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Barker, B. Benton
Title: B. Benton Barker Photograph Collection
Dates:  circ- 1920
Extent:  1.6 Linear feet4 boxes
Abstract: B. Benton Barker was an early 20th Century photographer in Burlington, Vermont. The collection contains glass negatives and prints of photos taken around Burlington by B. Benton Barker around the turn of the century.
Neiburg, Gladys
Title: Gladys Neiburg Papers
Dates:  1939-1974
Extent:  4 boxes
Abstract:  The bulk of the collection documents Neiburg's literary works.
Hunt, Dorothy B.
Title: Dorothy B. Hunt Papers
Dates:  1910-1987
Abstract:  The Dorothy B. Hunt Collection contains papers from 1910 to 1987. The collection may be of use to those studying Burlington and the arts in Vermont in the latter half of the twentieth century.
Crockett, Walter Hill, 1870-1931
Title: Walter Hill Crockett Papers
Dates:  1900-1931
Extent:  3 cartons
Abstract:  The Walter Hill Crockett Papers consist of three cartons of correspondence, lecture notes and drafts of Crockett's writing from the period 1900-1931.
Collamer Family
Title: Collamer Family Papers
Dates:  1802-1918
Extent:  3 Cartons, 5 volumes
Abstract: The Collamer Family Papers consist of three cartons of letters, business papers, legal notes and dockets, account books, speeches and orations, and other manuscripts. Although the collection includes material from the early 1800s to the 1910s, the majority of the Papers fall in date between 1840 and 1865.
Peake family
Title: Peake Family Papers
Dates:  1793-1955
Extent:  7.45 Linear feet5 cartons, 3 boxes
Abstract: The Peake family arrived in the area that would become Addison County, Vermont, in 1779, when William Peake (1740-1813) moved with his family from Nantucket to the frontier town of Monkton. William's son Seth (1784-1827) settled in nearby Bristol in 1810 as a saddler and storekeeper, beginning more than a centry and a half of Peake residency in that community. The Peake Family Papers consist of approximately six linear feet of correspondence, bound manuscripts, diaries and other miscellaneous papers. The chronological span of the collection is from 1793 to 1955, with the heaviest concentration of material falling between 1840 and 1900.