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Verandas of Vermont: 1904

Verandas of Vermont: 1904

        Principal workplace of the Governor of Vermont since 1971, the Second Empire style Pavilion is located at 109 State Street.

Montpelier, Vermont, circa 1904. "Pavilion Hotel." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Photographic Company. View full size.

 

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Can you imagine if everybody used horses today?

The only hotel still standing

East of the Mississippi that has not burned to the ground at least twice. Vermont cannot afford a Capital office building for the gov?

The Current Is A Rebuild -- Not A Renovation

The story of the Pavilion's current incarnation is here:

https://www.nytimes.com/1971/12/13/archives/new-montpelier-pavilion-is-r...

It's nice, at least, that no fires were involved.

Nothing to see here

No matter how I look at it, the lady descending the steps of the Pavilion appears to have no face. I think that's why the two gentlemen are staring ... and one looks like he's stopped dead in his tracks.

Ambulatin Gawkers

I love the two guys checking out the hottie descending the hotel stairs.

The Carriage Trade

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Small is not necessarily bad

Montpelier is the smallest state capital in the U.S. by population.

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