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  • Subject is exactly "Architecture, Domestic--Vermont--Grand Isle--Photographs"

Gordon - Center House

Two photos of a stone house taken in winter and in autumn.

Vantine Rooming-Boarding House

H. Seward Vantine's boarding house in Grand Isle, Vt.

Gordon House

House owned by Ira Gordon. Upon his death, ownership was transferred to his son, Solon.

Captain Daniel Wilcox Tavern - Home

Home of Captain Daniel Wilcox, an early Grand Isle settler who was an experienced boat-builder. He operated a tavern that provided lodging for travelers using the ferries on Lake Champlain.

Lyon-Hatch House

Five photos of the Lyon-Hatch house from every side, with one closer shot of the side deck.

James Griswold House

This house was built by farmer James Griswold, who moved to Grand Isle in 1801. After his death in 1857, ownership of the house passed to his son, Fitch Reed Griswold. As of 1967, the house is owned by Willis P. Gordon, and the farm is operated by…

Alexander S. Pearl House

This house was owned by Phineas S. Mitchell in 1857, but Stratton's research indicates that the house is older than that. Sometime before 1871, Alexander S. Pearl purchased the house, which was then owned by his son Warren S. Pearl and then Warren's…

Dr. Simeon Clark House

The left half of this house was what was originally built by Dr. Simeon Clark around 1800. The rest was built by its current owner (as of 1981), Kirk S. Wilcox.

Seth Gordon House

The home of Seth Gordon, a Grand Isle, Vt. Resident. The house was torn down by the state of Vermont in 1972.

Adams House at Adams Landing

Two photos of the south and north sides of the Adams House.

Edward J. Parker's house

This house and farm were previously owned by Nathan Adams and was passed to Edward J. Parker upon his marriage to Adams' daughter, Julia. It is located some distance to the north of the present Faywood Road, on the east shore.

Samuel Adams House

The home of the Honorable Samuel Adams, an assistant judge in Grand Isle, Vt.