Cameron County Pennsylvania
An 1861 Engraving of Simon Cameron, the namesake of Cameron County
An 1869 photo of Emporium
Picture of Emporium, looking down 4th Street Circa 1910
A Birds Eye view of Emporium looking down West 4th Street Circa 1910.
Same View a few years later.
Another view of West 4th Street dated 1915. Note the streets are still dirt. They were not paved until 1916.
A Bird's Eye View of Emporium looking North West...note the Court House in the distance. Dated 1908
A Bird's Eye View of Emporium looking North...is the Court House out of view or not there???
A shot of Emporium from Keystone Manor area looking northeast.
A 1908 Post Card looking down East 4th Street from Broad St.
Another View of East 4th Street circa 1910
Looking west on 4th Street circa 1910
Another shot looking west on 4th Street
Yet another shot looking west on 4th Street.
A real photo of Allegheny Avenue- dirt streets!
C. H. Sage Jr. Stationary 1886
1906 View of South Broad Street- note the horse trough in the middle of the road!
1910 View of North Broad Street- note the road up the hill is not more than a path!
Keystone Block 1906- Stephen Saunders Hardware- still a Hardware today!
Early 1900's view of the Broad Street Bridge
1901 Ribbon for a Fireman's Convention in Emporium
Emporium, Pennsylvania Mountaineer # 1 Hose Company circa 1912
Charles Hamilton's 1911 Aero Plane- built in Emporium! He was killed in this plane in 1912!
Emporium Centennial Envelopes
A CCC Camp in Cameron County (Sizerville?)
Early photo of Rail Road Street in Sinnamahoning
Sinnamahoning or Wharton? Sinnamahoning!
1927 B&S Railroad Track & Bridge, Sinnamahoning, PA
A 1907 Post Card of Driftwood
Bird's Eye View of Driftwood circa 1910
Photo of the Driftwood Flood of 1936
A post card of East Allegheny Avenue looking east. Dated 1908Emporium, 1872 Engraving The Building in the foreground is the old Court House
An 1876 Engraving of Emporium. Check out the covered bridge!
A rare 1910 $10 from the Emporium National Bank- only 40 are known to exist!
A rare 1850 McKean County $5. Shippen Township was in McKean County in 1850
A rare 1850 McKean County $1
An early photo of the Cameron County Courthouse- no monuments
The Court House and Soldier's Monument a few years later
A 1930's photo of the Warner Hotel with the new Post Office
A 1940's post card of the Warner Hotel
A 1930's or 40's post card of the Cabin Kitchen
1905 Photo of the Columbia High School on West 6th Street
A commemorative spoon with the Columbia High School
An early 1900's post card of the East Ward High School
Henry Auchu's Mansion on West 4th Street
The Mansion as the Sylvania Club in the 1940's
Another View of the Sylvania Club
A 1920's Novelty Incandescent Lamp Co (NILCO) booklet
An early Sylvania Radio Tube
A Strip of Emporium Theater tickets- only 50 cents!
Emporium Milk Company Bottle
Photo of a F. X. Blumle's Blob Top Beer Bottle circa 1890's
Post Card of the Blumle Farm (I believe it was up Plank Road Hollow)
Another shot of the Blumle Farm. This must have been a model farm in it's day!
Early 1900's photo of the Dynamite Packing House of the Emporium Powder Works.
1929 Hercules Powder Plant Employees
Cameron Brick Works. Caulder Brick Works - Hunts Run. Courtesy of Prof. Tom Rich, Bucknell University
An early postcard of the Cameron Iron Works Courtesy of Prof. Tom Rich, Bucknell University
Another early postcard of the Cameron Iron Works Courtesy of Prof. Tom Rich, Bucknell University
Another view of the Blast Furnace
An old Emporium Police Shoulder Patch
An old Emporium Fire Police Shoulder Patch
The Current Cameron County Sheriff's Shoulder Patch
1900 Train Pass to Emporium
A Howard Lumber Company Logging Train
A 1907 Post Card of the New State Road in Emporium.
1919 Postcard of the Bucktail Trail between Renova and Sinnamahoning
1925 Postcard of the Bucktail Trail between Emporium and St. Marys
1925 Postcard of the Bucktail Trail between Emporium and Driftwood
1925 Postcard of the Bucktail Trail driving into Driftwood
A 1920's Postcard of the Bucktail Trail at Tunnel Hill
Another View of Tunnel Hill
A rare 1906 photo of St. Marks Catholic Church with it's original Steeple
1910 photo of the Presbyterian Church
1911 photo of the Episcopal Church on East 4th St.
1920 post card of the M.E. Church on 4th Street
Barclay Train from the Barclay Brothers Lumber Company
A Goodyear logging crane, possibly somewhere along First Fork.
1880's Barclay Brother's Script used in their Company Store- courtesy Pete Bennett
1832 Pennsylvania Map with Emporium shown!
W. H. MITCHELL DRUGGIST DRIFTWOOD, PA. Medicine bottle!
An 1888 envelope from Driftwood
An 1860's envelope from Driftwood from the same J. O. Brookbanke as above
A link to Ginny's Genealogy Page and photos of the 1942 Flood
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