Historic Map - Rutland, Vermont - 1885

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Panoramic map of Rutland, Rutland County, VT drawn and published by L. R. Burleigh in 1885.

Today the downtown area of Rutland is listed as an historic district on the National Register of Historic Places.  This panoramic view captures Rutland as it appeared one year before the center of town was incorporated as a village.  The name Rutland was given to the town in 1761 by Governor Benning Wentworth who chose to name the small hamlet called Mill Village on Otter Creek after the 3rd Duke of Rutland, John Manners.

Features numbered & lettered references to the following locations:

Advent Church.
Baptist Church.
Congregational Church.
Episcopal Church.
Methodist Church.
St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church.
French Roman Catholic Church.
Mount St. Joseph Convent.
St. Peter's Parochial School.
Y.M.C.A. Reading & Social Rooms.
Public Schools.
"Rutland Herald" Office.
"Evening Review" Office.
"Rutland Standard" Office.
Rutland Opera House.
U.S. Court House and Post Office.
Rutland County Court House.
Old Court House, erected 1784.
Memorial Hall.
Town Hall.
House of Correction, G. N. Eayres, Supt..
Union Passenger Station.
Baxter National Bank.
Clement National Bank and State Trust Company.
New England Fire Insurance Company.
Rutland County National Bank and Marble Savings Bank.
Killington National Bank and Rutland Trust Company.
Rutland Savings Bank.
Merchants' National Bank, in Bates House Block.
National Bank of Rutland Building.
Bates House, Morse & Quinn, Proprietors.
Bardwell House, Cramton & Carpenter, Proprietors.
Berwick House, Richardson & Haynes, Proprietors.
Brock House, S. A. Brock, Proprietor.
Central House, J. M. Ballou, Proprietor.
Howe Scale Company, Manufacturers of Howe's Standard Scales.
Columbian Marble Company's Mills, Quarries on Ct. Vt. R. R., 1
½ miles south of Proctor.
Rutland Marble Works, Everson & Co., Proprietors.
Lincoln Iron Works, Foundry and Machine Shop.
Manufactory of "Crescent" Coffee Mills.
Steam Stone Cutter Company.
Mansfield & Stimson, Foundry & Machine Works.
Chas. P. Harris Manufacturing Company, and Rutland Foundry and Machine Shop Co..
David Shortsleeve & Co., Machine Shop and Foundry.
Rutland Boiler Works, J. H. Holmes & Co..
Gay, Kimball & Gay, Rutland Shirt Co. and White River Button Co..
Sash & Blind Manufactory, M. C. Perkins, Proprietor.
Carriage Manufactory, Levi Premo, Proprietor.
Carriage Repository, C. L. Long, Proprietor.
Rutland Cracker Company.
Lyon's Steam Bakery.
People's Gas Light Company.
Ice House, B. F. Dunklee, Proprietor.
Rutland Water Works.


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