Search billions of records on Ancestry.com

Penny Postcards from New Hampshire

A USGenWeb Archives Web Site

Home | About the Website | Types of Postcards | Submissions | Contributors

Grafton County

The Old Man of the Mountain [collapsed 3 May 2003]

Fifteen Mile Falls Dam on Connecticut River [1933]

Connecticut River, North Haverhill

Beaver Lake, Lost River [1937]

Lake Asquam, from Mt. Livermore

Road to the Glessner Estate, Bethlehem

Presidential Range from the Uplands, Bethlehem

Newfound Lake

Richardson Hall, Dartmouth College, Hanover [1906]

The New Musgrove Building, Home of The Dartmouth Press and Hanover Post Office [1906]

White Horse Ledge and Echo Lake, White Mts.

Main Street, Piermont

Covered Bridge, East Lebanon

Mt. Liberty and Covered Bridge, Flume

Sketches of Grafton

Court House, Woodsville

Lisbon Station, Lisbon

Uncaptioned Street Scene, Lisbon

Reed's Light House, Newfound Lake

The Pool and Sentinel Pine Bridge

Stinson Lake Inn, Stinson Lake

No. 2 Green, Moosilaukee Inn, Warren
Enfield

Baltic Mills, Enfield [1906]

Community Church, Enfield

St. Helena Catholic Church, Enfield

Shaker Bridge, Enfield
Franconia

Franconia Village and Sugar Hills [1900]

Mt. Lafayette, Franconia Notch and Gale River, Franconia

View from Sugar Hill Bridge, Franconia
Franconia Notch

The Cannon

Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway

The Two Tram Cars Passing at the Half Way Point

Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway

Echo Lake and New Profile House [1908]

Echo Lake

The Profile House and Franconia Notch from Echo Lake, White Mts.

Profile Lake and Eagle Cliff

The Flume, Boulder dislodged June 20, 1883

Entering the Flume Canyon

The Flume

Profile Underpass

Famous Indian Head, White Mountains

Profile Mountain, Lafayette Clearing, White Mountains
North Woodstock

Franconia Notch and White Mts. from Hotel Alpine, North Woodstock

Indian Leap, North Woodstock

Artist's View, North Woodstock
Plymouth

Holderness School for Boys in the White Mountains

Pemigewassett River, North from Covered Bridge

Multiple Views of Plymouth and Holderness [1904]



Contact Joy Fisher for more information
Return to USGenWeb Archives
Return to Penny Postcard Archives

Return to NHGenWeb Archives
Return to NH Penny Postcards