Hundreds of century-old photographs give remarkable insight into the life and times of Londonderry and South Londonderry through the eyes of those who once lived there. This collection covers the time period from 1890 to 1920 in this small, rural Vermont community through pictures of daily life and special events. Businesses, stores, churches, schools, inns, and early homesteads are all featured, as well as baptisms, horse drawn sleighs, families in their Sunday best, and its once booming rail centre. Descriptive text accompanies each photograph to bring the still frames to life and provide its historical context. The book is dedicated to L T Landman, owner of "Store of Stores", who issued and sold many of the postcards seen in the book.