Panoramic view of Lyndonville, VT, Caledonia County, drawn by A. F. Poole and published by Geo. E. Norris in 1884.
Today recognized as the "Covered Bridge Capital of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom", the town of Lyndon was founded in 1780. The village of Lyndonville is located within the town. The community is near the Burke Mountain Ski Area, a popular destination for skiers.
Features numbered & lettered references to the following locations:
Catholic Church & School.
Post Office & Fletcher's Block.
General Offices & Depot, Passumpsic Rail Road.
Nichol's Block & Hall.
Lyndonville National Bank.
Lyndonville Camp Ground.
Passumnsic Railroad Shops.
International Lumber Co., Boxes & Dressed Lumber.
Machine Shop, Chas. H. Hopkins.
H. H. Miller & Co., Butter Tub Manufactory.
H. L. Parker, Groceries.
T. E. Parker, Jeweler.
Cahoon & Hoffman, Insurance & Lawyers.
Randall Bros., Drugs & Fancy Goods.
W. H. Kenyon, Merchant Tailor.
W. S. Masten, Jeweler & Druggist.
F. H. Smith, Clothing & Gents' Furnishing Goods.
C. W. Weeks, Clothing Store.
A. Twombly, Dry Goods & Clothing.
Webster & Corliss, Grocers.
Geo. H. Weeks, General Merchandise.
Ira Cunningham, Grain & Flour.
O. W. Newell & Co., Hardware & Tinware.
Wm. Young, Dry & Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots & Shoes.
G. E. Dodge, Furniture & Undertaking.
E. H. Dunton, Photographer.
P. M. Richardson, Hardware, Stores.
R. W. Weatherbee, Dry Goods & Boots, Shoes.