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LS33411_000
Dr. Holcomb's House

Title:
Dr. Holcomb's House
Town:
Milton
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
1894 - 1950
Description:
This is a black and white photograph of Dr. Holcomb's home. Dr. Holcolmb graduated from UVM in 1894 and came to Milton to set up his practice. He had this house built at the turn of the century and he specialized in premature babies. He is recognized by the American medical association for his work. He served in Milton for 49 Years. This house has been apartment houses for the last 50 years. The Barcelo family has owned it since the 1970' s-80. Snow blankets the landscape pictured in the foreground of the image. The home is a large, wooden-frame home with a brick foundation. There is a basement in the house as evident from the small window at the base of the building. A brick chimney is pictured on the roof. Leafy conifers and bare deciduous trees dot the landscape around the Doctor's house. Snow dusts the trees pictured. Other wooden-frame, residential buildings are pictured behind the home.
Filename:
LS33411_000.jpg
Size:
3715 x 2780 pixels; 6803676 bytes
Original Filename:
MHS_JR_7_16_090126.jpg
Original Metadata:
Dr. Holcolmb, he graduated from UVM in 1894, he came to milton to set up his practice. He had this house built at the turn of the century and he specialized in babies. He specialized in small baby care (premature babies) he is recognized by the American medical assoication for his work. he served milton for 49 years. This house has been apt houses for the last 50 years. the Barcelo family has owned it since the 1970's-80's.
Keywords:
Basements; Buildings; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Forests and Plants; Human Constructs; Living Things; Nature; Season; Snow; Time; Trees; Winter; Wooden-frame buildings;
Source:
Milton Historical Society
Submitted By:
Renee Gliddon
Submitted On:
2010-07-26
Original Media:
Photograph
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
MacBook OS X V10.4.11 CanoScan LiDE 70
Image Scanned By:
Jamie Russell
Catalogue Information:
J.K. Smith's Historical post cards
Relative Dating Rationale:
based on quality of image and original metadata
Times viewed:
4407
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