A handwritten inscription at the bottom of the historic image reads, "Birdseye View, Lowell, Vt. 39." The image shows a view of town from a nearby hill. There is an open, pasture field dissected by a wooden fence in the foreground of the photograph. There are several houses at the bottom of the field. Route 58 is running diagonally through the center of the image and then curves left as it heads into the distance. In the middle ground, on the left side of Route 58, there are more houses, open fields, and a church. On the right side of Route 58, there is a possible school, a church, a cemetery, and open fields. Route 100 intersects with Route 58 in the background of the photograph. There are more open, farm fields followed by forested hills and mountains in the background of the photograph.