A view of the cabins at Champlain Park, near Burlington, Vermont. The park not only had clean, heated cabins, but eats too!
The Woodstock Railroad Bridge over Vermont’s Ottauquechee River. The white border postcard was mailed in 1931.
Designed by the Italian-American sculptor James Novelli (1885-1940), the Soldiers Monument in Bellows Falls, Vermont is the subject of this divided back postcard published by Hugh C. Leighton.
This divided back card shows the Middlebury Inn located where else but in Middlebury, Vermont. Published by the Albertype Co., the postcard was mailed in 1940.
“The Battery” in Burlington, Vermont. Although the postmark is illegible, this is a Private Mailing Card, which means it’s crazy old. As best as I can interpret, this is how the message reads:
“The road you see in the above runs along the bank of the lake about 100 ft. above it. You can get a great view of the lake and the mountains on the other side. It is over a mile and a quarter[?] from Converse Hall. It is just 7:15 A.M. the latest I’ve been up since I’ve been here. Slept like a top. Received M’s postal yesterday.”
FYI: Converse Hall was, and is, a dormitory at the University of Vermont. The castle-like structure was built in 1895.