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New Hampshire Tea Rooms

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New Hampshire State Tea Room Gallery, in alphabetical order by name of city or town.

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Hampton Beach

Garlands Fairview Tea Room, Fairview Hotel, Hampton Beach, New Hampshire postcard front.
The Rocky Bend Tea Room, Hampton Beach, New Hampshire postcard front.

Manchester

Alma's Tea Room, Intersection Route 3 and 38, Manchester, New Hampshire, postcard front. Seating capacity 250. Open the Year Around. Est. 1925. Alma M. Truesdale, Prop.
Alma's Tea Room, Manchester, New Hampshire, postcard back.

Portsmouth

Colonial Tea Room. Rockingham Hotel, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, interior, postcard front, George Q. Patee, proprietor. The date of 1784 in the description of the room indicates that this was a "theme" tea room, evoking a time period about 130 years before the photo was taken. The Rockingham Hotel was built in 1885 in the Colonial Revival style. The tea room, however, preserves the dining room of an earlier building that once occupied the site, the 1784 home of Woodbury Langdon, a locally prominent merchant and politician. The building still stands and has been converted to condominiums. The tea room is a restaurant at the present time.
Colonial Tea Room. Rockingham Hotel, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, interior, postcard back. The menu for afternoon tea given here -- and dated 1911 by the person who kept the card as a souvenir -- is based on the model of a 19th century British tea service.

Sandwich

Sandwich Home Industries Tea Room, Sandwich, New Hampshire, RPPC, postcard front.
Sandwich Home Industries Tea Room, Sandwich, New Hampshire, RPPC, postcard back.

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