Testing your knowledge about York, Pa., history: Where did York County Academy stand?

Other quizzes below: What’s that umbrella doing in an area church/York’s fatal Lassa fever case
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History Mystery: When York Little Theatre was five years old, it operated out of the late 1700s York County Academy. That academy building was demolished several decades later. Where did the academy stand? (It’s been gone so long that people forget it ever existed.) Fifteen years after this event, YLT moved to the old Elmwood Theater – its current home. Have you seen a production there? Answer here. Also of interest: Check out these past quizzes and (fun) tests.

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See how you do in solving 5 more photo quizzes below.  (Click on the date if the image doesn’t appear on your mobile device).

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History Mystery: Here’s one of those green and beautiful vistas that defines #YorkCountyPa. Hills and dales everywhere….

Posted by York Daily Record/Sunday News on Sunday, September 27, 2015

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History Mystery: A few years ago, a stained glass window in this #YorkCountyPa church was restored. This congregation…

Posted by York Daily Record/Sunday News on Sunday, September 27, 2015

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History Mystery: That umbrella in the front of this wonderfully designed #York / #Adams church? It is there awaiting a…

Posted by York Daily Record/Sunday News on Saturday, September 26, 2015

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History Mystery: The topic today is a garden, a quiet retreat on the edge of a fun and busy place. This garden is…

Posted by York Daily Record/Sunday News on Monday, September 28, 2015

 

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Did you know? There was a fatal case of Lassa, a cousin to Ebola, in #YorkCountyPa in 1969. That was a first in the U.S….

Posted by Jim McClure on Sunday, September 27, 2015

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Guest Facebook post:

Freelance photographer Harrison Jones captured this great shot of the super moon eclipse last night. The photo has gone…

Posted by York Daily Record/Sunday News on Monday, September 28, 2015

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