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George La Pierre Film Collection
Creator: La Pierre, George W.
Dates:  circa 1927-1942
Extent:  2.0 Linear feet
Abstract: Collection contains films on VT subjects, ca. 1927-1940: Motion picture film 1927 Flood pontoon bridge St. Francis Dam, Mud Flood Disaster VT flood Winooski River, Hinesburg Bridge, Intervale, Winooski River Gorge at High Bridge, Tunbridge Fair of 1942, and others.
Gladys LaFlamme (Colburn) Papers
Creator: LaFlamme, Gladys
Dates:  1930s-1995?
Extent:  30.0 Linear feet
Lake Mansfield Trout Club Records
Creator: Lake Mansfield Trout Club.
Dates:  1899-2001
Extent:  28.0 Linear feet
Abstract: Collection contains the financial, business, and membership records of the Lake Mansfield Trout Club of Stowe, VT. These include reports, minutes, stock certificates, correspondence, time cards, receipts and disbursements, historical accounts, descriptions of the buildings, grounds, and trails, photographs, and other records documenting the club, its members, and their guests.
Genieve Lamson Papers
Creator: Lamson, Genieve, 1887-1966
Dates:  1821-1990
Extent:  4 cartons
Abstract:  The Genieve Lamson papers contain the correspondence and memorabilia of members of the Lamson family of Randolph, Vermont.
Myrtle Lane Vermont Slide Collection
Creator: Lane, Myrtle
Dates:  1968-1990
Extent:  3.4 Linear feet
Abstract: Collection consists of slides of Vermont towns taken by Myrtle Lane (?), 1968-1990.
Langdon Family Papers
Creator: Langdon Family
Dates:  1784-1847
Extent:  0.8 Linear feet
Abstract: Collection contains Castleton Academy bills and subscriptions; Ebenezer Langdon personal correspondence, business correspondence, orders, bills, and permits; and Selah Hart Langdon's business correspondence, price lists, and legal papers; as well as an assortment of unattributed personal materials.
Arthur Latham Papers
Creator: Latham, Arthur
Dates:  circa 1850-1890
Extent:  0.2 Linear feet1 narrow box
Abstract: Collection contains business and family correspondence, diary (1889), and misc. papers of Arthur Latham, a businessman in White River Junction, VT.
B.C. Latham Family Papers
Creator: Latham, B.C.
Dates:  circa 1871-1915
Extent:  0.4 Linear feet
Abstract: Collection contains diaries, family correspondence, clippings, and some printed matter documenting the activities of the Latham family, including those of a sister who moved to North Dakota.
Joseph Lechnyr Papers
Creator: Lechnyr, Joseph
Dates:  1922-1960
Extent:  2.0 Linear feet
Abstract: Collection contains correspondence, clippings, original music, collected music, notebooks, programs, and other materials documenting Lechnyr's career as a musician and conductor.
Vermont Landscape Images Papers
Creator: Lipke, William C.
Dates:  1880-1976
Extent:  5.0 Linear feet3 cartons, 5 boxes
Irving Lisman Collection
Creator: Lisman, Irving
Dates:  1944-1998
Extent:  1.0 Linear feet
Abstract: Collection consists of periodicals, clippings, booklets, and other materials related to the Holocaust, WWII, and Holocaust memorials. There are also materials from International Liberators Conferences, which the Lismans attended.
Horace Locklin papers
Creator: Locklin, Horace
Dates:  1826-1945
Extent:  0.25 linear feet (6 folders)
Abstract:  Includes a single volume diary and financial records authored by or addressed to Horace Locklin.
Longhouse Records
Creator: Longhouse (Firm).
Dates:  1974 - 2008
Extent:  18.7 Linear feet
Abstract: Collection contains letters and manuscripts, both handwritten and typewritten, which contain personal and business information documenting the output of Longhouse, an independent publisher in Guilford, VT focused on poetry. Correspondence from notable figures such as Cid Corman, Richard Levasseur, Ted Enslin, Hayden Carruth, and David Budbill are included alongside Arnold's personal manuscripts as well as a small amount of manuscripts from other writers.
Alvah Ritchie Low Papers
Creator: Low, Alvah Ritchie
Dates:  1944-1952
Extent:  0.4 Linear feet
Abstract: Collection contains record albums, photographs, published articles, unpublished writings, and correspondence documenting Low's Harlem-Vermont Project, in which he brought African American children from Harlem to live for two weeks in rural Vermont homes, and sent white children from Vermont homes to visit Harlem, in an attempt to increase awareness and combat racism.
A.C. Lowell Papers
Creator: Lowell, A.C.
Dates:  1859-1863
Extent:  0.2 Linear feetOne box
Abstract: Collection consists of 6 medical notebooks, in which Lowell recorded notes about his patients' conditions.
Asa Lyon Papers
Creator: Lyon, Asa, 1763-1841
Dates:  1754-1840
Extent:  7.0 Linear feet7 cartons
Abstract: Asa Lyon was born in Pomfret, Connecticut, on December 31, 1763, the son of Jonathan and Rebecca Maxley Lyon. After graduating from Dartmouth College in 1790, Asa studied religion under Rev. Charles Backus of Somers, CT, and was ordained pastor of the Congregational churh in Sunderland, Massachusetts, on October 4, 1792. Lyon moved soon thereafter to South Hero, Vermont. He helped organize the South Hero-Grand Isle Congregationalists in 1795 and, although never officially installed, served as their elected pastor until his death forty-six years later. Lyon soon assumed political leadership of the Islands as well, and held a variety of elected offices in the early nineteenth century. The Asa Lyon Papers consist primarily of notes for and texts of sermons preached by Lyon over a fifty-year span. There are hundreds of these sermon texts and outlines in the collection, with each identified by Biblical source, place where the sermon was delivered, and date.
Lyric Theatre Collection
Creator: Lyric Theatre (Burlington, Vt.)
Dates:  1974-1986
Extent:  1 Box, 2 Cartons
Abstract:  The Lyric Theatre Collection includes mainly financial records of the business manager, bank statements, canceled checks, and programs from play productions.

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