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Title:
Burklyn Hall 2008
Town:
Burke
County:
Caledonia
State:
Vermont
Date:
2008-03-15
Description:
Another view of the Burklyn hall in 2008, this image is a reshoot of a historic image of the mansion's construction. While not visible in this image, the grounds around the mansion are fertile and yield a small amount of hay each year. Deep snow covers building and forested hill visible in distance.
Filename:
LS02336_001.jpg
Size:
2592 x 1944 pixels; 1059415 bytes
Original Filename:
IMG_2764.JPG
GPS Location:
44.583472 N latitude, 71.963528 W longitude
Keywords:
Buildings; Change; Chimneys; Cities and town--Growth; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Forests and Plants; Foundations; Geology; Hills; Human Constructs; Landforms; Landscapes; Living Things; Nature; Ornamental trees; Rural; Season; Snow; Stone walls and Fences; Time; Trees; Winter; Wooden fences; Wooden-frame buildings;
Source:
Jay Taylor
Photographer:
Jay Taylor
Submitted By:
Jay Taylor
Submitted On:
2008-04-30
Original Media:
Photograph
Times viewed:
4050
Title:
Burklyn Hall
Town:
Burke
County:
Caledonia
State:
Vermont
Date:
1904 - 1906
Description:
This photo captures the construction of Burklyn Hall atop the Darling Ridge in East Burke, Vermont. The town line between East Burke and Lyndon runs through the house, hence the name Burklyn Hall. The house was the private residence of Elmer Darling, owner of The New Yorker Hotel in New York City that Elmer inherited from his father. Elmer operated a creamery across the street from Burklyn Hall that produced and shipped fresh cheese, butter, and milk to the hotel in New York daily by train. Elmer Darling is one of the men atop the building in this picture. Construction began in 1904 and the house was completed in 1906. This picture was most likely to have been taken in 1905. The hotel was still operating when Elmer died in 1932, but did not survive the Great Depression and was forced to close. In the historic photo the ground looks barren and there are rocks visible on the left of the foreground
Filename:
LS02336_000.jpg
Size:
1366 x 995 pixels; 772621 bytes
Original Filename:
scan0003.jpg
GPS Location:
44.583472 N latitude, 71.963528 W longitude
Keywords:
Animals; Building; Buildings; Cities and towns; Culture; Horses; Hotels; Human Activity; Human Constructs; Landscapes; Living Things; Logging; Lumber; Men; Nature; People; Transportation; Travel with horses; Wagons; Wooden-frame buildings; Work;
Source:
East Burke Club
Submitted By:
Jay Taylor and George Hayes
Submitted On:
2008-01-23
Original Media:
Photograph
Times viewed:
7865
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