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Abstract B. Benton Barker was an early 20th Century photographer in Burlington, Vermont. The collection contains glass negatives and prints of photos taken around Burlington by B. Benton Barker around the turn of the century.
Abstract Charles Edmund Parker (1839-1923) was a prominent businessman of Vergennes, Vermont, Civil War veteran, and politician. The collection covers 1810-1943 and includes family and civil war era correspondence, militia records, business records, and photographs.
Overview The papers consist primarily of Aiken's senatorial files: bills and amendments, hearings, committee reports and recommendations, statistical studies, press releases, a great deal of correspondence, newspaper clippings, articles, photographs, sound recordings, films, and his senate diaries, as well as some materials from Aiken's gubernatorial years
Abstract The L.L. McAllister Collection includes portraits, construction projects, buildings, businesses and events in the Burlington area covering the period ca. 1920-1960. The collection also includes photos of street, bridge, airport and sewer construction and repair, as well as group portraits of clubs, schools, etc.
Abstract The Peake family arrived in the area that would become Addison County, Vermont, in 1779, when William Peake (1740-1813) moved with his family from Nantucket to the frontier town of Monkton. William's son Seth (1784-1827) settled in nearby Bristol in 1810 as a saddler and storekeeper, beginning more than a centry and a half of Peake residency in that community. The Peake Family Papers consist of approximately six linear feet of correspondence, bound manuscripts, diaries and other miscellaneous...
Abstract The Rockwell Family Papers consist of two cartons of letters, business papers, bound diaries and account books, photographs, newspaper clippings, and other papers. The chronological span of the collection is from 1854 to 1972, with the great majority of the papers dating from the 1850s to 1929. Most of the materials in the Rockwell Family Papers relate to Eli B. Rockwell's many years of service on Lake Champlain steamboats.
Overview Richard Spear (1737-1788) moved to Shelburne, Vermont, from Braintree, Massachusetts, in the summer of 1783. He died five years later, but his sons Asahel (1778-1849) and Elhanan W. Spear (1782-1869) remained in Shelburne and raised families there. The Spear Family Papers contain an interesting variety of manuscripts from the 1790s to the 1940s.
- University of Vermont 2
- Aiken, George D. (George David), 1892-1984 1
- Barker, B. Benton 1
- Burlington (Vt.). Dept. of Streets 1
- Burlington International Airport 1
- Holley, Samuel 1
- Lake Champlain Transportation Company 1
- Middlebury College 1
- Norwich University 1
- Parker, Charles E. 1
- Peake family 1
- Peake, Jane A.G. Holley 1
- Peake, Kate Field 1
- Peake, Kate Riley 1
- Peake, Peveril Stedman 1
- Peake, Royal Whitman 1
- Peake, Seth 1
- Rockwell family 1
- Rockwell, Eli B. 1
- Spear family 1
- Troy Conference Academy 1
- United States. Civil Rights Act of 1964. 1
- United States. Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government (1947-1949) 1
- United States. Congress. Pensions. 1
- United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture and Forestry. 1
- United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Education and Labor. 1
- United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. 1
- United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Post Office and Civil Service. -- General subdivision--Pensions; 1
- United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Restatement of Republican Principles. 1
- United States. Congress. Senate. Food Allotment Bill.. 1
- United States. Congress. Senate. Republican Policy Committee.. 1
- United States. President's Commission on the Status of Women. 1
- United States. Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapons Tests in the Atmosphere, in Outer Space, and under Water (1971). 1
- Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Corporation. 1 ∧ less