When I think of the holiday season in Vermont, I think of snow, skiing, and spreading some holiday cheer. While I can’t see much (any!) snow outside my window right now, I can definitely find some in the archive. Here are just a few holiday photos that we have in our collection. Enjoy!
Where do all those gorgeous Christmas trees come from? From tree farms across Vermont! These trees are being harvested from a tree farm in Morristown, VT.
Here’s a great photo from the Vermont State Archives of the State Building at Christmas. Look at that beautiful tree!
Speaking of trees, here’s a family with two young children picking out a Christmas tree.
Have a wonderful holiday!
This website is designed to share through photography and stories how Vermont has changed since the interstate was constructed. Here we’ll be updating our progress rephotographing 12 Vermont towns.
If you or someone you know has stories to share about the interstate or interstate related change please contact Ana Vang at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to share your feelings but don’t want to be interviewed, please fill out our short online survey which can be found near the top of the page.
Be sure to check out the Landscape Change Program website, where you can find more photos of the interstate, landscapes, historic buildings, and more.
Horses Rolling Snow in Northeast Vermont – 1941. Click the image for more details.