RARE - 2 Large Albumen Photos - Readsboro VT Street Fair - Vermont ca 1870s-1880 For Sale
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RARE - 2 Large Albumen Photos - Readsboro VT Street Fair - Vermont ca 1870s-1880:
RARE Photograph LOT
Two Large Albumen Photoson Heavy Stock
Readsboro, Vermontca. 1870s - 1880s
For offer, a nice old photograph lot! Fresh from a prominent estate in Upstate NY.Vintage, Old, Original, Antique, NOTa Reproduction - Guaranteed !!
Lots of people on street, parade, military / firemen, gazebo, advertising signs - ice cream / milkshake vendor, flag, etc. Each photo measures 8 x 10 inches. On heavy backing - like a large cabinet card. Identified on back in manuscript writing. In good to very good condition. Wear to edges. Please seephoto for details. If you collect19thcentury Americana history, Victorian era American photography, advertisement ad, etc.this is a treasureyou will not see again!Add this to your image orpaper/ ephemera collection. Combine shipping on multiple offer wins! 516
is a town in Bennington County, Vermont, United States. The town was named for John Reade, a landholder. The population was 763 at the 2010 census, a decrease of 46 from the previous census. It was 857 as of 1859. The hamlet of Heartwellville is in the northern part of Readsboro about 5 miles (8 km) up Route 100 from the hamlet of Readsboro.The Readsboro census-designated place consists of the town center and had a population of 321 at the 2010 is in the southeast corner of Bennington County, bordered by the town of Monroe in Franklin County, Massachusetts, to the south, and by the towns of Whitingham and Wilmington in Windham County, Vermont, to the east. The Bennington County towns of Searsburg (north), Woodford (northwest), and Stamford (west) also border Readsboro. The main settlement in town, also named Readsboro, is located in the southeast part of the town, along the Deerfield River, a tributary of the Connecticut River.Vermont Route 100 passes through Readsboro, including the town center, and leads east to Jacksonville. Vermont Route 8 intersects VT 100 in Heartwellville in the northwestern part of the town and leads north to Vermont Route 9 in Searsburg. VT 8 and VT 100 together lead southwest through Stamford to the Massachusetts state line near North Adams.According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 36.5 square miles (94.5 km2), of which 36.3 square miles (94.1 km2) is land and 0.15 square miles (0.4 km2), or 0.41%, is water.
Nearby Towns Arlington
Bennington (shire town)
are census divisions, but have no separate corporate existence from the towns they are in. Bondville
Old BenningtonCensus-designated places Arlington