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Name St. Joseph's Parish
Number of Archive records 6.0
Number of Library records 0.0
Number of Object records 0.0
Number of Photo records 17.0

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Image of L1990.0110.F.0051 - Postcard

L1990.0110.F.0051 - Postcard

This is a black and white postcard depicting the old St. Joseph Church, located on the corner of Messer Street and Lyford Street in Laconia, in the early 1900s. In the foreground is a dirt covered Messer Street ,which proceeds across the image from the far left to the far right, with Lyford Street off the picture on the far left. There is a sidewalk bordering Messer Street. In the foreground on the far left is a bunch of bushes, plants and long grass as well as trees. In the center middleground is utility pole. There is another utility pole farther in the background on the far left. To the right is a dirt driveway. In the center background is the old St. Joseph's Church. The church has a w

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 L2012.0041.0001 - Card, Commemorative

L2012.0041.0001 - Card, Commemorative

This is a colored card commemorating the Centennial Observance at St. Joseph's Church/Parish in 1971. On the front of the card is a colored print of St. Joseph, also known as Joseph of Nazareth or Joseph the Betrothed, who was considered the foster-father of Jesus. He is dressed in a green shirt with a white undershirt and a brown cloth draped across his upper left shoulder and bottom part of his body. He has a short beard and is holding a child in his arms. The child is wearing a long white overshirt. There is a halo drawn around the head of St. Joseph and the child. There is a light blue background behind the sketch. On the back is printed "...: and it shall be an altar most holy:... E

Image of L2012.0042.0001 - Paper

L2012.0042.0001 - Paper

This paper depicts a black and white picture of the old St. Joseph's Church, which was located on the corner of Messer Street and Lyford Street in Laconia, in the early 1900s. The picture depicts the old St. Joseph's Church. In the foreground is Messer Street. There are utility poles on the left in the middleground and background. There is a driveway to the right of the utility poles. In the center middleground is St. Joseph's Church which has a steeple on the right front side facing Messer Street. There is a smaller tower on the left front side. There are decorative windows along the front and sides of the church. There are two entrances on the front of the church with steps leading up to

Image of L2012.0043.0001 - Program

L2012.0043.0001 - Program

This is an off white program for the Centennial Observance of St. Joseph's Church, located on Church Street in Laconia, on December 12, 1971. On the front cover is printed : "St. Joseph Church Centennial Observance December 12, 1971" On the inside is printed : "In Blessed Rememberance : Earl J. Gage, M.D. 1900-1970. Grace - Bishop Primeau Dinner : Introduction of Head Table Guests - James N. McBride, Centennial Committee Chairman Remarks - Rodney N. Dyer, Mayor, City of Laconia Paul L. Normandin, President St. Joseph Parish Council Rev. Dr. J. Desmond O'Connor, Pastor, St. Joseph Church Most Rev. Ernest J. Prim

Image of L2012.0044.0001 - Postcard

L2012.0044.0001 - Postcard

This is a colored postcard depicting the old St. Joseph Church, located on the corner of Messer Street and Lyford Street in Laconia, in the early 1900s. In the foreground is Messer Street ,which proceeds across the image from the far left to the far right, with Lyford Street intersecting it on the far left. In the center foreground is a fire hydrant and to the right is a granite post. There is a sidewalk bordering Messer Street and Lyford Street. In the center foreground is the old St. Joseph's Church. The church has a walkway leading up to the two sets of steps which lead to the two entrances on the front, facing Messer Street. There is a metal railing along the walkway. The church has a

Image of L1990.0009.G.0092 - Photograph, Cabinet

L1990.0009.G.0092 - Photograph, Cabinet

This black and white photograph depicts a group of people, men and women, members of St. Joseph's Church Choir, on a picnic in the summer of 1902. In the foreground is grass covered ground with some rocks in it. In the middleground is a large group of people, men and women, standing and sitting. They are members of St. Joseph's Catholic Church Choir on a picnic in the summer of 1902. The women are wearing long dresses or long skirts and blouses, some have on hats. The men are wearing suits and ties or shirts, pants and jackets, some are also wearing suspenders and hats. In the background are large trees , bushes and plants. On the back is written " St. Joseph's Church Choir Picnic. Summer

Image of L1990.0110.H.0015 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0110.H.0015 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts Church Street in Laconia, N.H. On the far left is the edge of the Laconia Public Library. In the middle of the picture is the J.W. Busiel House, now the rectory of the St. Joseph Parish. The house was one of the earliest designs of Laconia architect Arthur L. Davis and was built in 1865. On the far right is Frank Marston's Grocery Store. There are additional houses in the far background as well , surrounded by trees. There are utility poles on both sides of the street. The picture is in winter with snow on the ground and buildings. On the back is written : "Church & Main Sts., looking east. Building at right - only partly shown - is Frank Marston's

Image of L1990.0114.C.0020 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0114.C.0020 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts St. Joseph's Church, St. Joseph's School and St. Joseph's Rectory, all located on Church Street in Laconia, in the mid 1900s. In the foreground are concrete walkways amid area of grass, all in front of the Laconia Post Office which is off the picture on the far right. In the middleground is Church Street which proceeds across from the far left to the far right. There is a sidewalk bordering Church Street in the middleground. In the background on the far left is the St. Joseph's Rectory, which was originally the John Weymouth Busiel House and was one of the earliest designs by Laconia architect Arthur L. Davis and was built in 1865. The building has a

L1990.0121.A.0001 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts St. Joseph's Church and the John Weymouth Busiel House which later became the St. Joseph's Parish/Rectory, located on Church Street in Laconia, on September 12, 1953. In the foreground is a grass covered area of land. In the left of center middleground is a bicycle. Directly behind the bicycle is a white sided building /storage shed with a sloped roof. In the background on the right is the back of the John Weymouth Busiel House which was one of the earliest designs by Laconia architect Arthur L. Davis and was built in 1865 by the founder of the Busiel Mill. At this time, the house was the St. Joseph Rectory. The building has several small dormers alo

Image of L1990.0121.A.0139 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0121.A.0139 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts St. Joseph's Church and Rectory as well as St. Joseph's School, now known as Holy Trinity School, located on Church Street in Laconia, on February 18, 1955. In the foreground is Church Street which proceeds from the far right foreground to the far left middleground. There is the top of an automobile on Church Street on the far right. There is a sidewalk bordering Church Street as well as utility poles and lines and hedges covered in snow. In the middleground on the far right is the edge of St. Joseph's School, now known as Holy Trinity School. The school is two stories high and is built of brick. There are trees in front of the school and a drivewa

Image of L2007.0031.0001.0026-A - Print, Photographic

L2007.0031.0001.0026-A - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts an architect's drawing of the new St. Joseph's Church and proposed rectory on the corner of Lyford Street and Messer Street in 1877. In the foreground is the intersection of Messer Street and Lyford Street. There is a horse drawn carriage with a man and a woman sitting in it as well as a man on horseback in the intersection. Standing in the street is a man and a boy. There are two women in long dresses walking down the sidewalk near the church.On the far left is a grassy area. In the middleground on the far left is a large building with a tower on the right side. There is a metal fence and a small brick wall along the edge of the church grounds in t

L2007.0031.0001.0028-A - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Doctor Easton House located on Church Street in Laconia in the early 1870s. In the foreground is a grass covered area the bushes and beyond is a wooden bridge with a stonewall below it. The Perley Canal runs under the bridge.There is a wooden railing bordering the bridge. In the middleground is a dirt covered street with part of a wooden railing and a tree on the far left. Also in the middleground is a stonewall surrounding the grounds of the Dr. Easton House. There are additional trees on the grounds of the house. The Dr. Easton House sits in the center background. The house has a covered porch along the front and side. The house has three stori

Image of L2007.0031.0001.0074-B - Print, Photographic

L2007.0031.0001.0074-B - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the St. Joseph's Church Choir having a party in 1908. The St. Joseph's Church Choir is standing inside a building. The group consists of young men and women. The women are dressed in long dressses, some are jumper style with shirts underneath. The boys are wearing suits and bow ties. The woman on the lower right is cradling a dog. Written beside the picture in the album is " St. Joseph's Church Choir having a party. Some are startled by the flash-built explosive. 1908."

Image of L2007.0031.0002.0076-C - Print, Photographic

L2007.0031.0002.0076-C - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts a horse drawn carriage on Church Street in the Knights of Columbus Gathering in 1910. In the foreground is a horse pulling a carriage down Church Street in Laconia, with a man, Albert Ladieu, driving it. He is part of the Knights of Columbus Gathering in 1910. He is dressed in a costume consisting of a dark jacket, pants and hat and holding a crop. In the background is the John Weymouth Busiel House. The house was one of the earliest designs of Laconia architect Arthur L. Davis, the stately "French Villa" was built in 1865 by the founder of the Busiel Mill. Today the house is the rectory of the St. Joseph Parish. There is a utility pole in front of

L2007.0031.0003.0046-B - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Gale Memorial Library, also known as the Laconia Public Library, along Main Street in Laconia in 1926. In the foreground is Main Street spanning from left to right. There is a utility pole on the far left and far right along the street. Near the utility pole on the far left are three metal barrels.There are street lights near the utility poles. Standing near the utility pole on the far right are three men. Near the men on the far right is the tall white flagpole of the Gale Memorial Library, on the corner of the grounds surrounding the library. There are light poles near the flagpole. In the middleground is the Gale Memorial Library building ma

L2007.0031.0003.0051-A - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts excavations and remodeling taking place to the John Weymouth Busiel House , which later became St. Joseph's Rectory, on Church Street in Laconia on June2, 1929. The remodeling is in preparation for construction of the new St. Joseph's Church. In the foreground is Church Street spanning from left to right. There is a utility pole with a street light on it on the far right in the foreground. There is a sidewalk along the street. In the center middleground is the John Weymouth Busiel House which later became St. Joseph's Rectory. The house was designed by Laconia architect Arthur L. Davis and was built in 1865. The house has a mansard roof with dromers

L2007.0031.0003.0051-C - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts excavations and remodeling taking place to the John F. Busiel house, which later became the St. Joseph's Rectory, on Church Street in preparation for construction of the new St. Joseph's Church . The picture was taken on June 2, 1929. In the foreground are several dirt piles and forms for a foundation. There are planks, and construction equipment on the far right in the middleground as well as part of a low building. In the middleground on the far left is the John Weymouth Busiel house, which later became St. Joseph's Rectory. The house was designed by Laconia architect Arthur L. Davis and was built in 1865. The building has a mansard roof with dor

L2007.0031.0003.0051-D - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts excavations and alterations to the grounds by the John Weymouth Busiel House , which later became St. Joseph's Rectory, in preparation for construction of the new St. Josephs Church on Church Street. The picture was taken on June 2, 1929. In the foreground is Church Street spanning from left to right. There is a utility pole with a street light on it on the far left side in the foreground. There is a sidewalk along the street. In the middleground are piles of dirt and planks of wood, construction equipment. There is a low building in the middleground on the far right. In the middleground on the far left is the John Weymouth Busiel House, which later

L2007.0031.0003.0051-E - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts excavations and alterations to the grounds by the John Weymouth Busiel House , which later became St. Joseph's Rectory, in preparation for construction of the new St. Josephs Church on Church Street. The picture was taken on June 2, 1929. In the foreground is Church Street spanning from left to right. There is an automobile proceeding down Church Street on the left. There is a utility pole with a street light on it on the far right side in the middleground. There is a sidewalk along the street. In the middleground are piles of dirt and planks of wood, construction equipment on the left. In the middleground on the far right is a three story brick bui