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1950s Colebrook New Hampshire Street Scene Ektachrome Transparency Color Photograph Slide
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1950s Colebrook New Hampshire Street Scene Ektachrome Transparency Color Photograph Slide
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The picture below shows a larger view of this 1950s Colebrook New Hampshire Street Scene Ektachrome Transparency Color Photograph Slide. Written on the slide frame is “PITTSBURG LAKE”, but this location is on Main Street in Colebrook, N.H. near Route 3. The Howard's Restaurant is at 143 Main Street. There are some advertising signs that can be read including: “Howards Restaurant”, “Flying A Gasoline”, “Bryant's”, “JCT NH 3”, and more. The photo slide was developed by Parkway Photo of Lowell, Massachusetts. The slide measures 2'' x 2''. It appears to be in mint condition as pictured.

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1950s Colebrook New Hampshire Street Scene Ektachrome Transparency Color Photograph Slide


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