Pavilion Building, 1971 - present
In 1971, the Vermont Historical Society moved into its seventh location, the newly reconstructed Pavilion Building. The Society's library and museum would occupy the first floor of building that would also house the governor, attorney general, and other state offices. This was the first space that the Society occupied that was designed specifically to meet its needs. The space was reconfigured in 1990 when asbestos was removed from the building and the Society took the opportunity to move its library to the west side of the building, away from the direct sunlight that had plagued it on the other side of the building. The Society's library and offices vacated the space in 2002 and the space was reconfigured again, this time to fill the entire first floor with exhibit space and a few offices.
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