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Big Birch in Smugglers' Notch

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Title: Big Birch in Smugglers' Notch


  • Congdon, Herbert Wheaton, 1876-1965

Source Document

Extent: 1 lantern slide ; 3.25 x 4 in.

Date Created: May 20, 1926


Original notation states that this birch is 1 1/2 miles south of the Barnes Camp. Pictured in this image are: 1. Mr. Hartwell, 2. Mrs. L.S. Dean under the tree, 3. L.S. Dean at left(?), 4. Mrs. Hartwell(?).

Genre(s): photographs, lantern slides



Note [Digital Version]

2009-11-04, Center for Digital Initiatives, University of Vermont Libraries

The original image included a second date of 1926-02-20.

Note [Original Notation]

Big Birch in Smugglers Notch for H.w Clark's Tues 2-23-26 taken sat 2-20-26

Type of Resource: still image

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Big Birch in Smugglers' Notch, Theron S. Dean Papers, Box 6, (accessed January 17, 2018)

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The Fellow crouching down in front is Craig Burt, a resident of Stowe and one of the founders of the Lake Mansfield Trout Club. He owned the Burt Lumber company, which owned Ranch Camp (a lumber camp) in Ranch Valley in Stowe, now part of the Mt. Mansfield Touring Center. I should know the name of the fellow to his right too, but I can't remember. Phil Lintilhac

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