University of Vermont. University Libraries. Special Collections
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The collection includes more than one thousand photographic prints and negatives of Burlington, Vermont. Photographs are classified by subject, including streets, buildings, buses and trolleys, waterfront, parks, stores, factories, parades, and specific buildings such as the Queen City Cotton Company factory and St. Paul's Cathedral.
Abstract A collection of clippings, brochures, and other ephemera on Burlington, Vermont topics.
Abstract The oversize photograph collection contains miscellaneous photographs too large for the picturae files and oversize photographs removed from manuscript collections. Many are identified only by subject.
Abstract This collection consists of over 1000 file folders of manuscripts documenting Vermont. Documents on a topic or by a creator range from single items to a few folders and are too small to form their own individual collections. The materials were created by individuals and organizations and are primarily correspondence, governement records, and business records.
Abstract Collection consists of printed paper banknotes from various financial institutions around Vermont.
Abstract A wide-ranging picture collection organized alphabetically by place-name and subject, primarily Vermont towns, places and subjects.
Abstract A collection of 1,400 portraits of Vermont individuals and groups. The portraits are mainly photographs, but include some engravings.
Abstract This collection of postcards, which includes some photographs and photoengravings, is mostly landscapes and cityscapes. The postcards are arranged in metal drawers by town/place with subject subdivisions. Most date from the 1890s to the 1940s.
Abstract A collection of clippings, brochures, and other ephemera on Vermont topics.
Overview This collection consists of over 300 small (under 28 cm.) bound manuscript volumes documenting Vermont. The volumes were created by individuals and organizations and include diaries, account books, record books, autograph books, photo albums, scrapbooks, survey books, and docket books.