The Red Lion Country Club’s banquet hall erupts in flames in February, as captured by
Linked in/Neat stuff, below: Graves moving at York church/Remember Weinbrom? This remote section of Royal Square
Linked in/Neat stuff, below: Hanover Civil War walking tour/Spotting vintage items at yard sales All roads,
One Marketway West, associated with York County government in recent years, will be remodeled into
Before S. Morgan Smith was an industrialist – perhaps the leading industrialist in York County, Pa.’s, history – he was a pastor. And early in his call as a minister, he served as a military chaplain. He was mustered out of the military 150 years ago, and his biographers have set up a presentation to tell about how this minister came to serve in the military.
This mega York County, Pa., celebration came in 1927, the 150th anniversary of the adoption of the Articles of Confederation. It looked back to the days when Continental Congress met in York. It included a pageant, seen here, and the posting of large paintings of patriots around York’s square.