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Title:
Addison House and Town Green
Town:
Middlebury
County:
Addison
State:
Vermont
Date:
1860 - 1870
Description:
Photo shows Addison House and town green with a few trees. Note the wooden fence separating the green from the house. Esther Munroe Swift writes on 2005-2-25: Hamilton Child\'s Gazetteer & Business Directory of Addison County c.1882 lists the Addison House on the corner of Pleasant on Court Square, which also had a livery stable, the Western Union Telegraph office, Billiard Hall for the ladies & children, etc..The proprietor Darwin Rider, who was also a county sheriff had a detailed advertisement in the Directory and made a point of the fact that the Rutland & Burlington Division of the Central Railroad had a station in the village with three trains per day going in each direction.
Filename:
LS03944_000.jpg
Size:
4476 x 5688 pixels; 8637473 bytes
Original Filename:
Middlebury9.jpg
GPS Location:
44.01415 N latitude, 73.16698 W longitude
Keywords:
Buildings; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Dwellings; Forests and Plants; Human Constructs; Landscapes; Living Things; Nature; Parks; Public buildings; Stone walls and Fences; Trees; Wooden fences;
Source:
Vermont Historical Society
Submitted By:
Elizabeth Stanley Mann
Submitted On:
2004-06-25
Original Media:
Photograph
Relative Dating Rationale:
Clothing
Times viewed:
20253
Title:
Middlebury Inn
Town:
Middlebury
County:
Addison
State:
Vermont
Date:
2008-07-29
Description:
This photographs shows the Middlebury Inn. The tall deciduous trees make it difficult to see both the town green and the Middlebury Inn. In the immediate foreground there is a fence. Behind the fence, there is a lamppost, and a few street signs on the grass. Behind this patch of grass, there is a paved road. There are several deciduous trees obstructing the Middlebury Inn. The Middlebury Inn is several stories high with a large porch. There are a few flowers on the porch on the right. Off to the left there is a parked car. The season is summer. The main change is the deciduous trees’ growth, which has obstructed the view of the inn. Also there is no longer a large sign on the inn that reads “Addison House.” The Addison House turned into the Middlebury Inn in the year 1927. There does not appear to be an observatory anymore. Further, the road in front of the Middlebury Inn has grown significantly, and is now a major paved road.
Filename:
LS03944_003.jpg
Size:
2272 x 1704 pixels; 1320395 bytes
Original Filename:
IMG_2927.JPG
GPS Location:
44.01415 N latitude, 73.16698 W longitude
Keywords:
Automobiles; Building,Brick; Buildings; Culture; Deciduous; Flowers; Forests and Plants; Grassland plants; Hotels; Human Constructs; Lampposts; Living Things; Nature; Plants; Season; Summer; Time; Traffic signs and signals; Transportation; Trees;
Source:
John William Meyer
Photographer:
John William Meyer
Submitted By:
John William Meyer
Submitted On:
2008-07-30
Original Media:
Photograph
Times viewed:
4124
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