|Name||Tilton, James H. Store|
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|Number of Photo records||1.0|
South side of the intersection of Court and Main Streets
Old Corner Store owned by James. H. Tilton
1834, abt: main block of structure constructed
in 1843: H.J. French & Co
1859: purchased by James H. Tilton and became old Corner Store
1894: Tilton died; store passed ownershipo to John Parker Smith (see Smith Parker Corner Store)
Newsletter for The Laconia Dramatic Club dated February, 20, 1877. Advertising the drama "Earnest Maltravers" starring: Frank H. Champlin H. Frank Moulton Frank R. Gammon Dennis O'Shea Mark M. Robinson J. Henry Story George R. Somes J. A. Mitchell W.C. Sherman George R. Leavitt J.W. Pitman Lloyd E. Lindsay George B. Lane Miss Abbie Ranlet Mrs. SMS Moulton Miss Nellie Whicher Followed by the farce "Nan, the Good for Nothing" staring: Mrs. F. H. Champlin Frank R. Gammon George R. Leavitt H. Frank Moulton John O'Shea Music by Belknap Orchestra. Admission 25 cents, Reserved seats 35 cents. Tickets sold at W.F. Knight & Co. dry goods.
Newsletter for The Evening Guest dated November 23, 1875. Advertising the drama "London Assurance" starring: E. M. Richardson Frank R. Gammon H. F. Moulton J. A. Mitchell Dennis O'Shea Mark Robinson John O'Shea George Cole F. H. Champlin Miss Nellie M. Putnam Mrs. F. H. Champlin Mrs. F. R. Gammon Followed by the pantomine "Enchanted Horn" starring: F. H. Champlin George R. Somes George W. Cole H. Frank Moulton Mrs. F. H. Champlin Miss Abbie Chester Music by Page & Keniston's Full Orchestra. Admission 25 cents, Reserved seats 35 cents. Tickets sold at W.F. Knight & Co. dry goods.
This black and white photograph depicts the Old Corner Store owned by James H. Tilton (later the John Parker Smith Corner Store) located on the south side of the intersection of Main Street and Union Avenue. The building is 2 1/2 stories with gable roof running perpendicularly to the main street. The roof appears to be sheathed in wooden shingles and has three brick chimneys, one at the west end of the structure and two at the east, set down from the ridge. The building is sheathed on the north facade in lightly painted clapboards and with white painted brick facing on the east facade. The windows on the north facade are 12/8 on the second floor and 2/2 on the first. There is