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Main Street paved with brick
Main Street Paved
Main Street Rail Removal
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Title:
Main Street Paved
Town:
Burlington
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
1920-10-19
Description:
Looking on from S. Winooski Ave., this historic photograph gives a view of the newly paved Main St. In the left side of the frame, one can see the Strong Theatre advertising "PHOTOPLAYS DELUXE." In front of the theatre and the neighboring Chilton Paint Co., advertisements for Victor Hugo's "The Main Who Laughs" are posted on a telephone booth. Further on in the left side of the frame, beyond the U.S. Post Office and Customs Building, one can make out signs for various cafes and pharmacies. Among them are Arcadia Lunch and a Western Union. Alongside a few parked cars, multiple retail stores are visible on the right side of the street. At the corner of Church St., a sign reading, "SWEET SHOP" hangs off of building with the corner of City Hall visible in the background. Several vehicles are parked on the street. Wide sidewalks can be seen on each side of the street. Pedestrian crosswalk lines are pained in the street. Utility lines can be seen running overhead. Street-lamps can be seen all the way down Main St. Elm trees can be see in the background on the right side of the image. Mary VanBuren-Swasey writes on 2009-03-10: Correct date is Oct 19, 1929. Also McAllister's embossed seal can be seen in the lower right corner.
Filename:
LS00000_002.jpg
Size:
5748 x 4433 pixels; 3523419 bytes
Original Filename:
FM020.jpg
GPS Location:
44.47594 N latitude, 73.21086 W longitude
Keywords:
Automobiles; Autumn; Buildings; Central business districts; Commercial buildings; Commercial Strips; Culture; Deciduous; Elm; Forests and Plants; Human Constructs; Lampposts; Landscapes; Living Things; Nature; Public buildings; Roads; Season; Sidewalks; Streets; Time; Transportation; Trees;
Source:
University of Vermont, Fleming Museum, Burlington and Winooski: The Evolution of our Built Environment
Photographer:
L. L. McAllister
Submitted By:
Ashley Hogan
Submitted On:
2008-04-02
Original Media:
Photograph
Image Scanned By:
Ashley Hogan
Catalogue Information:
Burlington Dep. Of planning and zoning
Times viewed:
816158
Title:
Main Street paved with brick
Town:
Burlington
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
1929-09-01
Description:
From the viewpoint of S. Winooski Ave., this historic image shows the cobble stoned Main St. as it once was. Parked cars sit on both sides of the trolley tracks leading up the incline. In the left of the picture, one can see the Strong Theatre next to the Chilton Paint Co. In front of the building and advertisements for Kenton's "Father and Son" are plastered in a telephone booth. In the distance, beyond the U.S. Post Office and Customs House, cafes and various shops can be seen on the left side of the street. On the opposite side of the street, brick buildings housing other shops on the ground level can be seen. In the distance, at the corner of Church St. in front of City Hall, a sign reading "SWEET SHOP" can be seen. Thomas Visser writes on 2014-02-25: This photo shows brick paving on Main Street, not cobble stones.
Filename:
LS00000_001.jpg
Size:
5731 x 4439 pixels; 4724150 bytes
Original Filename:
FM021.jpg
GPS Location:
44.47594 N latitude, 73.21086 W longitude
Keywords:
Automobiles; Autumn; Buildings; Central business districts; Commercial buildings; Commercial strips; Culture; Human Constructs; Lampposts; Landscapes; Public buildings; Roads; Season; Sidewalks; Streets; Time; Transportation;
Source:
University of Vermont, Fleming Museum, Burlington and Winooski: The Evolution of our Built Environment
Photographer:
L. L. McAllister
Submitted By:
Ashley Hogan
Submitted On:
2008-03-17
Original Media:
Photograph
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
Canon LIDE 60, Mac OS X 10.4.10
Image Scanned By:
Ashley Hogan
Catalogue Information:
UVM Special Collections
Times viewed:
2836575
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