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Col. David Gardner in a Parade (circa 1910)
Parades & processions; People
Col. David Gardner, Marshall of Memorial Day Parade, in G.A.R. uniform. Building in rear is at southeast corner of Liberty Street and Third Avenue; built by Ebenezer Jackson and later called the Sill House....
Interior of the Post Office in the Struthers Library Building (circa 1910)
Interiors; People; Libraries; Post offices
Interior of the post office in the Struthers Library Building about 1910. At this time the Post Office occupied the entire first-floor front of the building. Starling Waters, postmaster, is left front...
Liberty Street and Pennsylvania Avenue (circa 1910)
Railroads; Buildings; Banks
Intersection of Liberty Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, ca 1910. At center is the Allen block. The Warren Street Railway offices and waiting room were in this building, now the site of headquarters of...
Water and Market Streets Looking East (circa 1910)
People; Bicycles & tricycles; Buildings; Streets
Intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and Water and Market Streets, looking east about 1910. Clara Eckardt stands between the cyclists. The Hultberg block is at rear, one section of which had been a wing...
Market Street looking North (circa 1910)
Churches; Street railroads
Looking north up Market Street from Third Avenue. First Presbyterian church at right. An early open streetcar at center. Photo by Charles Chase ca 1910.
Allegheny River at Hickory Street (circa 1910)
Rivers; Lock up; Suspension bridges; Buildings
Looking west on the Allegheny River at Hickory Street ca 1910. The stone building in the foreground is Warren's second city lock-up, replacing an earlier frame building on the other side of the suspension...
Macabee Hall in Tiona (circa 1910)
Macabee Hall, Tiona, ca 1910 or earlier. streetcar waiting room at right.
Conewango Dam (circa 1910)
Churches, Bridges; Rivers; Dams
Old wooden dam on the Conewango Creek (just below Beaty Junior High School, where concrete dam is now) circa 1910. The church at left is the 1911 St. Paul's Lutheran which burned in 1915 and was immediately...
General Joseph Warren Park (1910)
Scene at the dedication of the monument in General Joseph Warren Park, junction of Pennsylvania Avenue and Third Avenue, in 1910. The monument was presented to the community by the Tidioute chapter of...
Hatton Block (circa 1910)
The 1896 Hatton block is shown here about 1910. [The first (1872) horse car barn for the street railway was located on this corner at Pennsylvania Avenue and Franklin Street.] Hatton block occupants over...
Water Works (1910)
Waterworks; Rivers; Buildings
The Island water works, circa 1910? This portion of The Island was later occupied by the Loranger manufacturing plant, now (2004) being adapted to multiple use by the city of Warren.
Liberty Street and Pennsylvania Avenue: New Struthers Hotel (1880)
Hotels; Streets; Street railroads
The New Struthers Hotel (ex-Warren Hotel) at the northeast corner of Liberty Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. Built in 1880, this structure was razed in 2003 to make way for a new Northwest Savings Bank...
Warren Savings Bank Building (1910)
Banks; Street railroads
The Warren Savings Bank building at Pennsylvania and Second Avenue in 1910 or slightly later. Note streetcar disappearing from view at far right.
Whitney Saw Mill (1910)
Mills; People; Horses; Carts & wagons
The Whitney sawmill at Hosmer Run, Pittsfield Township, in 1910 or 1911.
Market Street Looking West (1910)
View from the foot of Market Street looking west on Pennsylvania Avenue, 1910.
View from hill above Fifth Avenue (1910)
Churches; Hotels; Railroads; Brewing industry; Hospitals
View from the hill above Fifth Avenue west, 1910. Left to right: St. Joseph's Church, Smith-Horton Company, Pennsylvania Railroad depot, Revere House hotel (behind the depot), Struthers-Wells, and the...
View of Warren, PA from Millrace 'Frog pond' (1910)
millrace; Schools; Churches; People
View in 1910 across the millrace at 'the frogpond' north to the intersection of Market Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. Right of center the two spires of Warren High School are visible and to their left,...
Tannery at Glade Run (circa 1910)
Bridges; Leather industry
View northwest from the south end of the Glade bridge towards the tannery at Glade Run, now (2004) the site of the United Refining Company. Photo by Charles Chase, circa 1910.
Warren Armory (circa 1925)
Warren Armory, 330 Hickory Street, about 1925. First used in 1910, it was for many years the home of Company I, 16th Regiment, NGP. In 2004 it is in active use as the Warren Area Student Union. The church...
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