A recent post about Jefferson’s square brought this delightful photograph of the borough from Eric Krebs. He wrote: ‘The lights and white bags with candles were placed around the Jefferson Square every Christmas by the Jefferson Brothers of the Brush. This group of friends, 57 members strong was formed during the Jefferson Centennial in 1966. Today the group still gets together to socialize, not quite 57 members anymore, but we do like to socialize.’ This picture was taken pointing to Berlin Street from Baltimore Street. ‘The white home in my picture is the same home in the very far left of the original picture,’ he wrote. (See original photo below). ‘I took the picture from my rented bedroom window above the Serfass Insurance Agency owned at the time by Gerald Serfass Sr.’ More from Eric below. Also of interest: Jefferson, Goldsboro host the only two York County squares with a monument in which traffic moves in a circle around a monument.
Check out three views of Jefferson’s square randomly drawn from past YorkTownSquare posts, plus the original Facebook post below … .