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    First block N. Queen St. facing east, between The Square, E. King St. and E. Orange St.

    Second block of N. Queen St. eastside, between E. Orange St. and E. Chestnut St.

    Garvin's Department Store and Lancaster County Court House.

    The Original Hotel Brunswick on the corner of N. Queen St. and E. Chestnut St.

    Lancaster Pennsylvania PA Woolworth Postcard Old Vintage Card View Standard Post

    Lancaster Pennsylvania

    1896 Romanesque, Lancaster, PA - located in ChestnutHill section of Downtown

    Lancaster PA, downtown. 1910?

    A view of the Fulton Opera House from North Prince St. circa 1900

    The Fulton Opera House

    Augusta Bitner- Lancaster Cemetery, Lancaster, PA Died on her wedding day

    Lancaster Cemetery, Lancaster PA

    Lancaster Cemetery, Lancaster PA, USA

    A Lancaster County ambulance circa 1950

    A ferry on the Susquehanna in Lancaster County

    "Marietta's Print Shop" - renovated by John DeVitry in 1970. The same man who renovated an old tobacco warehouse into the Lancaster Arts Hotel!

    Historic Warehouse from 1881 - renovated into a Hotel for the Local Arts! Timeless Cool®: Lancaster Arts Hotel...Timeless Cool

    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.

    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.

    The second location for Lancaster General Hospital, in 1896, on the 500 block of North Lime Street.

    Lancaster General Hospital's first home in 1893, 318 N. Queen St., Lancaster

    Lancaster General Hospital, the Lime Street entrance in the 1940s.

    The entrance to Lancaster General Health in the 1940s.

    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.