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Trinity College - Buildings & Interiors

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Title: Trinity College - Buildings & Interiors


  • McAllister, L. L. (Louis L.), 1877-1963

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Built in 1901, this elegant Victorian home at 360 Pearl Street, Burlington was first a single-family dwelling, then the residence of UVM fraternity Phi Sigma Delta, and finally in 1957, the Burlington Rehabilitation House, an early group home for mentally disabled men. Historic registry records state that the current edifice has been altered significantly to allow for apartments and no longer has the elegant look of the Victorian style home seen above. -- Three story shingle sided house with conical roofed tower with an acorn finial seen at the left. Doric style columns on the front entry and along the porch. The open front porch extends to the left curving around to the back. A small upper story open porch seen to the right with rounded arch and keystone in the center. To the left is No. 352; to the right No. 366. See also mcalA11F16i41. Re: Burlington Free Press November 9, 1957

Genre(s): photographs, black-and-white photographs




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

Type of Resource: still image

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Trinity College - Buildings & Interiors, Louis L. McAllister Photographs, Box B19, Folder 05, Item 03, (accessed December 17, 2017)

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