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Lucius Stanton and an unidentified friend enjoy a glass of cider

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Item Description

Title

Lucius Stanton and an unidentified friend enjoy a glass of cider

Contributor

Toussaint, Tennie

Published: June 17, 2004,  University of Vermont, Bailey/Howe Library, Special Collections

Description

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."

Source Document

Original version: 5" x 8" black and white photographic print in Tennie Toussaint Photographs, Folder 3, Special Collections, University of Vermont

Date of Source Document

1900

Digital Format: image/jpeg; quality=8-bit grayscale, 150 ppi

Geographic Coverage

Danville, VT

Subjects/People

Subjects/Topics

Time period: 1900

Format: photographs

Rights: http://cdi.uvm.edu/about/rights

Permanent Link:

http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/uvmsctous3014b

Preferred citation

Lucius Stanton and an unidentified friend enjoy a glass of cider, Original version: 5" x 8" black and white photographic print in Tennie Toussaint Photographs, Folder 3, Special Collections, University of Vermont, Special Collections, University of Vermont Library, http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/uvmsctous3014b (accessed December 28, 2014)

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I knew I recognized that front door! It's Arshla Farm!

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