Fb2 Allentown (Images of America) ePub
by Ann Bartholomew,Carol M. Front
|Author:||Ann Bartholomew,Carol M. Front|
|Publisher:||Arcadia Publishing; 1st Edition edition (April 8, 2002)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1858 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1137 kb|
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Local historian and author Ann Bartholomew has compiled a riveting photographic record of the vibrant city of Allentown.
Only 8 left in stock (more on the way). Local historian and author Ann Bartholomew has compiled a riveting photographic record of the vibrant city of Allentown.
by Ann Bartholomew, Carol M. Front. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780738509969 (978-0-7385-0996-9) Softcover, Arcadia Publishing, 2002. The Lehigh Valley Cement Industry (PA) (Images of America). by Carol M. Front, Martha Capwell Fox, Joan Minton Christopher.
Allentown (North America)
Allentown (North America). Show map of North America. John Snyder and Henry Bartholomew were employed by the Supreme Executive Council, on this same day of the Liberty Bell's journey, to convey money and papers of value from Philadelphia to Easton for protection. Worried about the growing tensions between America's North and South, residents of the counties of Lehigh and Northampton in Pennsylvania "called a public meeting at Easton 'to consider the posture of affairs and to take measures for the support of the National Government,'" according to Alfred Mathews and Austin N. Hungerford, authors of History of the Counties of Lehigh and.
Part of the Images of America: Pennsylvania Series). Front and Ann Bartholomew.
Allentown, the Queen City of the Lehigh Valley, is the youngest but largest of the three cities in the valley. Part of the Images of America: Pennsylvania Series).
Allentown (Images of America: Pennsylvania). The book Allen Town written by Ann Bartholomew is an interesting history of Allentown and its people. 0738509965 (ISBN13: 9780738509969). The book explains how Allentown became a major center of iron production in the mid 19t century with numerous other factories where many people worked such as pipe, engineering and manufacturing plants.
The book, complete with many old, seldom-seen pictures, describes Hess's as a unique department store with a combination of style and showmanship that made it a shopping legend for almost 100 years
Only 9 left in stock (more on the way). The book, complete with many old, seldom-seen pictures, describes Hess's as a unique department store with a combination of style and showmanship that made it a shopping legend for almost 100 years. It was founded in 1897 in Allentown by brothers Max and Charles Hess. Over the year's, the company's flagship store at 9th and Hamilton streets in downtown Allentown would play host to a who's who of celebrities and politicians, including Jimmy Carter, Johnny Carson, George Reeves, Hubert Humphrey, Lassie, and Rock Hudson.
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In Allentown, readers nostalgic for times past will find photographs showing the places they remember from years ago, the Pennsylvania Power & Light tower, and the effects of the devastating floods on the Lehigh River. Equally, newcomers who have heard about the great department stores of Hamilton Street, the trolley systems, Central Park, the breweries, and the iron and silk industries will treasure the images in this volume. Many places that still exist are shown in Allentown as they appeared in their earlier days. Perusing these pages will evoke memories and will provide opportunities for parents and grandparents to introduce a younger generation to the city as it was in their youth.