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Railroad Bridge (circa 1890)
Railroad bridges; Buildings
View circa 1890 from along Fifth Avenue near Laurel Street, looking west to the covered Philadelphia and Erie railroad bridge. The county fairgrounds on the south side appear left. At the center is St....
Liberty Street Between Fourth and Fifth Avenues (1873)
Streets; Courthouses; Buildings
Liberty Street between Fourth and Fifth Avenues in 1873. At left center are the county office building and the 1825 Warren County Courthouse. Just right of center is the Mansion House and behind it the...
Pennsylvania Avenue Exchange Block (circa 1875)
Buildings; Bridges; Carts & wagons; Streets; Churches
Western end of the Exchange block circa 1875. Beyond, to the west, are the suspension bridge cables and the Tanner store built in 1816. The brick tollbooth for the bridge is partly visible under the cables....
Second Avenue and Liberty Street (circa 1880)
Buildings; Streets; Carts & Wagons
View from Watson-Davis block of the intersection of Second Avenue and Liberty Street about 1880. Left, the Allen block; center, the Ludlow block (later the site of Kresge's and now, 2004, the Liberty Street...
Courthouse with Homer Putnam (circa 1890)
People; Politicians; Courthouse
Unidentified subject (political gathering? teachers' institute? county school directors?) ca 1890 at the courthouse. Homer M. Putnam stands at top left, Col. Lewis Finley Watson (white beard) is front...
South Side Looking North (circa 1916)
Buildings; Banks; Churches; Schools
View north from above the south side in 1916 or 1917. Prominent large buildings are left, the First Methodist Church (site of city fire station), the Struthers Library Building, and right, the Warren Bank...
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...
Tanner Hill Looking East (circa 1878)
Dwellings; Oil well drilling rigs; Streams
View ca 1878 looking east over Warren from Tanner Hill. The brick David Beaty mansion, surrounded by his large acreage dotted with oil wells, appears just right of center in the middle distance across...
The Point a Celebration (1885)
Celebrations; Banks; Buildings; Streets
East at The Point in September 1885 during a local celebration instituting the Warren Commandery, Masons. At center is the Warren Savings Bank, behind it is the three-story Watson-Davis block, and a block...
Liberty Street Looking North (1906)
Liberty Street looking north from Second Avenue, 1906. Note the first YMCA building in the center. Warren National Bank (PNC Bank) is at left, the Struthers Library building in the distance, on Third Avenue....
Lesser Sisters House and Store (circa 1958)
Lesser sisters house and store building, 309 and 311 Third Avenue West, shortly before being razed to make way for a New Process Company (2004 Blair Corp) addition/annex. At center is the First Evangelical...
View of Warren's South Side (1917)
Dwellings; Buildings; Aerial views
View of the south side, the intersection of St. Clair Street with approach to the suspension bridge, probably in 1917. The house at center and the gardens were later the site of Ekey's floral shop and...
Pennsylvania Avenue Looking North East
View northeast to Pennsylvania Avenue near the foot of Market street from The Island. The millrace is in the foreground. The two-story building with tall windows at exact center was the Hultberg block,...
Allegheny River at Kinzua (circa 1925)
The Allegheny River valley at Kinzua, Pennsylvania, ca 1925. At center in the valley is the Kinzua Sawmill.
Warren Savings Bank Fire (1889)
Fires; Banks; Buildings
The Lewis Watson-John Davis block/Warren Savings Bank fire of 1889. A view toward the south side of Second Avenue, the three-story Watson-Davis building at center, and the bank attached to the right.
View West from The Point (circa 1880)
Bakeries; Streets; Buildings
View west from The Point, Second and Pennsylvania (then Water Street) Avenues, about 1880. At left center is Archibald Tanner's 1816 store building, which survived until 1909.
View of Warren, PA (1883)
Hotels; Churches; Railroad shops & yards
Warren in 1883, looking east from Stone Hill Road. Across the center, left to right: Wetmore Lumber Company; Dunkirk, Allegheny Valley & Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania Railroad yards and depot; St. Joseph's...
Intersection of Hickory Street and Pennsylvania Avenue (1868)
Streets; Stores & shops; People
Intersection of Water Street (Pennsylvania Avenue) and Hickory Street in 1868. Stacked materials to the right were used in building the Hall block across the street, in the 400 block of Pennsylvania Avenue....
View of Warren, PA (circa 1890)
Valleys; Railroads; Churches; Exhibition buildings
View south from Beech Street extension. At center is the Dunkirk & Allegheny Valley and Pittsburgh Railroad freight and passenger station. At right are the St. Josephs Catholic Church, old fairgrounds...
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,...
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