This book was accomplished after 40 years or more of research. The book is 8 1/2 by 11 and is 294 pages. Many photos & illustrations. It is limited to 100 copies. Allan's interest in Lambert Packard started with his discussions at Lyndon State College in 1972 with Professor Dr. Norman Roundy Atwood, 1918 - 1991. He also thanks LSC Professor Graham Stiles Newell, 1915 -2008. Lyndonville Historian, Dr. Venila Lovina Shores, 1893-1980 and LSC Alum Peggy Pearl, who is now Director of the St. Johnsbury History & Heritage Center and a few other individuals including Peggy's dad William Pearl & George Crosby. Lambert Packard, 1832- 1906 was the Architect of so many of the buildings in the St. Johnsbury & Lyndonville area and beyond.
Allen D. Hodgdon is a resident of Guildhall Vermont.