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Funeral Procession (1899)
Funeral processions; War; Cemeteries; Suspension Bridges
Funeral procession for casualties of the Spanish-American War on April 5, 1899. Hearses are turning off Pennsylvania Avenue onto the suspension bridge, en route to Oakland Cemetery.
Gas Auto Taxies at the Carver House (circa 1865)
Automobiles; Taxicabs; Taxicab drivers; Banks
The two first gas auto taxis in Warren, posing in front of the Carver House, Hickory Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, in 1913. On the opposite corner is the Citizens Bank building (now Community Consumer...
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...
Glade Bridge (1885)
The original wooden bridge at Glade, built in 1881. Shown here in 1885 during the Glade oil boom, it was replaced about 1900 with an iron span.
Glade Oil Field (1885)
Oil wells; Rivers; Hotels
The glade oil fields on the Allegheny River just beyond the Glade bridge and the Allegheny Hotel, 1885.
Glade Run House Hotel (1865)
Hotels; Lithographs; Carriages & coaches
The Glade Run House (predecessor to the Allegheny Hotel, on the same site) in an 1865 lithograph. Built about 1850, it burned in 1875.
Glade Run House Hotel (1900)
The Glade Run House hotel in 1900. T. H. Dietch proprietor. It stood on the south side of Pennsylvania Avenue East where the United Refinery loading rack and gate are now located.
Glenni W. Scofield Office Building (circa 1917)
The Glenni W. Scofield office building, built 1854-1855, on the east side of Liberty Street ca 1917. This structure and the Scofield stone mansion to its right were removed in 1928 for construction of...
Grasshopper Oil Field (1903)
Petroleum workers; People
Lease in Grasshopper Oil Field on the flats, east side, 1903-04. Note Col. Windsor marked with an "x".
Grasshopper Oil Field (circa 1904)
People; Oil barrels; Petroleum industry; Petroleum workers
Grasshopper oil field, east side flats, in 1904 or 1905.
Grave Marker of Philip Tome, Pioneer (Died April 30, 1855)
Tombs & sepulchral monuments
Marker at grave of Philip Tome, Corydon, Pennsylvania. Stone found and restored by John Reid and Maude Tome Reid. The marker is now (2004) in the possession of the Warren County Historical Society.
Great Clarendon Fire (1887)
A scene 10 days after the great Clarendon fire of July 4 and 5, 1887, looking east across the burned-out district.
Great Street Fair of 1897 (1897)
Physicians; Fairs; Hospitals
Doctors serving during the occasion of the great street fair of 1897. At Emergency Hospital tent in General Warren Park. In front from left to right are ______ Bostwick, John A. Love, Urban G. Mease, J....
Guy Irvine House: 'The Locusts' (circa 1831)
The Locusts - Guy Irvine's house below Russell, built 1831-1835. Original fence and portico removed, then later restored by Will A. Walker. Photo about 1905.
Guy Irvine, Pioneer Lumberman (1868)
Guy Irvine: farmer, lumberman, mill owner, and character. Died August 24, 1868.
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...
Hearts Content Virgin Timber (circa 1925)
People; Lumber industry; Trees
Hearts Content (virgin timber), Warren County, Pennsylvania, circa 1925.
Hickory Street (1872)
Buildings; Churches; Streets
Looking down Hickory Street towards the suspension bridge, 1872. The Thomas Clemons house (center), corner of 4th and Hickory; old Union School and Annex (later Central School) at 3rd Avenue behind house....
Hickory Street (1873)
Aerial photographs; Buildings
Looking south on Hickory Street, 1873. Public buildings at left of center are the First Methodist Church, Union School and Central School. The rear of the Carver House hotel is shown just right of the...
Hickory Street and Pennsylvania Avenue (Water Street) (circa 1860)
Streets; Hotels; Buildings
Intersection of Hickory Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, circa 1860. The Carver House Hotel and the Tanner building across Hickory were two of Warren's earliest brick commercial buildings. Note the denuded...
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