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Name Wanda's Beauty Shop
Number of Archive records 2.0
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Image of H2010.0109.0001 - Program

H2010.0109.0001 - Program

Item is a program booklet for a production of Godspell at the Colonial Theater on Thursday, May , 1973. The cover is black, red, and white and features a drawing of a head. Inside the front cover in pen, "Ethel Peters."

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 H2007.0011.0452 - Print, Photographic

H2007.0011.0452 - Print, Photographic

Black and white image of two people (men dressed as woman and boy?) sitting in a buggy attached to a dark horse. Attached to the buggy are signs which read, "Knocked US sensible; we are looking for the Melcher and Prescott Ins. Agency; Struck by lightening, buildings burned, only Colt and Gig saved." The people, horse and buggy are outside of a building with its gable end and entrance facing the street. In view is a woman on the sidewalk striped pole. Written on back (by Theo. S. Jewett possibly), "Pop Smith as woman and Fra... Drake as boy; cor. Elm & ... Sts, Lakeport NH." Written on back (by Andrew Childs), "A. L. Childs."