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The view from this York, Pa. mansion’s front porch

The Frey family, owners of a coal business in York, Pa., lived in this mansion for three generations. It later became offices for Buchart-Horn. Now a restaurant is moving in this South Richland Street mansion, appropriately called the Front Porch Cafe.

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History mystery doorknobs: Yes, they’re engraved with ‘YC,’ and they’re attached to what doors?

The York Daily Record/Sunday News’ photographer Chris Dunn captured these engraved doorknobs while on assignment recently. Where was that assignment, or more, directly, in what building do these doorknobs – and doors – reside? That’s the history mystery were posing here.

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York countian seeks info about his sister: ‘Her death was a painful time’ – Linked in to history, 1/18/13

Yorktownsquare.com covers Bruce Arians head coaching job for the Arizona Cardinals, Eugene DePasquale’s swearing in as state auditor general and a York countian’s quest for info on his sister.

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Treasures found after Ma & Pa Railroad’s Ore Valley train station came down

Interesting artifacts found on site of demolished railroad station in York Township.

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Working on the York County train gang: Linked in with neat history stuff – March 5, 2011

York County, Pa., resident Gary E. Heiland provided this interesting photograph track crews possibly shown between York and Wrightsville circa 1930. Gary believes the man in the center of this picture is either his grandfather, Moses Byron Heiland, or his … Continue reading

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