|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
Black and white photograph of the exterior of three small buildings at The Weirs.
All three buildings' gable ends face the camera. The first two (from left to right) have gambrel rooflines. The far left building has a sign on it which reads, "Manchester." Two girls, a woman and a man stand outside its open doors. The middle one has dormers in its slope. This building has a sign which reads, "Laconia." The far right one has a simple gable roof. There is a hammock strung between two trees. On back in pencil, "Weirs NH c 1888-1890, Building part of G. A. R. Veterans Assn. Layout."
|Place||The Weirs, NH|
|History of Ownership||copied by Andrew Childs probably in 1950s-1960s|
|Repository||from the collection of Laconia Historical & Museum Society, Inc.|