Profiling six southern York County eateries offering inviting treasures that might have simply escaped your attention.
The front porch of Union Lutheran in York’s west end, for one, awaited the hundreds of factory and office workers and bosses from York Corporation and the other nearby factories, scores with loved one fighting on the beaches of France that day or scheduled for future waves.
Dr. Edmund Meisenhelder opened the earliest forerunner to Memorial Hospital in 1913 – in the Avenues in York, Pa. The Out Door Country Club and other iconic institutions operated there as well.
Leroy Atwater has assisted in bringing three monuments honoring black veterans in the York area from idea to completion.
Check out this neat, unrelated stuff about York County history from all over, including a new book on Gen. Jacob L. Devers and a mystery statue.
J. Horace Rudy came to York from Pittsburgh, but he settled into his new home more than a century ago, where he became known for his stained glass work, his paintings and his curatorial work.
Check out this neat, unrelated stuff about York County history, including George Washington Memorial Plaza and the unsung York Town Craftsmen Guild.
Check out this neat, unrelated stuff about York County, including skateboard deck art and when Gen. Devers paraded through York, Pa.
These barn photos are part of a recent picture release from Yale University of Library of Congress photos from the 1930s and 1940s. They were commissioned by the Farm Security Administration-Office of War Information.