Monthly Archives: September 2012

A look back in video at the 2012 York Fair

Matt Schardt, a local photographer and videographer, shares his retrospective in video from the 2012 York Fair.

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Mail call: Memories of Sievers & Devers, and Reineberg’s, from Joyce M. Rode

Reader Joyce Rode shared photos and memories of Sievers & Devers jewelry store and Reineberg’s shoe store, both formerly of South George Street in York.

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Mail call: Hobby store memories from Paul L. Schiding

Paul L. Schiding shares his memories of working at Schiding’s Yorktowne Service Shop, his family’s business, and looks to get in touch with his niece, another commenter.

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Ask Joan: After the York Fair edition

The Sept. 18, 2012, edition of Ask Joan has readers wondering where The Pickets was, asking about home delivery of the York Daily Record newspaper, and providing more information on mountain oil and its creator.

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Mail call: Memories of Stoverstown from Larry E. Slagle

Reader Larry E. Slagle shares his memories of the Stoverstown area of North Codorus Township and its churches, businesses and more.

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Ask Joan: Finds from former businesses edition

The Sept. 10, 2012, edition of Ask Joan seeks information on the Little Professor bookstore, Steve and Warney’s, and Yorktowne Service Stores.

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Postcards from Penn Park and Farquhar Park

Joan Concilio shares a set of five postcards of Penn Park and Farquhar Park in York that she found recently at the Dover Antique Mall.

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Ask Joan: East Market Street memory edition

The Sept. 4, 2012, edition of Ask Joan seeks the names of a former restaurant, music store and former import/export shop, all of which were on East Market Street.

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