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Image of H2007.0103.0001 - Print, Photographic

H2007.0103.0001 - Print, Photographic

Photograph of Laconia State Guard personnel marching up Main Street. Commanding officer Sidney Shastany takes the lead, followed by 1st sargent Ed Chertok, followed by 2nd lieutenant Bud Fletcher. Three columns of Laconia State Guardsmen take the rear (about 27 men) in full uniform. Buildings at right on Main Street, just before Veterans' Square, include from front to back Quality Market, Ray's Diner, Gardens Theater (in Pemaco Block). Police officer at right margin is Henry MacMichael.

Image of L1990.0116.S.0360 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0116.S.0360 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Old North Congregational Church, located in Veteran's Square in Laconia, after its steeple was destroyed in the 1938 hurricane. In the foreground is Veteran's Square and Veteran's Avenue with a raised, paved area on the far right and the edge of an overhang above it. There is an automobile pulled up against the raised, paved area on the right middleground. The automobile has been damaged by the falling steeple of the church. In the center foreground proceeding into the background is debris and the remnants of the destruction of the church's steeple. In the center background is the Old North Congregational Church. The steeple has been torn down

L2007.0031.0003.0059-A - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Old North Congregational Church, located on Main Street, with its steeple destroyed by the hurricane that hit the Laconia area in 1938. In the foreground is Main Street and Depot Square with the destroyed steeple of the Old North Congregational Church strewn from the center foreground into the middleground. There is a destroyed automobile on the far right.underneath the rubble of the steeple. In the foreground on the far right is also part of the overhang of the Laconia Passenger Station/Depot. In the center middleground is the Old North Congregational Church in a state of destruction with its steeple having been torn away by the effect of the h

Image of L2007.0031.0003.0080-C - Print, Photographic

L2007.0031.0003.0080-C - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Victory Parade celebrating the Victory over Japan, proceeding down Main Street in Laconia on August 16, 1945 at 10 a.m. in the morning. In the foreground is Main Street leading from the lower front left to the middle right. There are several people, men, women and children, standing along the sidewalk beside the street observing the parade and celebration. On the left are two automobiles parked on the side of the street. There are people also walking in the street. On the far left in the foreground is a business/building with a sign above stating "____ ty Shoppe". Next on the right is another building housing Ray's Diner with a sign above stati

Image of L2012.0019.0001 - Print, Photographic

L2012.0019.0001 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Old North Congregational Church, located in Veteran's Square in Laconia, after its steeple was destroyed in the 1938 hurricane. In the foreground is Veteran's Square and Veteran's Avenue with a raised, paved area on the far right and the edge of an overhang above it. There is an automobile pulled up against the raised, paved area on the right middleground. The automobile has been damaged by the falling steeple of the church. In the center foreground proceeding into the background is debris and the remnants of the destruction of the church's steeple. In the center background is the Old North Congregational Church. The steeple has been torn down