Tag Archives: Memorial Day

Bury’s burgers: A significant piece of York Countyana

Post by York Daily Record/Sunday News.   This York Daily Record Facebook post drew all kinds of comments, like and shares from readers. Feel free to join in by clicking on the links. Also of interest: Bury’s burgers: ‘You won’t … Continue reading

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When Avalong’s putt-putt golf drew people to Springettsbury Township corner

Linked in/Neat stuff: Morris Pharmacy & the Yosts/One-roomer in Glen Rock Now that Memorial Day has passed, your mind goes to past days of summer recreation. Here, Cliff Satterthwaite captures the long-gone miniature golf course near Avalong Restaurant. This was … Continue reading

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Gettysburg field hospital – Nothing amusing about this view: Linked in with neat history stuff, May 30, 2012

Cookes House/Reader Cafe for sale/Memorial Day’s origins Gettysburg 150 is prompting folks to go through their collections and, more importantly, share them so they can be made public. ‘Copy of stereo viewer card I have in my file,’ Dave Spangler … Continue reading

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We must have long memories of wars that shaped America – and York County

Franklin Ginter was a soldier’s soldier. He was an early responder from York in the Civil War, serving with a unit, the York Rifles, that guarded bridges in northern Maryland against sabateurs. He was the last of that unit to … Continue reading

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