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Braintree Hill Church

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Braintree Hill Church

Title:
Braintree Hill Church
Town:
Braintree
County:
Orange
State:
Vermont
Date:
2006-05-07
Description:
The historic image shows a church with two doors in a cleared landscape. The title at the top of the image reads, "Braintree Hill Church, Braintree, VT." Esther Munroe Swift writes on 2006-2-14: Note that the land falls off at the back of the church and there are windows in that part of the building, indicating that was usable space. Perhaps for a Sunday School or other civic functions. Both being fairly usual in rural areas. The recent photo is of the church as it looks today. It's more recently referred to as "The Braintree Hill Meeting House." The lower section that Ms. Munroe refers to is now the Braintree Historical Society and Museum.
Filename:
LS01777_001.jpg
Size:
1200 x 900 pixels; 246884 bytes
Original Filename:
100_0891.JPG
Keywords:
Buildings; Church buildings; Culture; Deciduous; Forests and Plants; Human Constructs; Living Things; Nature; Season; Spring; Time; Trees; Wooden-frame buildings;
Source:
Tony Lubold
Submitted By:
Tony Lubold
Submitted On:
2006-05-07
Original Media:
Digital Photograph
Publisher:
Grant's Drug Store, as part of the G GMS S series
Times viewed:
2805
Title:
Braintree Hill Church
Town:
Braintree
County:
Orange
State:
Vermont
Date:
1907 - 1915
Description:
The historic image shows a church with two doors in a cleared landscape. The title at the top of the image reads, "Braintree Hill Church, Braintree, VT." Esther Munroe Swift writes on 2006-2-14: Note that the land falls off at the back of the church and there are windows in that part of the building, indicating that was usable space. Perhaps for a Sunday School or other civic functions. Both being fairly usual in rural areas. The recent photo is of the church as it looks today. It's more recently refered to as "The Braintree Hill Meeting House". The lower section that Ms. Munroe refers to is now the Braintree Historical Society and Museum.
Filename:
LS01777_000.jpg
Size:
2010 x 3168 pixels; 3236378 bytes
Original Filename:
Braintree2.5.1c.jpeg
Keywords:
Buildings; Church buildings; Clearcutting; Culture; Forests and Plants; Grassland plants; Human Activity; Human Constructs; Living Things; Logging; Nature; Plants; Work;
Source:
Special Collections, Bailey/Howe Library, University of Vermont
Submitted By:
Kara Lenorovitz
Submitted On:
2004-03-02
Original Media:
Postcard
Publisher:
Grant's Drug Store, as part of the G GMS S series
Relative Dating Rationale:
Postcard
Times viewed:
2891
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