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York County, Pa., residents love Pennsylvania Dutch food. We like to talk about it, too.

York countians like to comment on buildings, that’s proven by their engagement on Facebook. But we like to eat, and we like to share, like and comment about those delicacies that are distinctively Pennsylvania Dutch and York County, Pa.

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Spring Grove Public School: Whose sculpted faces are those poking from this old building?

The Spring Grove (Pa.) Public School was dedicated in 1898 and enlarged in 1921, right, as seen in this photo from ‘The Spring Grove Years.’ Who are the two luminaries in those round fixtures, photo at right, on this Dempwolf … Continue reading

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