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Name Laconia Savings Bank
Number of Archive records 7
Number of Object records 7
Number of Photo records 8

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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 L1900.0002.A.0017(2) - Program

L1900.0002.A.0017(2) - Program

Item is a program for a production of "The Glorious Girl," presented by "Frank W. Wilkins Post, No. 1 American Legion," at the, "Colonial Theatre," from "Nov. 3-4." The cover is deep red with black writing and a black image of a woman in an even ing dress with a large cloak and fan. Features lists of performers' names as well as dozens of advertisements from local businesses and business people.

Image of L1990.0001.B.0001 - Booklet

L1990.0001.B.0001 - Booklet

Item is a program for the "Third Annual Elks' Show" at the Colonial Theater to take place Febryary 23-25, 1922. The cover art features a Asian woman dressed in a kimono holding a fan and "The Geisha," written in Asian-style lettering. The pages inside feature local businesses who supported the show as well as lists of performers and other contributors to the show.

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 L1994.0001.0051 - Program

L1994.0001.0051 - Program

Item is a program for a production of "The Glorious Girl," presented by "Frank W. Wilkins Post, No. 1 American Legion," at the, "Colonial Theatre," from "Nov. 3-4." The cover is deep red with black writing and a black image of a woman in an even ing dress with a large cloak and fan. Features lists of performers' names as well as dozens of advertisements from local businesses and business people.

Image of L2012.0062.0001 - Booklet

L2012.0062.0001 - Booklet

This is a booklet/Laconia Business Directory from 1872 published by Leavitt, Chase & Melcher Publishers. The front and back covers are orange colored. On the front cover is printed : "Laconia Business Directory, 1872. Leavitt, Chase & Melcher, Publishers." Written on the upper left side of the front cover is : " W.N. Chase" On page 1 is printed : "Laconia Business Directory, 1872, Leavitt, Chase & Melcher, Publishers." Also inside is a small piece of paper with typewritten : "Given by William N. Chase". Page 2 is blank. On page 3 is printed : "Banks : -Laconia Savings Bank - A.G. Folsom, President, W. L. Melcher, Treasurer, F.D. Cook, Clerk" -Belknap Savings Bank,

Image of L2012.0067.0001 - Book

L2012.0067.0001 - Book

This is a book of Executive Bankers of New England in 1930, compiled by John Edwin Gott. On the front cover is embossed : "Executive Bankers of New England 1930. Edited and Compiled by John Edwin Gott." On the interior cover page is printed : "Executive Bankers of New England 1930, Compiled and Edited by John Edwin Gott. Copyrighted 1930 by the New Hampshire Publishing Company, Inc. Manchester, N.H." The next page has a foreward. The next page has a black and white photograph of W.P.G.Harding, Governor, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston" . The next page contains a "Dedication to William P.G. Harding, Governor Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 1923-1930." Then on page 1 are brief hist

Image of H2010.0231.0001 - Tile

H2010.0231.0001 - Tile

Item is a black and white ceramic tile with the image of a one story building with a flag pole out front on it. It reads, "Laconia Savings Bank; founded 1831 constructed 1971; Strength-Safety-Friendly Service." It is backed with cork.

Image of H2012.0003.0002 - Stamp, Date

H2012.0003.0002 - Stamp, Date

Item is an iron bank stamp with a black matte finish and red, blue, and gold colored decoration. The base has two holes for mounting to a desk or wall. Handle lifts up, and when properly working, would lift stamp to enable pressing into an ink pad and evenutally the paper to be stamped. When lifted manually, the stamp face has traces of red ink and reads, "Laconia Savings Bank."

Image of H2012.0061.0001 - Hat

H2012.0061.0001 - Hat

Item is a maroon cloth baseball-style cap with a grey brim and a leather adjustable strap. The front of the hat reads, "Laconia Savings Bank" in grey writing and features the bank's logo.

Image of H2012.0061.0002 - Hat

H2012.0061.0002 - Hat

Item is a brown and tan polyester baseball-style cap with a brown brim and a plastic adjustable strap. The front of the hat reads, "Laconia Savings Bank" in orange writing and features the bank's logo.

Image of H2012.0061.0003 - Hat

H2012.0061.0003 - Hat

Item is a grey cloth baseball-style cap with a maroon brim and a leather adjustable strap. The front of the hat reads, "Laconia Savings Bank" in maroon writing and features the bank's logo.

Image of H2012.0061.0007 - Pencil

H2012.0061.0007 - Pencil

Item is a wood pencil finished in grey. It has black block lettering which reads, "Laconia Savings Bank."

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 H2011.0104.0001 - Print, Photographic

H2011.0104.0001 - Print, Photographic

Colred aerial view of downtown Laconia from the vantage point of above Union Avenue, looking north. In view are many brick buildings, paved roads, a bridge, river, park, benches, automobiles, churches, an American flag, and parking lots. Some specific sites include: Main Street (closed off), Beacon Street East (center), Beacon Street West, Winnipesaukee River, Belknap Mill (2nd brick mill from right), Busiel Mill (farthest right), the newly constructed Parking Garage, Congregational (Stone) Church, Congregational (Old North Church), Laconia Tavern, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Church Street, Laconia Public Library, Sundial Shop, Laconia Mall, and Laconia Savings Bank. A sign reads,

Image of H2011.0114.0004 - Print, Photographic

H2011.0114.0004 - Print, Photographic

Image is a colored view of a parade on Main Street in Laconia. A float with many little girls in dresses drives down the road. It reads, "Weeks' All Star Dairy The Good Old Days." Many spectators line the road. Also in view are some storefronts including F. W. Woolworth Company , J. J. Newbury Company, Hounsell's Drug Store and Laconia Savings Bank.

Image of H2011.0114.0007 - Print, Photographic

H2011.0114.0007 - Print, Photographic

Image is a colored view of a parade on Main Street in Laconia. An convertable automobile with a sign on it which reads, "Laconia's Oldest CItizen Mrs. Mary King 1010 Years Young!" drives down the road. In the automobile are tow men in the front with costumes on and a nun and Mary King in the back seat. Also in view are some storefronts including F. W. Woolworth Company , J. J. Newbury Company, Hounsell's Drug Store and Laconia Savings Bank. Many spectators, some with balloons, line the street.

Image of H2011.0114.0008 - Print, Photographic

H2011.0114.0008 - Print, Photographic

Image is a colored view of a parade on Main Street in Laconia. Three girls in uniforms, one holding a flag and two holding rifles, march down the street. A police officer stands by the crowd behind them. Also in view is a traffic light and some storefronts including F. W. Woolworth Company , J. J. Newbury Company, Hounsell's Drug Store and Laconia Savings Bank. Many spectators, some with balloons, line the street.

Image of L1990.0008.A.0058-5 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0008.A.0058-5 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts construction on Laconia Savings Bank ,located on Main Street, during Urban Renewal in Laconia in the 1970s. In the foreground is a paved street. Along the street is a brick wall. There are several workmen beyond the wall raising a tall pole. In the middleground is Laconia Savings Bank with lettering on the front stating "Laconia Savings Bank". In the background on the far left is a brick building and trees.

Image of L2007.0031.0001.0015-E - Print, Photographic

L2007.0031.0001.0015-E - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Folsom Opera House Block on Main Street in Laconia in the early 1920s. In the foreground is Main Street with an automobile parked along the street on the far right. The Folsom Opera House Block is in the middleground. On the far left side of the block is Laconia Savings Bank with lettering in the front windows stating "Laconia Savings Bank" and the People's National Bank with lettering in the front window stating "People's National Bank". There is a sign above as well with a clock in it. The sign states " Peoples National Bank, Laconia Savings Bank". There is a covered entrance next on the right. The next store/business on the right is the New Yo