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High Bridge Across Winooski River

This photograph is taken from the level of the river, looking toward a man who is crossing the river on rocks and a covered bridge linking the high banks in the distance. This view was probably taken at the site of the present Lime Kiln Bridge in…

"No Watery Glades . . . Connecticut River Valley"

In this view the photographer looks southerly down the Connecticut River Valley from the base of Chesterfield Mountain (now called Mount Wantastiquet) in Hinsdale, N.H., toward the town of Vernon, Vermont. A tree frames the view on the right and the…

Brattleboro, Vt., from Chesterfield Mountain, N.H.

In this view the photographer looks westerly across the Connecticut River (hidden) from the base of Chesterfield Mountain (now called Mount Wantastiquet) in Hinsdale, N.H., toward the town of Brattleboro, Vermont. Many buildings, roofs, and steeples…

Barns and stone walls, Vermont.

Image shows two barns and a stone wall in the foreground. A split-rail fence is in the middle ground and mountains (perhaps Mount Mansfield) are in the distance. This is the only Easterly daguerreotype in this collection without identification…

Winooski River, Vt.

Photograph shows a wide point in the Winooski River. The silhouette of a man in a top hat is in the foreground and the city of Winooski is in the distance. The view is framed by a large tree.

University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont

Photograph show an arched gate at the entrance to the University of Vermont green. Beyond it is the university's original building, Old Mill

Asylum for the Insane at Brattleboro, Vt.

Photograph shows the main building at the Vermont Asylum for the Insane in Brattleboro, Vermont. In the foreground is a woman in a bonnet and several men in hats. A large lawn separates the people from the building. A gazebo can be seen on the lawn.…

Mt. Herrick from Clarendon Springs

Photograph shows Clarendon Springs House and surrounding buildings from a high vantage point. Mt. Herrick is in the distance. The hill behind the village is an open field. Plate is signed "T.M. Easterly Daguerrean."