This photo surely shows York County at its best, Part III

Linked in/Neat stuff: Spring Grove Museum /White Rose Photo Engravers
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This postcard scene shows a rite of all around York County, Pa. – wagon rides through the countryside. This scene shows such a scenic trip at Brown’s Orchards Yellow Church Road Farm. This event comes with the opportunity for riders to pick their own pumpkins. That’s Scott’s Pond, at right. Also of interest: Also of interest: Three photos surely show York County at its best, Part II and  Brown’s Orchards and Farm Market of Loganville: ‘I didn’t know a peach tree from an apple tree, but we learned quickly.’

Other neat stuff from all over … .

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In his York Sunday News, Gordon Freireich put forth his childhood memories about Penn Park, particularly the monuments in that grassy commons.

Check out: Memories of having a monumental time at Penn Park. 

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Main Street Hanover has contracted with artist Jeff Asper to create an original metal sculpture in downtown Hanover. Check out this Evening Sun Media Center to see the artist and his work.

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Big Saturday night fire: Anyone who was in York city over the weekend saw the smoke and/or flames. That fire consumed the longtime building of White Rose Photo Engravers from 1947 to 2007.

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Opportunity in Spring Grove
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We’ve seen this in black-and-white – artist Bill Falkler seeking bids on artwork – but Cliff Satterthwaite has colorized this image. See more of Cliff’s work in this blog’s Satterthwaite category. 
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History mystery home delivery: Remember these days?

About Jim McClure

Editor of the York Daily Record/Sunday News, ydr.com and its many digital products. Journalism/history blogger: yorktownsquare.com. Author or co-author of seven York County, Pa., history books.

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