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eBook Rutland in retrospect download ISBN: 0914960113
Publisher: Rutland Historical Society; 1st edition (1978)
Language: English
Pages: 176
ePub: 1311 kb
Fb2: 1205 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: History
Subcategory: Americas

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The first book of the Rutland Historical Society. Out of print and rare.

Hard cover in dust jacket. Published Rutland, VT: Rutland Historical Society, 1978. Oblong 4t. 9 1/4" x 1. 177 pages. Gilt lettered dark green cloth, pictorial end papers. Profusely illustrated with black and white photos, plates, some color. Very good in a dj with a 1/2" chip at the crown, a small chip at heel, and fraying/minor chipping along the edges. Pages clean, binding tight. The first book of the Rutland Historical Society.

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Comments: (2)
Zadora
The Rutland (VT) Historical Society's 1978 publication, "Rutland in Retrospect," is an excellent compilation of images, engravings, maps and other ephemera on this important city that served as a hub for the Rutland Railroad. Grouped chronologically and by town section, this book has it all from very early glass plates to stereoviews to the pre-1925 postcard era to photographs. You'll take a tour of Rutland's homes, industries, businesses, central business district, churches, parks, topography and so forth. Local photographers of every era generously captured Vermonters at work and play. The city was often the location for numerous conventions, parades, and fairs which are lavishly covered in this book. A slightly oversized oblong format allows images to be portrayed to their maximum benefit. While this book has been out of print, it is not scarce. However, finding a copy in very good condition may be problematic as the photos and text are so well portrayed that anyone who has a copy has probably "thumbed" it so expect wear on whatever you can find. An excellent resource on Rutland.
Whilingudw
I have perused a copy of this and is is a wonderful compendium of photos of Rutland, VT over the early years. The Rutland Historical Society says on their site that a CD-ROM version of this book is coming soon. Maybe a few thousand phone calls and emails would encourage them.
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