Daily Archives: June 4, 2008

Colonial York, Pa.? No, try Victorian York, Pa.

This scene comes from the Brownstone building, annex to Martin Library. The finished parlor was shown to the public after renovations in 2005. Background posts: Dempwolf architects built York’s skyline, history, Striking architecture lined York’s South Duke Street and York … Continue reading

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Gettysburg-area National Register homestead gives snapshot of pressures facing farms

John Horner exits the barn built by his ancestors in Mount Joy Township in 1840. He’s concerned that the farm will pass into other hands when he passes away. Background links: Demolished Red Lion Grange Hall still tells tale of … Continue reading

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