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  • Collection: Montpelier - Pavilion Building

Demolition of the Pavilion Hotel, 1970

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Color photograph of the Pavilion Hotel, Montpelier, Vermont, taken during the demolition, 1970.

Entrance hall and stairhall of the Pavilion Hotel, 1969

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Entrance hall and stairhall of the Pavilion Hotel, Montpelier Vermont, as seen from the main entrance, taken to document the condition of the building, September, 1969.

Former National Life Building and the Pavilion Hotel, 1927 flood

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State Street, Montpelier, Vermont, during the flood of 1927. The National Life Insurance Co. headquarters building, now the state office building at 133 State Street, is on the left, and the Pavilion Hotel is in the distance on the right. Flood…

Interior of Pavilion Hotel, 1880s

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Interior of the second Pavilion Hotel, showing the lobby and reception desk, circa 1880s

Main entrance and entrance hall of the Pavilion Hotel, 1969

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Front entrance and entrance hall of the Pavilion Hotel, Montpelier, Vermont, as seen from the stairhall, taken to document the condition of the building, September, 1969.

Oral history interview with May Trafton

An interview with May Trafton about her memories of staying at the original Pavilion in the

Pavilion building, 2005

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Color photograph of the Pavilion Office Building, Montpelier, Vermont, 2005.

Pavilion Hotel demolition

Video clip taken from the film, "A blueprint for the past.," showing the demolition of the Pavilion Hotel in 1970 in time lapse photography, with commentary by Governor Deane C. Davis.

Pavilion Hotel Livery Stable, 1885

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Office of the Pavilion Hotel Livery Stable, showing coach and driver. The owner of the stable, John Q. Adams, is standing on the left.

Pavilion Hotel on Dewey Day, 1899

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Pavilion Hotel, Montpelier, Vermont, decorated with bunting for Dewey Day, October 12, 1899, when Admiral George Dewey returned to his hometown after his tour celebrating his victory in the Spanish-American War.