|Scope & Content||
This black and white post card depicts two boats from Foxy's Boat Service located in The Weirs , in the mid to late 1900s.
In the foreground are three docks. The docks on the left and center have bats moored to them. Lake Winnipesaukee spans form the foreground into the background. In the middleground on the left is the Foxy I boat with several people riding on it. On the right is the Foxy II boat also with several people riding on it. Both boats have strings of banners on them. On the boat on the left is a sign on the roof stating "Foxy" and lettering on the side stating "Foxy". On the boat on the right is also a sign stating "Foxy"on the roof and lettering on the side stating "Foxy II". In the far background is tree covered land and islands. Printed on the front of the post card is "Sight Seeing--Foxy Boats --Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H. B84". Printed on the back is "Photo Post Card" and "address " as well as "Kodak Paper, Place Stamp Here". Written on the back is "Foxy I on left, Foxy II on right" as well as "gift: Wallace" and "Gift: Mrs. Carl Wallace".
|Physical characteristics||9 x 12|
|Title||"Sight Seeing--Foxy Boats--Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H."|
|Language of Material||English|
|Repository||From the collections of Laconia Public Library|
Foxy Boat Service
Men & women
Lakes & ponds