> IN REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST
> Addison, Vt.-Thirty years ago the Chimney Point Tavern in Addison became
> the first property in Vermont to be listed in the National Register of
> Historic Places. To celebrate this anniversary, architectural historian
> Elsa Gilbertson will give a slide talk on Thursday, June 28, at 7:30 p.m.
> at the Chimney Point State Historic Site. The talk will discuss Vermont's
> National Register properties and what they tell us about our past.
> The National Register of Historic Places is America's list of cultural
> resources considered worthy of preservation. The program in Vermont is
> administered jointly by the Division for Historic Preservation and the
> National Park Service. About 10,000 historic properties in Vermont are
> listed in the National Register. Most are in historic districts.
> The talk is free and open to the public. Chimney Point State Historic
> Site is located in Addison at the intersection of Vermont Routes 125 and
> 17, at the foot of the Champlain Bridge.
> For further information about Chimney Point, call (802) 759-2412 or visit
> the Vermont state-owned historic sites web site: www.HistoricVermont.org.
> For more information about all the state-owned sites contact John Dumville
> at (802) 828-3051 or [log in to unmask]
> Elsa Gilbertson
> Regional Historic Site Administrator
> Chimney Point State Historic Site
> 7305 VT Route 125
> Addison, VT 05491
> Phone: (802) 759-2412 Fax: (802) 759-2547
> E-mail: [log in to unmask]
> Visit our web site at: www.HistoricVermont.org