Joan Concilio takes a look at York County’s shopping destinations through the years – from downtown to the suburbs and back again.
John F.M. Wolfe, the author of “Profile of Aviation, York County, Pennsylvania,” shared information about York County’s airmail pickup and delivery service in the 1930s and 1940s.
Only in York County readers share memories of York’s Central Elementary School and wonder about the former West Manchester Mall before the Walmart.
Phil Laughman of the Hellam area recalls some of the former businesses in the West York area, including J.B. Fishel’s Bakery and Beck’s Dairy, as well as the Allaman Maytag on the east side of York.
Only in York County readers are invited to share their memories of former local auto service stations, and to check out some past columns on that topic.
Readers of Only in York County remember the former West Manchester Consolidated School, the former Mount Rose Elementary School and the former Huntley’s Hamburgers.
Only in York County readers remember the Little Miss America pageant at Farquhar Park, a women’s dress shop in West Manchester Township and the sign of a mom-and-pop grocery store.
Readers of Only in York County recall the former Green Hedge Service Station in Dover, a pet cemetery near Seven Valleys and the former West Side Sanitarium.
Only in York County readers share their memories of roller-skating at Playland, Festival Foods, and the former West Side Osteopathic Hospital in York.