Saturday, October 3, 2015

Cool Free Photo Editor images

A few nice free photo editor images I found:


Talmud Torah Building (1911) – entry
free photo editor
Image by origamidon
264 North Winooski Avenue, Burlington, Vermont USA • This brick four-square was commissioned in 1909 by the broad Jewish community of Burlington as the Hebrew Free School, to assure all children of Jewish faith a religious education, even if unable to pay. Frank Lyman Austin was selected as the architect.

When the "new" synagogue was built on North Prospect Street in the 1950s, the school was moved there. In 1952, the title was transferred to the Burlington Lodge of the Order of the Moose. They occupied it until 1993 when it was sold to the Vermont Legal Aid who remodeled the entrance somewhat.

Vermont Legal Aid provides free civil legal services to people throughout Vermont who are poor, elderly, or have disabilities and who would otherwise be denied justice or the necessities of life.

☞ For some dates & historical details, I am indebted to the Chittenden County Historical Society, and their fine, three volume set: Historic Guide to Burlington Neighborhoods: Vol. I, 1991; Vol. II, 1997; Vol. III, 2003. David J. Blow, author; Lillian Baker Carlisle, Editor; Sarah L. Dopp, photographs.


Talmud Torah Building (1911)
free photo editor
Image by origamidon
264 North Winooski Avenue, Burlington, Vermont USA • This brick four-square was commissioned in 1909 by the broad Jewish community of Burlington as the Hebrew Free School, to assure all children of Jewish faith a religious education, even if unable to pay. Frank Lyman Austin was selected as the architect.

When the "new" synagogue was built on North Prospect Street in the 1950s, the school was moved there. In 1952, the title was transferred to the Burlington Lodge of the Order of the Moose. They occupied it until 1993 when it was sold to the Vermont Legal Aid who remodeled the entrance somewhat.

Vermont Legal Aid provides free civil legal services to people throughout Vermont who are poor, elderly, or have disabilities and who would otherwise be denied justice or the necessities of life.

☞ For some dates & historical details, I am indebted to the Chittenden County Historical Society, and their fine, three volume set: Historic Guide to Burlington Neighborhoods: Vol. I, 1991; Vol. II, 1997; Vol. III, 2003. David J. Blow, author; Lillian Baker Carlisle, Editor; Sarah L. Dopp, photographs.