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 are not dated, but the included biography suggests they were taken during Newton's employment as a traveling pocket knife salesman, between 1910 and the mid-1930s. Most photographs are scenic in nature, of Vermont's lakes, rivers, and roads. There are also two images that include the photographer in the foreground.
- Leahy Libary, Vermont Historical Society
- William Newton's Hand-Colored Photographs of Vermont
A photograph of Emerald Lake near the town of Dorset, Vermont. A train runs down the railroad tracks near the bank.
A photograph of the passenger ferry Lady of the Lake. Based in Newport, Vermont, the Lady of the Lake transported people from Newport to Magog, Quebec for fifty years (1867-1917).
A photograph of South Hero's famous Sand Bar Bridge. An automobile is parked on the tree lined road.