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On the way out: Film chronicles our disappearing barns

JIM WESTPHALEN'S ONGOING effort to chronicle the nation’s aging rural structures — such as the one depicted behind him in this photo — take centerstage in a new film called “Vanish” that will premiere at Middlebury’s Town Hall Theater this Saturday, April 8. Photo courtesy Jim Westphalen

Photographer Jim Westphalen has spent more than two decades driving backcountry roads capturing rural structures of a bygone era.

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