Robarge-Desautels Apartment House

Today’s video is on the Robarge-Desautels Apartment House on North Champlain Street in Burlington, Vermont. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. (On a side note, I was very pleased by its appearance. It looked well cared for.) “The Robarge-Desautels Apartment House is a historic multi-unit residence at 54 North Champlain Street inContinue reading “Robarge-Desautels Apartment House”

Saltus Grocery Store in Burlington, Vermont

“The Saltus Grocery Store is a historic mixed-use commercial and residential building at 299-301 North Winooski Street in Burlington, Vermont. Built in 1897, it is a well-preserved example of a neighborhood store of the period. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.[1] The Saltus Grocery Store is located in Burlington’sContinue reading “Saltus Grocery Store in Burlington, Vermont”

King Street Tenement Houses

Greetings All!  This is Patricia and I am Traveling for History!! Today’s video,, is on the King Street Tenement Houses.  All are located in the top block adjacent to South Winooski Avenue in Burlington, VT.  In this video, I share who built each building, why who the first tenants were and what they didContinue reading “King Street Tenement Houses”

The Winooski Block

Today’s video is all about The Winooski Block in Winooski, VT.  Link here: “The Winooski Block is a historic commercial building at 1 through 17 East Allen Street (corner of Main Street) in downtown Winooski, Vermont. Built in 1867, it is the only major building to survive the city’s urban renewal activities of the 1970s, and is a fineContinue reading “The Winooski Block”