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Saturday, August 31, 2019

Friday, August 30, 2019

Conrad Building



Peris Laundry Soap - Geo. Tross & Company. This is the old Conrad Building right off the Franklin Street Bridge.

Richfield Gas



Another VJ repeat - this is the old gas station at the corner of Fairfield Avenue and Broad Street. After this one was torn down - a smaller one replaced it - until that one was torn down a few years ago. It's part of the Giant Eagle parking lot now. 

Thomas Avenue



Thomas Avenue - Kernville

Thursday, August 29, 2019

Ferguson Packing



Ferguson Packing - later Morris Paper and now the site of JAHA in Cambria City.

Amoco Gas



Another repeat today. They don't build them like this anymore. Amoco-Gas at the end of the Napoleon Street Bridge. Union Cemetery would be directly behind the photographer and Joe Johns is off camera to the left. You can also see the Franklin Street Bridge off in the distance.

Franklin Street & Southmont Blvd



Looking down Franklin Street towards the hospitals. 

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Schoenfeld's



Schoenfeld's Store

N.B. Swank


Another picture I haven't posted for a while - Swank's on Bedford Street - the big department store is on the upper left. This is one of the pictures 

Central Park




Downtown Johnstown - Franklin and Main 

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Legion of Merit - 1943




Tech. Sgt. Donald Custer of Johnstown is shown receiving the Legion of Merit - November 26, 1943.

Sanitary Sewer Work - Coopersdale



Laying the sanitary sewer line in Coopersdale. 

Main Street



 
Some of the many stores that used to line the streets of Johnstown.

Monday, August 19, 2019

Strayer & Chandler



Intersection of Strayer and Chandler Avenue

Pre-1889



A repeat look at Pre-1889 Johnstown. Union Graveyard is now the site of the War Memorial.

A View of the Valley



Johnstown - Panorama View
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Friday, August 16, 2019

A Look at East Conemaugh



About I all I know about this picture is that it was taken in East Conemaugh