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Name Odell, Henry J.
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Image of L1990.0009.E.0004 - Booklet

L1990.0009.E.0004 - Booklet

This is a bound booklet entitled " Lake Village and its Business Men", compliments of the Winnipiseogee Lake Cotton and Woolen Manufacturing Company of Lake Village, listing histories of leading businesses and business men of central New Hamphsire, by George F. Bacon, published in 1890. The booklet has an outer front and back cover. On the front cover is printed : "Lake Village and Its Leading Business Men. Compliments of Winnipeseogee Cotton and Woolen Man'f'g Co., Agent's Office, Lake Village, N.H." Also on the front cover is a photograph of a house built of stone and wood with a tower on the front. Printed below the picture is "Photo Eng Co., N.Y." On page 1 is printed : "Central

Image of L2012.0059.0001 - Booklet

L2012.0059.0001 - Booklet

This is a bound booklet entitled " Lake Village and its Business Men", compliments of the Winnipiseogee Lake Cotton and Woolen Manufacturing Company of Lake Village, listing histories of leading businesses and business men of central New Hamphsire, by George F. Bacon, published in 1890. The booklet has a blank page covering its outer front and back. Inside on the front cover is printed : "Lake Village and Its Leading Business Men. Compliments of Winnipeseogee Cotton and Woolen Man'f'g Co., Agent's Office, Lake Village, N.H." Also on the front cover is a photograph of a house built of stone and wood with a tower on the front. Printed below the picture is "Photo Eng Co., N.Y." On page 1

Image of L2007.0031.0002.0072-B - Print, Photographic

L2007.0031.0002.0072-B - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts a group of men laying telephone cable in a lake in the early 1900s. In the foreground is a lake with a wooden platform in it. On the platform is a large spool of telephone cable. There are seven men standing on the platform. All are dressed in winter coats and there is snow on the platform and ice on the lake indicating it is winter. Two men in the front and a man in the back and on the side have large wooden poles to help move the platform. The man on the far right, dressed in a long coat and derby hat is Henry J. Odell, General Manager of Citizen's Telephone Company. He was President of the Lakeport National Bank in the 1890s. Written below the pic