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A.D. Pease Grain Co.

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Title: A.D. Pease Grain Co.


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

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Extent: 1 image

Date Created: Undated


A 1951/1952 photograph of the A. D. Pease Grain Co. located at the foot of College Street, Burlington.

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



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2007-10-04, Center for Digital Initiatives, University of Vermont Libraries

Type of Resource: still image

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A.D. Pease Grain Co., Louis L. McAllister Photographs, Box A1, Folder 1, Item 1, (accessed January 18, 2018)

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I was told that I was named after him

- Alden

I was named after Mr.Pease

- Al

My Great Aunt, Berl Morrill, told me that the business was located to this spot from South Winooski Avenue to escape all the traffic "downtown".

- Ruth Cross

I was told as a child named after A.D.Pease co .,how I really cant say.I remember a Mrs Morrill and walking in to a large office "leather chairs and a big desk - - -up stairs on the east side of the building " Peasco delivered grain to our farm for years. thank you. comment to ;

- Alden K Dimond

I have a grain bag with a red calf on it from A.D Pease dated 54

- Dennis Hall

I remember my folks buying grain of pease until they closed the doors I remember them bringing with those green mack trucks and our salesman was gordy bartlet he use to eat breakfast with us once a week and take our order such great memorys so sad to see it go


I was named after the late great Mr Pease

- Alden Dimond

My Great Uncle Walter Sweeney died working here he fell 55ft into a bin of grain and feed On Halloween Day in 1964.

- Julie Irish Pease