460 So. Prospect Street
1940, Freeman French Freeman, architects
UVM Lane Series
460 S. Prospect Street was completed in 1940 for Daniel B. Carroll, a professor of political science at the University of Vermont. The Colonial Revival house was designed by Freeman French Freeman, and the blueprints were finalized in September 1938. Professor Carroll began his academic career at UVM as an Assistant Professor of Political Science and by 1939 he became head of the department, an office that he held until 1953. He died at home on April 19, 1959. The University acquired 460 S. Prospect Street in 1982 and it now serves as offices for the UVM Lane Series.
 Manning's Burlington, Winooski and Essex Junction, Vermont Directory for Year Beginning September 1940. (H.A. Manning and Co., 1940).
 Freeman French Freeman File, University of Vermont Special Collections.
 Faculty File, D.B. Carroll, University of Vermont Special Collections.
 Information courtesy of UVM Campus Planning Services.
Malin Deon, graduate student, Historic Preservation Program, University of Vermont, 2007
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