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LS17646_000
Arlington House Hotel

Title:
Arlington House Hotel
Town:
Arlington
County:
Bennington
State:
Vermont
Date:
1916 - 1919
Description:
This black and white photograph captures the Arlington House, a grand hotel located in Arlington. A dirt road cuts across the midground of the image. Along the near side of the road, in the foreground of the image, are two mature, deciduous trees growing along a grassy strip. The large, three-story, hipped-roof, wood-frame hotel is centered on the far side of the road and fills much of the picture frame. A large, two-story porch, with decorative brackets and balustrade, graces the facade. Several wooden chairs provide seating along the first and second stories of the porch. An American flag, showing 48 stars, hangs over the first story of the porch. Writing on the transom light over one of the facade entrances reads: "Ladies Entrance." A sign with a bell at the right end of the porch indicates that a telephone is available within the hotel. A sign posted a window at the right end of the porch indicates that some product is sold at the hotel. A smaller, American flag hangs below the sign. Two signs posted at the left end of the porch read: "Arlington House" and "[???] Room and Ice Cream Parlor." Wooden walkways approach two sets of steps at the front of the hotel. A very low, stone wall lines the front edge of the lawn. Some type of pump, possibly for water or gas, is located at the right edge of the front lawn, along the road. A 1910s-era automobile is parked in a small parking lot to the right of the hotel. The canopy top has been lowered. The license plate on the front of the vehicle suggests the date of the image is around 1916-1919. An old horse-drawn cart sits atop a small hill to the rear of the hotel. A second, large, wood-frame building is located to the left of the hotel and is cut off at the edge of the picture frame. Tall, leafy, deciduous trees line the roadway and partially obscure the facades of the buildings. The thick foliage suggests a summer season. This photograph was taken by a photographer for the Eastern Illustrating & Publishing Co. and contributed to the Landscape Change Program by the Penobscot Marine Museum, located in Searsport, ME. Eastern Illustrating was a postcard company located in Belfast, ME that took thousands of photographs throughout New England and upstate New York between 1909 through the 1950s. To order a print of this image or to learn more about the Eastern Illustrating & Publishing Company Collection visit our website: http://www.penobscotmarinemuseum.org/photo-collections/eip.html email: Kjohnson@pmm-maine.org Bill Budde writes on 2020-08-05: This site is on Main Street, now Vermont Route 7A. The white clapbord building to the left is the Arlington Town Hall, still used. The Berkshire Bank is now (2020) located on the site.
Filename:
LS17646_000.jpg
Size:
5212 x 3627 pixels; 11866541 bytes
Original Filename:
11009.jpg
Original Metadata:
Arlington House. Arlington, Vt. 5.
Keywords:
Automobiles; Buildings; Central business districts; Commercial buildings; Culture; Deciduous; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Forests and Plants; Hotels; Human Constructs; Landscapes; Living Things; Nature; Roads; Roads, Earth; Season; Shade trees; Sidewalks; Streets; Summer; Time; Transportation; Trees; Village communities; Wagons; Wooden-frame buildings;
Source:
Penobscot Marine Museum
Photographer:
Eastern Illustrating & Publishing Company
Submitted By:
Elizabeth Andr´┐Ż
Submitted On:
2008-09-17
Original Media:
Glass Negative
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
Epson Perfection V750 Pro. Computer is an Intel Pentium 4. Scanning software is Silverfast.
Image Scanned By:
Kevin Johnson
Publisher:
Eastern Illustrating & Publishing Company
Catalogue Information:
11009
Relative Dating Rationale:
License plate
Times viewed:
3181
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