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William Smith Bldg ca 1908 Burlington (reduced from 23mb) (1).tiff
William Smith Bldg ca 1908 Burlington (reduced from 23mb) (1).tiff
 
 
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William Smith Carriage Factory (Burlington, VT ca. 1900-1909)
William Smith Carriage Factory (Burlington, VT ca. 1900-1909)
In 1898, William Smith operated his factory at 154 St Paul St, in Burlington. In 1900, he moved that factory to 164-168 St Paul St.
Along the front of the building are several people, probably employees and/or their families (that's pure supposition on my part). There are two men standing in the doorway in suits, and wearing derby hats. I suspect that one of those is Mr Smith himself, and the other his partner.
to the viewer's right of that doorway, there are three windows between the door and the corner of the building. Standing immediately below the left corner of the middle window (the 2nd window to the viewer's right of the doorway) is a man wearing a black cap, and a black shirt -- it looks as if his sleeves are rolled up. He is also wearing an apron and he is standing behind the fourth carriage from the viewer's left, and between two men wearing white caps. That man is le père de mon petite grand-mère
canadienne française (the father of my little French Canadian grandmother -- "Mimi's" father) 
 

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