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These records reflect curatorial and educational activities, as well as management of the collections of the Art Gallery, including appraisals (1873,1956-2001), fundraising, conservation, loans, rights and reproductions, and publicity. Also included in this record group are files relating to the entire gallery, as opposed to individual artworks, such as rights and reproductions for photographing the gallery, and records of in situ conservation work not attributable to individual artworks.
Includes records relating to the interpretation and conservation of individual paintings, works on paper, furnishings, rare books, photograph collections, and other objects in the collection of the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum .
Includes minutes, correspondence, clippings, resolutions, invitations, and notes documenting the work of the Caledonian Association. The association's main activity seems to have been to foster theological discussion and debate.
Includes correspondence, reports, speeches, petitions, and lists created by Rev. John H. Worcester in the course of his involvement with the Caledonia County Sunday School.
This collection contains a reasonably complete view of the Chamberlain Post No. 1, after its resurgence in 1880. It contains governing documents, minutes, ledgers, and secret ritual and service books, which show the form and working of internal GAR meetings.
Comprised of the subject and correspondence files of Librarian Gael Stein and her predecessor Jean Marcy.
Includes correspondence, promotional materials, and notes documenting the development and execution of programs at the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum between 1981 and 1994.
Includes formal reports made by Cornelia Fairbanks (Librarian, 1920-1952), Aurilla H. Gladding (Librarian, 1952-1973), Jean F. Madden Marcy (Librarian 1973-1987),and Gael B. Stein (Librarian 1987-1993) to the Athenaeum's Board of Trustees on an annual basis.
The Stone family papers include correspondence, personal papers, photographs, and publications belonging to several generations of Laura Stone's antecedents. The work of Arthur Stone, in the form of correspondence, notes, speeches, and writings, takes up the bulk of the collection.