OLA

“Ola — stubborn, rugged, self-sufficient, independent, isolated; frugal, generous; suspicious, honest; toiling, able, wise; whole-soled and high-spirited septuagenarian — Ola is Vermont.”  Written by R. W. Gerard (Ralph Waldo Gerard, 1900-1974), father of James “Jim” W. Gerard (1935-2013).  A poignant historical narrative of Ola Dwinell, Brookfield, and Vermont.

Read a PDF version of OLA online

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