The Anthracite Aristocracy Takes to the Mountains

Hidden high in the mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania¬≠ – about a dozen miles north of Hazleton and less than half that distance south of Wilkes¬≠-Barre – lies a small late nineteenth century retreat known to very few. Developed by coal barons and the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company in 1882, the hamlet’s fifty distinctive “summer cottages,” with equally distinctive...
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