|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
This black and white photgraph depicts the Laconia Elks Lodge on Main Street in Laconia in 1925.
In the foreground is a sidewalk along Main Street. There is a woman walking on the sidewalk in the foreground on the far left. She is dressd in a long jacket and hat. In the middleground is the lawn surrounding the Laconia Elks Lodge which sits in the center. There is a large covered entrance on the front of the building, with steps leading up to it, and several windows with shutters on both stories . Above the entrance are the letters "B.P.O.E." indicating the "Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks".There are two chimneys on the roof of the lodge on the far left and far right sides of the building. On the far left side of the lodge is a covered porch with columns on it supporting the roof. There is a large tree on the far left and far right front sides of the grounds surrounding the lodge. In the background on the far right is a small building, possibly a shed. Written directly on the picture is "Laconia Lodge 876 B.P.O.E. Laconia, N.H., Quimby Drug". Written below the picture in the album is " Home of Laconia Lodge of Elks - 1925. Mrs. Sarah Ide's residence in the 1890s."
|Place||Main Street, Laconia|
|Repository||From the collections of Laconia Public Library|
Doors & doorways