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Poore Farm Historic Homestead Slide Show

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Kenneth Poore at his home circa 1970.

Kenneth Poore at his home circa 1970.

Photo/art by courtesy Poore Farm

Coffee tins along a shelf in the kitchen.

Coffee tins along a shelf in the kitchen.

Photo/art by Joel Laino

Kitchen table still life.

Kitchen table still life.

Photo/art by Joel Laino

A receipt written to J.C. Kenneth Poore from 1919 laid on a dresser with wooden hairbrushes.

A receipt written to J.C. Kenneth Poore from 1919 laid on a dresser with wooden hairbrushes.

Photo/art by Joel Laino

A row of long johns hang in stark contrast against the weathered barn walls.

A row of long johns hang in stark contrast against the weathered barn walls.

Photo/art by Joel Laino

Horseshoes and tools fill the interior space in a small section of the barn.

Horseshoes and tools fill the interior space in a small section of the barn.

Photo/art by Joel Laino

Collection of buttons in antique jars line the windowsill.

Collection of buttons in antique jars line the windowsill.

Photo/art by Joel Laino

A bedroom scattered with vintage linens and clothes.

A bedroom scattered with vintage linens and clothes.

Photo/art by Joel Laino

An old dress form in one of the bedrooms.

An old dress form in one of the bedrooms.

Photo/art by Joel Laino

Poore Family circa 1880s.

Poore Family circa 1880s.

Photo/art by Courtesy Poore Farm

Autumn leaves on the porch of the main house.

Autumn leaves on the porch of the main house.

Photo/art by Joel Laino

Poore Farm Homestead overview.

Poore Farm Homestead overview.

Photo/art by Joel Laino

The Poore Farm Historic Homestead and Museum represents one family’s life in Stewartstown, New Hampshire, from the 1830s to the 1980s. Located in northern part of the Granite State, it’s a tangible place where caretakers have preserved this important legacy per Kenneth Poore’s wishes. Photographer Joel Laino captured the home and contents showcasing the beauty of a simple life.

Read an article from Yankee Magazine about the Poore Family Farm.

To learn more about Poore Farm, please visit their website: www.poorefamily.net/

To see more of Joel Laino’s work, visit: lainophoto.com

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