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Name Church Street Bridge
Number of Archive records 5
Number of Photo records 24

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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 L1990.0116.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 L1990.0116.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".

Image of L1990.0116.R.0011 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0116.R.0011 - 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 light poles along both sides of the bridge.There are houses/ residences on the right side of the bridge and a brick building on the left side of the bridge. On both ends of the bridge are stonewalls. The Winnipesaukee River runs under the bridge.On the front is labeled "Church St. Bridge, Laconia, N.H.".On the back is labeled "Published by american Art Post Card Co., Boston, Mass."

Image of L1990.0116.U.0079 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0116.U.0079 - 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. 7567" as well as "Place the Stamp Here One Cent for United States a

Image of H2007.0098.0062 - Print, Photographic

H2007.0098.0062 - Print, Photographic

Black and white sepia-toned photograph depicting Winnipesaukee "River and Church St., winter scene, river frozen over." At far right is the Church Street bridge. The Laconia Spa building is at center. At left are houses and buildings along the river.

Image of H2007.0098.0089 - Print, Photographic

H2007.0098.0089 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph depicting the "Church Foot Bridge- Sept. 1928". Three men stand on the bridge looking out over the water. At back is a long one-story brick building with large 15/15 windows. A sign on the building reads "Studebaker Service".

Image of H2007.0098.0090 - Print, Photographic

H2007.0098.0090 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph depicting the "Church St. Foot Bridge- Sept. 1929". View from one end of the bridge looking down Church street towards Depot Square. In view is the corner of the Studebaker Service building at right, an apartment house beyond that along the corner of Messer Street, St. John's School at corner of Messer Street. At left is the Laconia Spa building.

Image of H2007.0098.0092 - Print, Photographic

H2007.0098.0092 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph depicting the bank of the Winnepesaukee River, "Across the River fromChurch St. Bdg- Sept. 1928". A house is visible through the trees at back.

Image of H2007.0098.0093 - Print, Photographic

H2007.0098.0093 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph depicting the bank of the Winnepesaukee River, "Across the River fromChurch St. Bdg- Sept. 1928". A house is visible through the trees at back.

Image of H2007.0098.0111 - Print, Photographic

H2007.0098.0111 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a neighborhood from across a small body of water. There is a brick wall and telephone poles in view. Caption reads, "Across River from Church St. Bridge 1930."

Image of H2011.0115.0001 - Print, Photographic

H2011.0115.0001 - Print, Photographic

Image is a colored view of repairs being made to the Church Street bridge. In view are two cranes, several houses, the river and some buildings supplies. There is snow on the ground and on some buildings. In the distance is a red and white tower and another bridge.

Image of H2012.0030.0004 - Postcard

H2012.0030.0004 - Postcard

Black and white photographic postcard featuring automobiles driving down a street (Church Street) with high water. The right side of the street is lined with homes. In the distance is the Church Street Bridge. Several people are on the sidewalk. Written on back, "Going down Church St., You can see light globes in distance of Church St. Bridge, 1936."

Image of L1990.0008.A.0001(62) - Print, Photographic

L1990.0008.A.0001(62) - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Winnipesaukee River and Church Street in Laconia in August of 1964, taken from River Street. In the foreground is a paved River Street with a metal railing bordering it in the middleground. There are bushes in the center beyond the railing. In the middleground is the Winnipesaukee River which proceeds from left to right across the picture. Beyond the river is a concrete wall bordering it as well as another metal railing. On the far right in the background is part of Church Street and the Church Street Bridge. In the background on the far left is a building housing the "Laconia Spa" store. There is a sign on the building stating "Laconia Spa" with

Image of L1990.0009.G.0054 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0009.G.0054 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the old Church Street Bridge in Laconia, N.H., circa 1890's. There is a trolley car/horse car on the left side of the bridge. There are men standing on wooden staging in front of the bridge, over the Winnipesaukee River, working on the installation of the city's sewer system. In the background is the George W. Riley residence with a mansard roof and tower in the front. On the back is written " Middle 1888 - 1890. Laying sewer pipe beneath Church St. Bridge. Note horse car on bridge. Looking toward east."

Image of L1990.0110.F.0042 (1) - Print, Photographic

L1990.0110.F.0042 (1) - Print, Photographic

This sepia colored photograph depicts the old Church Street Bridge in Laconia, N.H. On the far left and in the background are houses surrounded with trees. The bridge spans from left to right over the Winnipesaukee River.There are people standing on the left side of the bridge. There is construction of the east embankment and River Street. On the back is labeled "Old Church St. Bridge" and "Foss Collection".

Image of L1990.0110.J.0023 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0110.J.0023 - Print, Photographic

This black and white sepia-toned photograph depicts the view south of west from the Church Street bridge in the 1860s. The bridge itself is a the right and is composed entirely of wood. The surface is composed of horizontal boards and there is a railing at the edge over the Winnipesaukee River. At the left one can see a couple with a small boy standing at the side of the river. The man holds a horizontal stick out over the water (fishing pole) and wears a hat with flat top and wide band, lightly colored jacket, and trousers. The boy wears a hat, jacket, and trousers. The woman wears a hat, fitted blouse, and skirt with bustle and dark trim at the hem. They stand on a path,

Image of L1990.0110.M.0018 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0110.M.0018 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the old Church Street Bridge in Laconia, N.H. On the far left and in the background are houses surrounded with trees. The bridge spans from left to right over the Winnipesaukee River.There are people standing on the left side of the bridge. There is construction of the east embankment and River Street. On the back is written "Church St. Bridge looking North" and "Foss". Also on the back is printed "Print by the Achber Studio, 49 Canal Street, Laconia, N.H."

Image of L1990.0114.C.0006 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0114.C.0006 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Church Street Bridge, built in 1928, on Church Street. The bridge spans from left to right in the picture and has streetlights along it. The Winnipesaukee River is below. On the far left is a building with a sign stating "___s, Studebaker, Service" .The storage tank of the Laconia Gas Works, on Messer Street is visible in the distance on the right. There is what apapears to be a smokestack on the right side of the building.There are trees in the background and a utility pole on the far right. On the back is stamped " Print by The Achber Studio, 49 Canal Street, Laconia, NH".

Image of L1990.0116.S.0450 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0116.S.0450 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the old Church Street Bridge in Laconia, N.H., circa 1890's. There is a trolley car/horse car on the left side of the bridge. There are men standing on wooden staging in front of the bridge, over the Winnipesaukee River, working on the installation of the city's sewer system. In the background is the George W. Riley residence with a mansard roof and tower in the front. On the back is written " Church Street Bridge. Crew laying sewage pipe. Note horse-car on the bridge. Large house with mansard roof in background is residence of Geo. W. Riley, proprietor of Laconia Lumber Co. Mr. Riley ____ Feby 9, 1848. Prominent citizen of Laconia. This view is abo