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Portrait of Chief Cornplanter, Seneca Tribe (circa 1800)
Portraits; Indigenous peoples; People
Portrait of Chief Cornplanter painted circa 1800 in New York City by itinerant artist F. Bartoli. The original is owned by the New York Historical Society. A copy by Elton Davis is on exhibit at the Warren...
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....
Hickory Street and Pennsylvania Avenue (Water Street) (circa 1860)
Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops
Hickory Street and Water Street (now Pennsylvania Avenue) about 1860. Three-story wood building beyond Carver House is James block, built in 1852. Right, the Tanner brick block, now (2004) the site of...
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 addition. Brick building at far right is the New Process Company,...
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,...
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...
Poplar Street Looking Southeast (circa 1895)
Cemeteries; Buildings; Railroad bridges
View of Warren in 1895 or 1896, southeast from above Fifth Avenue at the head of Poplar Street. Oakland Cemetery is on the hillside beyond the railroad bridge.
Citizens National Bank (circa 1900)
The Citizens National Bank building at the northeast corner of Hickory Street and Pennsylvania Avenue ca 1900. Built in 1888 it is now (2004) occupied by Community Consumer Discount Company and other commercial...
Second Avenue at the Point (1868)
North side of Second Avenue circa 1868. Brick buildings replacing the frame structures shown here became home to firms such as First National Bank, the Printz and Carnahan stores, G.C. Murphy's, and Warren...
Warren Post Office in the Struthers Building (1905)
Buildings; People; Post offices; Postmasters
Liberty Street entrance to Warren Post Office in the Struthers building, March 1, 1905. Left to right: Mason R. Emery, Frederick Gutzler, William Cameron, Thomas W. Weakley, Sam Prescott, George Pierce,...
Allegheny River at Kinzua (circa 1925)
The Allegheny River valley at Kinzua, Pennsylvania, ca 1925. At center in the valley is the Kinzua Sawmill.
Second Avenue at the Point (1869)
Shoe stores; Clothing stores; Buildings
An early (1869) photo of the south side of Second Avenue west of Liberty Street to The Point. The fourth frame building from the corner housed Smith's shoe store; next was the Central Clothing Store. The...
Rafts at Warren Eddy (1890)
Rivers; Railroad bridges; Covered bridges
A view circa 1890 to the south side fairgrounds (site of Warren General Hospital). In the distance are the Philadelphia & Erie Railroad covered bridge and the Struthers-Wells buildings. Several square-timber...
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.
Flat Boat at Conewango Creek Dam (circa 1880)
Flatboats; boats; people; Floods
A trading, or flat, boat built in Russell by Ira Briggs was stuck on the Conewango dam in Warren in the mid-to late 1880s. High water soon floated it off the dam and it was taken on down river. Pilot Lorenzo...
Corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Liberty Street (1899)
millrace; Stores & shops
The southeast corner of Pennsylvania Avenue ( then 440 Water Street) and Liberty Street, in 1899 the site of the bridge across the millrace at Liberty (across the race is part of the Piso building). Shops...
Intersection of Liberty Street and Pennsylvania Avenue (1880)
Hotels; Street railroads
Liberty Street at Water Street (now Pennsylvania Avenue West) looking north about 1908. The New Struthers Hotel, built in 1880 and first known as the Warren Hotel, is now occupied by a Northwest Savings...
Warren-Jamestown Street Railway Co Passenger & Baggage Car at Liberty Street (circa 1906)
Department stores; Street railroads; People
Smith's department store, later Levinson department store and then Janick's department store, now part of Northwest Savings Bank office complex. Warren-Jamestown Street Railway passenger car--trolley--and...
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...
Rafts at Hickory Street and Pennsylvania Avenue (1887)
Rivers; Exhibition buildings; People; Baby carriages
View from Hickory Street to the river and south side fairgrounds in 1887. The Carver House hotel is at right. Ladies in period dress with prams. Note the high-wheeler at right.
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