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Brown Brothers Foundry & Machine Shop: Pennsylvania Avenue West (1855)
The 1855 Brown Brothers Foundry (later site of Struthers-Wells) on Pennsylvania Avenue West at the Pennsylvania Railroad crossing. This frame building stood where the remaining Struthers brick shops now...
Carver House Hotel (1860)
Among the earliest photos taken in Warren is this 1860 view of the Carver House, built in 1849, and right, the Tanner business block. The site is the intersection of Hickory Street with Pennsylvania Avenue....
Carver House Hotel (circa 1880)
Hotels; Churches; Streets
Carver House hotel and the 400 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, circa 1880. At the end of the block is the steeple of the original Trinity Episcopal church. The Hall block (three stories) is at left center....
Charles W. Rathbun House (circa 1917)
Charles W. Rathbun house at the northeast corner of East Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. Dr. Elizabeth Beaty constructed her brick home (still standing) on this site, ca 1917. The porch columns from the...
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...
Clarendon Fire (1887)
Fires; Construction workers; Railroads
The burned-out sections of Clarendon, under reconstruction, 10 days after the great fire of July 4, 1887. A view west from near the Philadelphia & Erie railroad depot.
Clarendon Fire Looking South (1887)
Fires; Construction; Railroads
A view south over the burned district in Clarendon after the fire of July 4 and 5, 1887. At extreme upper left is the depot of the Philadelphia & Erie railroad on which materials were shipped in for reconstruction....
Coach Holding Spanish-American War Soldiers.
War; Soldiers; Railroads
A Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad coach holding soldiers bound for service in the Spanish-American War and a crowd of well-wishers in the west end yard of the Pennsylvania Railroad, 1898.
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....
Company I Dedication (1922)
Dedications; Bridges; Monuments
Dedication of the Company I temple on November 11, 1922, erected in memory of the first 13 Warren County men who lost their lives in World War I. Note Soldiers and Sailors Monument east of the Hickory...
Conewango Avenue (circa 1890)
Looking up Conewango Avenue from Pennsylvania Avenue about 1890. In the center distance is the Jefferson Street School's bell tower.
Conewango Creek at Allegheny River (1916)
Junction of Conewango Creek and Allegheny River, probably 1916 or 1917.
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...
Conewango Looking Up (circa 1878)
Swing bridges; Oil well drilling rigs; Streams
Looking up the Conewango from below Jefferson Avenue, showing original Third Avenue swinging (foot) bridge and original wooden Fifth Avenue bridge, about 1878. Both bridges were taken out by ice in 1883....
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...
Corner of Third Avenue and Hickory Street (circa 1890)
Schools; Streets; Buildings; millrace
Central and Union schools, northeast corner of Third Avenue and Hickory Street, circa 1890. Central, at left, was added in 1871 to the older Union building, built in 1854 and razed in 1900. Central was...
Cornplanter Hotel at Irvine (1841)
The Cornplanter Hotel in Irvine, Pennsylvania (razed in 1920) opened in 1841. It was one of many stone structures erected by Dr. William Irvine in the village bearing his name. Stone from the hotel, which...
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...
Covered Bridge at Russell, PA (circa 1930)
The Russell covered bridge (third on the same site) built in 1853 and razed in 1937, replaced by an iron bridge still in use in 2004. Photo probably circa 1930 or slightly later.
Crescent Park (circa 1895)
Suspension bridges; Lock up; Toll roads;
View from Crescent Park about 1895 showing the 1871 suspension bridge and on the riverbank, a boathouse. On the opposite riverbank, the three small buildings are the stone lock-up, the A. Tanner store...
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