Rouleau Mausoleum at Hope Cemetery

After I filmed, I conducted some research. I discovered there is a Rouleau Granite Company. Presuming the Rouleaus buried here are related, it makes sense they would have such an amazing mausoleum. You’ll discover some other wonderful mausoleums in this video. Plus, an interesting “resume” on the back of a crypt. Come with me toContinue reading “Rouleau Mausoleum at Hope Cemetery”

Houghton House: National Register of Historic Places!

“The Houghton House is a historic house at 86 South Main Street in the city of St. Albans, Vermont. Built about 1800, with an interior dating to 1829–30, it is a fine and little-altered local example of transitional Georgian-Federal styling, and is one of the city’s oldest surviving buildings. It was listed on the NationalContinue reading “Houghton House: National Register of Historic Places!”

Fairfield Street School: National Register of Historic Places!

“The Fairfield Street School is a historic school building at 78 Fairfield Street in the city of St. Albans, Vermont. Built in 1911, it served as a school until 1970, and is now converted into residential use. It is a prominent local example of Colonial Revival architecture, designed by Burlington architect Frank Lyman Austin. ItContinue reading “Fairfield Street School: National Register of Historic Places!”

Hathaway’s Tavern: National Register!

“Hathaway’s Tavern is a historic public accommodation at 255 North Main Street in the city of St. Albans, Vermont, United States. Built in 1793, it is the city’s oldest surviving building, and was briefly used as the seat of the Franklin County government. A private residence since 1805, it was listed on the National RegisterContinue reading “Hathaway’s Tavern: National Register!”

Old Stone Blacksmith Shop: National Register of Historic Places!

“The Old Stone Blacksmith Shop is a historic building on Vermont Route 30 in Cornwall, Vermont. Probably built in the late 18th century, it is a rare example in the state of a stone blacksmith shop, with a documented history of more than century’s use for the purpose. It was listed on the National RegisterContinue reading “Old Stone Blacksmith Shop: National Register of Historic Places!”

The Foote Mansion: State Register of Historic Places!

“…The Victorian farmhouse on Vermont Route 125 [is] about 3.5 miles west of Middlebury. This house had been in a derelict state for many years and was locally known as the Ghost House, but was recently restored. Built in 1890, the Foote mansion has been a popular photographic landmark along Route 125 between the LakeContinue reading “The Foote Mansion: State Register of Historic Places!”

The First Congregational Church of Cornwall Parsonage

Today’s video is about the First Congregational Church of Cornwall Parsonage. This building is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a private residence now and so beautifully kept! “The First Congregational Church of Cornwall Parsonage is a historic house at 18 Vermont Route 74 in the center of Cornwall, Vermont. Built inContinue reading “The First Congregational Church of Cornwall Parsonage”

Cornwall Town Hall

“The Cornwall Town Hall is located at 2629 Vermont Route 30 in Cornwall, Vermont. Built in 1880 and enlarged in 1905 to also house the local Grange chapter, it is one of the rural community’s few examples of Italianate architecture, and has served as a community meeting point since its construction. It was listed onContinue reading “Cornwall Town Hall”

Saint John’s Episcopal Church

Today’s video is on St. John’s Episcopal Church in Highgate Falls, Vermont. If you enjoyed yesterday’s video on the cemetery behind it, you may also enjoy seeing this lovely church, hearing its history and watching the walk-around. “St. John’s Episcopal Church is a historic Episcopal church located on the village green in the village ofContinue reading “Saint John’s Episcopal Church”

Sudbury Congregational Church

Today’s video is about the Sudbury Congregational Church located in Sudbury, Vermont. According to Google Maps, it’s “formerly” the Congregational Church and Town Hall. One thing I do know for sure is that this building is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is also stunning, even at dusk. What a treat to standContinue reading “Sudbury Congregational Church”

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