Thanks! We have much more to do with the site and loads more
information and photos which we will post in the next few weeks..so
please check back!
The photos we have were scanned from those in the UVM Map Room
(Bailey-Howe Library). They are open to the public and have a scanner
you could use. Ask for Bill!
The '37 came from Waterbury...tax folks I believe.
On Thursday, August 14, 2003, at 09:50 AM, Five Sisters Neighborhood
E-Mail Forum wrote:
> Professor Bierman,
> I had a great time looking through the entire website about Oakledge
> Park... great fun and fascinating. Thanks to you and your students
> and colleagues for this public service. I regret that I was unable to
> attend the event last Sunday.
> I live in the "Five Sisters" neighborhood in the south end of
> Burlington (between South Park and Howard St. and St. Paul and Pine
> Streets) and run a free e-mail forum for the residents. About half of
> the 300 households subscribe.
> Awhile ago I got an e-copy of the aerial photo of our neighborhood
> from the 1999 ortho-data and posted it on the neighborhood forum's
> website (http://home.mindspring.com/~fivesisters). I am very
> interested in getting similar photos of our neighborhood from other
> years to share with my neighbors. I noted that your Oakledge site has
> several (1937, 1962, 1974, 1988, 1999). Can you give me any
> information on how I can get such photos, or even supply the actual
> electronic versions?
> Thank you!
> Michael Wood-Lewis
> 66 Caroline Street
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> P.S. I just posted a note to my neighbors encouraging them to peruse
> the Oakledge site.