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Name Church Street
Number of Archive records 45
Number of Object records 2
Number of Photo records 182

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Image of H2007.0011.0450B - Letter

H2007.0011.0450B - Letter

Item is a hand-written letter addressed to, "Betty," written on a Thursday. The body of the letter talks about Betty's new pregnancy and the author's own daughter. The author also talk about family happenings and her farm. It is signed by a "Hellen."

Image of H2007.0011.0449 - Postcard

H2007.0011.0449 - Postcard

Item is a white paper postcard with an included stamp and postmark, hand-addressed to "Mrs. John M. Wright, 112 Church Street, Laconia NH." The postmark is from "Los Angeles" on May 4, 1943. The stamp is green, features Thomas Jefferson. It is worth one cent. Stamped on top of it reads, "Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps."

Image of H2007.0011.0450A - Envelope

H2007.0011.0450A - Envelope

Item is a white paper envelope with stamp and postmark, hand-addressed to "Mrs. John M. Wright c/o Mrs. T. Jewett, 112 Church Street, Laconia NH." The postmark is from "Wyckoff" on May 7, 1943." The stamp is purple, features an eagle and reads, "Win the War." It is worth three cents.

Image of H2011.0060.0001 - Booklet

H2011.0060.0001 - Booklet

A copy of a plastic-bound booklet entitled, "The Story of God and his People." Booklet contains information and colored images of the stained-glass windows in the St. Joseph's Church on Church Street in Laconia NH. Attached to back are two disks (see H2011.60.2 and H2011.60.3).

Image of H2011.0136.0001 - Postcard

H2011.0136.0001 - Postcard

Color postcard depicting "The Tavern, Laconia, NH". The Laconia Tavern Hotel is in view at the corner of Main Street and Church Street.

Image of L1990.0009.I.0006 - Program

L1990.0009.I.0006 - Program

This is a program for the observance of the St. Joseph Church Centennial in Laconia on December 12, 1971. The cover of the program is green and the interior pages are tan colored. On the front cover is a photograph of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. In the picture, Church Street is in the foreground with a sidewalk bordering it. In the center middleground is St. Joseph's Church with a walkway leading from the sidewalk up to the main entrance on the front. The main entrance has double doors and a large decorative window above it. The church has a large square tower on the left front side, decorated with crosses along the top. The church was built in the late 1920s of granite with limestone tr

Image of L1990.0009.J.0064 - Postcard

L1990.0009.J.0064 - Postcard

This color postcard depicts St. Joseph's Church located on Church Street in Laconia in the 1900s. In the foreground is Church Street which proceeds from the far left to the far right. There are parking meters along the street and an automobile parked on the far right. There is a paved sidewalk bordering Church Street. Beyond the sidewalk are bushes and a small tree on the far left. In the middleground is the yard of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. There is a large tree on the left on the grounds. In the center background is St. Joseph's Church. The church is constructed of granite with limestone trim. It was built in the late 1920s and dedicated on September 12, 1930 by Bishop George A. Guer

Image of L1990.0009.J.0072 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0009.J.0072 - Print, Photographic

This colored postcard depicts the Church Street Bridge, also known as the Long Bridge in Laconia, N.H. The bridge spans from left to right and has railings along both sides. There are utility poles on the right of the bridge as well as houses/ residences. On both ends of the bridge are stonewalls.The Winnipesaukee River runs under the bridge. There is a dirt road on the far right and a sidewalk/walking path bordered by a metal railing running along the riverbank. On the front is labeled "Laconia, N.H. Winnipesaukee River and Long Bridge".On the back is labeled "The Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers, Portland, ME, U.S.A. Made in Germany 7567" as well as "Place the Stamp Here One Cent for

Image of L1990.0009.N.0002 - Postcard

L1990.0009.N.0002 - Postcard

This colored postcard depicts Veteran's Square also known as Depot Square in Laconia in the early 1900s. In the foreground is a dirt covered Depot/Veteran's Square. Beacon Street proceeds from the foreground into the middleground where it intersects with Main Street which proceeds from left to right and Church Street which proceeds into the far background. In the middleground on the far left is a grass covered area of Veterans's Square with a monument on the far left with a metal fence surrounding it and on its right is a cannon and two triangular piles of cannon balls beside it. There is a man walking across the street in the center middleground . In the middleground on the far right is a

Image of L1990.0009.N.0042 - Postcard

L1990.0009.N.0042 - Postcard

Black and white image of the Laconia Tavern. View is partially obstructed by leafy trees. Vantage point is from across Church Street.

Image of L1990.0009.N.0137 - Postcard

L1990.0009.N.0137 - Postcard

This colored postcard depicts Veteran's Square also known as Depot Square in Laconia in the early - mid 1900s. In the foreground is Veteran's Square with Beacon Street on the right which intersects with Main Street which proceeds from left to right in the middleground and with Church Street in the center background. In the middleground on the far left is a grassy area of Veteran's Square with a monument/statue surrounded by a metal fence. To the right of the statue is a cannon and a triangular pile of cannon balls. In the middleground on the far right is the Laconia Tavern Hotel on the corner of Main Street and Church Street. The hotel has covered entrances on the side and front. In the ba

Image of L1990.0009.N.0138 - Postcard

L1990.0009.N.0138 - Postcard

Colored image of the Laconia Tavern featuring the Church Street side of the building and the flag pole platform across the street. On back printed, "Pub. by Hevey's Pharmacy, Laconia NH."

Image of L1990.0116.R.0007 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0116.R.0007 - Print, Photographic

This colored postcard depicts the Church Street Bridge, also known as the Long Bridge in Laconia, N.H. The bridge spans from left to right and has railings along both sides. There are utility poles on the right of the bridge as well as houses/ residences. On both ends of the bridge are stonewalls.The Winnipesaukee River runs under the bridge. There is a dirt road on the far right and a sidewalk/walking path bordered by a metal railing running along the riverbank. In the foreground is a picket fence.On the front is labeled "Church St. Bridge, Winnipesaukee River".On the back is labeled "Published for G.A. Quimby, Laconia, N.H."

Image of L1990.0009.N.0141 - Postcard

L1990.0009.N.0141 - Postcard

This colored postcard depicts Veteran's Square also known as Depot Square in Laconia in the early 1900s. In the foreground is Veteran's Square with Beacon Street on the right which intersects with Main Street which proceeds from left to right in the middleground and with Church Street in the center background. In the middleground on the far left is a grassy area of Veteran's Square with a monument/statue surrounded by a metal fence. To the right of the statue is a cannon and a triangular pile of cannon balls. In the middleground on the far right is the Laconia Tavern Hotel on the corner of Main Street and Church Street. The hotel has covered entrances on the side and front. In the backgrou

Image of L1990.0110.A.0012 - Postcard

L1990.0110.A.0012 - Postcard

This colored postcard depicts Veteran's Square also known as Depot Square in Laconia in the early to mid 1900s. In the foreground is a dirt covered Depot/Veteran's Square. Pleasant Street is in the foreground and proceeds across the picture from left to right. It intersects with Beacon Street in the middleground, which proceeds into the background. In the background Beacon Street intersects with Main Street which proceeds from left to right and Church Street which proceeds into the far background. In the foreground on the far right is a grassy area with plants and rocks. In the middleground on the far left is the Laconia Passenger Depot with its covered entrance/drive up area on the front

Image of L1990.0116.I.0011 - Postcard

L1990.0116.I.0011 - Postcard

Colored image of the Laconia Tavern featuring the Church Street side of the building and the flag pole platform across the street. On back printed, "Pub. by Hevey's Pharmacy, Laconia NH."

Image of L1990.0116.I.0027 - Postcard

L1990.0116.I.0027 - Postcard

This colored postcard depicts Veteran's Square also known as Depot Square in Laconia around 1908. In the foreground is a dirt covered Depot/Veteran's Square. Pleasant Street is in the foreground and proceeds across the picture from left to right. It intersects with Beacon Street in the middleground, which proceeds into the background. In the background Beacon Street intersects with Main Street which proceeds from left to right and Church Street which proceeds into the far background. In the foreground to the right of center is a grassy area. In the middleground on the far left is the Laconia Passenger Depot with its covered entrance/drive up area on the front facing Beacon Street. In th

Image of L1990.0116.I.0034 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0116.I.0034 - Print, Photographic

This colored postcard depicts Church Street in Laconia, N.H. Church Street leads from the foreground into the background. There is metal fencing on both sides of the street along the sidewalks. On the right is the Laconia Public Library. Farther in the background is the Laconia Passenger/Railroad Station. There are trees along the sides of the street as well as around the Library building and in the background. On the front is labeled "Church Street, Laconia, N.H.". On the back is labeled "Pub. by The Atkinson News Co., Tilton, N.H. 2451. Made in Germany".

Image of L1990.0116.I.0035 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0116.I.0035 - Print, Photographic

This colored postcard depicts the Church Street Bridge, also known as the Long Bridge in Laconia, N.H. The bridge spans from left to right and has railings along both sides. There are houses/ residences on the left side of the bridge. On both ends of the bridge are stonewalls. There is a trolley car on the right side of the bridge.The Winnipesaukee River runs under the bridge. There is a dirt road on the far right and a sidewalk/walking path bordered by a metal railing running along the riverbank, on which a man is walking.On the front is labeled "Church St. Bridge, Laconia, N.H.".On the back is labeled "Place Stamp Here. United States and Canada, One Cent, Foreign, Two Cents".

L1990.0116.K.0076 - Postcard

This black and white postcard depicts Normandin Square, also known as Casino Square, in Laconia in the mid 1900s. In the foreground is Union Avenue proceeding from the lower right into the left middleground. It intersects with Church Street in the center middleground. Church Street proceeds from the center middleground into the far right background. In the foreground are three automobiles parked along Union Avenue on the left. There are utility poles and utility lines along the streets. On the right is Scott & Williams Company, formerly the sight of the George Mayo Company. In the center middleground is the Busy Corner Store. There is a sign on top of the building stating "Busy Corner".The