Historic newspaper content can be invaluable for local history research, particularly in regard to historic buildings in a community. Often newspapers would publish supplements about a town, its industries, or businesses. Articles would also be published on new construction, cornerstones being laid, dedication ceremonies, or other news about buildings in a community. We created an album showing just some of the different architecture found in Vermont’s historic newspapers on Chronicling America. Are these buildings still standing in your community? Enjoy!