Framed 13" x 21", Unframed 7" x 15"
In Tunbridge, one can easily observe the Vermont tradition of open space surrounding town centers. This small village, home of the Tunbridge World’s Fair, is surrounded by hills and set on a rise overlooking the fairgrounds and hay fields.
It includes the very first school in town, the 1810 brick building on the left. On a green and golden day one September, Euclid “Mr. Tunbridge” Farnham and farmer Wendy Palthey helped me make my selection from among the many old one-room school houses still standing. Walk into the scene and you are moving from past to present.