|Scope & Content||
This black and white post card depicts the Weirs Bridge located in The Weirs in the early to mid 1900s.
In the foreground is the Weirs Channel which proceeds from the far left foreground into the center background. There is a stonewall bordering the river on the right side. Beyond the stonewall on the right is a grassy area with trees in the middleground. In the center middleground is the Weirs Bridge made of stone with an arched section over the channel below. There are light fixture poles along the bridge on the left. There are trees on both sides of the bridge on the far left and far right. There are additional trees in the background beyond the bridge. Also in the background visible through the arch of the bridge are several small buildings, camps. On the front is printed "Weirs Bridge, Weirs, N.H." On the back is printed "Post Card" and "Fairbanks Card Company, 14 High Street, Brokline Mass. " as well as "Place One Cent Stamp Here. Made in U.S.A."
|Title||"Weirs Bridge, Weirs, N.H."|
|Repository||From the collections of Laconia Public Library|