Lakes Region History Online
Laconia Historical & Museum Society

Search Term Record

  • Email This Page
  • Send Feedback
Name New Salem Street
Number of Archive records 2.0
Number of Library records 0.0
Number of Object records 0.0
Number of Photo records 13.0

Associated Records

Image of L2012.0063.0001 - Booklet

L2012.0063.0001 - Booklet

This is a booklet which is a Buyers' Directory of Laconia and Belknap, Carroll, Grafton & Merrimack Counties, which was published in 1953. On the front , orange colored cover is printed : "Buyers' Directory of Laconia and Belknap, Carroll, Grafton & Merrimack Counties Presented as a Public Service by the Laconia Evening Citizen, Your Favorite Daily Newspaper Serving the Entire Lakes Region. Subscription Rates : By Carrier (Where Available) Delivery : 35 cents weekly. By Mail : $1.25 Monthly, One Year : $15.00. Advertsing Rates on Request Tel. Laconia 1040. This Directory has been prepared, and all information compiled for the Laconia Evening Citizen by Elizabeth Warren Enterprises, Ta

Image of L2012.0064.0001 - Booklet

L2012.0064.0001 - Booklet

This is a booklet which is a Buyers' Directory of Laconia and Belknap, Carroll, Grafton & Merrimack Counties, which was published in 1953. On the front , orange colored cover is printed : "Buyers' Directory of Laconia and Belknap, Carroll, Grafton & Merrimack Counties Presented as a Public Service by the Laconia Evening Citizen, Your Favorite Daily Newspaper Serving the Entire Lakes Region. Subscription Rates : By Carrier (Where Available) Delivery : 35 cents weekly. By Mail : $1.25 Monthly, One Year : $15.00. Advertsing Rates on Request Tel. Laconia 1040. This Directory has been prepared, and all information compiled for the Laconia Evening Citizen by Elizabeth Warren Enterprises, Ta

Image of H1981.0001.0002 - Print, Photographic

H1981.0001.0002 - Print, Photographic

This black and white modern copy photograph depicts the Laconia Passenger depot from the east with New Salem Street at the left. The street is dirt. The Passenger Depot is 1 1/2 stories with gable roof running parallel to tracks. It has three 6/6 windows in the east facade. The roof hangs over to cover platforms on both the street (south) and track (north) sides of the structure. There is a brick chimney at the west end of the structure. A man stands on the platform on the road side of the building and walks toward the back of a two-horse buggy that is parked there. The buggy has a canvas top over the back. At the south side of the building stand two men. One is dressed in a

Image of H2007.0098.0116 - Print, Photographic

H2007.0098.0116 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a long house on a dirt road-- New Salem Street. An end section of the house is brick while the rest is covered in wooden clapboards. It is a two-story building with at least two chimneys and several entrances and several windows. A woman stands in one doorway. Another building and an automobile are in the distance. Caption reads "New Salem St. July 30, 1930." Another caption reads, "OK 1963..."

Image of H2011.0080.0001 - Print, Photographic

H2011.0080.0001 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph print several woman wearing long skirts and blouses and hats with bicycles on a dirt road in front of a large mansard-roofed house. They are at the corner of Pleasant and New Salem Streets. In the foreground are trolley tracks. By the house are utility poles.

Image of H2011.0040.0022 - Print, Photographic

H2011.0040.0022 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a parade with a float pulled by two horses and a sign which reads, "City Milk Farm I. D. Head and Son." The float is decorated with several American flags. There appears to be another coming behind it. Along the dirt road a wooden gabled building and a tall brick building are in view. Some spectators appear to be standing to the side. View is of either New Salem Street of Pleasant Street. On back in pencil, " Tavern Corner Marston Store (Sanborn House) A. L. Childs..."

Image of L1978.0001.0003 - Postcard

L1978.0001.0003 - Postcard

This black and white photographic postcard depicts the view southeast from the railroad crossing at North Main Street. In the foreground one can see two double sets of railroad ties along New Salem Street. The street is dirt and one can see wagon tracks at the left. At the left one can see the intersection of Main and New Salem Streets. There is a white painted fence along the north side of the tracks and one can see a barn and dwelling in the distance along the tracks. To the south side of the tracks is a small guard house. A man sits outside and leans against the structure with another standing in front of him. On the opposite side of the street one can see the railway cross

Image of L1990.0008.A.0050 (1) - Print, Photographic

L1990.0008.A.0050 (1) - Print, Photographic

Black and white aerial photograph of downtown Laconia prior to its Urban Renewal phase. View looking west towards the downtown district from the other side of the Winnipesaukee River. In the foreground is Beacon Street with mill buildings, tenement houses, parking lot, and Post Office. At right is Church Street with St. Joseph's Church and school and Gale Memorial Library/ Laconia Public LIbrary. At center ground is the intersection of Main Street (horizontal) and Pleasant Street (heading towards top margin of photo). Included are businesses and city blocks. Cars drive down Main Street towards Depot Street and opposite direction traffic occus along Pleasant Street and back towards M

Image of L1990.0008.A.0061 (6) - Print, Photographic

L1990.0008.A.0061 (6) - Print, Photographic

Black and white aerial view photograph of downtown Laconia during the urban renewal movement of the early 1970s. View looking west after Beacon Street East and the mall have been constructed. In the foreground along Beacon Street are the Belknap Mill and Busiel Mill on one side of the street and a large parking lot on the other side. A large lot (future site of parking garage) has been leveled and gives a clear view of Main Street. Along Main Street are the new mall and block at junction of Main and Pleasant Streets. A gas station is seen at the end of Pleasant Street, at the junction of Pleasant and Depot Street. At back is the newly renovated Beacon Street West with Laconia Shoe C

Image of L1990.0009.G.0059 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0009.G.0059 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Leavitt House located on Pleasant Street in Laconia in the late 1800s. In the foreground is dirt Pleasant Street which intersects with New Salem Street on the left. There is a railroad crossing signal pole on the far right. There is a sidewalk bordering both streets. There is a group of people, men in suits, women in long dresses, and children, in the middleground on the sidewalk. One woman is holding an umbrella. There are two utility poles on the right in the middleground beyond the sidewalk. In the center middleground is the Leavitt House which is three stories high and has a covered porch on the front and windows on each level. The house has

L1990.0009.N.0091 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts buildings on New Salem Street in Laconia. In the foreground is New Salem Street with a utility pole on the right. In the middleground on the far left is a two story building with an entrance on the front corner and windows on each level. There are tufts of grass growing in front of the building. On the right is another building/business with a covered entrance on the front corner. There are steps leading to the entrance. Near this entrance appears to be an air conditioner in the wall. On the front face of the building on the right is lettering stating "American ____". There is another main entrance on this side with an awning over it. There are also

Image of L2007.0031.0001.0029-A - Print, Photographic

L2007.0031.0001.0029-A - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts a detailed sketch of the Town of Laconia in 1882. The sketch has Pleasant Street in the foreground on the left leading over to the right middleground. Oak Street starts on the far left and leads into the background. Main Street leads from the far left middleground across to the right middleground. Off of Main Street is Church Street in the middleground leading to the background. In the right foreground is New Salem Street with Water Street in the far right foreground. The Winnipesaukee River is depicted on the far right as well. In the background on the right is Spring Street, Lake Street, Jewett Street, Oak Place, High Street and Avery Street. Seve

Image of L2007.0031.0002.0004-A - Album, Photograph

L2007.0031.0002.0004-A - Album, Photograph

This black and white photograph depicts a detailed sketch of the Town of Laconia in 1883. The sketch has Pleasant Street in the foreground on the left leading over to the right middleground. Oak Street starts on the far left and leads into the background. Main Street leads from the far left middleground across to the right middleground. Off of Main Street is Church Street in the middleground leading to the background. In the right foreground is New Salem Street with Water Street in the far right foreground. The Winnipesaukee River is depicted on the far right as well. In the background on the right is Spring Street, Lake Street, Jewett Street, Oak Place, High Street and Avery Street. Seve

Image of L2011.0114.0001 - Print, Photographic

L2011.0114.0001 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts buildings on New Salem Street in Laconia. In the foreground is New Salem Street with a utility pole on the right. In the middleground on the far left is a two story building with an entrance on the front corner and windows on each level. There are tufts of grass growing in front of the building. On the right is another building/business with a covered entrance on the front corner. There are steps leading to the entrance. Near this entrance appears to be an air conditioner in the wall. On the front face of the building on the right is lettering stating "American Standard". There is another main entrance on this side with an awning over it. There are

Image of L2011.0115.0001 - Print, Photographic

L2011.0115.0001 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts buildings on New Salem Street in Laconia. In the foreground is New Salem Street , proceeding into the background, with a utility pole on the right. There is a street sign near the utility pole stating ""15 Minute Parking".The long building on the far left has lettering across the front stating "American Standard". There are windows along the front of the building and an entrance with an awning over it. Beyond this building on the left is a metal fence and a sidewalk bordering the street.There are utililty poles and lines along both sides of New Salem Street leading into the background. There are automobiles parked along the right side of the street