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Title:
Addison House
Town:
Middlebury
County:
Addison
State:
Vermont
Date:
1860 - 1910
Description:
This is a hand colored postcard of the Addison House. There is a path in the foreground leading through grass and deciduous trees up to a large brick building. There is a large wraparound porch on the building, and people are visible sitting on chairs. There is a utility pole visible in the foreground.
Filename:
LS14176_000.jpg
Size:
4241 x 2626 pixels; 2553090 bytes
Original Filename:
KEC2195.jpg
GPS Location:
44.01401 N latitude, 73.16648 W longitude
Keywords:
Buildings; Cities and towns; Culture; Deciduous; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Forests and Plants; Grassland plants; Hotels; Human Constructs; Landscapes; Living Things; Men; Nature; People; Plants; Roads; Trails; Trees; Village communities; Women; Wooden-frame buildings;
Source:
Kenneth Estey
Submitted By:
Kate Sease
Submitted On:
2008-06-10
Original Media:
Postcard
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
CanoScan LiDe 30, Powerbook G4, Scanner, Computer, Operating System
Image Scanned By:
Corey Coutu
Publisher:
W.H. Sheldon, Middlebury, Vt
Relative Dating Rationale:
Hand colored, style
Times viewed:
86326
Title:
The Middlebury Inn
Town:
Middlebury
County:
Addison
State:
Vermont
Date:
2008-07-29
Description:
This photograph shows the Middlebury Inn, formally The Addison House. In the immediate foreground there is a grassy lawn next to a paved road. There are a few traffic signs and a lamppost on the grass. Across the paved road there is a car parked outside the Middlebury Inn. In front of the Inn there is a sidewalk. The Inn is a three-story building with several windows, and a chimney. A sign reads “Middlebury Inn” and another reads “Waterfalls Day Spa.” To the left of the image, you can see the large porch of the Middlebury Inn. There are several leaved deciduous trees in view. The season is summer. In addition to the name change, there have been several other changes to the inn. The Addison House existed from 1852 until 1927 when it turned into the Middlebury Inn. The main difference is that the dirt path, which used to lead up to the Addison House is now the paved Court Street. As far as the building goes, the porch with its fancy pillars no longer wraps all the way around. Also, there is no longer a utility pole and lines visible.
Filename:
LS14176_001.jpg
Size:
2272 x 1704 pixels; 1391332 bytes
Original Filename:
IMG_2925.JPG
GPS Location:
44.01401 N latitude, 73.16648 W longitude
Keywords:
Automobiles; Buildings; Chimneys; Culture; Deciduous; Flowers; Forests and Plants; Grassland plants; Hotels; Human Constructs; Lampposts; Living Things; Nature; Plants; Roads; Roads,Paved; Season; Sidewalks; Summer; Time; Traffic signs and signals; Transportation; Trees;
Source:
John William Meyer
Photographer:
John William Meyer
Submitted By:
John William Meyer
Submitted On:
2008-07-30
Original Media:
Photograph
Times viewed:
24681
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