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LS14396_000
"New Parker Camp"

Title:
"New Parker Camp"
Town:
Johnson
County:
Lamoille
State:
Vermont
Date:
1925?
Description:
A small wooden cabin stands in the foreground of this hand painted lanternslide. A door is visible on the right side of the building. There is a metal chimney to the left of the door. There are two windows on the front side of the building, and the one on the left is open and has a flat counter-like surface that protrudes from the bottom of the frame. The roof appears to be metal and slants lower towards the back side of the building. Rocks as well as chicken wire appear around the foundation of the house. The cabin is surrounded by coniferous and deciduous trees. Due to the foliation of the deciduous trees, the season appears to be either spring or summer. Information with the image suggests the cabin may be named "New Parker Camp" and be near "Buchanan." Perry Parker writes on 2010-10-08: This is a picture of Parker Camp formerly on the Long Trail, just off of the Davis Neighborhood Trail in the town of Johnson. This camp was located at the junction of the base of Laraway and Butternut Mountains.
Filename:
LS14396_000.jpg
Size:
4620 x 3348 pixels; 7211388 bytes
Original Filename:
deanb04033.jpg
Original Metadata:
? New Parker camp ?by Buchanan
Keywords:
Nature; Alpine regions; Buildings; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Dwellings; Earth Materials; Ecosystems; Forests and Plants; Geology; Human Constructs; Living Things; Nature; Rocks; Season; Spring; Summer; Time; Trees; Wooden-frame buildings; The Long Trail
Source:
Special Collections, Bailey/Howe Library, University of Vermont
Submitted By:
Kristina Brown
Submitted On:
2008-06-13
Original Media:
Lanternslide
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
Dell xp Professional, Epson Expression 10,000xl scanner
Image Scanned By:
Amanda Getsinger
Catalogue Information:
Theron S. Dean, carton three, Long Trail photos and slides, box 4
Relative Dating Rationale:
Original Metadata
Times viewed:
171963
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