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York made 1901 Pullman Ventilators installed in White House

Pullman Automatic Ventilators have a connection to The President of the United States. These ventilators were first tested in railroad cars, including the President’s car, and they were also a superior product for buildings, with the White House one of … Continue reading

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Address Numbers change and Yorkers Resist the Change; also Pullman Building

This is a southward looking view along the west side of North George Street; while standing at the North Street intersection. The Pullman Building is identified by upper sidewalls still painted with “Pullman Automobiles” and “York Motor Car Co.” I’ll … Continue reading

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Vulcan Technology is in Pullman’s Electrically Controlled Gasoline Automobile

Motor Vehicles at the 1914 Harrisburg Auto Show This ad for the 1914 Pullman Model 6-46A appeared in the Harrisburg Auto Show edition of the Harrisburg Telegraph.  The Fifth Annual Harrisburg Auto Show opened the evening of March 14, 1914, … Continue reading

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ROAD OF REMEMBRANCE Memorial in Paradise Township, York County

Earlier this month I was driving around York County to seek out Then & Now views to match some old postcards.  As is often the case, I ended up finding something unexpected.  This post preempts my exploration for the Lincoln … Continue reading

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YORK Pullman’s at The White House

I promoted putting more historical pieces in family history books while attending the 4-day National Genealogical Society 2013 Family History Conference in Las Vegas.  I told attendees to checkout YorksPast for a series on how to research the place of … Continue reading

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Letters to LINCOLN during the Invasion; “Rebels at York and Carlisle yesterday a good deal agitated”

This is the sixth in a series of letters or messages sent to President Abraham Lincoln during the Invasion of Pennsylvania by the Rebels during June and July of 1863.  Other Letters to LINCOLN in this series include: Letters to … Continue reading

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Letters to LINCOLN during the Invasion; “Burning bridges on the Northern Central”

This is the fifth in a series of letters or messages sent to President Abraham Lincoln during the Invasion of Pennsylvania by the Rebels during June and July of 1863.  Other Letters to LINCOLN in this series include: Letters to … Continue reading

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Letters to LINCOLN during the Invasion; “Colonel Ruff, Third Cavalry, U. S. Army”

This is the fourth in a series of letters or messages sent to President Abraham Lincoln during the Invasion of Pennsylvania by the Rebels during June and July of 1863.  Other Letters to LINCOLN in this series include: Letters to … Continue reading

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Letters to LINCOLN during the Invasion; “The People of New Jersey are Apprehensive”

This is the third in a series of letters or messages sent to President Abraham Lincoln during the Invasion of Pennsylvania by the Rebels during June and July of 1863.  Other Letters to LINCOLN in this series include: Letters to … Continue reading

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Letters to LINCOLN during the Invasion; “We need John C. Fremont”

This is the second in a series of letters or messages sent to President Abraham Lincoln during the Invasion of Pennsylvania by the Rebels during June and July of 1863.  Other Letters to LINCOLN in this series include: Letters to … Continue reading

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