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  • Collection: Historic Photos from Vermont Towns

Carlo Abate

Carlo Abate, sculptor, free hand drawing teacher, and editor of an anarchist newspaper.

George Wooster, Pioneer Merchant

George Wooster is shown here in his Marshfield office. George, with his brother Frank (known as "The Wooster Boys") started the village store and operated it for 63 years. He also served as postmaster and was a representative in 1879-80.

Marshfield Common, c. 1900

Marshfield Village Common, looking east on Main Street with bandstand in foreground. The E.W. Gilman store (originally the Wooster store) is on the right. A covered bridge is in the distance to the left of the bandstand. There are no leaves on the…

Gould Residence, Gouldsville, Vt.

This large Victorian residence, with an equally elaborate carriage house, was built by Joseph Gould (1809-1876), who owned a woolen mill in Northfield Falls, which he purchased in 1857. Behind the house, connected by a covered bridge of lattice work,…

"Ruth Blood delivering milk"

Ruth Blood delivers bottled milk to an unidentified woman standing on porch of current 76 Old Route 5, September 1920. Dahlias are planted by porch of house.

"Mr. Roberts laying sidewalk"

Two men working on sidewalk at current 71 Main Street, May 1916.

"W. S. Adams spraying potato field"

Two men filling spraying apparatus on wagon pulled by two horses from barrels on stand, August 27, 1929.

"Wreath at Putney Nursery"

Woman standing behind large Christmas wreath at entrance to barn, December 1931.

"Lena Crossman and dog at switchboard"

Lena Crossman holding dog, likely a pit bull terrior, on her lap behind switchboard desk, 1909.

"Mike Foley, C. N. Davison, Billy Ross, Dan Murphy (in doorway to mill)."

Four men at entrance to paper mill, June 24, 1909