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Name Weirs Bridge
Number of Archive records 12
Number of Photo records 13

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Image of H2010.0223.0001 - Booklet

H2010.0223.0001 - Booklet

Item is a booklet meant for mailing. Its cover features a "from" line as well as a three-line "to" space and a spot for a postage stamp. It reads, "Souvinir Letter, Lakeport NH," and "Walter D. Heath, Jewelry Store, 773 Union Avenue Lakeport NH." Inside are eight black and white images from around Lakeport and Laconia NH. See Search Terms for image subjets.

Image of L1990.0009.G.0070 - Postcard

L1990.0009.G.0070 - Postcard

This colored post card depicts Endicott Rock and The Weirs Channel in The Weirs in the early 1900s. In the foreground is Lake Winnipesaukee which leads back to the Weirs Channel in the middleground. There is a tall marker in the water in the middleground on the left. On the right in the middleground is Endicott Rock with its small stone building surrounding it. On top of the building is the Indian stature "Captain Jack". There is a ramp leading out to the building and monument. There is a railing along the ramp and surrounding the building. In the background on the far right is a grassy area along the riverbank and trees. There is additional grassy land and trees on the far left. In the ce

Image of L1990.0110.B.0014 - Postcard

L1990.0110.B.0014 - Postcard

This black and white post card depicts the Weirs Bridge located in The Weirs in the early to mid 1900s. In the foreground is the Weirs Channel which proceeds into the middleground and out into Lake Winnipesaukee in the background. In the foreground on the far right are two pieces of lumber and a grassy area with a large tree in the middleground. There is concrete edging along the side of the channel. In the middleground in front of the bridge, near the tree, is a small dock with a small boat turned upside down on it. To its right is a light fixture pole. In the middleground on the far left are rocks and bushes. In the middleground is the Weirs Bridge which is built of stone, has an arch o

Image of L1990.0110.B.0015 - Postcard

L1990.0110.B.0015 - Postcard

This black and white post card depicts the Weirs Bridge located in The Weirs in the early to mid 1900s. In the foreground is the Weirs Channel with a grassy area on the far right with trees and bushes. The channel leads into the center background. On the channel on the left in the middleground is a boat/steamer, the Uncle Sam, with lettering on the back stating "Uncle Sam". The boat has flags on both ends and people sitting on the top. The boat was built in 1906 for Mr. Seabury of Long Island, New York and was 65 feet long, had a 14 foot beam and drew 7 feet of water. The steamer was capable of carrying 100 passengers. In 1945 it was converted from the traditional steam to the new diesel

Image of L1990.0110.B.0016 - Postcard

L1990.0110.B.0016 - Postcard

This black and white post card depicts the Weirs Bridge located in The Weirs in the early to mid 1900s. In the foreground is a grassy area with the Weirs Channel beyond it. The channel proceeds from the far left to the far right. On the far right is the Weirs Bridge which is built of stone, has light fixtures along it and has an arched section over the channel. The bridge was dedicated in 1933. In the middleground on the on the opposite side of the channel are trees, rocks, bushes and a bank leading up to the bridge. There are utility lines, utility poles, in the background as well as additional trees. On the back is printed "Post Card" and "Defender, Defender".

Image of L1990.0116.I.0014 - Postcard

L1990.0116.I.0014 - Postcard

This colored post card depicts the Weirs Channel and Weirs Bridge in The Weirs in the early to mid 1900s. In the foreground is a dirt road, which is now Endicott Street, and proceeds from the far right foreground into the left of center background. There is another dirt road which intersects it on the left and proceeds off to the left in a split. In the foreground and middleground on the far right is a grassy area with a dirt walkway through it. In the center middleground is a utility pole, next to the start of the walkway. Beyond it is a railing running parallel to the street up to the Weirs Bridge which is located on the left in the background. The bridge is constructed of metal. There

Image of L1990.0116.I.0015 - Postcard

L1990.0116.I.0015 - Postcard

This colored post card depicts Endicott Rock and The Weirs Channel in The Weirs in the early 1900s. In the foreground is the Weirs Channel which proceeds into the background. On the far right in the middleground are land and trees with a canoe pulled up to the shore. In the middleground on the far left are trees. In the center background is the Weirs Bridge which is constructed of metal with stonework on each end supporting it. On the center of the bridge is a trolley car crossing. There are several people depicted in the trolley. Underneath the bridge is a small boat with people in it. In the background visible through the opening of the bridge is a house near the river. On the front is p

Image of L1990.0116.I.0016 - Postcard

L1990.0116.I.0016 - Postcard

This colored post card depicts the Weirs Channel and Weirs Bridge in The Weirs in the early 1900s. In the foreground is the Weirs Channel which proceeds into the background. There are several rocks jutting out of the water down the center of the channel. In the channel on the left in the middleground is the boat the Belle of the Isles. The boat has two levels with railings around them and a canopy on top. There are people on both levels of the boat. There are flags on the front and back of the boat as well. In the center middleground is the Weirs Bridge which is constructed of metal with stonewalls/stonework on each end as supports. There are metal railings along each side of the bridge an

Image of L1990.0116.S.0161 - Postcard

L1990.0116.S.0161 - Postcard

This black and white post card depicts the Weirs Bridge located in The Weirs in the early to mid 1900s. In the foreground is the Weirs Channel which proceeds from the far left foreground into the center background. There is a stonewall bordering the river on the right side. Beyond the stonewall on the right is a grassy area with trees in the middleground. In the center middleground is the Weirs Bridge made of stone with an arched section over the channel below. There are light fixture poles along the bridge on the left. There are trees on both sides of the bridge on the far left and far right. There are additional trees in the background beyond the bridge. Also in the background visible th

Image of L1990.0116.T.0174 - Postcard

L1990.0116.T.0174 - Postcard

This black and white post card depicts the Weirs Bridge located in The Weirs in the early to mid 1900s. In the foreground is a grassy area with a large tree on the far right. The Weirs Channel proceeds from the far left foreground into the center middleground. In the middleground on the opposite side of the channel are land, rocks, bushes and trees. The Weirs Bridge sits in the middleground and spans over the channel. The bridge is constructed of stone and has light fixture poles along it. It also has and arch over the channel on the lower section. Underneath the bridge in the channel is the steamer, The Uncle Sam. The steamer was built as a mail boat in 1906 for Mr. Seabury of Long Island

Image of L1990.0116.U.0071 - Postcard

L1990.0116.U.0071 - Postcard

This colored post card depicts the Weirs Channel and Weirs Bridge in The Weirs in the early to mid 1900s. In the foreground is a dirt road, which is now Endicott Street, and proceeds from the far right foreground into the left of center background. There is another dirt road which intersects it on the left and proceeds off to the left in a split. In the foreground and middleground on the far right is a grassy area with a dirt walkway through it. In the center middleground is a utility pole, next to the start of the walkway. Beyond it is a railing running parallel to the street up to the Weirs Bridge which is located on the left in the background. The bridge is constructed of metal. There

Image of L1994.0007.K.0001 - Booklet

L1994.0007.K.0001 - Booklet

Small red cloth hardcover booklet of the Weirs, NH. The cover features a design and ornate gold lettering reading, Souvenir of Weirs, N.H." The inside features a pull out of one continuous sheet of paper featuring many black and white scenes around the Weirs including: a birds eye view, a view from the lake, the Mount Washington steamer, Lady of the Lake steamer, the Veterans buildings, Endicott House and Rock, hotels, trains, the Weirs Bridge, and some views of the Lake Winnipesaukee islands.

Image of H2007.0011.0309 - Print, Photographic

H2007.0011.0309 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts a view from a boat heading towards the Weirs Channel. In the foreground is part of the boat from which the photograph is taken, in the background is the Weirs Bridge.

Image of H1987.0014.T.0011 - Print, Photographic

H1987.0014.T.0011 - Print, Photographic

Black and white print of a steamboat traveling in the Weirs Channel by the bridge. On the bridge are two onlookers, a male and female. There are large rocks in the channe. In the distance are two buildings. According to W. D. Huse's book, the steamer was at one time identified as the Belle of the Isles, however written on the back of this copy is, "S. S. Mount Washington."

Image of L1990.0009.N.0005 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0009.N.0005 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the old iron Weirs Bridge located in The Weirs in the early 1900s. In the foreground is the Weirs Channel which proceeds into the background. There is land and trees along both sides of the channel in the middleground on the far left and far right. The Weirs Bridge sits in the center middleground and is constructed of iron. There is stonework on both ends of the bridge supporting it. There is a trolley car in the center of the bridge. In the background visible underneath through the opening over the channel is a house and trees. On the back is written " Old iron bridge over Weirs Channel c. 1912" and "A.L. Childs. 62".

Image of L1990.0009.P.0003 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0009.P.0003 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Weirs Bridge located in The Weirs in the early 1900s.. In the foreground is the Weirs Channel which proceeds from the far right into the left background. There are bushes and plants in the foreground on the far left. On the Weirs Channel is the Mailboat "Uncle Sam". The boat has flags on the front and back and several people on it. In the center middleground is the Weirs Bridge which has stonewalls on both ends supporting it. On the bridge on the left of center is a trolley and to its right is an automobile. There are railings along the sides of the bridge. There are also trees in front of the stonewall on the right and additional trees in the ba

Image of L1990.0110.B.0004 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0110.B.0004 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts a cape-style house with two chimneys and an exposed brick foundation. The house is surrounded by thick greens. Some of the panes in its windows are missing. A fence and a stone wall are in front of the building. In the background is a larger building with a multi-level porch. On back in pencil, "Old red house at the Weirs (near bridge)."

Image of L1990.0114.D.0029 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0114.D.0029 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Weirs Bridge and Endicott Rock in The Weirs in the late 1890s. In the foreground is Lake Winnipesaukee which proceeds into the background where it runs into the Weirs Channel. On the right is a wooden marker in the water and Endicott Rock which has the small stone building over it. There is a metal ramp leading out to the monument from the far right. In the middleground on the far right and far left are bushes and trees along the shoreline. In the center middleground is the Weirs Bridge which is constructed of metal with stonework on each end supporting it. There are railings along both sides of the bridge.In the background are additional trees

Image of L1990.0114.D.0061 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0114.D.0061 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the Weirs Bridge in the early 1900s. In the foreground is the Weirs Channel which proceeds into Lake Winnipesaukee in the background. In the foreground on the far right the shoreline is edged with rocks and wooden posts. Beyond them are bushes and trees. In the middleground on the right is a small dock along the water's edge. In the foreground on the far left are additional trees and bushes.In the center middleground is the Weirs Bridge which is constructed of metal with stonewalls on both ends supporting it. There are metal railings along the sides of the bridge. On the bridge is a person walking and possibly a dog. In the center background in the

Image of L1990.0116.Q.0034 - Print, Photographic

L1990.0116.Q.0034 - Print, Photographic

This black and white photograph depicts the old iron Weirs Bridge located in The Weirs in the early 1900s. In the foreground is the Weirs Channel which proceeds into the background. There is land and trees along both sides of the channel in the middleground on the far left and far right. The Weirs Bridge sits in the center middleground and is constructed of iron. There is stonework on both ends of the bridge supporting it. On the far left beyond the bridge is a building, possibly either a barn or house. On the front is printed "Bridge, Head of Long Bay".