|Object Name||Card, Commemorative|
|Scope & Content||
This is a colored card commemorating the Centennial Observance at St. Joseph's Church/Parish in 1971.
On the front of the card is a colored print of St. Joseph, also known as Joseph of Nazareth or Joseph the Betrothed, who was considered the foster-father of Jesus. He is dressed in a green shirt with a white undershirt and a brown cloth draped across his upper left shoulder and bottom part of his body. He has a short beard and is holding a child in his arms. The child is wearing a long white overshirt. There is a halo drawn around the head of St. Joseph and the child. There is a light blue background behind the sketch. On the back is printed "...: and it shall be an altar most holy:... Exodus 29:37". Also printed on the back is :
St. Joseph Parish
and " ... Come and dine... John 21:12"
St. Joseph Church is located on Church Street in Laconia and is built of granite and limestone. It was built in the late 1920s and was dedicated on September 12, 1930 by Bishop George A. Guertin, Bishop of Manchester.
Also printed on the back is "Alba 33" and " Copyright Bonella-Milano FB. Printed in Italy"
|Title||"Centennial Observancve, 1871-1971, St. Joseph Parish, Laconia, N.H."|
|Repository||From the collections of Laconia Public Library|
St. Joseph's Church
St. Joseph's Parish
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