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Title:
Corner of College and South Prospect Streets
Town:
Burlington
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
2005-06-20
Description:
The current photograph shows the corner of College and South Prospect Streets. College Street is in the immediate foreground and South Prospect Street is on the right. Dewey Hall is visible looking north on South Prospect. The Waterman Building's south wing is visible. It is a three-story brick building with white marble accents. Small hedges and deciduous trees surround the building. A cement sidewalk runs alongside the road. A small fire hydrant is next to the road. Two traffic lights are visible. A lamppost and the street sign for College Street are attached to one of the traffic light posts. A small folding sign is next to the traffic light. UVM Campus. The Campus House was demolished for the Waterman Building. The elm trees are gone. The sidewalks stayed the same as well as the location of the fire hydrant. Traffic light poles are a new addition.
Filename:
LS09929_001.jpg
Size:
1982 x 1246 pixels; 1277104 bytes
Original Filename:
reshootuvm4000b.jpg
GPS Location:
UTM Zone T 18, 4926504 E, 0643097 N
Keywords:
Buildings Automobiles; Buildings; Change; Chimneys; City trees; Culture; Deciduous; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Electric utilities; Forests and Plants; Hedges; Human Constructs; Lampposts; Landscapes; Living Things; Nature; Parks; Pavements; People; Plants; Public buildings; Roads; Roads,Paved; Roads--Widening; Schools; Season; Shrubs; Sidewalks; Streets; Summer; Time; Traffic signs and signals; Transportation; Tree planting; Trees; Women;
Source:
Amanda Sawicki
Submitted By:
Amanda Sawicki
Submitted On:
2005-06-28
Original Media:
Photograph
Times viewed:
3141
Title:
Campus House
Town:
Burlington
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
1940-05-10
Description:
The historic photograph shows the Campus House on the corner of College and South Prospect Streets on May 10, 1940. College is the street in the immediate foreground of the photograph. South Prospect is the street visible on the right side. The corner of a street sign is visible on the left side of the photograph. Cement sidewalks crisscross in front of the house. A utility pole with a streetlight and a small fire hydrant are on the corner. Tall elm trees line the sides of the streets. The Campus House is a three-story brick structure with a stone foundation. The windows are framed in white wood with black shutters. Several shutters are missing. A small marble balcony is above the front door. A white, square cupola sits on the roof amid brick chimneys. A white porch is connected to the left side of the house. Another porch as well as a black car are visible beyond the house. Conifer trees and deciduous trees are on either side of the house in the background. Written on back of the photo is "Cynic p.4, Old Gives Way to New on Campus. 113-year-old Campus House to be torn down_campus house was built in 1827 and for many years was a private residence. In 1919 the house was acquired by the University and was remodeled for use as a girls dormitory...Large enough to hold 18 girls in single and double rooms...cupola furnished as a small study room." UVM Campus
Filename:
LS09929_000.jpg
Size:
5672 x 4078 pixels; 3209625 bytes
Original Filename:
uvm4000b.jpg
GPS Location:
UTM Zone T 18, 4926504 E, 0643097 N
Keywords:
Buildings Building,Brick; Buildings; Change; City trees; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Dwellings; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Elm; Forests and Plants; Human Constructs; Lampposts; Living Things; Nature; Pavements; Roads; Roads,Paved; Roads--Widening; Schools; Season; Shade trees; Sidewalks; Spring; Streets; Time; Tree planting; Trees;
Source:
University of Vermont Archives
Submitted By:
Amanda Sawicki
Submitted On:
2005-06-28
Original Media:
Photograph
Times viewed:
1739
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