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Title:
"What Say, Ira?"
Town:
Burlington
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
1958
Description:
This historic photograph documents the University of Vermont mascot posing with the statue of Ira Allen. The mascot is standing on the statue's granite steps, dressed in a catamount outfit (fur coat, headpiece, gloves, and pants) holding what appears to be a UVM victory flag. Behind the statue, various deciduous trees (mostly large elms) can be seen. If one looks very hard through the trees they can make out the outline of Old Mill, which is a high Victorian Gothic style building, with numerous windows and a large bell tower. The inscription on Ira Allen's Pedestal reads, "Ira Allen, Founder of the State of Vermont, Founded this University 1791." Season autumn, UVM campus. Loona Brogan writes on 2006-10-18: In the old photo, the majestic elms can be seen towering in the background behind the more shrubby trees behind the statue. I'd estimate that these are the same trees we see growing there now, almost fifty years later. Serviceberry don't grow to be very big-- they border on being considered a shrub due to their size.
Filename:
LS10686_000.jpg
Size:
2896 x 4656 pixels; 10214489 bytes
Original Filename:
uvm2142.jpg
GPS Location:
UTM Zone T 18, 4926514 E, 0643147 N
Datum: WGS 1984
Keywords:
Autumn; Building,Brick; Buildings; Cities and towns; Culture; Deciduous; Forests and Plants; Human Constructs; Landscapes; Living Things; Men; Nature; Parks; People; Plants; Season; Shrubs; Time; Trees;
Source:
University of Vermont Archives
Submitted By:
Corey Coutu
Submitted On:
2005-12-30
Original Media:
Photograph
Times viewed:
139059
Title:
Ira Allen Statue, UVM Green (2005)
Town:
Burlington
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
2005-08-09
Description:
The 2005 photograph documents Ira Allen talking to no one during the summer of 2005. Here Ira stands alone, with a rather irate look on his face, upon his granite base. Behind Ira, numerous shrubs and deciduous trees have filled in the green, blocking all but the upper most view of Old Mill. Not enough of the building can be seen to make a comparison to the historic photograph. Season summer, UVM campus. Loona Brogan writes on 2006-10-18: The trees growing behind the statue in this contemporary photo are shadbush, or serviceberry. Vermont has the nation's largest recorded roundleaf serviceberry, in Clarendon: it is unlikely there is any connection with these trees.
Filename:
LS10686_001.jpg
Size:
1200 x 1600 pixels; 1376575 bytes
Original Filename:
uvmreshoot2142.jpg
GPS Location:
UTM Zone T 18, 4926514 E, 0643147 N
Datum: WGS 1984
Keywords:
Reforestation Summer; Building,Brick; Buildings; Cities and towns; Culture; Deciduous; Forests and Plants; Human Constructs; Landscapes; Living Things; Nature; Parks; Plants; Season; Shrubs; Time; Trees;
Source:
Corey Coutu
Submitted By:
Corey Coutu
Submitted On:
2005-12-30
Original Media:
Photograph
Times viewed:
24436
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