Gilsum Photo Gallery

A view of the
A view of the Ashuelot River in the Town of Gilsum, north of the Stone Arch Bridge.
Stone Arch Bridge
A closer view of the stone work on Stone Arch Bridge, which was built without the use of mortar.
Gilsum Village Store
Gilsum Historical Society Building
Quilt display in Historical Society Museum
Inside the Historical Society Museum – the old post office.
Checking out the Historical Society Museum photo displays.
Inside the Gilsum Historical Society Museum.
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Gilsum Post Office and Village Church
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Lunch at the church, thanks to members of the Gilsum Historical Society.
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The lunch table in the Gilsum Congregational Church
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Our friendly hosts, members of the Gilsum Historical Society
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One of the oldest homes in the village of Gilsum
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Visiting the graves of David and Mary Smith Ware in the old Ware Cemetery
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Graves of David Ware, Mary Smith Ware, and their son, Samuel Benjamin Ware who died at the age of 21 years (front left stones).
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Vessel Rock, a massive boulder deposited by a retreating glacier in the Town of Gilsum.
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Second view of Vessel Rock
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Third view of Vessel Rock
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A photo of Vessel Rock, circa 1900.

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