First block N. Queen St. facing east, between The Square, E. King St. and E. Orange St.
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This undated photo shows some stores in the first block of North Queen Street between the Square, East King Street and East Orange Street.
First block N. Queen St. facing east, between The Square, E. King St. and E. Orange St. Lancaster Pa
The Original Hotel Brunswick on the corner of N. Queen St. and E. Chestnut St.
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built in 1896, a beautiful old home in Lancaster, PA
Impressive baronial mansion with wonderful witch hat and center peak, and porch embellishment, plus extra 2nd level porches. The stone exterior is beautiful.
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A view of the Fulton Opera House from North Prince St. circa 1900
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Augusta Bitner- Lancaster Cemetery, Lancaster, PA Died on her wedding day
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Augusta Bitner- Lancaster Cemetery, Lancaster, PA - This cemetery is so neat...the old stones and statues are so cool...like right out of a movie.
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Lancaster Cemetery, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA ... Angel ... so beautiful!
Another view of a prevously pinned photo below.
Historic Warehouse from 1881 - renovated into a Hotel for the Local Arts! Timeless Cool®: Lancaster Arts Hotel...Timeless Cool
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The Second Woolworth's Store The first Woolworth's store was founded, with a loan of $300, in February of 1879 by Frank Winfield Woolworth, but the store failed within six months. However, a second store he opened on June 21, 1879 in Lancaster, Pa., became a success. This old photo of clerks outside the F.W. Woolworth store was taken in June 1879.
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first Woolworth store opened on July 18, 1879, by Frank Woolworth in Lancaster, Penn., as "Woolworth's Great Five Cent Store". Despite growing to be one of the largest retail chains in the world through most of the 20th century, increased competition led to its decline beginning in the 1980s. The chain went out of business in July 1997 in the USA. Still in Australia
On February 22, 1879, F.W. Woolworth opens "The Great Five Cent Store" in Utica, NY. It failed in six months, but the second store he opened in June of the same year seemed to catch on. We spent hours in the Woolworth's store where I grew up in Seattle.
Snow Covered Swings by Mark Van Scyoc Black and white photo of snow covered swings on a cold December morning in Lancaster County. Silos on a nearby farm can be seen in the distance. The region was blanketed with over a foot of snow the day before and transformed everything into a work of art. Located on Hunsecker Road near Zook’s Corner. (Between Leola and Lancaster, PA) (Canon Rebel – XT) Featured in: Rural Around The Globe – Dec. 09
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Vintage Lancaster General Health Photo of the Week: This picture shows the Main Kitchen Service Building at Lancaster General Hospital back in 1951. It is quite different from today's kitchen, which is much larger and used to prepare hundreds of meals every day for our patients, visitors and employees.
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Lancaster General Hospital, the Lime Street entrance in the 1940s.
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Lancaster General Lime St. entrance in the 1940's.
This is a view of one of the private rooms at the hospital (Private Room 221), taken sometime in the late 1920s at Lancaster General Hospital. Private rooms weren't as common at LGH then as they are today, as most patients back then would stay in larger wards where the beds would be separated by a large curtain.