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Warner House at 96 Colchester Avenue
1930 - 1940
This black and white photograph captures the Warner House at 96 Colchester Avenue in Burlington. A wide, paved road cuts across the foreground of the image. A stone curb, concrete sidewalk, and grassy parkway parallel the far side of the road. A wooden utility pole stands along the curb. The building is sited on a landscaped lawn on the opposite side of the street and faces slightly off to the right. The building has a wood frame covered in clapboards, is two-and-one-half stories in height, and has a hipped roof. A columned porch wraps around the first story. Wooden chairs provide seating on the porch, and flowers bloom in boxes that line the railings. A large awning shades the rear of the porch. A sign posted at the front of the building reads: "The Warner House, Tourists, Meals, Rooms, Bath." A light hangs over the sign. Large shrubs grow along the foundation and around the perimeter of the lot. A mature, deciduous tree grows on the front lawn. The rear of another building is visible to the right of the Warner House. The second building has a vine-covered porch and a large rear addition. A thick line of deciduous trees grows to the rear of the buildings. The thick foliage suggests a summer season. This photograph was taken by a photographer for the Eastern Illustrating & Publishing Co. and contributed to the Landscape Change Program by the Penobscot Marine Museum, located in Searsport, ME. Eastern Illustrating was a postcard company located in Belfast, ME that took thousands of photographs throughout New England and upstate New York between 1909 through the 1950s. To order a print of this image or to learn more about the Eastern Illustrating & Publishing Company Collection visit our website: email:
5132 x 3668 pixels; 10501852 bytes
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GPS Location:
44.285127 N latitude, 73.114573 W longitude
Buildings; Chimneys; Cities and towns; City trees; Culture; Deciduous; Dwellings; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Elm; Flowers; Forests and Plants; Hedges; Hotels; Human Constructs; Landscapes; Living Things; Nature; Plants; Roads; Roads, Paved; Season; Shade trees; Shrubs; Sidewalks; Streets; Summer; Time; Trees; Wood poles; Wooden-frame buildings;
Penobscot Marine Museum
Eastern Illustrating & Publishing Company
Submitted By:
Elizabeth André
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Original Media:
Glass Negative
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
Epson Perfection V750 Pro. Computer is an Intel Pentium 4. Scanning software is Silverfast.
Image Scanned By:
Kevin Johnson
Eastern Illustrating & Publishing Company
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Relative Dating Rationale:
Paved road
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