Worcester Village School: National Register of Historic Places!

I absolutely love the fact that the Worcester Historical Society occupies the building! From the Worcester Historical Society’s website: “The purpose of the Worcester, Vermont Historical Society is to conserve the unique story of Worcester’s past through education, preservation, restoration, and interpretation for the benefit of our posterity. The Society’s resources, collections, and archives willContinue reading “Worcester Village School: National Register of Historic Places!”

Worcester Town Hall: National Register of Historic Places!

“Worcester Town Hall is the historic center of civic activity in Worcester, Vermont. Built in 1912 at the center of the rural community’s main village, it has served since then as home to the community’s town meetings, and for social gatherings and events. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.[1]Continue reading “Worcester Town Hall: National Register of Historic Places!”

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”

Richmond Congregational Church in Richmond, Vermont

Today’s video is both a history of this place on the National Register of Historic Places and a partial walk-around. The Richmond Congregational Church is a historic church at 20 Church Street in Richmond, Vermont, United States. Built in 1903-04, it is a significant local example of Colonial Revival architecture, designed by prominent Vermont architect Walter R. B. Willcox.Continue reading “Richmond Congregational Church in Richmond, Vermont”

Cicero Goddard Peck House in Hinesburg, Vermont

In today’s video, I share with you the Cicero Goddard Peck House located in Hinesburg, Vermont. It is a splendid example of the Queen Anne Architectural Style. “The Cicero Goddard Peck House is a historic house at 18 Mechanicsville Road in Hinesburg, Vermont. Built in 1896 by a prominent town benefactor, it is a well-preserved example of QueenContinue reading “Cicero Goddard Peck House in Hinesburg, Vermont”

Union Church of New Haven Mills, Vermont

I was in New Haven, Vermont recently and filmed this beautiful and seasonally-used church, https://youtu.be/6Hu4Z8WcW_Q.   The pews are original. True story: I drove 45 minutes to arrive at that destination and realized I did NOT have my information sheets on both the Union Church and the building seen through the windows! I was ableContinue reading “Union Church of New Haven Mills, Vermont”

Historic Adams Street Walking Tour

Today’s video, https://youtu.be/JunRgnWkdmo, is a walking tour of Adams Street in Burlington, VT.  No worries!  You’ll not actually see the walking portion and have to endure the huffing, the puffing or my seeming desire to blow the house down!  What you WILL see and hear are the brief descriptions of each house and who livedContinue reading “Historic Adams Street Walking Tour”