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Maple Research Collection

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Collection Overview

This collection documents the history of maple research at the University of Vermont. Included in the collection is a selection of photographs from the archives of the Proctor Maple Research Center (PMRC), a field station of the Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Vermont (UVM), and the first permanent maple research facility in the United States. The photographs, taken between 1948-1957, document the construction of the field station’s first sugarhouse, as well as the PMRC sugar bush and early maple experiments. Also included in the collection are the published University of Vermont Agricultural Extension bulletins on maple research (1890-1988), taken from both the Proctor Maple Research Center archive and the University of Vermont Libraries Department of Special Collections.


Time Period Covered: 1890 - 1988 

Published:  February 10, 2010,  University of Vermont, Bailey/Howe Library, Special Collections

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