - 25
B. Mae's Resort Inn and Conference Center - 26
Belknap Bank & Trust - 27
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Hampshire - 28
Construx Inc. - 29
A.D. Davis Inc. - 30
First Deposit National Bank - 31
Granite State Insulation Inc. - 32
Healthsource New Hampshire - 34
Industrial Rehabikitation Medicine Associates - 35
JNM Associates Inc. - 36
Laconia Clinic & Matthew Thornton Health Plan - 37
Lilly Planning Associates - 39
J.S. McMinn Inc. - 40
Mountain Crest Inc. - 41
Munsey & Brazil Inc. - 42
New Hampshire College, Laconia Center - 43
Printing Etc. - (inside back cover)
Steven K. Stokes, Architect - 44
Sugarloaf Mountain Builders Inc. - 45
Sundial Shops - 46
Summerfields Restaurant - 47

On page 3 is a picture of two people in a sailboat on a lake and the table of contents including :

4 - Focus on the Future
8 - The hunt
14 - The regional approach
18 - Perspectives on progress
25 - Doing Business in the Lakes Region

Also on page 3 is the list of the staff of the publication including :

Editor and Publisher - Don Madden
Managing Editor - Jeff Feingold
Annual Report Writer - Terry Lochhead
Contributing Writers - Peter Spink
Lorrie Baird
Denise Van Lear
Judy Buswell
Project Sales Director - Jacqueline Lindbloom
Art Director - Mary Lee Madden
Production - Jane Martell
Typographers - Sue Poulin
Jon Matson

On page 4 is the arrticle " Focusing on the future : The area's economic prospects, projections and trends" Also on the page are three photographs. One is of a loon on the water, one is of a group of loons and ducks on the water anf the third is of a large and long set of docks with some boats moored to them.

On page 5 is the continuation of the article on "Focusing on the future " and a large picture of four skiers on a mountain side. Theres is also an enlarged sentence stating "The real issue in structuring the future of the Lakes Rregion beyond 1988 is the national economy."

On page 6 is the end of the article on "Focusinf on the Future" and two graphs. One is on the Lakes Region Population Growth including the years 1970, 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995 and 2000. The other graph is for Lakes Region Employment Growth including the years 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 and 1986. Included on the page is the quote : " Good industrial land is available in the $30,000 per-acre range."

On page 7 is a large aerial picture of several buildings and trucks and parking lots filled with automobiles, possibly O'Shea Industrial Park. Also on the page is the quote : " New residents continue to swell the Lakes Region population."

On page 8 is the article : "The Hunt : Business searches for labor; labor looks for housing." Also on the page is the quote : "Most of the region's businesses are just beginning to address the labor and affordable housing shortages." Included on the page are two pictures : one is of people standing along the Weirs Boardwalk in front of eating establishments and vendors and the other is of Weirs Beach and Lake Winnipesaukee.

On page 9 is the continuation of the article on "The hunt" and the quote : " A rapidly changing work environment requires repeated opportunities for education." Also on on the page is a picture of four women and a man sitting and standing around a table and desks.(picture is possibly of Laconia Vocational Technical College)

On page 10 is part of a large aerial picture of Lake Winnipesaukee and the quote : "Wherever the affordable housing isue is discussed, the problem of defining it arises."

On page 11 is the rest of the large aerial picture of Lake Winnipesaukee and the continuation of the article on "The hunt" and the quote : " The whole discussion is tinged with mixed emotions."

On page 12 is two pictures : one is of boats moored at docks on Lake Winnipesaukee and the Mount Washington Streamship in the background. and the other is of Mills Falls Marketplace in Meredith.

On page 13 is the end of the article "The hunt" and a picture of a canoe near a tree and near water. Also on the page is the quote : " New Hampshire's repidly inflating land values have enticed many mobile home park owners tpo sell their land for speculative purposes."

On page 14 is the article " The regional approach : Can region-wide planning meet future challenges ? ". Also on the page is an aerial view of Meredith and Lake Winnipesaukee.

On page 15 is the continuation of the article "The regional approach" and a picture of canoe on a lake with two people in it fishing. Also on the page is the quote : " Meeting together has created synergy and provided the groups with more bang for the buck."

On page 16 is the continuation of the articke on "The regional approach " and age picture of the Downtown Laconia Mall. Also on the page is the quote : " The Lakes Region is both a region and a collection of individual towns with different assets and problems."

On page 17 is the end of the article on "The regional approach" and the quote : "Towns all over the region are looking for the most appropriate way to handle new challenges." Included on the page is a picture of Mount Chocorua and Lake Chocorua.

On page 18 is the article : "Perspectives on progress : Mulling the effects growth has had on the region." Included in the article are paragraphs on Dorothy Z. Buley, Vice President of Lewis & Saunders in Laconia, Bill Veazey, Treasurer of Boulia Gorrell Lumber Company in Laconia and one on Robert Bolduc, owner of Piche's Ski and Sport Shop in Laconia. Also on the page is a picture of Dorothy Z. Buley in front of machinery.

On page 19 is the continuation of the articlre" Perspectives on Progress" including paragraphs on Walter Eshelman, Preside of Vernitron Corporation in Laconia, Terry Chrisensen, owner of Lakeside Stereo in Laconia, and Kenneth Remson, President of Remcon-North Corporation in Meredith. Also on the page are two pictures: one is of Kenneth Remson and the other is of Walter Eshelman.

On page 20 is the continuation of the article "Perspectives on Progress", including paragraphs on John Parisi, General Manager of the Margate Resort in Lakeport, Peter French, Vice President and General Manager of Meredith Ford, Arthur Nighswander, attorney at Nighswander, Martin and Mitchell in Laconia, and Peg Plummer, Assisatant Vice President and branch manager of Indian Head National Bank in Laconia.Also on the page are pictures of Arthur Nighswander and and Peg Plummer.

On page 21 is the continuation of the article "Perspectives on Progress" includinng paragraphs on James Sutherland, President of Meredith Village Savings Bank, Debora Cheney, owner of Modern Appliance Center in Laconia, Randy Pike, President of Pike Industries in Tilton, and John O'Shea, President of O'Shea's Department Store in Laconia. Also on the page are pictures of James Sutherland and John O'Shea.

On page 22 is the continuation of the artricle "Perspectives on Progress" including paragraphs on Dale Hirschy, President of IPC Limited Partnership in Bristol, Bert Smith, manager of Barns of Bradford in Laconia, Steve Weeks, owner of Coldwell Banker/Steve Weeks Realtors in Laconia, and Tom mMartin, senior planner of Lakes Region Planning Commission. Also included on the page are pictures of Dale Hirschy and Bert Smith.

On page 23 is the heading " Doing Business in the Lakes Region '88" and a full page picture of a large sailboat on the water.

On page 24 is the article : "F.G. Antell & Sons Inc. : Building a reputation for excellence. Firm's nackground has touched all areas of construction." Also on the page are three pictures. One is of the exterior of the Mormon Church in Laconia, and another is of the Kittery Factory Outlet Stores in Kittery, Maine. The bottom picture is of the Red Barn Shopping Center in North Conway, all projects of F.G. Antell & Sons Inc.

On page 25 is the article :"Auto East Inc. : Where service is the bottom line. Dealership makes automobile buying a pleasure." Also included on the page are pictures of Auto East car dealership in Gilford and a Saab automobile being worked on in the shop.

On page 26 is the article : " B.Mae's Resort Inn and Conference Center: We have just the right room for you. Resort complex offers the best of all travel and vacation worlds". Included on the page are pictures of the outside pool at the resort and one of the interior of one of the rooms at the resort.

On page 27 is the article : "Belknap Bank & Trust : Commitment to service pays off. Rapid growth attributed to experienced staff, aggresive attitude." Also on the page are three pictures. One is of Susan K. Dunlap, Assistant Vice President of Commercial Lending, another is of Kathryn G. MacRae, Assistant President of Consumer Lending. The last is of John Samborski, President of Belknap Bank & Trust and two women at a desk/table.

On page 28 is the article : " Blue Cross & Blue Shield of New Hampshire : Reliability and responsive. Health carrier offers coverage to fill all needs." Included on the page is the logo for Blue Cross and Blue Shield and the U.S.A. Olympic Rings as they sponsored the Olympics. Also on the page is a picture of Bruce Donaldson, marketing representative; Denise King, district representative; Lynne Hebert, marketing representative; and Mark LeCompte, district manager.

On page 29 is the article : " Construx, Inc. : Satisfying a need. General contractor specializes in metal buildings." Also on the page are three pictures. One is of Construx's in-house draftsmen Ken Avery, Construx founder Brian Young and business manager Keith Belair. The next is of the construction of the new Skip King Used Car Dealership in Gilford. The final picture is of the offices for King Air Aviation which was built by Construx Inc.

On page 30 is the article : " A.D. Davis Inc. : Insurance leader expands services in region. Expansion enhances form's position and offers greater benefits to customers." Also on the page is a picture of Arnie Pierce, President of Davis-Pierce Insurance Agency & A.D. Davis Inc. and Bill Antonucci, Vice President of A.D.Davis Inc. and branch manager of the Wolfeboro office of A.D. Davis.

On page 31 is the article : " First Deposit National Bank : A unique approach to commercial banking. Bank offers a refreshing alternative to businesspeople." Also on the page are three pictures. One is of Francis J. Haines Jr. , President of First Deposit National Bank. The other is of Joanne M. Johnson, assistant Vice President and commercial loan officer of First Deposit National Bank. The final picture is of the exterior of the First Deposit National Bank.

On page 32 is the article : " Granite State Insulation : Keeping in step with the community. Firm blends personal touch with high-quality service." Included on the page are three pictures. One is of Jim French, owner of Granite State Insulation. Another is of a storage truck for Granite State Insulation Inc. The final is of the exterior of a building with insulation and vinyl siding done by Granite State Insulation.

On page 33 is the article : " Greater Laconia Chjamber of Commerce : Winning through involvement. Chamber works to make area a better place in which to live, work and play. " Included on the page is a picture of the old Railroad Station Depot located in Veteran's Square in Laconia which housed the offices of the Chamber. On the bottom of the page is a listing of all the Chamber members in very small print.

On page 34 is the article : "Healthsource New Hampshire : A commitment to client health. Health plan offers a wide range of coverage. " Included on the page are two pictures. One is of the exterior of the Healthsource New Hampshire offices and the other is of two employees of Healthsource New Hampshire.

On page 35 is the article : " Industrial Rehabilitation Mediicine Associates : Putting people back to work. Corporate clients like the benefits of rehabilitation medicine." Included on the page are three pictures. One is of Dr. Marcos Ramos and clinical assistant Gail Sanborn with a patient. Another is of the Work Evaluation and Retraining Area at Industrial Rehabilitation Medicine Associates with seveeral people in it. The final is of exercise therapist Wendy Smith helping Bill Rreynolds on rehabilitation machinery.

On page 36 is the article : " JNM Associates Inc. : Advice for the entrepreneur. Neal Martin offers guidance in the purchase or sale of businnesses." Included on the page is a paragraph all about Neal Martin, founder and President of JNM Adssociates Inc. Also on the page is a picture of Neal Martin and the logo for the company and 1st Consumers Savings Bank.

On page 37 is the article : "Laconia Clinic and Matthew Thornton Health Plan: Leaders in quality health care. Providing conveniently located, competetively priced care." Also on the page are three pictures. One is of a doctor caring for a patient. Another is of the Laconia Clinic Pharmacy with a patient and pharmacist. The final is of the exterior of the Laconia Clinic.

On page 38 is the article : " Lepene, Knowlton and Darbyshire: High Quality work leads to growth. Engineering firm blends state-of-the-art technology with a personal touch." Included on the page are three pictures. One is of the exterior of the offices of Lepene, Knowlton and Darbyshire in Franklin. Another is of three Lepene, Knowlton and Darbyshire (LKD) surveyors using an Electronic Distance Measurer. The final picture is of Rick Lepene and a client.

On page 39 is the article : " Lilly Planning Associates : A New England success story. Wide range of residential and commercial projects bear firm's distinctive mark". Included on the page is a sketch of The Paddock village designed by Lilly Planning Associates. Also on the page are two pictures. One is of a pation and chairs near a lake and the other is of the exterior of a house with a stonewall in front. Additionally on the page is the logo for Lilly Planning Associates and a brief description of their services including :
Development Feasibility Studies
Site Planning and Engineering
Landscape Architecture
Urban Renewal
Park Planning

On page 40 is the article : "McMinn Enterprises : Have hammer will travel. Framing contractor's clientele reads like a "Who's Who" of homebuilding." Included on the page is a picture of Jim McMann in front of his recent job at Misty Harbor Resort Motel. Also on the page is their logo and a the brief listing of their services including :
Framing
Roofing
Remodeling
Fire Work
Insurance Damage
Houses, Apartments, Commercial
Asphalt, Slate, Wood Shingles
Interior, Exterior
Wind, Water, Smoke
Over 975 Homes Framed Since 1965
Over 3,750 Homes Roofed Since 1965
So9lar Retro Fitting
Active, Passive

On page 41 is the article : "Mountain Crest Retirement Community : Where it's all in the family. Settlement takes the needs of residents seriously and mixes them with love." Included on the page are three pictures. One is of several people under a tent outside, some in wheelchairs. The other two are of a woman with an elderly woman at a piano.

On page 42 is the article : " Munsey & Brazil Inc. : Where quality is more than a buzzword. It's the reason this insurance agency has come such a long way." Included on the page are two pictures. One is of David Haley, President , and Stephen Wainwright , Vice President and Kristi Perkins. The other is of David Haley, President and Stephen Wainwright, Vice President with other staff members including Fairley Kenneally, Janet Hanover, Brain Watterson and Lyn Morich.

On page 43 is the article : " New Hampshire College, Laconia Center: An asset to the business community. Continuing ed center is synonomous with excellence in continuing education." Included on the page is a picture of New Hampshire College's Division of Continuing Education director Adrienne Stevens with students Laurie Brothers, a legal secretary with Nungesser and Hill and Maurice Leferniere, owner and Vice President of Plymouth Stitching Inc.

On page 44 is the article : "Steven Stokes, AIA: Design sensitivity in a vibrant community. Architects stress importance of keeping in tune with environment.". Included on the page are two pictures. One is of the 1981 renovation of Steven Stokes' office on Court Street in Laconia. The other is os Steve Stokes and Stephen Arnold at a drafting table. Also included on the page is a sketch of an architects design for Prides Point at Long Bay.

On page 45 is the article : " Sugarloaf Mountain Builders : Quality construction, customer satisfaction. Projects throughout area bear firm's qulity signature." Included on the page is a picture of the Ledges at Newfound Lake which they designed. Also on the page is a sketch of the Shoppes at Village West.

On page 46 is the article : " Sundial Shops : Where you can expect the unexpected. Shops' tremendous variety offers a surprise around every corner." Also included on the page are two pictures. One is of Warren and Martha Clement, owners of Sundial Shop in 1973.The other is of the interior of the Sundial Shop.

On page 47 is the article : "Summerfields : Recipe for Success. Delicious food, talented staff are key to restaurant's popularity." Included on the page are three pictures. One is of the interior of Summerfields with Megan Ewert, a young girl. Another is of the exterior of Summerfields in Laconia and the final is of Randy Ewert and Risa Ewert, owners of Summerfields at the bar of the restaurant.

On page 48 is a full page advertisement for New Gampshire Business Review with a copy of two pages from the publication.

On the inside of the back cover is a full page article on Printing Etcetera & Armstrong Press. Included on the page aresix pictures. The top picture is of a man standing at a printer, Below it is a picture of a woman at a desk. On the left of this is a picture of the exterior of the Printing Etcetera office located on Union Avenue in Laconia. On the bottom of the page are three additional pictures. The far left one is of two men standing near a printer. On the right of this is a picture of the exterior of the Armstrong Press building and below it is a picture of a large printing machine.

On the back cover is the list or roster of participants including:
F.G.Antell & Sons Inc.
Armstrong Press
Auto East Inc.
B.Mae 's Resort Inn & Conference Center
Belknap Bank & Trust
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Hampshire
Construx Inc.
A.D.Davis Inc.
First Deposit National Bank
Granite State Insulation Inc.
Healthsource New Hampshire
Industrial Rehabilitation Medicine Associates
JNM Associates Inc.
Laconia Clinic & Matthew Thjornton Health Plan
Lepene, Knowlton & Darbyshire Associates Inc.
Lilly Planning Associates
J.S. McMinn Inc.
Mountain Crest Inc.
Munsey & Brazil Inc.
New Hampshire College, Laconia Center
Printing Etc.
Steven K. Stokes, Architect
Sugarloaf Mountain Builders Inc.
Sundial Shops
Summerfields Restaurant


















Title "Doing Business in the Lakes Region 1988"
Earliest Date 1988
Latest Date 1988
Repository From the collections of Laconia Public Library
People Madden, Donald B. Jr.
Feingold, Jeff
Lochhead, Terry
Spink, Peter
Baird, Lorrie
VanBuskirk, Mrs. G. Bennett
Van Lear, Denise
Buswell, Judy
Lindbloom, Jacqueline
Madden, Mary Lee
Martell, Jane
Poulin, Sue
Matson, Jon
Thibeault, Russell
Parisi, John
Unknown Women
Unknown Men
Unknown People
Unknown Children
Boehner, Kenneth
Smith, Burgess
Martin, Tom
Skinner, Amanda
Buley, Dorothy
Veazey, Bill
Bolduc, Robert
Eshelman, Walter
Chrisensen, Terry
Remson, Kenneth
Parisi, John
French, Peter
Nighswander, Arthur H.
Plummer, Peg
Sutherland, James
Cheney, Debora
Pike, Randy
O'Shea, John
Hirschy, Dale
Smith, Bert
Weeks, Steve
Martin, Tom
Antell, F.G.
Abbott, Red
Ferrulo, Tony
Dunlap, Susan K.
Samborski, John P.
MacRae, Kathryn G.
Donaldson, Bruce
King, Denise
Hebert, Lynne
LeCompte, Mark
Avery, Ken
Young, Brian
Belair, Keith
Davis, A.D.
Pierce, Arnie
Antonucci, Bill
Haines, Francis J Jr.
Johnson, Joanne
French, Jim
Ames, David
Price, Joyce
Ramos, Dr. Marcos
Sanborn, Gail
Smith, Wendy
Reynolds, Bill
Martin, Anne Katherine
Martin, Neal
Martin, J. Neal
White, William
Lepene, Richard
Knowlton, Lyle
Darbyshire, Paul
McMinn, Jim
Matzke, Tom
Haley, David
Wainwright, Stephen
Perkins, Kristi
Kenneally, Fairley
Hanover, Janet
Watterson, Brian
Morich, Lyn
Stevens, Adrienne
Brothers, Laurie
Laferniere, Maurice
Hanks, Greg
Stokes, Steven
Arnold, Stephen
Parks, Jeff
Ludtke, Fred
Clement, Warren
Clement, Martha
Ewert, Megan
Ewert, Randy
Ewert, Risa
Armstrong, Gary
Armstrong, Brenda
Search Terms Laconia
Lake Winnipesaukee
Lakes Region
Lakes Region Planning Commission
Belknap Bank & Trust
F.G. Antell & Sons Inc.
Armstrong Press
Auto East Inc.
B. Mae Denny's Restaurant
B.Mae's Resort Inn & Conference Center
Blue Cross and Blue Shield
Construx Inc.
A. D. Davis Inc.
First Deposit National Bank
Granite State Insulation
Greater Laconia Chamber of Commerce
Healthsource of New Hampshire
Industrial Rehabilitation Medicine Associates
JNM Associates Inc.
Laconia Clinic
Matthew Thornton Health Plan
Lepene, Knowlton & Darbyshire Associates
Lilly Planning Associates
J.S. McMinn Inc.
Mountain Crest Inc.
Munsey & Brazil Inc.
New Hampshire Business Review
New Hampshire College
Laconia Center (NH College)
Printing Etc.
Steven Stokes, Archtect
Sundial Shop
Sugarloaf Mountain Builders Inc.
Summerfields Restaurant
Gunstock Ski Area
Gunstock Mountain
O'Shea Industrial Park
The Clinic Pharmacy
The Weirs
Weirs Beach
Weirs Boardwalk
Weirs Dock
Mount Washington Steamship
Mill Falls Inn & Marketplace
Meredith
Meredith, NH
Wolfeboro
Downtown Laconia Mall
O'Shea Brothers Department Store
Melnick's Shoe Store
Mount Chocorua
Lake Chocorua
Lewis & Saunders Co.
Boulia-Gorrell Lumber Company
Piche's Ski and Sport
Vernitron
Lakeside Stereo
Remcon - North Corp. (Meredith)
Margate
Meredith Ford
Nighswander, Martin and Mitchell (legal firm - Laconia)
Indian Head National Bank
Meredith Village Savings
Modern Appliance
Pike Industries
IPC (Bristol)
IPC Limited Partnership (Bristol)
Barns of Bradford
Coldwell Banker
Steve Weeks Realtors
Lakes Region Planning Commission
Kittery, Maine
Kittery Factory Outlet Stores
North Conway
Red Barn Shopping Center (North Conway)
Auto East Inc.
Skip King Car Dealership
King Air Aviation
Advent Church
Laconia Railroad Station
Northern Design Contractors Inc.
Misty Harbor Resort Motel
McMinn Enterprises
Village West
The Beacon Rooms
The Beacon Rooms
The Ledges (Newfound Lake)
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New Central Hotel
New Hampshire Business Review
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Armstrong Press
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