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View looking down the Lake from the Senter House, Centre Harbor.

View looking down the Lake from the Senter House, Centre Harbor.

View from Mrs. Libby's residence, looking south towards Alton Bay, Wolfeboro.

Rust Pond and 'Copple Crown' - Mtn. in distance.

Ossipee Falls.

Lake Winnipeseogee.

[Pavilion, Wolfeboro.]

Rattlesnake Mountain & Ravine.

Smith's Pond.

Baker's River, Rumney, N.H., near Rattlesnake Mtn.

Henry and Lizzie Dutton.

Approach to Ossipee Falls.

Ossipee Falls.

Lake Winnipesaukee, from Center Harbor.

Lake Winnipesaukee, from Senter Harbor, N.H.

Village of Centre Harbor on Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H.

Pavilion, Wolfeboro.

Lake Winnipiseogee, from Senter House.

Clark's Point, from the Pavilion.

Lake Winnipesiogee and Center Harbor.

[Lake Winnipesiogee.]

The Woodbury Sanborn Memorial Stone, at The Weirs, N.H.

View looking down the Lake from the Senter House, Centre Harbor.

Wolfboro Village, View looking West from Pavilion.

Boat scene, Lake Winnipeseogee.

Back view of Pavilion, from Lake side.

View from the Farrigut House.

Wolfboro Village, View looking West from Pavilion.

Village of Centre Harbor on Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H.

Lake Winnipesaukee, from Senter Harbor, N.H.

Lake Winnipesaukee, from above Center Harbor, N.H.

Ossipee Falls.

Ossipee Mountain, Lake Winnipeseogee, N.H.

Pavilion, Wolfeboro.

Wolfeboro looking West from Pavilion.

Winnipeseogee House, Alton Bay, N.H.

[People in the Park.]

Lake Winnipesiogee and Center Harbor.

Lake Winnipiseogee, from Senter House, Center Harbor.

Lake Winnipiseogee, from Senter House.

Gymnastic Class.

[Family gathering.]

The Woodbury Sanborn Memorial Stone, at The Weirs, N.H.

Pavilion, Wolfeboro.

Wolfeboro looking West from Pavilion.

Ossipee Falls.

Boat scene, Lake Winnipeseogee.

Approach to Ossipee Falls.

The Woodbury Sanborn Memorial Stone, at The Weirs, N.H.

Smile of the Great Spirit, Winnipeseogee.

Ossipee Falls.

[Group of tourists in front of the Hotel.]

Steamer 'Lady of the Lake,' Lake Winnipeseogee.

Rattlesnake Mountain & Ravine.

View looking up the Bay from opposite Steamboat Landing, Alton Bay, N.H.

View from the Farrigut House.

View looking up the Bay from opposite Steamboat Landing, Alton Bay, N.H.

Bay view House, Alton Bay. N.H.

View from Mrs. Libby's residence, looking south towards Alton Bay, Wolfeboro.

Back view of Pavilion, from Lake side.

Back view of Pavilion, from Lake side.

Back view of Pavilion, from Lake side.

View looking down the Lake from the Senter House, Centre Harbor.

View looking up the Bay from opposite Steamboat Landing, Alton Bay, N.H.

[Lake Winnipesiogee.]

Rail Road Crossings, Alton Bay, N.H.

Clark's Point, from the Pavilion.

Lake Winnipesaukee, from above Center Harbor, N.H.

Winnipeseogee House, Alton Bay, N.H.

Rust Pond.

Ossipee Falls.

Smile of the Great Spirit, Winnipeseogee.

Steamer 'Lady of the Lake,' Lake Winnipeseogee.

Ossipee Mountain, Lake Winnipeseogee, N.H.

Lake Winnipesaukee, from above Center Harbor, N.H.

Lake Winnipesaukee, from Center Harbor.

[People in the Park.]

Old Brick-School House, Wolfeboro, N.H.

Lake Winnipesaukee.

Gymnastic Class.

Henry and Lizzie Dutton.

Rust Pond and 'Copple Crown' - Mtn. in distance.

The Woodbury Sanborn Memorial Stone, at The Weirs, N.H.

Lake Winnipesaukee.

[Family gathering.]

Bay view House, Alton Bay. N.H.

Baker's River, Rumney, N.H., near Rattlesnake Mtn.

Lake Winnipesaukee, from above Center Harbor, N.H.

Old Brick-School House, Wolfeboro, N.H.

[Pavilion, Wolfeboro.]

[Group of tourists in front of the Hotel.]

Lake Winnipeseogee.

Lake Winnipiseogee, from Senter House, Center Harbor.

Old Brick-School House, Wolfeboro, N.H.

Rust Pond.

Rail Road Crossings, Alton Bay, N.H.

Pavilion, Wolfeboro.

Old Brick-School House, Wolfeboro, N.H.

Smith's Pond.

View looking up the Bay from opposite Steamboat Landing, Alton Bay, N.H.

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