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Title:
Deserted Village of Griffith
Town:
Mount Tabor
County:
Rutland
State:
Vermont
Date:
1912-07-03
Description:
The deserted village of Griffith contains several clapboard dwellings, as well as a brick tower that is visible on the far right edge of the image. The viewer is looking down a dirt road towards the village. On either side of the road, there are grasses and wildflowers. There are several people walking in both directions on the road. Along the left side of the road, there is a series of circular stone buildings that were once charcoal kilns. There is a wooden shed in front of the charcoal kilns. In the distance, hills covered in coniferous trees frame the sky. Due to the flowers, the season appears to be either spring or summer. Herbert Ogden writes on 2017-01-04: This is not in Danby, it's miles east in Mt. Tabor. The road is now the Old Job Trail. It was the original route of the Long Trail.
Filename:
LS14038_000.jpg
Size:
4831 x 2856 pixels; 5246593 bytes
Original Filename:
hwccr03b01001.jpg
Original Metadata:
The deserted village of Griffith, near charcoal kilns. No. 2003 July 3, 1912
Keywords:
Abandonment; Abandonment of property; Building,Brick; Buildings; Change; Commercial buildings; Conifers; Culture; Dwellings; Ecosystems; Flowers; Forest machinery; Forests and Plants; Fuelwood; Geology; Grassland plants; Hills; Housing--Abandonment; Human Activity; Human Constructs; Industrial buildings; Landforms; Landscapes; Living Things; Logging; Machinery; Meadows; Men; Nature; People; Plants; Roads; Roads,Earth; Season; Spring; Stone buildings; Summer; Time; Towers; Trees; Village communities; Women; Wooden-frame buildings; Work; The Long Trail
Source:
Special Collections, Bailey/Howe Library, University of Vermont
Submitted By:
Kristina Brown
Submitted On:
2008-06-06
Original Media:
Lanternslide
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
Dell xp Professional, Epson Expression 10,000xl scanner
Image Scanned By:
Amanda Getsinger
Catalogue Information:
Herbert W. Congdon, carton three, Long Trail photos and slides, box 1
Relative Dating Rationale:
Original Metadata
Times viewed:
2658
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