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Name Guay, Skippy
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Image of L2007.0031.0003.0017-A - Print, Photographic

L2007.0031.0003.0017-A - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Laconia Baseball Club in 1905. There are three rows of men/baseball players, all are wearing suits and ties. The first row consists of three men sitting on the ground. The second row consists of five men sitting on a bench/chairs and the third row consists of seven men standing. Written below the picture in the album is " Studio picture of the local club. Shows Fred Maher, official scorer, second left to ____, "Slippy"/"Skipp" Guay tall one in back. Van Duser & "Stick" Aldrich managed team They are third & fourth from left in middle seated. Charlie Tetley, P. middle left. Bottom row, Carl Pease, O.F., good hitter, Jack Dyer, later caught in New E

Image of L1990.0009.N.0063 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0009.N.0063 - Print, Photographic

This sepia photograph depicts the Knights of Columbus Town Gathering in 1912. There are four gentlemen in the forefront on Main Street in Laconia. The gentleman on the far left is wearing a three piece suit. The gentleman located third from the right is wearing overalls with a jacket over and carring a pitchfork. The gentleman second from the right is wearing a suit with jacket over and has a drum strapped to him. The gentleman on the far right is wearing a long jacket with pants and has a partially opened umbrella he is holding. In the background are store fronts. One has a sign stating "New York Clothing Co." A door has a sign labeled "Star" over it. There are several people walking do

Image of L2007.0031.0003.0015-A - Print, Photographic

L2007.0031.0003.0015-A - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Laconia Baseball Club at the Old Fairgrounds at Opechee Park in 1902. There are two rows of baseball players. The first row consists of five men sitting on the ground. The man(Carl Base ?) on the far left is wearing a shirt labeled "Laconia Fair", pants and a baseball glove on his hand. On his right is a man wearing a shirt labeled "Laconia Fair", pants and a baseball glove on his hand. Sitting on his right is a man in a striped shirt, pants and striped socks. On his right is a man wearing a shirt labeled "Laconia Fair"and pants. The man (Arthur O'Shea)on the far right is wearing a light colored turtleneck sweater, pants and a cap on his head. Th

Image of L2007.0031.0003.0014-A - Print, Photographic

L2007.0031.0003.0014-A - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Laconia Baseball Club at the Old Fairgrounds at Opechee Park in 1903. There are two rows of baseball players. The first row consists of six men sitting/kneeling on the ground. The man on the far left is wearing a sweater, striped shirt, pants and striped leggings and cap. Behind him kneeling is a man ( Jack Dyer) in umpire's protective gear, shirt and cap. On his right is a man(Art O'Shea) sitting, wearing a shirt labeled "L__S", pants and cap. On his right is a man wearing a shirt labeled " Laconia", pants and a baseball glove on his hand, and kneeling behind him is a man(Charlie Clough) wearing a shirt labeled "___ave", pants and cap with the

L2007.0031.0003.0063-B - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts "Slippy "Guay, Lucide/Lucile (?) Guay and John M. Guay standing in front of a brick building in Laconia in October of 1943. In the foreground in on the left is "Slippy" Guay dressed in a long jacket, suit and tie, vest and hat. He is resting his arm on a planter on the far left. In the center standing is Lucide/Lucile (?) Guay wearing a shirt, jacket and skirt. She is has a box/purse hanging around her arm and has an additional purse under her arm. On the right is John M. Guay dressed in a long jacket, suit, vest, shirt, tie and hat. He is holding something in his right hand. In the background is a brick building with a patriotic banner strung across

L2007.0031.0003.0063-E - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts "Slippy" Guay, John M. Guay and Andrew Childs standing in front of a brick building in Laconia in October of 1943. In the foreground standing on the left is "Slippy" Guay, dressed in a long jacket, suit, shirt, tie and hat. He is resting his arm on a planter on the far left. In the center is John M. Guay dressed in a long jacket, suit and tie, shirt and hat. He is holding something in his right hand. On the right is Andrew Childs dressed in a jacket, shirt, sweater vest, tie, pants and hat. He has his hands in his pants pockets. In the background is a brick building. On the far left is a patriotic banner hanging on the building and a light fixture. I