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Try these 8 fun photo quizzes to test your smarts about York/Adams, Pa.

Old places from one’s youth that are no more often evoke History Mystery comments on the York, Pa., Daily Record’s Facebook Page. This one not only brought some likes and comments, but also hundreds of folks, whether stumped or just wanting to read about this place, followed the goo.gl link to the story. Remember this place? F

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9 recent books demonstrate York County has much history to explore, and researchers are digging into it

Lewis Lavetan is seen with his sisters Minnie and Sarah in 1953. Lewis was first board president of the York, Pa., Jewish Community Center, serving from 1925-1929 and again from 1949-1956 and his descendants remain active in the JCC. The … Continue reading

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JCC rooftop playground: ‘Neatest place in town’

Members of the Jewish Community Center participate in the lighting of the first candle to recognize the beginning of Hanukkah in December 2006. “The Six Million” sculpture can be seen at rear. Background posts: Holocaust sculpture a York County must-see … Continue reading

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Holocaust sculpture a York County must-see

“The Six Million” memorial, in the background, welcomes visitors to York’s Jewish Community Center. A haunting, memorable visit on any Sunday afternoon drive (tour route) is to see “The Six Million” memorial at the Jewish Community Center. Internationally recognized sculptor … Continue reading

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