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Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Negatives



The Rutland State Fair in Rutland, Vermont, renamed the Vermont State Fair in 1972, is one of the oldest state fairs started in 1846. In 1941, Farm Security Administration photographer Jack Delano documented the festivities at the fair in Rutland with some photographs few rolls in color.





Delano, Jack, photographer


Rutland (Vt.)43.61056, -72.97250
Google Map of 43.61055555555556, -72.9725


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