Color Souvenir Postcard Looking Down Main Street Farmington NH

Title

Color Souvenir Postcard Looking Down Main Street Farmington NH

Description

Two colorized souvenir postcards looking down Main Street, Farmington NH, focusing on the area of the juncture of Central and Main. Each is from the same vantage point, but differences between the two are quite noticeable. Each is post electrification. Given the Barker Block is missing in the second postcard the first would be before the 1910 Barker Block Fire and the second post 1910 Barker Block fire. The Nute -Dole -Waldron Factory can be seen, first building on the left and the Richard's Block, third building on the left. the Congregational Church is center in both postcards.

Size 3.5" x 5.5"

FHS-Kyle Leach

Date

Circa 1910

Date Created

Circa 1910

Files

#526 Color Souvenir Postcard Looking Down Main Street Farmington NH .jpg
#526 Mini Color Souvenir Postcard Looking Down Main Street Farmington NH (2).jpg

Citation

“Color Souvenir Postcard Looking Down Main Street Farmington NH,” Farmington Historical Society-Museum of Farmington History, accessed July 14, 2024, https://farmingtonnhhistory.omeka.net/items/show/526.