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Name Tilton, James H.
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Image of H2010.0281.0015 - Newsletter

H2010.0281.0015 - Newsletter

Newsletter for The Laconia Dramatic Club dated February, 20, 1877. Advertising the drama "Earnest Maltravers" starring: Frank H. Champlin H. Frank Moulton Frank R. Gammon Dennis O'Shea Mark M. Robinson J. Henry Story George R. Somes J. A. Mitchell W.C. Sherman George R. Leavitt J.W. Pitman Lloyd E. Lindsay George B. Lane Miss Abbie Ranlet Mrs. SMS Moulton Miss Nellie Whicher Followed by the farce "Nan, the Good for Nothing" staring: Mrs. F. H. Champlin Frank R. Gammon George R. Leavitt H. Frank Moulton John O'Shea Music by Belknap Orchestra. Admission 25 cents, Reserved seats 35 cents. Tickets sold at W.F. Knight & Co. dry goods.

Image of H2010.0281.0016 - Newsletter

H2010.0281.0016 - Newsletter

Newsletter for The Evening Guest dated November 23, 1875. Advertising the drama "London Assurance" starring: E. M. Richardson Frank R. Gammon H. F. Moulton J. A. Mitchell Dennis O'Shea Mark Robinson John O'Shea George Cole F. H. Champlin Miss Nellie M. Putnam Mrs. F. H. Champlin Mrs. F. R. Gammon Followed by the pantomine "Enchanted Horn" starring: F. H. Champlin George R. Somes George W. Cole H. Frank Moulton Mrs. F. H. Champlin Miss Abbie Chester Music by Page & Keniston's Full Orchestra. Admission 25 cents, Reserved seats 35 cents. Tickets sold at W.F. Knight & Co. dry goods.

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 L1994.0009.J.0003 - Booklet

L1994.0009.J.0003 - Booklet

This is a booklet/Laconia & Lake Village Business Directory from the late 1800s. The cover is a pale orange color. Printed on the front cover is : "Dan P. Donovan (The S.B. Smith Store) Opposite P.O. , Laconia, N.H./Largest Stock/Lowest Prices A Pick Up You can pick up lots of bargains if you read Donovan's advertisement and visit his store... Dan P. Donovan. " Also printed on the bottom of the front cover is : " Lewis, Vaughan & Co., Printers" Inside on the back side of the front cover is printed : " Do You Know that the Most Reliable Place to Buy your clothing is at...Lougee's. The Leading s Just as Represented. The Leading Styles at Bed Rock Prices. All Goods Guaranteed

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 L1978.0001.0053 - Print, Photographic

L1978.0001.0053 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Old Corner Store owned by James H. Tilton (later the John Parker Smith Corner Store) located on the south side of the intersection of Main Street and Union Avenue. The building is 2 1/2 stories with gable roof running perpendicularly to the main street. The roof appears to be sheathed in wooden shingles and has three brick chimneys, one at the west end of the structure and two at the east, set down from the ridge. The building is sheathed on the north facade in lightly painted clapboards and with white painted brick facing on the east facade. The windows on the north facade are 12/8 on the second floor and 2/2 on the first. There is

Image of L2007.0031.0001.0032-A - Print, Photographic

L2007.0031.0001.0032-A - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Old Corner Store on Main Street in Laconia in the 1880s. In the foreground is Main Street with the Old Corner Store in the center. There are posts in the ground in front of the store. There is a horse and wagon in front of the store on the left. There is a covered porch on the front of the store with items, barrels, chairs on it. On the right side of the roof over the porch are small signs stating "Main Street and "Court Street".There are three men standing on the porch. The man on the far left , Fred Watson, is wearing a shirt, vest, pants, tie and hat. The man in the center, James Tilton,the proprietor, is wearing a shirt, vest , tie, pants

Image of L2007.0031.0001.0032-C - Print, Photographic

L2007.0031.0001.0032-C - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Old Corner Store on Main Street in Laconia in the 1880s. In the foreground is Main Street with the Old Corner Store in the center. There is a post in the ground in front of the store.The covered front porch of the store is the main portion of the picture. On the porch on the far left is part of a ladder and wooden crates and tools. There are two round wooden pieces in the center of the porch. Also in the center of the porch stands two men. The man on the left is Walter Thompason and he is dressed in a shirt, pants , tie and apron. The man on his right is a customer and he is dressed in a suit, tie and hat. The main doorway/entrance is behind the