|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
This black and white photograph depicts the Russell Carter House located on the corner of Church Street and Beacon Street in Laconia, in 1916.
In the foreground is Beacon Street . There is a paved sidewalk bordering the street. Beyond the sidewalk is a decorative wooden fence with posts and lattice work within it. In the center middleground beyond the fence is the Russell Carter House which is two and a half stories high and has windows and shutters on each level. There is a covered porch on the right side with vines covering it. There are pushed out portions on the house on the right side as well with windows and shutters on each level. In the background on the far right is a large barn attached to the house. In the background on the far left are trees and visible through the trees is the John T. Busiel House. The Busiel House has a covered porches on the front and side. There are windows and shutters on each level of this house as well. There are utility lines on the upper part of the picture.
|Place||Beacon Street, Church Street intersection, Laconia|
|Related Publications||"Laconia", Images of America Series, by Warren Huse, Page 111.|
|Repository||From the collections of Laconia Public Library|
Carter, Russell House
Busiel, John T. Residence