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Thursday, July 19, 2018

Downtown Office



Trolley Time




Trolley Bridge in Ferndale

Morrellville



 
A city fireman steps from the gutted first floor of a gutted Morrellville home Friday to get a breath of fresh air and is confronted with piles of rubble----once the furniture and other belongs of Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Escherich, 186 Blaine Street. Firemen from Companies 2 and 5 and the high pressure unit battled the blaze for nearly an hour before bringing it under control.

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Market Street



Ferguson Packing Company - Cambria City



This should look familiar to all of you. This is Cambria City at its best. The old Ferguson Meat Packing building that later became Morris Paper Company and is now the immigrant museum. As you can see alot of it is still standing. Blackie Trotz and his family lived in the house where the people are standing in front in the 1950's.


Paddy Wagon



Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Two Women Doctors - 1953



 
Only two women are practicing medicine in Johnstown. Dr. Verna Turner (pictured above at her office), has been a general practitioner here for the past 12 years. The other woman physician, Dr. Barbara Horner, is a member of the medical staff of Johnstown Veterans Administration office. She was married recently to George Pavuk of Pittsburgh and is now on her honeymoon. Dr. Turner is the wife of Howard Williams. 

Franklin


Franklin Mill - taken by the father of Darlene Matula Mack.

Spot!it's Specials



Tuesday, July 10, 2018

JHS 1931



Goenner Brewery - Cambria City



 
George Chupka (foreground) of rear 306 1/2 Chestnut Street is shown checking a valve on a feed line at the Goenner & Company Brewery in Cambria City. In the background, John L. Seaman (left), 8 Campbell Avenue and M.J. Sadel, 308 Cambria Alley, fill beer kegs. The Goenner firm is the city's oldest brewery still in operation. 

Trolley Time



Wednesday, July 4, 2018