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Title:
Aerial View of White River Junction
Town:
Hartford
County:
Windsor
State:
Vermont
Date:
1920 - 1940
Description:
This is a sepia tinted aerial photograph of a flood in White River Junction, VT. Shown here is the merging of the White and Connecticut Rivers. The Rivers have flooded their banks and have submerged homes. The natural levees have been breached as evidence by the lines of elms trees partially submerged in the water. Many roads are visible on the right side and cut across the river to the left side of the image. Four iron bridges are pictured over the river. Automobiles and trucks are pictured driving through the roads of White River Junction. Wooden-frame buildings dot the landscape pictured. Leafy conifers and deciduous trees are pictured in the background. Industrial buildings are pictured on the far right side of the image. Railroad tracks run down the right side of the image. All rights reserved; (c) Shelbubrne Museum, Shelburne Vermont, www.shelburnemuseum.org. Contact Rights and Reproductions at photos@shelburnemuseum.org
Filename:
LS32641_000.jpg
Size:
4340 x 3309 pixels; 7908041 bytes
Original Filename:
SHM_AT_7_29.jpg
Original Metadata:
White River, VT. Gift of William Dewey, Queechee, VT.
Keywords:
Bridges; Bridges,Iron and steel; Buildings; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Forests and Plants; Geology; Hills; Human Constructs; Industrial buildings; Landforms; Living Things; Nature; Public buildings; Railroad tunnels; Railroads; Rivers; Roads; Roads,Earth; Transportation buildings; Trees; Wooden-frame buildings;
Source:
Shelburne Museum
Submitted By:
Renee Gliddon
Submitted On:
2010-07-23
Original Media:
Aerial Photograph
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
MacBook OSX 10.5 CanoScan LiDE 200
Image Scanned By:
Andrew Turgeon
Catalogue Information:
27.12-853.15
Relative Dating Rationale:
based on quality of photograph
Times viewed:
4445
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