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Mapping the Murals of York, Pa.: A new walking tour of city’s outdoor murals

Linked in/Neat stuff, below: Lincoln 150/Art at Hugh McCall Mansion The rather obscure ‘Made in York’ mural on West Market Street stands out for several reasons: It’s the smallest mural of the Murals of York, Pa. The mural on the wall … Continue reading

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York, Pa., landmark: ‘The house with a garden wall’

The former Gamble mansion on South Duke Street and East Cottage Place is often identified by its brick wall. It has long been a York, Pa.’s landmark

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Women’s Club of York opens its beautiful building to the public: Linked in to history, Nov. 29, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com covers an upcoming Women’s Club of York event, the Journal of York County Heritage, how to learn about the Hex Murder and a new book about York College of Pennsylvania.

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York Sunday News columnist: ‘Time for York to break shackles of Colonialism’

The Women’s Club of York exhibits a style in architecture and interior fixtures common in the Victorian Age. Here, an angel-shaped sconce is on display at the organization’s East Market Street building. (See additional photos of Victorian-era buildings in York, … Continue reading

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York County civic, service groups fighting for lives

The Women’s Club of York met at 228 E. Market St. for decades. But the organization that once topped 600 members declined fewer than 100. The club couldn’t pay the bills, so it sold the ornate building to private residents … Continue reading

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Restoration planned for fire-damaged Women’s Club

The Women’s Club of York exhibits a style in architecture and interior fixtures common in the Victorian Age. Here, an angel-shaped sconce is on display. Also of interest: York Sunday News columnist: ‘Time for York to break shackles of Colonialism’. … Continue reading

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