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BENNINGTON | Downtown Bennington is shown in this University of Vermont photograph. more

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Photo courtesy Ben & Jerry’s

BURLINGTON | From this renovated gas station in 1980s downtown Burlington, to far-off places... more

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Photo courtesy of Henry Sheldon Museum

MIDDLEBURY - A portrait of young Middlebury residents Austin, Ruth, and Katherine Ross during World War I. more

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SALISBURY - An undated, possibly early 1900s side-view photograph of Shard Villa in Salisbury. more

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MIDDLEBURY - Members of this early 1900s Addison County hunting party display their game at the Pierce House in Middlebury. more

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BRISTOL | A view of downtown Bristol during the 1870s when horses, hitching posts, and water troughs dominated the local storefronts. more

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Photo courtesy of the Forbes Library

A Republican lawyer from Vermont, President Calvin Coolidge worked his way up the ladder of Massachusetts state politics, eventually becoming governor. more

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Hollister Jackson (Dec. 7, 1875–Nov. 2, 1927) was the 55th Lieutenant Governor of Vermont. more

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Photo courtesy Town of Brandon

BRANDON | An 1870s view of downtown Brandon, Vt., with the classical Grecian-inspired town hall and the stone bridge over the Neshobe River. more

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Chester Alan Arthur was a Fairfield, Vt., attorney and politician who served as the 21st President of the U.S. from 1881 to 1885. more

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BARNARD | On Thanksgiving Day 1881, James Cadwell was hunting in Barnard, Vt. more

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Middlebury resident Jacob J. Ross, M.D., served as a flight surgeon in France during World War 1. more

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File photo

MIDDLEBURY | The Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival will screen two major documentary films about the Vietnam War at this year’s festival in August. more

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Orwell Historical Society photo

ORWELL | In 1923, John Beeman opened an automobile service station at the junction of Routes 22A and 73 in Orwell. more

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RUTLAND | A busy Rutland street scene from 1908. more

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Middlebury College photo

MIDDLEBURY | Middlebury College students protested a tuition hike back in May 1989. more

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MONTPELIER | A view of Main Street in Montpelier, Vermont’s capital, during the 1870s. more

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Photo courtesy of UVM Historic Burlington Project

BURLINGTON | The city of Burlington as it looked on April 23, 1934. more

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Photo by Lohr McKinstry

MORIAH | No date has yet been set for opening the time capsule recovered from the former Moriah Episcopal Church on Henry Street. more

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Photo courtesy Ben & Jerry’s

BURLINGTON | From this renovated gas station in downtown Burlington (pictured during the early 1980s), to far-off places with names we sometimes mispronounce, the journey that began in 1978 with Ben and Jerry... more

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Photo courtesy of H. Brooke Paige

This 1967 promotional Vermont television news image appeared in the local newspaper TV listings to promote a new fall season of national and local broadcast programs. more

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