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LS14070_000
Boy and Porcupine by Dunsmoor Lodge

Title:
Boy and Porcupine by Dunsmoor Lodge
Town:
Bolton
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
1920-08-25
Description:
Part of the Herbert W. Congdon collection, this hand-painted lanternslide depicts Leverett T. Smith with a dead porcupine that he has impaled with a long white stick. Smith is wearing a long sleeve shirt, long pants, high socks, and boots, and is wearing a red checked kerchief around his neck. The corner of Dunsmoor Lodge is visible, and a tall wooden post stands vertically to the right of Smith. There also appears to be other felled lumber behind Leverett T. Smith. The area in which he is standing is fairly cleared, with various roots, sticks, rocks and dirt. The area behind the lodge is filled with more forest and understory plants, as well as deciduous and coniferous trees.
Filename:
LS14070_000.jpg
Size:
3268 x 4372 pixels; 6225169 bytes
Original Filename:
hwccr03b01033.jpg
Original Metadata:
Lev. and porcupine, Dunsmoor Lodge. 25 Aug. 1920. 3898
Keywords:
Boys; Buildings; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Dwellings; Earth Materials; Ferns; Forest plants; Forests and Plants; Geology; Human Activity; Human Constructs; Living Things; Logging; Nature; People; Plants; Rocks; Season; Summer; Time; Tree felling; Trees; Understory plants; Wood poles; Work; Porcupine; The Long Trail
Source:
Special Collections, Bailey/Howe Library, University of Vermont
Submitted By:
Kristina Brown
Submitted On:
2008-06-06
Original Media:
Lanternslide
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
Dell xp Professional, Epson Expression 10,000xl scanner
Image Scanned By:
Amanda Getsinger
Catalogue Information:
Herbert W. Congdon, carton three, Long Trail photos and slides, box 1
Relative Dating Rationale:
Original Metadata
Times viewed:
2894
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