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Name Laconia Federal Savings and Loan
Number of Archive records 10.0
Number of Library records 0.0
Number of Object records 5.0
Number of Photo records 14.0

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Image of H2010.0109.0001 - Program

H2010.0109.0001 - Program

Item is a program booklet for a production of Godspell at the Colonial Theater on Thursday, May , 1973. The cover is black, red, and white and features a drawing of a head. Inside the front cover in pen, "Ethel Peters."

Image of H2010.0109.0001 - Program

H2010.0109.0001 - Program

Item is a program booklet for a production of Godspell at the Colonial Theater on Thursday, May , 1973. The cover is black, red, and white and features a drawing of a head. Inside the front cover in pen, "Ethel Peters."

Image of H2011.0125.0001 - Program

H2011.0125.0001 - Program

Item is a black, white, and red printed program for the "New Hampshire All-State Concert Festival" in Laconia, NH on April 18-19, 1963. The front cover features a music scale and instruments as well as the title. The back cover features the Laconia Junior High School, three black and white portraits of Laconia Junior High School teachers, and a music scale. The programs pages include messages from the governor, Laconia's mayor, and Laconia schools superintendent, and the Laconia Education Association. The program also highlights members of the New Hampshire Music Educators Association, performance lists and All-State members lists. Many advertisements for Laconia area business are found

Image of H2012.0038.0011 - Booklet

H2012.0038.0011 - Booklet

Item is a booklet on the Sled Dog race in Laconia NH in February of 1956. The cover features a black and white image of a dog's head. It reads, "Laconia NH World and New England 100 Mile Sled Dog Champsionships, February 18-18-19, 1956; Belknap County Sportsmen's Association; Program 25c." Inside the race officials and committees and members are listed. See People file for names. Also inside are several black and white images of past races and prizes as well as information on the race and prizes. There is also the list of contestants and a grid for entering start and finish times. Contributors are listed and "Mushers' Queen Candidates" are listed with images. The booklet concludes

Image of L1990.0116.M.0006 - Booklet

L1990.0116.M.0006 - Booklet

This is a booklet on the history of St. Joseph Church, located on Church Street in Laconia, celebrating the church happenings from 1929 to 1979. The cover of the booklet is green with a color photograph of St. Joseph Church. The church is built of granite with limestone trim. It was built in the late 1920s and dedicated on September 12, 1930 by Bishop George A. Guertin, Bishop of Manchester. The picture depicts the church in autumn, with a large maple tree on the far left and red and orange leaves on the ground. The church has a large double door entrance with steps leading up to it. There is a religious statue on the far right on the lawn. The church has a large square tower on the left f

Image of L2012.0120.0001 - Booklet

L2012.0120.0001 - Booklet

This is a green and white colored booklet for the Statement of Condition for the Laconia Federal Savings & Loan Association, located in Laconia, for December 31, 1970. On the front cover is printed : "Laconia Federal Savings & Loan Association, Laconia, New Hampshire" as well as "New England's First Federal" and "Statement of Condition". Included on the front cover is a decorative design in green and gold as well as round emblems stating "Member Federal Home Loan ___stem" and "Insured, Safety of Your Savings, Federal Savings And Loan Insurance Corporation. Insured Up To $20,000". Wriiten in pen on the top of the front cover is : "12/31/70". Inside the booklet is printed : "Laconia Fede

Image of L2012.0121.0001 - Booklet

L2012.0121.0001 - Booklet

This is a booklet/brochure about the "Statement of Condition" of the Laconia Federal Savings and Loan Association, located in Laconia, for the close of business on December 31, 1967. On the cover is printed : "Statement of Condition. Laconia Federal Savings and Loan Association. Federal Savings and Loan Association, Laconia, New Hampshire." Also on the front cover is a sketch of a man and woman exiting the Laconia Federal Savings Bank. Written in pen on the front cover is : "12/31/67". Inside is printed : "Statement of Condition After the Close of Business December 31, 1967. Assets : Mortgage Loans and other Liens on Real Estate.... $8,955,792 All Other Loans.... 356,764

Image of L2012.0122.0001 - Program

L2012.0122.0001 - Program

This is a cream colored program with gold lettering for the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Laconia Building & Loan Association on Monday, January 17, 1938 held at the Colonial Theater located on Main Street in Laconia. On the front cover is printed : "Program 50th Anniversary of the Laconia Building & Loan Association Monday, January 17, 1938, Colonial Theatre. Fifty Years of Service 1888-1938". The page has a decorative gold edge around the outer perimeter. Inside on the first page is printed : Speakers : - Address of Welcome : Honorable Edward J. Gallagher, Mayor of Laconia -Introduction of Invited Guests -Historical Address : Honorable William F. Knight

Image of L2012.0123.0001 - Program

L2012.0123.0001 - Program

This is a cream colored program with gold lettering for the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Laconia Building & Loan Association on Monday, January 17, 1938 held at the Colonial Theater located on Main Street in Laconia. On the front cover is printed : "Fiftieth Anniversary of Laconia Building and Loan Association, Laconia, N.H., January 17, 1938. Half Century of Security and Service. 1888, 1938." Also printed on the front cover is a round emblem stating : "Laconia Building and Loan Association, Laconia, N.H. Incorporated January 14, 1888." Inside on back of the front cover is printed : Board of Directors 1888 : C.J. Austin W.S. Baldwin F.G. Berry E.A. Chandl

Image of L2012.0124.0001 - Program

L2012.0124.0001 - Program

This is a cream colored program for the Founders' Banquet of the New England District League of Federal Savings Institutions on Saturday, December 11, 1937 at the Harvard Club located in Boston, MA. The front cover is crealm colored and held together with a cream colored ribbon on the left side. The right side has a deckled edge. Printed on the front cover is : "Founders' Banquet of the New England District League of Federal Savings Institutions, Saturday evening December eleventh, nineteen hundred and thirty-seven, The Harvard Club, Boston, Massachusetts". Also on the front cover are two emblems stating " Member Federal Home Loan Bank System" and "Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corpo

Image of H2010.0200.0004 - Pin

H2010.0200.0004 - Pin

Item is a pin with an image of evergreen trees which reads, "Home Bank." It is silver, white, and red.

Image of H2010.0200.0001 - Pin

H2010.0200.0001 - Pin

Item is a pin with an image of evergreen trees which reads, "Laconia Federal." It is silver, white, and green.

Image of H2010.0208.0001 - Calendar

H2010.0208.0001 - Calendar

Item is a metal and paper tear-away calendar. It reads in blue paint, "Savings Insured up to $10,000 per account; Savings are Important; Give them extra safety; Laconia Federal Savings and Loan Association; 635 Main St Laconia NH." It includes 31 paper numbers and a 2 wheeles which spin to change month and weekday.

Image of H2011.0121.0001 - Mug

H2011.0121.0001 - Mug

Item is a beige and brown spotted pottery mug featuring the brown logo for the Laconia Federal Savings Bank. On the bottom it is stamped with, "Laconia Federal Savings 1979."

L2012.0040.0001 - Game, Board

This is a board game in the style of Monopoly but with the locations being all Laconia and Lakes Region based. The game consists of a folded cardboard board with printing in the center stating " "The Game of Laconia" and "This edition sponsored by the Laconia Jaycees" as well as "Wheeler-Dealer Michael Glenn Productions' Local Business Investment Board Game/"Personalized For Any City". Also printed in the center is "IRS Tax Audit: Audit Procedure : Roll one die twice. The 1st roll determines the amount of money at stake (10,000 times the number you roll.) The 2nd roll determines if you pay or collect.(Pay the Bank if the number is odd; collect if it is even.) Now go to THE PARK." The other

Image of H1987.0014.HH.0034 - Print, Photographic

H1987.0014.HH.0034 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph depicts spectators lined up along all sides of the street at the junction of Main Street and Pleasant Street awaiting a Chamber of Commerce parade. Cars drive up and down the street but three police officers stand in the street, directing traffic. Parking meters are seen along the street. Two trucks are parked in the street facing south. One is a television service company with ladders and megaphones on top. The other is a pickup truck for WM Bisson Building Construction. A group of eight men stand on the back of the truck. At back center is the F.W. Woolworth's building with a large "Join the Ground Observer Corps" sign in front. A 3-story brick block

Image of H1987.0014.HH.0035 - Print, Photographic

H1987.0014.HH.0035 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph depicts spectators lined up along Main Street, at the junction of Union Ave, awaiting a Chamber of Commerce parade. Cars drive up and down the street. Two trucks are parked in the street facing south. One is a television service company with ladders and megaphones on top. The other is a pickup truck for WM Bisson Building Construction. A group of eight men stand on the back of the truck. On the corner of Main Street and Union Ave is a three-story clapboarded building with Laconia Spa selling books, fruits and candy attached to a 2-story clapboarded building housing "Chester S. Higgins, Watchmaker"; the brick Laconia Savings Bank building; the Laconia Sav

Image of H1987.0014.HH.0036 - Print, Photographic

H1987.0014.HH.0036 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph depicts spectators lined up along all sides of the street at the junction of Main Street and Pleasant Street awaiting a Chamber of Commerce parade. Cars drive up and down the street but three police officers stand in the street, directing traffic. The officer in the foreground appears to be Chief Charles "Mickey" Dunleavy. Parking meters are seen along the street. Two trucks are parked in the street facing south. One is a television service company with ladders and megaphones on top. The other is a pickup truck for WM Bisson Building Construction. A group of eight men stand on the back of the truck. At back center is the F.W. Woolworth's building with a

Image of H1987.0014.HH.0037 - Print, Photographic

H1987.0014.HH.0037 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph depicts spectators lined up along all sides of the street at the junction of Main Street and Pleasant Street awaiting a Chamber of Commerce parade. Cars drive up and down the street but three police officers stand in the street, directing traffic. The officer in the foreground appears to be Chief Charles "Mickey" Dunleavy. Parking meters are seen along the street. Two trucks are parked in the street facing south. One is a television service company with ladders and megaphones on top. The other is a pickup truck for WM Bisson Building Construction. A group of eight men stand on the back of the truck. At back center is the F.W. Woolworth's building with a

Image of H1987.0014.HH.0038 - Print, Photographic

H1987.0014.HH.0038 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph depicts spectators lined up along Main Street awaiting a Chamber of Commerce parade. Cars drive up and down the street. At right are the following buildings from front to back (heading north): A three-story clapboarded building attached to a 2-story clapboarded building housing "Chester S. Higgins, Watchmaker"; the brick Laconia Savings Bank building with employees watching from windows; the Laconia Savings & Loan building, Landau's, Piscopo Block with Colonial Theater advertising "The Long Gray Line" along with a "Personal Insurance and Loan" company and a drug store; a brick block with Byse Insurance Agency and Sawyer's Jewelry; and the Masonic Building with