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Bookmarks - $1.25 each, 5 for $5.00

Posters - $19.00 each

Albert Bierstadt, Domes of the Yosemite, (18 x 11 in.)
Wm. Adolphe Bougereau, The Raspberry Girl, (12 x 20 in. )
George C. Lambdin, Girl Reading (12 x 26 in.)
J.G. Brown, Hiding in the Old Oak (14 x 18 in.)

Notecards with Envelopes - $ 2.50 each

Pierre Oliver Joseph Coomans, Girl and Doll
Wm. Adolphe Bouguereau, Going to the Bath
Wm. Mason Brown, Raspberries
Jean Baptiste Robie, Roses
George C. Lambdin, Girl Reading
Henry Lerolle, Peasant Scene
Sanford R. Gifford, The View from South Mountain, in the Catskills
St. Johnsbury Athenaeum Art Gallery
C.P. Ives, Pandora

Art Cards - $1.00 each

Albert Bierstadt, Domes of the Yosemite
Jasper F. Cropsey, Autumn Woods
Arthur F. Tait, Coming Home
Emilie Preyer, Fruit and Wine
Thomas Waterman Wood, On Guard
Mauritz Frederik Hendrick De Haas, Sunset off the Needles
J. McDougal Hart, Under the Elms
Seymour Joseph Guy, Red Riding Hood
Art Gallery CatalogJ.G. Brown, Hiding in the Old Oak
St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, National Historic Landmark
St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, Library Room


Handbook of the Art Collection, paperback - $19.95

Handbook of the Art Collection, bound and numbered - $50.00

Friends of the Athenaeum Pewter Keepsake Ornaments

The Friends keepsake ornaments capture the architectural flavor of St. Johnsbury’s Victorian Main Street. Friends of the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum started the fundraising promotion in 2002 by offering a pewter replica of the Athenaeum’s front façade to raise funds for library services. The size of each keepsake is approximately 1 ½ x 2 ½ inches. The ornaments are on sale at the Athenaeum for $10.00 each, 7 for $60.00.

To purchase the decorative keepsake, stop by the Athenaeum, call 802-748-8291, or download an order form. All proceeds will benefit the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, a free public library and art gallery. VISA/Master Card accepted, no tax, shipping & handling additional. Ornaments that are available are:

St. Johnsbury Railroad Station

Built by the Fairbanks family in 1883. In its heyday the station welcomed more than twenty passenger trains per day. The Railroad Station currently functions as St. Johnsbury's Welcome Center.

St. Johnsbury House

Originally a Main Street hostelry where many dignitaries have stayed. Currently serves as a center for seniors and a community gathering place.

North Congregational Church

Designed by architect Lambert Packard in Mediaeval Gothic style and built from Isle LaMotte limestone. The massive gray stone edifice features ornamental pillars of red granite and a dominate Norman tower.

Summer Street School

This historic brick schoolhouse with its distinctive bell tower served the community for more than 140 years.

Last update: 6/20/12

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