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Title:
Re-shot: 12 Maplewood Terrace
Town:
Hartford
County:
Windsor
State:
Vermont
Date:
2012-06-18
Description:
This color photograph documents the former location of 12 Maplewood Terrace, near the intersection of U.S. Routes 4 and 5 in White River Junction. 12 Maplewood Terrace and several neighboring dwellings were demolished when the two U.S. highways were widened and re-routed across a new bridge that was constructed over the White River. This highway engineering project accompanied the construction of I-91 along the west end of the city. In this image, North Main Street (U.S. 4 & 5) passes across the foreground and is lined by concrete sidewalks. A wood-frame, gable-roof dwelling stands on the far side of the road at the left edge of the image. A large, ornate carriage barn with rooftop cupola is attached to the rear of the dwelling. A few small trees and shrubs vegetate the manicured lawn. This dwelling faces off the camera and fronts the remaining section of Maplewood Terrace, which is accessible by foot via a set of stairs off the main highway. A parking lot abuts the property to the right. 12 Maplewood Terrace once stood where the parking lot is now located. A thickly-forested hill rises to the rear of the properties. The season is spring.
Filename:
LS46499_001.jpg
Size:
2272 x 1704 pixels; 727553 bytes
Original Filename:
LS46499.JPG
GPS Location:
UTM Zone T 18, 4836563 E, 715855 N
Datum: NAD83
Keywords:
Work; Wooden-frame buildings; Wood poles; Trees; Transportation; Time; Streets; Spring; Sidewalks; Shrubs; Season; Roads--Design and construction; Roads,Paved; Roads; Plants; Nature; Living Things; Landscapes; Human Constructs; Human Activity; Hills; Highway engineering; Forests and Plants; Express highways; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Earthwork; Dwellings; Deciduous; Culture; Conifers; Cities and towns; Change; Buildings;
Source:
UVM Landscape Change Program
Photographer:
Elizabeth Andre
Submitted By:
Elizabeth Andre
Submitted On:
2012-06-21
Original Media:
Digital Photograph
Times viewed:
92415
Title:
12 Maplewood Terrace
Town:
Hartford
County:
Windsor
State:
Vermont
Date:
1966-08-17
Description:
This black and white photograph looks northwest toward the dwelling at 12 Maplewood Terrace, which is located near the intersection of U.S. Routes 4 and 5 in White River Junction. The property was owned by the Trustees of the Methodist Church and was used as a rectory. The two-and-one-half-story, wood-frame, gable-roof dwelling stands on the far side of the paved road at the center of the image. A decorative porch adorns the fašade of the otherwise modest, shingle-clad structure. A brick chimney abuts the left side of the dwelling. Shrubs and deciduous trees vegetate the small patch of lawn. A walkway runs along the right side of the dwelling, and a sidewalk passes along the front edge of the property. The season is summer. See LS46499-LS46511 for more views of this property.
Filename:
LS46499_000.jpg
Size:
3959 x 3410 pixels; 6959405 bytes
Original Filename:
AOTN13440.jpg
GPS Location:
UTM Zone T 18, 4836563 E, 715855 N
Datum: NAD83
Original Metadata:
Methodist Church, Trustees of, Hartford U 041 - 2 (5) US 4&5. Front and S'ly side. 12 Maplewood Terrace
Keywords:
Wooden-frame buildings; Trees; Time; Summer; Streets; Sidewalks; Shrubs; Season; Roads,Paved; Roads; Plants; Nature; Living Things; Landscapes; Human Constructs; Forests and Plants; Dwellings; Deciduous; Culture; Cities and towns; Chimneys; Buildings;
Source:
Vermont State Archives and Records Administration
Photographer:
Donald Wiedenmayer
Submitted By:
Elizabeth Andre
Submitted On:
2012-02-10
Original Media:
FIlm Negative
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
Macbook v.10.5 Epson perfection V700-750
Image Scanned By:
Josh Ellsworth
Catalogue Information:
Negative #13440
Relative Dating Rationale:
Original Metadata
Times viewed:
491450
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