Twas A Christmas In Rutland
Make some hot chocolate, cozy up to the fire place and make a wish full of nostalgic Rutland memories.
Relive Rutland at Christmas time and learn of the traditions like: The Winter Carnival, The arrival of Santa Clause, The Depot tree lighting and more. See the festive decorations of Christmas' past and hear some wonderful memories also.
It is a heartwarming experience your whole family will enjoy!
Pass the Santa cookies and join us for "Twas A Christmas In Rutland..."
Produced By: Raymond Mooney & B. Burdge on behalf of The Rutland Historical Society.
FIRE! The History of The Rutland Fire Department & The Chief Koltonski Era:
Follow the heroic history of our fire department & the life of its longest serving Chief. Narrated By Raymond Mooney. Produced By: Raymond Mooney & B.Burdge On behalf of The Rutland Historical Society & Dedicated to The City of Rutland Fire Department.
Black Sam’s Statue
This documentary short pieces together the most complete and accurate account of the life of Viro Small ever told. Nicknamed "Black Sam of Vermont" for his ties to the Green Mountain State, Small was a pro wrestling pioneer who reached the height of his notoriety in 1880's New York City. A Film By Elliott Marquis.
What Is It To Be Irish?
A piece of Rutland history! Rutland Mayor Dan Healey's annual Saint Patrick Day address first recorded in the 1950's, at former Radio Station WHWB and re-broadcast yearly through 1984, has been rediscovered. Digitally enhanced with music and pictures, this forgotten 60-year old audio file has been brought back to life. Produced by B. Burdge and Chris McCormack