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George Edmund Milne Photographs, 1930-1950.
Milne, George Edmund, 1900-1985.
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Vermont Historical Society Library  FB-74  Manuscript  Vault-Manuscript 


Personal Author : Milne, George Edmund, 1900-1985.
Title : George Edmund Milne Photographs, 1930-1950.
Physical Description : 1.5 linear ft. (3 boxes).
Summary :

The subjects of Mr. Milne's photographs include animals, rural scenes, snow, and friends. His portraiture is a strength of the collection, showing his subjects in strong black and white tones, usually in a personal setting. The collection also includes over fifty photographs of a trip or trips that Mr. Milne took to the southern United States and/or the Bahamas. Mr. Milne's documentation of Vermont life is very generalized. The collection includes photographs of Vermont farmsteads, ponds and mountains; men fishing and hunting; and people playing golf, riding horses, and snow shoeing. All of the photographs in the collection are black and white; most of the photographs in the collection are in a large format: 11 x 14 or 8 x 10.

Biographical or historical data :

George E. Milne was born on October 15, 1900, the son of George B. and Caroline (Jones) Milne. His father was a founder of Boutwell, Milne and Varnum Quarry Company, now Rock of Ages, in Barre, Vermont. He graduated from Goddard Seminary in 1919 and from Yale University in 1924, with a BA in anthropology. In 1927 he received a MBA degree from Harvard Business School. He joined the board of directors of the Granite Savings Bank and Trust Company in 1927, and became its president in January 1956. He was appointed chairman of the board in 1973, a position he held until the time of his death on July 25, 1985.

Mr. Milne married Rachel Hollister on June 18, 1924. They had three children: Margaret E., John H., and George D. Milne. Mr. Milne was involved in many civic organizations in Barre and was remembered at the time of his death as a "civic-minded member of the community who never sought recognition for his many contributions to the city." In addition to his interest in photography, Mr. Milne also raised and bred champion beagles.

Conference Subject : New York World's Fair 1939-1940 Photographs.
Subject Term : Photography, Artistic.
Portrait photography.
Landscape photography.
Winter Vermont Photographs.
Winter sports Photographs.
Snow Photographs.
Geographic Term : Barre (Vt.) Photographs.
Bahamas Photographs.
Genre/Form : Photographs.
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