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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:   Building next to a stream and dam

Date:  1900

Resource type:   photographs

View of a building next to a stream and dam, which is probably the power source for a sawmill. Also pictured is a small truss bridge on a large stone foundation.

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    Title:   Dam with piles of logs in the background

    Date:  1900

    Resource type:   photographs

    View of a dam with piles of logs in the background. Dam is probably the source of power for a sawmill. Three men are standing on the edge of the water next to a small building.

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      Title:   Man leaning against a building next to a stream and dam

      Date:  1900

      Resource type:   photographs

      Man leaning against a building next to a stream and dam, which is probably the power source for a sawmill. Also pictured is a small truss bridge on a large stone foundation.

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