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Then and Now, Septemeber 7, 2022
“Then & Now,” The Bridge, August 3, 2022). Dewey, the son of National Life founder Julius Dewey, had built his new home on the site of his family’s home in 1889 and moved the old house to 144 State Street, where it stood until it was demolished in 1969. The office building is decorated with the names of Vermont’s counties inscribed on the frieze between the fourth and fifth floors and with a bias relief of Ceres on the front doors, looking across the street at the statue of Ceres on top of the Statehouse.