State Street, Harrisburg

One hundred years ago, on May 20, 1911, a self- proclaimed “business man in the Capitol City,” identified only as C. O. S., wrote to Lial Phillips of Leechburg, Armstrong County, on a postcard bearing an image of Harrisburg’s State Street, looking west from the State Capitol toward the Susquehanna River. Although the sender’s remarks are brief and desultory, the postcard’s image is not. It...
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Pennsylvania Heritage Society Newsletter

Topics in the Summer 2011 Newsletter: Reserve Your Seat for Our Signature Series Bus Trip to Winterthur 2011 Teaching American History Project Civil War Sesquicentennial Event Calendar for July – September 2011 July – September 2011 Pennsylvania Civil War 150 Road Show Welcome New State Museum Affiliate Members Welcome New PHS Members  ...
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