Berlin, New Hampshire History
Women of Berlin
Other Buildings and Landmarks
Areas and Villages
Photographs of Berlin in the 1800s
Berlin Falls looking north of Mason Street Bridge.
Lefebvre and King on Main Street. This building still stands (2013) and is the building south of Tony's Pizza.
Green's Tavern, Green Square
Alpine Cascade footbridge, 1871
Home of Henry H. Furbish (site of bowling alley) 1880s
Home of Henry H. Furbish at a different angle, 1890s.
Looking down Pleasant Street, 1880s
The first Berlin High School
Forest Fibre Co. 1890
Berlin Mills Company sawmill, 1883
Grand Trunk, 1884
Cascade House, 1880s
Looking up Main Street, 1890s
Coming back home from a fishing trip. Site of St. Kieran’s Church, 1880s.
"The Company Store"
This house was built for M. Danielson and Guldbrand Oleson by John L. Oswald. Photo taken in the 1880s or 90s
Mt. Forist House, late 1860s
Looking down School Street at St. Anne's Church, 1880s
Drawing of Berlin from Sam Paine Bridge, 1859
Silver Lake, originally called Burnside Pond in the 1860s after David Burnside of Lancaster who at one time owned the township of Success, this pond is now called Success Pond. Photo taken in 1893.
Drawing of Berlin Falls, 1859
Berlin Falls, 1890s
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