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Seawater coming over the wall at Hampton Beach near the Allen soon after high tide on September 12, 1950.

Marsh Avenue south of the Casino is flooded in this photo taken after a September 1950 storm.

Four members of the Palmer family are pictured in front of their barn at 244 Winnacunnet Road in July of 1932. The cod hanging in the foreground appears much larger than it is due to the camera placement. The child behind the fish is Allen G. "Bud"…

Stagecoach belonging to Leavitt's Hampton Beach Hotel, ca. 1899. This hotel was located on Great Boar's Head and the stagecoach was used to ferry tourists from the train station in town out to the hotel before the electric trolleys were introduced.…

Warren M. Batchelder's residence, 435 Exeter Road, ca. 1899. This house was built ca. 1885 on land immediately west of the Batchelder family homestead, where Warren and his brothers also ran a meat business and slaughterhouse. He also operated an…

This photo was taken ca. 1899. At left is the power house of the Exeter, Hampton and Amesbury Street Railway Company, while at right is the car barn where trolleys were parked. The car barn was built in 1897 and burned in 1907. A smoke stack appears…

Hotel Whittier, ca. 1899 Hotel Whittier, ca. 1899. This was the area's most popular hotel and restaurant, and was the center of Hampton's social activity. It included a large annex on the back, a bowling alley, garage, stables, and a barn. The hotel…

Hampton Beach Casino on a Sunday afternoon, ca. 1899. The bandstand is on the ocean side just to the right.

Baseball players on the ballgrounds behind the Hampton Beach Casino. ca. 1899.

Cutler's Sea View House, at right, ca. 1899, located just south of Great Boar's Head.
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