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Name New Hampshire Veterans Association
Number of Archive records 4.0
Number of Library records 0.0
Number of Object records 2.0
Number of Photo records 17.0

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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 L1990.0009.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 L1994.0001.0051 - 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 L2012.0059.0001 - 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 H2010.0199.0020 - Medal, Commemorative

H2010.0199.0020 - Medal, Commemorative

Item is a medallion with attached ribbon and pin. The ribbon is blue and yellow and reads, "13th Annual Encampment, Dept of NH, The Weirs, July 15-16, 1938." The metal is octogonal and reads, "Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States."

Image of H2010.0204.0001 - Haversack

H2010.0204.0001 - Haversack

Item is a black leather haversack with a brown and metal clasp. Printed on sack, "Eighteenth reuinion of the 12th N.H.V. Thursday, September 27, 1883. Ashland, New Hampshire."

Image of H2009.0069.0001 - Print, Photographic

H2009.0069.0001 - Print, Photographic

black and white photograph of The Weirs mounted on dark green board. Photograph taken from atop a hill looking towards Weirs Landing. In foreground are two houses. At mid-ground is Weirs Landing with Winnipesaukee Gardens, houses lining the shore and Tower Hill, the roofline of the Hotel Weirs, a trolley running along Lakeside Ave, and rooflines for NH Veterans' Association buildings. At back is Lake Winnepesaukee and hills. Back inscribed "Weirs Hotell"

Image of H2009.0069.0002 - Print, Photographic

H2009.0069.0002 - Print, Photographic

black and white photograph of The Weirs mounted on dark green board. Photograph taken from Lake Winnipesaukee looking toward Tower Hill. At back are the NH Veterans' Assocation buildings along Lakeside Avenue, the New Weirs Hotel, The Lakeside House, the Lakeside Cafe and passenger statio. A train car is seen on the tracks. On top of the hill is the Winnicoette House hotel.

Image of H2009.0073.0001 - Print, Photographic

H2009.0073.0001 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph copy of a postcard depicting Weirs Landing looking down Lakeside Avenue. "Views of Lake Winnipesaukee and Vicinity. Moulton, Weirs, NH". Back inscribed in ink "Weirs Station." At left is the passenger station for the Boston, Concord, and Maine Railroad as well as sheds and a water tank associated with the train. Lakeside Ave is very small and dirt, not paved. A wooden sidewalk lines the road at right with NH Veteran's Assocation headquarters at back, the lawn for the Hotel Weirs at center, and a 3-story building in the foreground at right.

Image of H2010.0139.0002 - Print, Photographic

H2010.0139.0002 - Print, Photographic

Black and white image of the Lakeside Cafe decorated for a veteran's reunion or celebration. Five men sit on or by the cafe's porch. Sashes read, "Honor the Brave and Fallen; Welcome Fremont." Written on back in pencil, "Lakeside Cafe=Weirs NH; In the early days of the GAR Veterans Reunions; sign over the door suggests that Gen. John C. Fremont visited the Wiers perhaps for a reunion. Gen Fremont the Great Pathfinder died in 1890 aged 77. So if he came this photo was taken in the 1880s-probably around 1885- as the Weirs reunions of the GAR started in a small way in 1878. AL Childs 1962."

Image of L1990.0008.A.0068 (10) - Print, Photographic

L1990.0008.A.0068 (10) - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph depicts aerial view of The Weirs, mainly showing Lakeside Ave. and North Endicott Street. Along Lakeside Ave. is New Hampshire Veteran's Association, Weirs Pier, Irwin Gardens, Lakeside House, Tarlson's Arcade, Diner, other businesses and cabins. Along North Endicott Street is the entrance to the Weirs Drive-In, the Weirs sign, dwelling houses, restaurant, hotel (possibly Shangri-La) and cabins. In the background are mountains. Printed on back "Photo by Loran Percy. Professional Photographer, Lakeport, NH"

Image of L1990.0009.A.0021 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0009.A.0021 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts a view of Lakeside Avenue in The Weirs in the 1911. In the foreground on the right is a dirt covered Lakeside Avenue which proceeds into the background. There are railroad tracks in the center and on the left proceeding into the background. There are several utility poles on the far left in the foreground and additional ones running along both sides of Lakeside Avenue in the background. In the middleground on the far left is the Weirs Passenger Station/Depot with its long covered waiting area. There are several people around the depot and in the center background. In the middleground on the far right is a small building with a man standing in front o

Image of L1990.0110.N.0012 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0110.N.0012 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts a view of Lakeside Avenue in The Weirs in the late 1880s. In the center foreground is a dirt covered Lakeside Avenue which proceeds into the background. In the foreground on the far left is part of a brick wall, and steps, a sidewalk, and the roof of the tower of the New Hampshire Veteran's Association Headquater's Building and a flagpole in back of it. In the foreground on the far right are several sets of railroad tracks running parallel to Lakeside Avenue, proceeding into the center background. There are several utility poles to the right of the railroad tracks. Within the tracks on the right in the middleground is a wooden platform. On the far ri

Image of L1990.0114.B.0057 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0114.B.0057 - Print, Photographic

Black and white image of four men posed outside the Lakeside Cafe. Building is decorated with banners which read, "Welcome Fremont; Honour the Brave and Fallen." On back in pen, "Welcome tent Lakeside Cafe."

Image of L1990.0116.T.0225.0002 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0116.T.0225.0002 - Print, Photographic

Black and white image of five men posed outside the Lakeside Cafe. Building is decorated with banners which read, "Welcome Fremont; Honour the Brave and Fallen." On back in pencil, "Lakeside Cafe c, 1888. Familiar Weris NH restaurant in early day so f the GAR Reunions. Sign readins, 'Welcome to Fremont' suggests a visit to the NH Veteran's Association by Gen John C Fremont, the great pathfinder; AL Childs April 1961."

Image of L1990.0116.T.0137 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0116.T.0137 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts a view of the Weirs Passenger Station Depot, also known as the Concord & Montreal Railroad Station, located in The Weirs, in the 1880s. In the center foreground is a dirt Lakeside Avenue which proceeds into the left background. In the foreground on the far left is a sidewalk bordering Lakeside Avenue. There is a set of steps in the foreground on the far left leading up to one of the houses, cottages along the avenue. Also on the far left is part of the roof of the tower on the New Hampshire Veteran's Association Headquarters. There is a flagpole near the roof. There are trees and light poles along the sidewalk, leading into the background. In the f

Image of L1990.0116.T.0218 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0116.T.0218 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the end of a dirt road looking toward the New Hampshire Veteran Association building. A sign reads, "NH Veteran Association Camp Wm P Ainsworth." By the sign several people stand by a carraige that is parked to the side. Image is a copy and doubled on the page. On back in pencil, "G. A. R. Reunion NH Veterans Assn. Camp Ainsworth (on the ...)...August 1884 Weirs NH; Note: Later the wooden arch over the roadway was moved down closer to railroad avenue (Lakeside Ave) In Aug 1894 Mrs J F Rebley donated an iron statue and water fountain known as soldiers monument. it stood below the arch, very close to the avenue. A.L Childs April 1961."

Image of L1990.0116.T.0219 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0116.T.0219 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the railroad station at The Weirs. Image is a copy and doubled on the page. Hundreds of soldiers stand on the grounds. A woman with a parasol is in view. On back in pencil, "NH Veterans Assn Meeting at Weirs RR Station at left c 1883-5."

Image of L1990.0116.T.0225 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0116.T.0225 - Print, Photographic

Black and white image of five men posed outside the Lakeside Cafe. Building is decorated with banners which read, "Welcome Fremont; Honour the Brave and Fallen." On back in pencil, "Lakeside Cafe at Weirs NH early 1880s; Perhaps John C. Fremont came here in the 1880 decade. Other photos show a sign welcoming Sheridan (General Philip Sheridan) who may also have visited a Weirs Reuinin."

L2007.0031.0001.0052-A - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Hotel Weirs in The Weirs around 1881. In the foreground on the far left is a dirt driveway leading up the hill to the Hotel Weirs. In the foreground on the far right is the hill leading up to the hotel. There are trees planted along the driveway with wooden supports around their bases. Near the top of the hill on the far left is a sign over the driveway stating "N.H. Veteran Association" . In the middleground at the top of the hill on the right is the large Hotel Weirs with a long set of stairs leading up to the main entrance. There is a walkway leading up to the stairs and another smaller walkway leading from the lower right near the driveway u