Published Materials: St. Paul's Church, Burlington, Vt.

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Identifier: 2010.1.194
Collection: Llewellyn Collection of Vermont History
Date: 1905 Type: Circa Date
Object Type: Postcards
Description: Postcard containing black and white photograph of neo-Gothic stone church with front belfry tower and attached stone chapel building, as seen from across the street. Two horses and carriages on street in front of church. Captioned "St. Paul's Church, Burlington, Vt." below image. Labeled "No. 7 Published by Walter Wirths, N.Y. Germany" on lower left of front. 
Dimensions: Width: 13.8 cm Height: 8.8 cm Depth:
Material: Paper
Entities: Llewellyn, Lance A. (is donor of)
Wirths, Walter (is publisher of)
List item names (from related list items): St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Burlington, Vt.) St. Paul Street (Burlington, Vt.) Bank Street (Burlington, Vt.)
Georeference: Bank Street, Burlington, VT 05401, USA [44.478167,-73.2134245]
Notes: This church, located on Bank Street between St. Paul and Pine Streets, was destroyed by fire in 1971; the existing St. Paul's Cathedral was built on a new site on Cherry Street. This fire is discussed in Liisa Reimann, Burlington Firefighting (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2006).

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