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Tennie Toussaint Photographs

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The Tennie Toussaint collection includes photographs of agricultural landscapes, logging, mills, barn raisings, and railroad bridges from the Danville, Vermont area, circa 1900. Tennie Toussaint was a columnist for the Burlington Free Press in the 1960s - 1970s.

Time Period Covered: circa 1900 

Source Document: Tennie Toussaint Photographs 

Published:  April 10, 2007,  University of Vermont, Bailey/Howe Library, Special Collections

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Title:   Family portrait in front of house, men only

Date:  1900

Resource type:   photographs

Family portrait. Family seated and standing in front of house with front door open. Same family as uvmsctous3003b, but only the males are pictured. Stereograph.

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    Title:   Lucius Stanton and an unidentified friend enjoy a glass of cider

    Date:  1900

    Resource type:   photographs

    Used in a Burlington Free Press article (February 27, 1969) by Tennie Toussaint, "Early Vermonters Found Cash, Conviviality in 'Hard Likker': Potato Whiskey Ads Once Familiar." Caption for photo is "Lucius Stanton, right, and an unidentified friend enjoy a glass of cider in the front yard of Stanton's farm home above North Danville. The property is now the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Langmaid. This photo was probably taken about 1900."

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      Title:   Man with dog

      Date:  1900

      Resource type:   photographs

      Man with a dog in a field.

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        Title:   Oxen pulling logs

        Date:  1900

        Resource type:   photographs

        Men using oxen to pull logs with chains at the bottom of a small hill.

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