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  • Subject is exactly "Villages--Vermont--Marshfield"

Adams Store, 1905

The Adams Store pictured is smaller than the original building which was destroyed by fire. The third floor was a large function hall while the Adams live on the second floor. Note the Fairbanks Scale sign at the front corner of the store. A woman…

Marshfield Common, c. 1890

Marshfield Village Common, looking east up the Danville Road (note the covered bridge in the distance). The road is unpaved and the bandstand that was the focal point in later photos of the Common has not yet been built. The EW Gilman store, formerly…

Looking up Main Street

Main street, Marshfield, looking east. McCrillis store is visible at left and beyond the store are the barn and house of Homer Carpenter. The unpaved street is lined with electric poles.