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6 views of York, Pa.’s, Royal Square, then and now

This shows the facade and showroom for Anderson Motor Co., King and Queen streets in York, Pa. It has since been removed and what remained was known for years as the Bond Sanitary Products building. Today, it’s called The Bond, … Continue reading

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York, Pa., Schmidt & Ault sign refurbished: A sign of the times?

Linked in/Neat stuff: Dr. Harry Wildasin, York County achiever/Camp Scott There’s a new sign in town. Or a redone sign, at least. (It’s kind of a sticker, not repainted). But is it a sign of the times? Will the rest of … Continue reading

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York’s orphans stayed in big home marked today by little-known plaque: Linked in to York County history, Oct. 22, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com covers the Children’s Home of York locations, 10 top postcards, ‘agritainment,’ and the quest for Civil War photos.

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