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In And Around Montpelier
January 2003

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1927 Flood: Main Street. City Hall on the left.
1927 Flood: East State Street on November 4th.

The original Montpelier Post Office circa 1904.

The Post Office and Washington County Courthouse.

The Vermont Supreme Court. The State House in on the left and the Pavillion on the right.

The Pavillion Hotel c. 1880, before the Supreme Court building and the Pavillion Annex were added.

Montpelier is days gone by: the street on the left is Court, the one on the right is State. Main connects them. Going up the hill is East State St. The clock tower is the Washington County Courthouse.

A closeup of the area around the Washington County Courthouse. The houses along State St. are long gone. Today, this area contains parking lots, the Post Office, a block of storefronts and the Thursh Tavern.

Montpelier City Hall, pre-1915.

Main Street Montpelier 1950: City Hall is on the right.

The Kellogg-Hubbard Library in 1904. The Children's Library was later added to the back of the building.

Lower State Street looking toward the State House in 1904. The state house dome is peeking over the trees.

The Vermont State House
The First State House in 1803.
The Second State House in 1838.
The Third State House in 1857.

The Third State House in 1908.
The Third State House: in 1940.

The Third State House: in 2002.

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