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Remembering the Flood of 1927 Burlington/Winooski

Title:
Winooski River Flooding
Town:
Burlington
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
1927
Description:
This historic photograph shows the teeming waters of the Winooski River in full force during the flood of 1927. One can see the water swallowing up trees and rising above the bridge connecting Burlington and Winooski. The corner of a brick building is visible on the left side of the image. On the other side of the river, several structures are visible. Utility lines and poles can be seen on both sides of the river.
Filename:
LS12994_000.jpg
Size:
3224 x 1866 pixels; 1156192 bytes
Original Filename:
FM104.jpg
GPS Location:
44.48835 N latitude, 73.18618 W longitude
Keywords:
Autumn; Bridges; Bridges, Iron and steel; Building, Brick; Buildings; Cities and towns; City trees; Culture; Deciduous; Dwellings; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Flood damage; Floods; Forests and Plants; Geology; Human Constructs; Landforms; Landscapes; Living Things; Nature; Plants, Effect of floods on; Rivers; Season; Surface Processes; Time; Trees;
Source:
University of Vermont, Fleming Museum, Burlington and Winooski: The Evolution of our Built Environment
Submitted By:
Ashley Hogan
Submitted On:
2008-03-12
Original Media:
Photograph
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
Canon LIDE 60, Mac OS X 10.4.10
Image Scanned By:
Ashley Hogan
Catalogue Information:
Louis McAllister Collection, Burlington Street Dep.
Times viewed:
14051
Title:
Remembering the Flood of 1927 Burlington/Winooski
Town:
Burlington
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
2009-07-08
Description:
Carol’s very exciting birthday visit to the site of the 1927 flood of the Winooski River. It is a wet, wet day but not as bad as in 1927. In the foreground, notice the brick wall’s notch where the front and side of the building meet. It matches the original photograph. Paved road on incline (leads to Chace Mill) leads from Colchester Ave. Large gray transformer box sits on the opposite side of the street from the brick building. Woman in red is yelling, “High voltage!” as woman in yellow approaches “the box!” Tree line mirrors location of trees in original photo as does the bridge in the background. Car and utility lines can also be seen.
Filename:
LS12994_001.jpg
Size:
3008 x 2000 pixels; 3157195 bytes
Original Filename:
DSC_3482.JPG
GPS Location:
44.48835 N latitude, 73.18618 W longitude
Keywords:
Unknown
Source:
Melissa Fellows
Photographer:
Melissa Fellows
Submitted By:
VSI 09
Submitted On:
2010-02-09
Original Media:
Digital Photograph
Times viewed:
3204
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Bridge Connecting Burlington and Winooski

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Bridge Connecting Burlington and Winooski
Burlington,
1929
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Mill Damaged by Flood

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Mill Damaged by Flood
Winooski,
1928
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Winooski River Flooding

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Winooski River Flooding
Burlington,
1927
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