Had Brattleboro', with its other natural marvels, furnished also a genius?
I feel inclined to spend a day or two with you and on your hills at this season, returning, perhaps, by way of Brattleboro.
While in Brattleboro I obtained permission to write in the quiet empty school-house, during the summer vacation.
The town of Brattleboro', wrapped in its mantle of snow, looked very lovely one crisp, cold winter night.
I wish you could be with me in Brattleboro' and coast down hill on a sled, go sliding and snowballing by moonlight!
The stars gradually fade out, and Brattleboro' begins to be astir.
In 1912 a school for the deaf and blind was established at Brattleboro, known as the Austine Institute.
This morning passed by,—the time of our stay in Brattleboro, and we neither saw nor heard anything of our Governor.
Kipling married an American woman and lived for a time at Brattleboro, Vt.
He married the daughter of a prominent Brattleboro farmer, but was too stern and reserved to prove a good American husband.