More Photos from the 2010 Conference, Memory and Landscape on New England's Northern Frontier
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A metal sculpture and the old marble quarry lift at the Vermont Carving Studio and Sculpture Center, West Rutland, VT.
A Castleton Historical Society guide speaks to PAS: APAL members at the Old Cobbler Shop and Tannery (built 1780s) in Castleton, VT. It is thought to be one of the oldest, if not the oldest brick building in Vermont.
A friendly local, Plymouth Notch, VT.
Hose House No. 2, Marble Street, West Rutland, VT.
Transverse crib barn circa the 1850s with several recent additions, including a milking room and a 1923 wooden silo, Mount Holly, VT.
The interior (circa 1940s) of the Birdseye Diner, Castleton, VT.
The Florence Cilly General Store was built in the 1850s in Plymouth Notch, VT. The vaulted room above the store was used by the Grange and served as President Calvin Coolidge's summer White House office in 1924.
English barn circa 1795 with attached horse barn, Mount Holly, VT.
Otter Creek, Proctor, VT.
The family plot of President Calvin Coolidge, Plymouth Notch Cemetery, Plymouth Notch, VT.
The Egyptian-influenced Bowman Mausoleum in Laurel Glen Cemetery, Cuttingsville, VT, sits across the highway from the John P. Bowman House. It was designed by G.B. Croff of New York and was constructed in 1880 of granite and marble with a life-sized sculpture of a grieving John Bowman at the door. Bowman, his wife, and two daughters are interred there.
The boyhood home of President Calvin Coolidge (1872), Plymouth Notch, VT.
The Fletcher D. Proctor Memorial Bridge (concrete and marble), which spans Otter Creek in Proctor, VT, was designed by Henry Leslie Walker in 1915.
Brass stencils used by the Plymouth Cheese Corp. in Plymouth Notch, VT, during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The West Rutland marble high school building, West Rutland, VT.
PAS: APAL members tour the Vermont Carving Studio and Sculpture Center, West Rutland, VT.