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Catalog Number L1990.0009.G.0059
Object Name Print, Photographic
Description This black and white photograph depicts the Leavitt House located on Pleasant Street in Laconia in the late 1800s.

In the foreground is dirt Pleasant Street which intersects with New Salem Street on the left. There is a railroad crossing signal pole on the far right. There is a sidewalk bordering both streets. There is a group of people, men in suits, women in long dresses, and children, in the middleground on the sidewalk. One woman is holding an umbrella. There are two utility poles on the right in the middleground beyond the sidewalk. In the center middleground is the Leavitt House which is three stories high and has a covered porch on the front and windows on each level. The house has a mansard style roof and dormers on the upper level. There is a low fence bordering the yard surrounding the house. There are several large trees on the far left. There are additional trees on the far right on the grounds surrounding the house. There is another house in the background on the far left in back of the Leavitt House. On the back is written " Lilliam" and "Pleasant St."
Earliest Date 1850.0
Latest Date 1890.0
Place Pleasant Street, Laconia
Additional Information 0.0
Repository From the collections of Laconia Public Library
People Unknown Boys
Unknown Children
Unknown Girls
Unknown Men
Unknown People
Unknown Women
Search Terms Laconia
Pleasant St.
New Salem Street
Subjects 1850s
1860s
1870s
1880s
People
Men & women
Men
Women
Children
Children & adults
Streets
Intersections
Dirt roads
Sidewalks
Utility poles
Trees
Yards
Lawns
Railroad signals
Houses
Buildings
Residences
Dwellings
Windows
Shutters
Mansard roofs
Chimneys
Dormers
Fences
Porches
Umbrellas
Dresses
Suits (Clothing)