Browse Collections (13 total)

Edmund Royce's Photographs of Vermont


Edmund H. "Bug" Royce (1883-1967) was a well-known St. Albans photographer during the 1930s-50s. He descended from a long line of Vermonters; his love…

Contributors: Leahy Libary, Vermont Historical Society

William Newton's Hand-Colored Photographs of Vermont


This is a collection of 46 hand-colored photographs, taken and tinted by William Alva Newton (1866-1958) of Little Valley, New York. The photographs…

Contributors: Leahy Libary, Vermont Historical Society

Theodore Roosevelt International Highway


Before the highways that crisscross our country had numbers, they had names. The Theodore Roosevelt International Highway was one of them. Established…

Contributors: Leahy Library, Vermont Historical Society

Easterly Daguerreotypes


This collection contains the earliest known photographic images of Vermont. They were created by Thomas M. Easterly of Guilford and Brattleboro in…

Contributors: Leahy Library, Vermont Historical Society

Vermont Governors


These images are from the collection of governors' portraits at the Vermont Historical Society. The collection was begun in 1908 when Elmer Chickering…

Contributors: Vermont Historical Society

1927 Flood in Vermont


Items from the devastating flood of early November 1927.

Historic Photos from Vermont Towns


This area of DigitalVermont contains collections of photographs from towns across our state, including images owned by collaborating local societies. …

Vermont 1970s Counterculture Project Images


This is a collection of images related to the Vermont Historical Society's 1970s Project. See the accompanying collection of oral history interviews…

Vermont 1970s Counterculture Project Oral Histories


This collection contains over 50 oral history interviews collected in 2015 and 2016 by the Vermont Historical Society as part of its Vermont 1970s…

Vermont Civil War Flag Collection

15th Vermont Infantry, Regimental Flag.jpg

This digital collection contains images of flags that were carried by Vermont units during the Civil War. Sixty-eight flags were originally on display…

Contributors: Vermont State Curator's Office, 2 Gov. Aiken Avenue,
Montpelier, VT 05633; 802 828-0749; Email: