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Collection Summary
Administrative Information
Access
Publication Rights
Scope and Content Note
Biographical Note
Container List
Vermont Town Maps
Multiple-Town Vermont Maps, New Hampshire Maps
Oversize Rolled Maps
Bound Manuscript Volume
Addition

Franklin H. Dewart Papers

Collection Inventory

Vermont Town Maps   

Folder Object

Alburg, 55 x 38cm   1928 

1 1

Andover, by William Russell (1779), 55 x 35 cm   1920 

1 2

Averill, by H.H. Hobson from F.L. and L. Co's. Plan (1907), 52.5 x 54 cm   1920 

1 3

Averill, H.H. Hobson from F.L. and L. Co's. (1907), 52.5 x 54 cm   1920 

1 4

Bakersfield, 36.5 x 52.5 cm   1903 

1 5

Barre, by D.B. Weelock (1888), 55 x 48 cm   no date 

1 6

Belvidere, 19 x 44 cm   1926 

1 7

Benson, 60 x 82 cm   1928 

1 8

Berkshire, by Davis Fay (no date), copied by A. Hull and S. Royce (1842), 47.5 x 53.5 cm   1903 

1 9

Berkshire, "Plan of Land of the Cemetery Association of the COngregational Church of East Berkshire", 58 x 46 cm   1925 

1 10

Bethel, by Daniel Child (1840), 29.5 x 35.5 cm   no date 

1 11

Bethel, by Levi Hazen (no date), 57 x 63.5 cm   1920 

1 12

Bolton, 37.5 x 31 cm   no date 

1 13

Braintree, 1801, 36.5 x 27.5 cm   1920 

1 14

Brookfield, by John Smith (1818), copied by Henry L. Smith (1877), 48.5 x 73 cm   1877 

1 15

Brookfield, by John Smith (1818), copied by Henry L. Smith (1877), 48.5 x 73 cm   1877 

1 16

Burke, 32.5 x 44 cm   1928 

1 17

Cambridge, by John Safford (no date), 38 x 25 cm   1903 

2 18

Canaan, by HUbbard Spencer (1786) and Jeremiah Eames, Jr. (1796), 48.5 x 75.5 cm   1917 

2 19

Chelsea, 27.5 x 42.5 cm   1920 

2 20

Chelsea, by Reuben Spalding (no date), 41 x 22.5 cm   1920 

2 21

Chittenden, by E. McCourt Macy (no date), 57 x 59.5 cm   1912 

2 22

Colchester, by Nahum Baker (1802), 97 x 76 cm   1923 

2 23

Concord, by (?) Locke (no date), 40 x 37.5 cm   1917 

2 24

Craftsbury, by Samuel C. Crafts (no date), 58.5 x 53 cm   1912 

2 25

Danville, 40.5 x 31.5 cm   no date 

2 26

Danville, 51 x 35.5 cm   no date 

2 27

Danville, 66.5 x 52 cm   1921 

2 28

Danville, 69 x 52 cm   1921 

2 29

Dummerston, by Ebenezer Waters (1767), 54 x 73 cm   1918 

2 30

Duxbury, 51 x 48 cm   1914 

2 31

Eden, 36.5 x 49.5 cm   1910 

3 32

Enosburg, by James Whitelaw, Joseph Beeman and Frederick Bliss (1812), 50.5 x 70.5 cm   1900 

3 33

Essex, by John Johnson (1807), 32 x 44.5 cm   1926 

3 34

Fairfax, by Joseph Beeman (no date), 50.5 x 41 cm   1926 

3 35

Fairfax, property of Mrs. H.G. Minot, 50 x 47 cm   1903 

3 36

Fairfield, "plan of Cedar Swamp" (no date), 94 x 54 cm   1896 

3 37

Fairfield/Fletcher, "map of P.B.B. Northrop's farm", 105.5 x 78.5 cm   1896 

3 38

Fayston, 48.5 x 60 cm   1923 

3 39

Ferdinand, 35 x 13 cm   no date 

3 40

Franklin, by Joseph Beeman (1838) after Adolphus Walbridge (1788), 44.5 x 60 cm   1928 

3 41

Georgia, by John Johnson (1808), 101 x 79 cm   no date 

4 42

Grand Isle, 118 x 78 cm   1926 

4 43

Guildhall, by Eben W. Judd (1792), 66 x 66 cm   1917 

4 44

Hancock, by R.J. Flint (1882) after Joseph Crary (no date), 59 x 67 cm   1927 

4 45

Hardwick, "Hardwick Roads", 88.5 x 39 cm   1921 

4 46

Hartford, by Levi Hazen (1885) after original town plan (no date), 59 x 67 cm   1917 

4 47

Hartford, 1885, 68 x 73.7 cm   no date 

4 48

Hartland, 1799, 55.5 x 72.5 cm   1918 

4 49

Highgate, "village of Highgate Center", 48.5 x 43 cm   1919 

4 50

Hyde Park, 32.5 x 32.5 cm   1909 

4 51

Lincoln, by James Whitelaw (no date, original Whitelaw ms.), 15 x 15.5 cm   no date 

5 52

Lincoln, by James Whitelaw (no date), 37 x 32 cm   1922 

5 53

Londonderry, by James Mack (1805), 45 x 35 cm   1922 

5 54

Lowell, 1842, 26.5 x 31 cm   1914 

5 55

Lunenburg, by J.D. Jenkins (1903) after original town plan (no date), 93.5 x 86 cm   1917 

5 56

Manchester, by E.C. Orvis, J.W. Fowler and H. Eggleston (1892), 82 x 79 cm   1925 

5 57

Marshfield, by J.W. Chandler (no date), 41 x 33.5 cm   1928 

5 58

Mendon, by E.M. Pike (1909) after Joseph Crary (1793)   1923 

5 59

Middlesex, 61 x 50 cm   1913 

5 60

Milton, 51 x 73.5 cm   1910 

5 61

Montgomery, by John Safford (no date), 20.5 x 19 cm   1913 

5 62

Montgomery, by Joseph Beeman (1837), 58 x 43 cm   1898 

5 63

Montpelier, by John H. Senter (original Senter ms.), 54 x 62 cm   1913 

5 64

Moretown, 42 x 33.5 cm   1925 

5 65

Morristown, 32.5 x 32 cm   1909 

5 66

Mount Holly, by A.C. Grover (1915) after original town plan (no date), 60.5 x 52.5 cm   1920 

5 67

Mount Tabor, 47 x 46.5 cm   1920 

5 68

Randolph, 32 x 31 cm   1922 

6 69

Readsboro, by George J. Bond (no date), 34 x 20.5 cm   1922 

6 70

Richford, by Joseph Neeman (1823), 62.5 x 55.5 cm   1900 

6 71

Richford, by Joseph Beeman (1823), 58 x 48 cm   1912 

6 72

Ripton, by J.S. Chandler (1903), 79.5 x 65 cm   1922 

6 73

Rochester, by R.J. Flint (1898) after John Chaffee (no date), 47 x 33 cm   1920 

6 74

Roxbury, by John H. Senter (no date), 43 x 52 cm   1928 

6 75

Royalton, by Goldsbrow Banyar (1778) after Thomas Valentine (1778), 41 x 48 cm   1922 

6 76

Ryegate, "Plan of the South Division of Ryegate" by P.G. Smith (no date) after James Whitelaw (no date), 72 x 92 cm   1919 

6 77

St. Albans, by E.W. Jewett (1870), 62.5 x 94.5 cm   1894 

6 78

St. Albans, 85 x 67.5 cm   1906 

6 79

St. Albans, by (Alfred Hathaway?) (no date), 49 x 79 cm   1911 

6 80

St. Albans, by (Alfred Hathaway?) (no date), 49 x 79 cm   1911 

6 81

St. Albans, 15 x 23 cm   1919 

6 82

St. Johnsbury, by Jonathan Arnold (no date), 34 x 54 cm   1928 

6 83

Searsburg, by George J. Bond (no date), 48 x 37 cm   1922 

6 84

Shelburne, by Orville S. Spear (1876), 65 x 75 cm   no date 

6 85

Shoreham, by Silas H. Jenison (no date), 49.5 x 69.5 cm   1922 

6 86

Stamford, by George G. Bond (no date) after original town plan (no date), 36 x 35 cm   1922 

6 87

Starksboro, 34 x 20 cm   1920 

6 88

Stockbridge, by R.J. Flint (no date), 25 x 33.5 cm   1920 

6 89

Stowe, 47 x 78 cm   1913 

6 90

Stratton, 39 x 37.5 cm   1923 

6 91

Sunderland, 34.5 x 38.5 cm   1925 

6 93

Swanton, by (Eleazer Jewett?) (no date), 93 x 140 cm   no date 

6 93

Waitsfield, by Edmund Rice (1816), 30.5 x 26 cm   1923 

8 94

Wallingford, 64.5 x 52.5 cm   no date 

8 95

Warren, 50 x 67 cm   1925 

8 96

Washington, by Thomas Brown (1785), 50.5 x 52.5   1928 

8 97

Waterbury, 1803, 32 x 31 cm   1913 

8 98

Waterbury, tracing of #98, 32.5 x 31 cm   1913 

8 99

Waterbury, 44 x 48 cm   1913 

8 100

Waterford, by Azarias Williams (no date) after William Chamberlain (1787), 43 x 36 cm   1924 

8 101

Westford, by H.N. Baker (1914) after Beers' "Atlas of Chittenden County" (1869), 27.5 x 35 cm   no date 

8 102

Westminster, by (Samuel Gale?) (1772), 82.5 x 69.5 cm   1917 

8 103

Westmore, by (J.W. Chandler?) (no date), 44.5 x 39 cm   1922 

8 104

Westmore, by Andrew Lockie (no date), 44,5 x 39 cm   1922 

8 105

Weston/Andover, 18 x 23 cm   1922 

8 106

Weston/Andover, 48.5 x 29.5 cm   no date 

8 107

Weybridge, by Eben W. Judd (1801) after Joseph Cook (no date), 29 x 27 cm   1922 

8 108

Whitingham, 23.5 x 22.5 cm   1928 

8 109

Williamstown, 41.5 x 41.5 cm   1928 

8 110

Williston, by John Johnson (1802/1834), 92 x 71 cm   1920 

8 111

Windsor, 68 x 80.5 cm   1917 

8 112

Winhall, by E.G. Bacon (original Bacon ms.), 95 x 68 cm   1907 

8 113

Worcester, 49 x 45 cm   1914 

8 114

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