Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Overview Collection consists of slides, yearbooks (1963-1986), annual reports, scrapbooks, meeting minutes, pressbooks, journal, pamphlets, newsletters, publications, financial records, correspondence, and member lists that document the activities of the Burlington Garden Club, 1962-1996.
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.
Overview The Dorothy B. Hunt Collection contains papers from 1910 to 1987. The collection may be of use to those studying Burlington and the arts in Vermont in the latter half of the twentieth century.
Overview Financial records from Earl R. Benedict's grocery store located in the North End of Burlington.
Abstract Church Clerk records (1830-70), Advisory Board records (1886-1936), and Society records (1848-65).
Overview The George Saunders Collection includes wedding invitations, family photos, some family papers, scrapbooks of clippings (1865-1927), and a guest book of the George Linsley family cottage at Cedar Beach.
Overview The Huntington Family Papers document the lives of its geographically scattered members in the form of correspondence, mostly with their mother Sarah (Sally) in Saint Albans, Vermont.
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.
Overview The Lucius E. Chittenden papers include correspondence, letter books, account books, court dockets, transcriptions of testimony, lists of books, notebooks recording a trip to England (1871) which includes impression of bookseller Henry Stevens and various libraries, notes on rare books, notes on formation of the Republican Party in 1848, translations by Chittenden of descriptions of early French explorations of North America.