Remembering Lyndon: A Glance Back in Time

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In Remembering Lyndon, local journalist and fourth generation Lyndonite Harriet Fletcher Fisher has compiled her favorite columns about Lyndon Center, Lyndon Corner, and Lyndonville, which have been appearing in the Caledonian-Record, the Lyndon Independent, and other local papers since 1961. Her articles take readers back to the first time electricity turned "the night to day" during Fourth of July celebrations in 1883, the afternoon in 1912 when Theodore Roosevelt came rumbling through town, and the countless evenings spent at the Sunset Ballroom dancing to H. Guy Dunbar and his band. Relive memories of Snowflake Festivals of years past, Saturdays at the Gem Theater, watching double features, and trips to the Ye Olde Bricke Tea Shoppe for a maple candy ice cream treat.
ISBN: 9781596295124
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Vermont
Series: American Chronicles
Images: 62
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Harriet Fletcher Fisher is a member and past officer of The Lyndon Historical Society and a current member of The Vermont Historical Society, The Lyndon Area Chamber of Commerce, and The League of Vermont Writers. She has been a stringer and features writer for the Caledonian Record and several other local papers since 1961 . In addition to The Darlings of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom (The History Press, 2008), she is the author of Willoughby Lake Legends and Legacies (1988); Lyndon Institute, Images of America (2000), and Lyndon, Images of America (1998).
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