Scrapbook index 9

This is the newest album to be started by the Historical Association

Index below


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Epsom Historical Photos Album No. 9

IX01a Burt and Lottie Young Anniversary with Cass/Bartlett families
IX01b New Orchard Road School
IX02a Orville Sumner Bickford at New Orchard Road Home (Bickford/Merrill)
IX02b Epsom Public Library shortly after being built
IX03a Gossville Hotel
IX03b Gossville Hotel
IX04a Unknown Epsom Residents
IX05a Gossville Cemetery and unidentified building & three girls
IX05b Epsom Library and building later Huckins garage, take from end of Goboro Rd.
IX06a View of Gossville from old Railroad tracks, from cemetery to Baptist Church
IX06b View of lower New Orchard Road from back of New Library site
IX07a Charles Leighton, later Buddy Quimby and Bob Hahn house on Dover Road
IX07b Former Hiram Holmes and Lorne Skinner house, later Loso on Dover Road
IX08a The Elms Store, later Saturley's and restaurant and Care Pharmacy - traffic circle
IX08b 1933 flood at Covered Bridge and Grist Mill at Short Falls
IX08c 1933 flood looking down Mill Road
IX09a The old Iron Bridge before traffic circle on Dover Road
IX09b View of Epsom Center looking west towards steeple of Baptist Church
IX10a Main St. Epsom looking east toward Epsom Garage of Demers-Steele
IX10b Main St. Epsom looking west, H.S. Knowles Store on the right
IX11a Odd Fellows IOOF Hall and Short Falls Depot
IX11b O.C. Lombards store at Short Falls
IX12a Sam/Pete Yeaton home on Black Hall Road after 1938 hurricane
IX12b Batchelder house, corner Black Hall Road & Short Falls, 1938 hurricane
IX13a Fowlers Grove aftermath of 1938 hurricane
IX13b Fowlers Grove looking down Short Falls Road after 1938 hurricane
IX14a Suncook Pond (Northwood Lake) 1925 with new road
IX14b Suncook Pond (Northwood Lake) 1925 near Epsom line
IX15a 1925 meadow near the new road (Dover Rd. Rte 4) near rest area
IX15b Cass or Bixby's Pond, off Dover Road
IX16a Epsom Public Library shortly after it was built in 1902
IX16b Picture from Epsom-Chichester Carnival, date & place unknown

IX17a Rev. Moses A Quimby, 4 times Free Will Baptist Minister in Epsom

IX17b Mrs. Moses A Quimby, Naomi Leavitt of Pittsfield, NH

IX 18a View from the pines of New Orchard Road looking towards old town hal

lIX18b Old Bridge east of traffic circle

IX19a Olmstead House, burned, was located on Sanborn Hill

IX19b William Goss circa 1870

IX19c Charles Johnson barn, off Route 28 just past circle. Torn down 2006