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Friday, August 28, 2020


Carrolltown - 1894

Heading towards Town

VJ Repeat - Clinton Street heading towards town - the mill is on the right hand side - off camera. 

Buy a Durant

Durant - Just A Real Good Car

Monday, August 24, 2020

Jolly Roger

Jolly Roger Restaurant.

Baseball Champs

1915 PRR Champs taken on the old Conemaugh Field.
Front Row - left to right: Wright, "Biz" O'Brien, Fred Fees, William Smith, "Dutch" Otto, John Stover and Jimmie Neilson.
Back Row - left to right: George B. Hunter, Bowen, Unknown, Reighard, Harper Emerick and Mike Wagner.1915 PRR Champs taken on the old Conemaugh Field.

Car Barn

Bus Barn - Moxham

Saturday, August 22, 2020


VJ Repeat for the new readers that just came onboard.

Curry Garage

Curry's Garage - McConaughy Street - Cambria City


Johnstown population in 1894 - 24,544. At the time - the city had 17 wards. Kernville, Roxbury, Morrellville, Oakhurst (Sheridan Station), Coopersdale, Rosedale and Upper Prospect were still not part of the city at the time. 

Friday, August 21, 2020

Monday, August 17, 2020

Cyburt's - Cambria City

Cyburt's Market - 301 McConaughy Street - Cambria City

Lorain Steel - Moxham

U.S. Steel - Lorain Division - Moxham


The first YMCA in Johnstown on Main Street.
Just can't quite make out all the kids.

Saturday, August 15, 2020

August 15, 1945: WAR IS OVER!

Clarence Heaton
John Pecze
William Young
Nunzio Calderone
Birth Notes:
Mr. & Mrs. Chester Chaney - son
Mr. & Mrs. Clifford Smith - son
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Lisko - daughter
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Wirick - daughter
The Johnstown Democrat - August 15, 1945