|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
This black and white photograph depicts the Laconia Creamery located on Lincoln Street in Laconia in the 1900s.
In the foreground is grass covered lawn with a dirt section on the left and proceeding into the center middleground. In the center middleground are three metal garbage cans, one is of the lattice style. Behind these on the right is a large round metal tank with a wooden block in front of it. On the far right in the middleground are metal barrels/cans. Beyond them on the right is a low building with a pipe on its left side as well as a window. In the middleground on the far left is a delivery truck with a sign on the side stating "Melo Gold Milk". In the center background is a large multi-section house with three doors on the front facing forward as well as an overhang and windows. There is a small dormer on the lowest middle section of the house and a cupola on the back portion on the roof. On the far left in the background is the edge of another building's roof visible over the delivery truck. In the backkground on the far right are trees visible over the roof of the low building.
|Place||Lincoln Street, Laconia|
|Repository||From the collections of Laconia Public Library|
Doors & doorways
Dairy products industry