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Subject

Vermont Postcard Collection

Collection Inventory

Town/Place   

Addison, Vt.   

Includes Chimney Point.

Albany, Vt.   

Includes covered bridges, Fisher homestead (Dorothy Canfield Fisher), hotels, and Roaring Branch Camps.

Alburg, Vt.   

Andover, Vt.   

Arlington, Vt.   

Athens, Vt.   

Averill, Vt.   

Includes Cold Spring Camp, Lake Side Inn, and Quimby's Club.

Bakersfield, Vt.   

Includes Bakersfield Academy.

Baltimore, Vt.   

Barnard, Vt.   

Barre, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, Cemeteries (Corti Memorial), churches, City Hall, covered bridges, East Barre, fire station, 1927 flood, Goddard Seminary, Granite (Barclay Brothers; Boutwell, Milne & Varnum; Jones Quarries; Rock of Ages; E.L. Smith; Straiton Quarry Company; Wells and Lamson Company; World Granite Company), hospital, hotels (Hotel Barre), I.O.O.F. (Independent Order of Odd Fellows) parade of 1909, library, Monuments (Robert Burns, Soldiers and Sailors’), Post Office, railroad, schools, and streets (Main Street, Washington Street).

Barton, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, bridges, churches, Crystal Lake (Le Beau Lac Boat Club), 1927 flood, hotels (Cyrstal Lake House, Hotel Barton), May Pond, mills and factories, Orleans (buildings, hotel, mills and factories, streets), Roaring Brook Park, schools, streets.

Battenkill River   

Belvidere, Vt.   

Benson, Vt.   

Berlin, Vt.   

Includes Benjamin Falls.

Berkshire, Vt.   

Bethel, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, bridges, buildings, churches, 1927 flood, granite (Woodbury Granite Co.), hotels, presidential visit (Coolidge, September 20, 1928), railroad, schools, streets, and White River.

Bloomfield, Vt.   

Bolton, Vt.   

Includes 1927 flood.

Bomoseen, Lake   

Includes boats, floating bridge, hotels, Point of Pines, Prospect Park, Prospect Point, and West shore.

Bradford, Vt.   

Includes Connecticut River, and 1913 flood.

Braintree, Vt.   

Brandon, Vt.   

Includes celebrations, churches, covered bridges, Stephen A. Douglas birthplace, Stephen A. Douglas Memorial, 1918 fire, 1938 flood, Forest Dale, hotels (Brandon Inn), marble quarrying, park, schools, Soldiers’ Monument, and streets.

Brattleboro, Vt.   

Includes Austine Institution, birdseye views, Book Cellar, Brattleboro Retreat (Linden Lodge), bridges, buildings, churches, Connecticut River, Connecticut River Island Park, estates, industries (Estey Organ Company), Fisk Monument, Home for the Aged, hospitals, hotels (Brooks House), library, railroad, schools, Soldiers’ Monument & Common, streets (Main Street), Valley Fair, Wells Fountain, West Brattleboro, and West River.

Bridgewater, Vt.   

Bridport, Vt.   

Brighton, Vt.   

Includes Island Pond.

Bristol, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, Bristol Manufacturing Company, churches, Holley Hall, Lord’s Prayer Rock, New Haven River and Falls, park, streets, and 1912 town Sesquicentennial.

Brookfield, Vt.   

Includes floating bridge.

Brookline, Vt.   

Brownington, Vt.   

Brownsville, Vt.   

Brunswick, Vt.   

Burke, Vt.   

Includes Burke Mountain, and West Burke.

Burlington, Vt.   

Includes aerial views, Airport, Battery Park, beaches, bowling alleys, buildings, Lake Champlain views, churches (Baptist, Catholic, Congregational, Methodist Episcopal, Protestant Episcopal, Unitarian), City Hall, City Hall Park, Country Club, Ethan Allen Club, Ethan Allen Monument, Ethan Allen Park, Ethan Allen Tower, 1927 flood, greeting cards, harbor, hospitals, hotels (Hotel Burlington, Oakledge Manor, Sherwood Hotel, Van Ness House, Hotel Vermont), Lake Champlain Yacht Club, library, Masonic Temple, Memorial Auditorium, parades, Post Office, Customs House, railroads, Rock Point, schools (Edmunds High School), street railroads, streets (Church Street, College Street, Main Street, St. Paul Street, South Winooski Avenue), United States Weather Bureau (601 Main Street), University of Vermont (Billings Library, Converse Hall, Fleming Museum, fraternities and sororities, Grasse Mount, Ira Allen Chapel, Medical College, military education, Old Mill, Williams Science Hall), Winooski River (bridges, Heineberg Bridge, mills), World War I, and World War II.

Cabot, Vt.   

Calais, Vt.   

Cambridge, Vt.   

Includes covered bridges, and Jeffersonville (skiing).

Camels Hump   

Canaan, Vt.   

Includes Beecher Falls, and Marshall's Camps.

Castleton, Vt.   

Cavendish, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, bridges, celebrations (Sesquicentennial, August 15, 1912), churches, flood (1927), Gorge, and Proctorsville (woolen mills).

Champlain, Lake   

Includes boats, bridges, Champlain Memorial, Cahmplain Tercentenary (1909), ferries, forts (Crown Point, Fort Ticonderoga), islands, and steamboats.

Charleston, Vt.   

Charlotte, Vt.   

Includes Cedar Beach, Mount Philo, Mount Philo Inn, and Thompson's Point.

Chelsea, Vt.   

Chester, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, bridges, buildings, churches, hotels (Fullerton Inn), library, railroad depot, schools, Soldiers’ Monument, and streets.

Chittenden, Vt.   

Clarendon, Vt.   

Includes Clarendon Gorge, and flood (1927).

Colchester, Vt.   

Includes Fanny Allen Hospital, Mallets Bay, and St. Michael's College.

Concord, Vt.   

Connecticut River   

Includes bridges, dams, and logging.

Corinth, Vt.   

Includes Washburn family.

Cornwall, Vt.   

Coventry, Vt.   

Craftsbury, Vt.   

Danby, Vt.   

Includes Marble quarrying.

Danville, Vt.   

Includes Joe's Pond.

Derby, Vt.   

Includes Beebe Plain, Derby Line, and West Derby.

Dorset, Vt.   

Includes Beebe Plain, Derby Line, and West Derby.

Dover, Vt.   

Dummerston, Vt.   

Includes covered bridges and Naulakha (Rudyard Kipling home).

Dunmore, Lake   

Includes camps (Keewaydin Camp) and hotels.

Duxbury, Vt.   

East Haven, Vt.   

East Montpelier, Vt.   

Eden, Vt.   

Includes Lake Eden.

Elmore, Vt.   

Enosburg, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, buildings, churches, covered bridges, Lincoln Park, Missisquoi River, schools, and streets.

Essex, Vt.   

Includes Essex Junction (buildings, churches, streets) and Winooski River (1927 flood).

Fairfax, Vt.   

Includes Lamoille River.

Fairfield, Vt.   

Fairlee, Vt.   

Includes Ely, camps (Camp Aloha), Connectiut River, hotels, Lake Morey (casino).

Fayston, Vt.   

Ferrisburgh, Vt.   

Includes Basin Harbor, covered bridges, Long Point, Rokeby (Rowland Robinson homestead).

Fort Ethan Allen (Colchester and Essex, Vt.)   

Includes barracks, cavalry, hospital, Officers Row and Parade Ground, troops, and water tower.

Franklin, Vt.   

Includes Lake Carmi.

Georgia, Vt.   

Glover, Vt.   

Includes Bread & Puppet Theater

Goshen, Vt.   

Grafton, Vt.   

Includes covered bridges.

Granby, Vt.   

Grand Isle, Vt.   

Includes camps and hotels (Island Villa / Grand Isle Lake House).

Granville, Vt.   

Green Mountains   

Greensboro, Vt.   

Includes Caspian Lake and Greensboro Bend.

Groton, Vt.   

Guildhall, Vt.   

Guilford, Vt.   

Halifax, Vt.   

Hancock, Vt.   

Includes skiing (Middlebury College Snow Bowl)

Hardwick, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, buildings, churches, granite quarrying, hospital, library, Memorial building, railroad, schools, and streets.

Hartford, Vt.   

Includes 1927 flood, 1911 historical pageant, hotels, 1908 ice jam, mills, Quechee (Dewey’s Mills), Quechee Gorge, West Hartford, White River Junction (birdseye views, buildings, churches, factories, Smith & Son, 1913 flood, 1927 flood, hotels, library, railroad, schools, Seventh Day Adventist Camp, streets, Verrmont State Fair, Veterans’ Hospital), and Wilder (churches, dams, schools).

Hartland, Vt.   

Highgate, Vt.   

Includes churches, hotels / camps, Missisquoi River / Falls, Rock Island, and Saxe birthplace (John Godfrey Saxe).

Hinesburg, Vt.   

Includes buildings, churches, Lake Iroquois, and streets.

Hubbardton, Vt.   

Huntington, Vt.   

Hyde Park, Vt.   

Ira, Vt.   

Irasburg, Vt.   

Isle La Motte, Vt.   

Includes St. Anne's Shrine.

Jay, Vt.   

Includes Jay Peak.

Jericho, Vt.   

Includes Jericho Center.

Johnson, Vt.   

Includes covered bridges, 1927 flood, Lamoille River, and State Normal School / Johnson State College.

Killington, Vt.   

Includes churches, Gifford Woods State Park, hotels, Killington Peak, Long Trail Lodge, and Pico Peak.

Kirby, Vt.   

Lamoille River   

Landgrove, Vt.   

Leicester, Vt.   

Includes Silver Lake.

Lincoln, Vt.   

Londonderry, Vt.   

Includes Lowell Lake and South Londonderry.

Lowell, Vt.   

Ludlow, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, buildings, churches, factories, mills, Lake Rescue, library, Odd Fellows Home (Independent Order of Odd Fellows), Okemo Mountain, schools, and streets.

Lunenburg, Vt.   

Includes churches and Gilman.

Lyndon / Lyndonville, Vt.   

Includes buildings, churches, covered bridges, library, parks, railroad, schools, and streets.

Mansfield, Mount   

Includes views from the north, views from Stowe, views from the west, skiing (chair lift), summit, and Summit House.

Manchester, Vt.   

Includes Battenkill River, bridges, buildings, Burr and Burton Academy, churches, Ewkanok Country Club, Mount Equinox, Hildene (Robert Todd Lincoln home), hotels (Equinox House), library, lumber industry, marble quarrying, Soldiers’ Monument, and streets (Main Street).

Marlboro, Vt.   

Includes Hogback Mountain and Sunset Lake.

Marshfield, Vt.   

Memphremagog, Lake   

Includes Owl's Head and steamboats.

Mendon, Vt.   

Middlebury, Vt.   

Includes Addison County Fair, bridges, buildings, churches, East Middlebury, hotels (Addison House / Middlebury Inn), marble, Middlebury College (academic buildings, Chapel / College Row, dormitories, gym / Field House, library), Otter Creek and falls, schools, Soldiers’ Monument, and streets (Main Street).

Middlesex, Vt.   

Middletown Springs, Vt.   

Milton, Vt.   

Includes camps and 1927 flood.

Missisquoi River, Vt.   

Monkton, Vt.   

Montgomery, Vt.   

Montpelier, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, buildings, celebrations, cemeteries, churches, City Hall, Country Club, County Court House, fires, 1927 flood (churches, Main St., railroads, residential streets, State Street), High School, hospital, library, Montpelier Seminary / Vermont College, National Life Insurance Company, North Montpelier, Pavillion Building, Post Office, State House, streets (Main Street, State Street), and Winooski River).

Moretown, Vt.   

Morgan, Vt.   

Morristown, Vt.   

Includes bridges, buildings, churches, Lamoille River, railroad, schools, Soldiers' Monument, and streets.

Mount Holly, Vt.   

Includes Belmont (formerly village of Mechanicsville).

Mount Tabor, Vt.   

Newbury, Vt.   

Includes covered bridges, South Newbury, Wells River (bridges, Connecticut River, 1927 flood).

Newfane, Vt.   

Includes Court House, hotels, Williamsville (bridges).

New Haven, Vt.   

Newport, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, buildings, churches, 1927 flood, hospital, hotels (Camp Elizabeth), library, lumber yards, Lake Memphremagog, Post Office / Court House, railroad, railroad station, schools, and streets (Main Street, Second Street).

Northfield, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, bridges, buildings, churches, Depot Square, factories, library, Norwich University (Alumni Hall, birdseye views, cadets, Dewey Hall, fraternities), schools, and streets.

North Hero, Vt.   

Includes Camp Abnaki and hotels.

Norton, Vt.   

Norwich, Vt.   

Includes covered bridges and Inn.

Orange, Vt.   

Orwell, Vt.   

Includes churches.

Ottauquechee River   

Otter Creek   

Pawlet, Vt.   

Includes West Pawlet.

Peacham, Vt.   

Peru, Vt.   

Includes Bromley House and skiing (Bromley Mountain)

Pittsfield, Vt.   

Plainfield, Vt.   

Plymouth, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, churches, Coolidge homestead (Calvin Coolidge), Coolidge portraits (Calvin Coolidge), Echo Lake, Echo Lake Inn.

Pomfret, Vt.   

Poultney, Vt.   

Includes banks, churches, Greeley House (Horace Greeley), hotels, streets, Town Hall, Troy Conference Academy / Green Mountain College.

Pownal, Vt.   

Proctor, Vt.   

Includes bridges, churches, 1927 flood, hospital, hotels, library, Sutherland Falls, Vermont Marble Company, Wilson Castle, and YMCA.

Putney, Vt.   

Includes churches, Connecticut River, schools, and streets.

Randolph, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, bridges, Chandler Music Hall, churches, East Randolph, 1927 flood, library, Mari Castle / St. Mary’s Seminary, presidential visit (Theodore Roosevelt, 1912), railroad station, Randolph Center (streets), Sanatorium, schools, State Normal School / Agricultural School / Vermont Technical College, and streets.

Reading, Vt.   

Includes Felchville.

Readsboro, Vt.   

Richford, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, East Richford, factories, Federal building, 1927 flood, 1908 grain elevator fire, Missisquoi River, schools, and streets.

Richmond, Vt.   

Includes 1918 Armistice Day Parade, bridges, Depot Square, 1927 flood, Jonesville, and Old Round Church.

Ripton, Vt.   

Includes Breadloaf Inn / Campus.

Rochester, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, Mount Cushman, park, and streets.

Rockingham, Vt.   

Includes covered bridges, Old Meeting House, and Saxton’s River (birdseye views, churches, hotels, Kurn Hattin Homes, mills, schools, Vermont Academy, streets, Main Street). Includes Bellows Falls (Barber Park, bridges, buildings, churches, Connecticut River, Connecticut River Dams, factories, Vermont Farm Machine Co., 1907 fire, Green House (Hetty Green), hotels, Hotel Windham, library, parades, railroad station, schools, Soldiers’ Monument, streets).

Roxbury, Vt.   

Includes marble quarrying and Teela-Wooket Camps.

Royalton, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, 1927 flood, Hop Vine Tearoom, hotel (Cascadnac House), South Royalton (birdseye views, streets, White River), and streets.

Rupert, Vt.   

Rutland, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, bridges, buildings, churches, City Hall, Community House, Court House, 1906 fire, 1927 flood, 1947 flood, Green Mountain Boys statue, hospital, hotels (Bardwell Hotel, Berwick Hotel), House of Correction, Howe Scale Company, 1907 I.O.O.F. (Independent Order of Odd Fellows) Convention / Parade, library, Loretto Home / St. Joseph Convent, marble quarrying, Mead Building, Memorial Hall, Old Ladies’ Home, Old State House, park (Main Street Park), railroad station, Rutland Country Club, schools, streets (Center Street, Merchants’ Row), and theaters.

Ryegate, Vt.   

St. Albans, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, bridges, buildings, churches, City Hall, Community House, Court House, 1906 fire, 1927 flood, 1947 flood, Green Mountain Boys statue, hospital, hotels (Bardwell Hotel, Berwick Hotel), House of Correction, Howe Scale Company, 1907 I.O.O.F. (Independent Order of Odd Fellows) Convention / Parade, library, Loretto Home / St. Joseph Convent, marble quarrying, Mead Building, Memorial Hall, Old Ladies’ Home, Old State House, park (Main Street Park), railroad station, Rutland Country Club, schools, streets (Center Street, Merchants’ Row), and theaters.

St. Catherine, Lake   

Includes hotels.

St. Johnsbury, Vt.   

Includes Athenaeum, birdseye views, buildings, churches, estates, Fairbanks Company, Fairbanks Museum, 1927 flood, hospitals, hotels (Avenue House, St. Johnsbury House), Masonic Temple, parks, Passumpsic River (dams), railroad, St. Johnsbury Center, schools (St. Johnsbury Academy), Sleepers River, Soldiers’ Monument, streets (Main Street, Railroad Street), U.S. Fish Hatchery, Y.M.C.A. building.

Salisbury, Vt.   

Sandgate, Vt.   

Searsburg, Vt.   

Shaftsbury, Vt.   

Includes South Shaftsbury.

Sharon, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, hotels, Joseph Smith birthplace, and streets.

Shelburne, Vt.   

Includes Shelburne Museum.

Sheldon, Vt.   

Includes churches, Missisquoi River, and Riverside Camp.

Shoreham, Vt.   

Includes Larabee's Point

Shrewsbury, Vt.   

Includes Cuttingsville.

Smuggler's Notch   

Includes Big Spring / Bingham Falls, and Smugglers Notch Road.

Somerset, Vt.   

South Burlington, Vt.   

Includes hotels (Allenwood Inn), Queen City Park, and Red Rocks.

South Hero, Vt.   

Includes Camp Hochelaga, hotels, and Sandbar Bridge.

Springfield, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, Black River, bridges, buildings, churches, estates (Hartness), factories (Bryant Grinder Company, Fellows Gear Shaper Company, Gilman and Son, Jones and Lamson, Parks and Woolfson Manufacturing Company, J.T. Slack, Vermont Snath Company), 1927 flood, hospital, hotels (Adnabrown Hotel, Hartness House), library, schools, and streets (Main Street).

Stamford, Vt.   

Starksboro, Vt.   

Stockbridge, Vt.   

Includes Gaysville (1927 flood and streets).

Stowe, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, churches, covered bridges, hotels, Lake Mansfield Trout Club, people, streets (Main Street), and Trapp Family / Trapp family Lodge.

Strafford, Vt.   

Includes Morrill Homestead and South Strafford.

Stratton, Vt.   

Includes Stratton Mountain.

Sudbury, Vt.   

Includes Hyde Manor.

Sunderland, Vt.   

Sutton, Vt.   

Swanton, Vt.   

Includes buildings, churches, hotels, Lake Champlain, Missisquoi River (industries), parks, schools, and streets.

Thetford, Vt.   

Includes camps, Connecticut River, coverred bridges, East Thetford, North Thetford, pageant, Post Mills, Thetford Academy, Thetford Center, and Union Village.

Tinmouth, Vt.   

Topsham, Vt.   

Townshend, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, churches, hotel, school (Leland and Gray Seminary, streets, and West Townshend).

Troy, Vt.   

Includes Missisquoi River-Big Falls and North Troy (churches, Missisquoi River, schools).

Tunbridge, Vt.   

Includes covered bridges, North Tunbridge, and Tunbridge World's Fair.

Underhill, Vt.   

Includes Underhill Center.

Vergennes, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, Bixby Memorial Library, churchs, Otter Creek and falls, park, State Industrial School, Stevens House, and streets (Main Street).

Vernon, Vt.   

Includes dams and South Vernon.

Vershire, Vt.   

Waitsfield, Vt.   

Includes Mad River.

Walden, Vt.   

Wallingford, Vt.   

Includes hotels, Old Stone Shop (American Farm Implements), and White Rocks.

Wardsboro, Vt.   

Includes Town Hall and West Wardsboro.

Warren, Vt.   

Includes skiing (Sugarbush Valley)

Washington, Vt.   

Waterbury, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, buildings, Camel’s Hump, churches, dam (Little River), 1927 flood, hotels (Waterbury Inn), railroads, schools (Green Mountain Seminary), State Hospital, and Winooski River.

Waterford, Vt.   

Waterville, Vt.   

Weathersfield, Vt.   

Includes covered bridges and Perkinsville.

Wells, Vt.   

West Fairlee, Vt.   

Westfield, Vt.   

Westford, Vt.   

Westminster, Vt.   

Includes bridges, Kurn Hattin Homes, and Westminster West.

Westmore, Vt.   

Includes Willoughby Lake (H.W. Richardson photographs)

Weston, Vt.   

Includes churches, Vermont Country Store, and Wantastiquet Trout Club.

West River   

General views only; see also towns along river.

West Rutland, Vt.   

Includes marble (mills and yards) and marble quarrying.

West Windsor, Vt.   

Includes Brownsville.

Weybridge, Vt.   

Includes Morgan Horse Farm (UVM)

Wheelock, Vt.   

White River   

See also towns along the river.

Whiting, Vt.   

Whitingham, Vt.   

Includes Brigham Young birthplace, Harriman Dam / Reservoir, and Jacksonville.

Williamstowm, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, streets, Williamstown Gulf, and Williamstown Gulf House.

Williston, Vt.   

Includes 1913 Pageant / Parade and Twist O' Hill Lodge (later Pine Ridge School).

Wilmington, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, bridges, buildings, Camp Najergog, Child’s Tavern, Forest and Stream Club, Haystack Mountain, library, Mountain Mills, Lake Raponda, and streets.

Windham, Vt.   

Includes Locust View Farm and logging (Pelham's Mill).

Windsor, Vt.   

Includes Ascutney Mountain, birdseye views, buildings, churches, Connecticut River (bridges), dams, estates, factories, hotels (Windsor House), library, Old Constitution House, Post Office, railroad depot, Runnymede Lake, schools, streets (Main Street, State Street), and Vermont State Prison.

Winhall, Vt.   

Includes Bondville.

Winooski, Vt.   

Includes birdseye views, 1927 flood (Burlington-Winooski bridge, mills, mills on the Burlington side, railroad bridge), and mills and falls.

Winooski River   

Includes Gorge between Colchester and South Burlington (bridges and 1927 flood).

Wolcott, Vt.   

Includes covered bridge.

Woodbury, Vt.   

Woodford, Vt.   

Woodstock, Vt   

Includes birdseye views, bridges, buildings, churches, Country Club, Court House, estates (Frederick Billings), High School, hotels (Woodstock Inn), houses, library, Ottauquechee River, Ottauquechee Savings Bank, park, railroad, skiing, South Woodstock (Perkins Academy), streets, Taftsville (covered bridge), and Mount Tom.

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