How did these outdoor mini-murals of York, Pa., become indoor mini-murals? And 6 other History Mystery quizzes

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That looks like large reproductions of Lewis Miller paintings on the wall in this York, Pa., eatery. Miller colorfully documented everyday life in York in the 1800s, and contemporary readers benefit from his talents today. In this case, diners enjoy his almost life-size art. What restaurant are we seeing here, and how did Miller art come to be painted on its wall? See answer at bottom. For another photo of the indoor mini-murals, check out: Lewis Miller. Also of interest: Check out these History Mystery quizzes and fun tests.

Check out 6 more history mystery quizzes below. If the photo does not appear on your mobile device, click on the date … .

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History Mystery: This is a model from 2008 of what has become one of #YorkCountyPa’s most visited memorials. Where is…

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History Mystery: This place was at one time the shop floor of #YorkPa’s leading manufacturer made successful, in part,…

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These old one-room schools are everywhere around #YorkPa … .

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History Mystery: Surely, this is #YorkCountyPa at its best. Our flag. Historic mansion. Beautiful gardens. Can you locate this wonderful scene? Answer: http://goo.gl/Qmc28y – Jim McClure

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History Mystery: Since the late 1800s, #YorkPa served as the end of the line for these tracks, seen here passing through…

Posted by York Daily Record/Sunday News on Tuesday, May 26, 2015

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A late Memorial Day History Mystery: You’ve seen these guns in movies. Some might have seen them in person. These…

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*Those Miller drawings are mini-murals in Cherry Lane, part of the Murals of York program. When Mudhook Brewing Co. moved in to the south end of Central Market, those outdoor mini-murals became indoor mini-murals. This photo appeared recently with the story: 10 reasons to visit downtown York this summer.

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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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