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Abbey Church, Huntingdon, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

B. F. Africa, submitted by Linda Kush

 

Alfarata Elementary School Second Grade Students, taken by the teacher, Ruth Cunningham, on the Moore Street side of the playground in the spring of 1931; submitted by Boyd Jensen

  First row: Bobby Peightal; Kenneth David; Bobby Morrow; Charles Campbell; (Ted English ?); Jimmy Heaton; unknown : Helen McConahey; unknown

  Second row: Martha Swigart; Marian Saylor; Vera Shinn; Virginia B ?; Jean Wallace; Miriam Poulson; unknown (kneeling)

  Third row: Miriam Yoder; unknown; Catherine Alcorn; Winifred Beatty; unknown; unknown; Don Steel; Boyd Jensen

  Fourth row: Bill Liebig; Louise Stayer; unknown; unknown; Herman Speck; Bernard Tewell; Fred Lang; (Fred Wells ?)

  Back row: unknown; unknown

 

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Joseph Jackson Barben, submitted by Susan Smith

 

Rachel Elizabeth Barben, daughter of Alexander and Susan Barben. She married Maurice Burlew and lived in Mount Union., submitted by Susan Smith

 

Death and interment certificate of Solomon Barbin, Orbisonia resident, Pvt., Co. B, 110th Pennsylvania Infantry, who died of typhoid fever in the in Military Asylum Hospital, Washington DC, on October 29, 1862, submitted by Susan Smith

 

Tombstone of Solomon Barbin, resident of Cromwell Twp., Pvt., Co. B, 110th Pennsylvania Infantry, Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, DC, submitted by Susan Smith

 

David Barrick, submitted by Linda Kush

 

Black Family

 

Blair Park, Huntingdon, submitted by Maureen Stell

 

Blair Park, Huntingdon, submitted by Maureen Stell

 

James Bruce Boring family , submitted by T. J. Shumaker

  James Bruce Boring (5/5/1860 - 8/6/1962) b. and lived in Mill Creek area until 1932.

  His wife Mable "Thompson" Boring (Unknown - 7/19/1944)

  Their children Lois - the oldest girl; Harold B.; Mary B. (11/18/1890 - 3/19/1977)

 

Broad Top Coal Mine, submitted by Cathy Luckenbaugh

 

Broad Top Coal Mine, submitted by Cathy Luckenbaugh

 

Brumbaugh Homestead at Timothy Meadows, Marklesburg, before being destroyed by fire, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

Wealthy Agnes (Clark) Burkholder, daughter of William F.  & Diana (Houck) Clark.  Born 9/13/1848, in Huntingdon County.  Died in 1933.  Wife of Daniel C. Burkholder  Submitted by Lana Clark; photo courtesy of the Bard family

 

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Canal and Single-Track Line, P.R.R., Huntingdon, in 1850, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

Mary Etta (Kauffman) Cassady and her mother, Millie (Thompson) Kauffman Rex, submitted by Sue Smith

 

David Franklin Cassady and his wife, Josephine Barben, submitted by Sue Smith

 

Cassady sisters of Huntingdon County.  The only positive ID is of Ella Jane, but others are believed to be correct.  Birth dates range from 1849 to 1863.

Back: Anne Cassady Ealy, Ellen Cassady Snyder, Catherine Cassady Kline

Front: Mary Jane Cassady Hatt, Ella Jane Cassady Hatt, Margaret Cassady Walker.

Mary Jane and Ella Jane were twins who married brothers.  Submitted by Lana Clark.

 

James Cassady, husband of Jennina S. Ealy, was born April 1, 1855 in Magog, Quebec.  He was a resident of Huntingdon, Huntingdon County, submitted by Susan Smith

 

Martha Ann (Barben) Cassady obituary, submitted by Susan Smith

 

Owen J. Cassady and his wife, Martha Ann (Barben) Cassady, submitted by Susan Smith

 

James Alexander Cassady and his wife, Mary Etta, on the 50th Wedding Anniversary. James was born in 1871, in Wayne Twp. He was the son of David Cassady and Josephine Barben. Mary Etta was born in Mapleton, in 1874. She was the daughter of David C. Kauffman and Amelia "Millie" Thompson, and the granddaughter of William M. Thompson and Mary E. Gilliland of Mill Creek.  Submitted by Susan Smith

 

Philip Cassady, 1858-1913 resident of Mount Union.  He was the husband of Fannie Fraley of Orbisonia and Bellie Kyle.  He worked for the Harbison-Walker plant and he was a policeman for Mount Union.  Submitted by Susan Smith

 

Ralph B. and Arly Cassady of Mt. Union. Ralph was the son of Owen and Mattie Cassady., submitted by Sue Smith

 

Cassville 4th of July Parade, 1901, submitted by Fred Scott

 

Catholic Church, Huntingdon submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

James & Jacob Chilcoat and Ernest Medling, submitted by Kim Williams

 

Church Fire, Huntingdon, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

Grace Clark, in a photo taken at age 17, 17 Aug 1890-26 Feb 1984. Her first husband was Cloyd Myers, and after being widowed she married George Landis.  Submitted by Lana Clark; photo courtesy of Patrica McGarvey.

 

James Allen Clark, cigar in hand, with son, James Leon Clark on lap.  Submitted by Lana Clark.

 

William F. & Diana (Houckl) Clark family.  Submitted by Lana Clark.

 

Huntingdon sesquecentenial coin, 1937, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

Corbin Family Photos

 

Court House, submitted by Maureen Stell

 

Court House, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

Clara A. Cutshall, submitted by Deborah

 

Urilla (Locke) Cutshall, submitted by Deborah

 

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Jimmy Detwiler, well-known Smithfield baseball fan, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

Martin P. Doyle (2), born 1838 (probably in County Galway), Ireland, died 1916, interred at Riverview Cemetery, Huntingdon, submitted by Phyllis Edwards.

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East Broad Top Railroad Pass, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

East Broad Top Railroad Shops, submitted by Terry and Scott Wagoner

 

Edwards Family, submitted by Katherine Edwards Art

 

Alexander Elliott, submitted by Linda Kush

 

David Rittenhouse Porter Enyeart, submitted by Linda Thompson

 

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First National Bank, Huntingdon, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

JD Flood & Company, Mt. Union, submitted by Teresa Delikat

 

David Flott (Flood) submitted by Teresa Delikat

 

Daniel and Susannah (Henry) Flott (Flood) Parents of David, Henry, Emanuel Flott (Flood) submitted by Teresa Delikat

 

Elizabeth (Hanawalt) Flott (Flood) Marriage Certificate Photo submitted by Teresa Delikat

 

Emanuel Flott (Flood) Marriage Certificate Photo submitted by Teresa Delikat

 

Henry L. Flott (Flood), 1921 submitted by Teresa Delikat

 

Matilda Ellen (Briggs) Flott (Flood) Wife of Henry Flott (Flood) with her sister Rachel (Briggs) Schmittle submitted by Teresa Delikat

 

Henry and Matilda and family, 1920 submitted by Teresa Delikat

 

1889 Flood Scene, Huntingdon, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

Flood pictures, 1972 submitted by Don Brumbaugh

  Alexandria

  Cottage near Ardenheim

  Billboard

  Flooded Highway

  Huntingdon, Grant Plaza

  Huntingdon, Blair Building

  Huntingdon Drive-In

  Huntingdon, East Penn Street

  Huntingdon, Esso station

  Huntingdon Municipal parking lot

  Huntingdon, Penn Street parking lot

  Huntingdon, downtown  parking lot

  Huntingdon, junk piles

  Licking Creek, Route 103

  Mapleton, flooded truck

  Mill Creek Post Office

  Newton Hamilton, cottage

  Newton Hamilton, damaged trailer

  Portstown

  Portstown Arch

  Portstown Arch after water receded

  Portstown scene

  Route 22 highway workman

  Saxton area

  Shoups Run

  Smithfield 1

  Smithfield debris

  Smithfield mud

  Stranded puppy

  Sunnyside, near Hopewell

  Tyrone, Blair County

  Williamsburg, Blair County

  Road near Williamsburg

 

Helen Kathleen "Kathy" Foster (1929-2008) and her brother Cloyd Franklin Foster,  Jr. (1924-1999). Photo taken on Aug 20, 1944.  She was 15 yrs, 7 months.  He was 20 years, 3 months.  Photo was undoubtedly taken in Huntingdon, PA.  Contributed by Alan Saltsman.

 

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Gilboa Reformed Church, photographed in 1940 by Leslie Newton and Harriette (Schulte) Palmer, submitted by Sue Palmer

 

Joseph Gifford, b. 1802 in Huntingdon county, and wife, Sarah, submitted by Mike Gifford

 

Greenwood Furnace , submitted by Ken Boonie

 

Greenwood Furnace Church, submitted by Ken Boonie

 

Solomon Grove Family, submitted by Patsy Lethgo

 

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Annie Almeta Hatt, d/o William F. & Ella Jane (Cassady) Hatt.   Submitted by Lana Clark

 

Ella Jane (Cassady) Hatt, 1/20/1857-1/21/1911  Submitted by Lana Clark

 

William Franklin Hatt, 5/27/1857-4/5/1918.  Husband of Ella Jane Cassady.  Submitted by Lana Clark.

 

Elijah Corbin Houck, 9/5/1833-6/27/1923, son of Elijah Washington & Delia (Corbin) Houck . Photo taken no later than 1869.  Photo courtesy of Lisa Rieger.  Submitted by Lana Clark.

 

Margaret Greene Houck, died at Cairo, Illinois in 1869.  Wife of Elijah C. Houck; daughter of Kenzie L. & Diana (Hudson) Greene.  Photo courtesy of Lisa Rieger.  Submitted by Lana Clark.

 

Hotel Huntingdon, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

5th Street, Huntingdon, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

6th at Penn Street, Huntingdon, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

Birds-eye view from cliffs of Huntingdon, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

View from the cliffs in Huntingdon, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

East from Blair Factory, Huntingdon, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

General view of Huntingdon, PA and Juniata Valley, submitted by Nancy Lorz

 

Huntindon & Broad Railroad, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

Huntingdon High School, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

Main business section, Huntingdon, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

Panoramic view of Huntingdon, 1913, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

Penn Street, Huntingdon - 1907, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

Penn Street, Huntingdon, submitted by Maureen Stell

 

Penn Street (same as above but grayscale photo), submitted by Abby Bowman

 

Penn Street, from Fifth Street, Huntingdon, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

Penn Street, looking west between Fourth and Fifth Streets, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

Washington Street, between Fifth and Sixth Streets, Huntingdon, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

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Pennsylvania Industrial School, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

Pennsylvania Industrial Reformatory Entrance, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

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J. C. Blair Division, Western Tablet Company, Huntingdon, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

Gateway approach, J. C. Blair Memorial Hospital, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

J. C. Blair Hospital and Nurses Building, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

J. C. Blair Hospital, submitted by Maureen Stell

 

J. C. Blair Hospital, submitted by Maureen Stell

 

J. C. Blair Memorial Hospital, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

J. C. Blair Memorial Hospital, Aeria View, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

Jefferson School, submitted by Dave Wilson

 

1910 Jefferson School Includes student names, submitted by Dave Wilson

 

Juniata College, submitted by Maureen Stell

 

Juniata River, submitted by Maureen Stell

 

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Kissinger Family

 

Calvin Kough (left), station agent for East Broad Top Railroad at Robertsdale, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

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Leister House, Huntingdon, PA  dated 2 Feb 1918, submitted by Nancy Lorz

 

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Mark's corner store, Huntingdon, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

Martin Family, submitted by Lynn Ayers

 

Masonic Rooms, Orbisonia, submitted by Patty Cavill

 

Bernard and Bernice (Werner) McMath, c1938, submitted by Mike Gifford

 

McMath Farm, c1940.  The farm has been in the McMath family since 1856, submitted by Mike Gifford

 

Ernest Medling and James & Jacob Chilcoat, submitted by Kim Williams

 

Memorial Day Parade, June 19, 1911, submitted by Terry and Scott Wagoner

 

Sarah Edith (Hawn) Miller, b. 1890, son David Garfield Miller, and granddaughter.  Photo taken c1938.  Submitted by Nancy Lorz

 

Miller Brothers military photo.  Both of these fine-looking young brothers from Mount Union are serving Uncle Sam and both on a far-distant shore.  But it is their good fortune to be serving at the same place, Tokyo, and in the same service, General Headquarters, in the Japanese capital.  The one on the left above is Lieutenant Bernard Miller and the one at the right, T/5 David Miller, and they are the sons of Mrs. Edward Miller of Vandevender Street, Mount Union.  A third brother S/Sgt Victor L. Miller, was discharged last October after having been in England for 42 months. Probably from the Mt. Union Times.  Picture was taken some time after 1945 but before 1954.  The plane Bernard Miller was on was lost in the Pacific Ocean in 1954. Submitted by Nancy Lorz

 

Victor L. Miller son of James Edward and Sarah Edith (Hawn) Miller of Mt. Union.  He was born 19 Jan 1919 - died 28 Aug 1989.  Photo taken 14 Dec. 1942., submitted by Nancy Lorz

 

Fannie Morgan's Store, Robertsdale, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

Mount Nebo EUB Church, submitted by Nancy Lorz

 

Mount Union, view along the Juniata River, submitted by Sue Palmer

 

Mount Union, view looking east, submitted by Sue Palmer

 

Mount Union in the 1936 Flood, submitted by Carrie Smith

 

Mount Union Arch, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

Mount Union Lime Kilm, photographed in 1940 by Leslie Newton and Harriette (Schulte) Palmer, submitted by Sue Palmer

 

Mount Union Methodist Church, submitted by Sue Palmer

 

Mount Union Train Wreck, submitted by Nancy Lorz

 

Municipal Swimming pool, Huntingdon, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

Municipal Swimming Pool, Huntingdon, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

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Katheryn Grace (Cassady) Norris, submitted by Sue Smith

 

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Orbisonia School, circa 1918, submitted by Lana Clark

 

Scenes from Orbisonia, submited by Patsy Lethgo

 

Scenes from Orbisonia, submited by Patsy Lethgo

 

Scenes from Orbisonia, submited by Patsy Lethgo

 

Scenes from Orbisonia, submited by Patsy Lethgo

 

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David Newton Palmer, born March, 1860 in Hill Valley, died November, 1923 in Harrisburg, is marked on the 1900 photo as "Dad Palmer;" great-grandfather of Sue Palmer

 

David Newton Palmer Family - front row L-R: Preston Lark Palmer, David Newton Palmer, Cary Alice (Stunkard) Palmer, Remick Ray Palmer; back row L-R: Anna Barbara (Palmer) Moss Longueway, Leslie Newton Palmer, Beulah Esther (Palmer) DeHetre, Alice Cary Palmer, photographed c1913 in front of the Palmer farm house, located on Highway 522, submitted by Sue Palmer

 

The three sons of David Newton Palmer of Mt Union, PA, photographed c1925: L-R: Remick Ray Palmer, Preston Lark Palmer (seated), Leslie Newton Palmer, submitted by Sue Palmer

 

Leslie Newton Palmer, born in Shirley Twp, and Harriette (Schulte) Palmer, born in Detroit, MI, taken in 1940 in front of Remick Ray Palmer's house at 500 S. Division in Mt Union, grandparents of Sue Palmer

 

William "Buffalo" and Mary Jane (Miller) Parsons, submitted by Teresa Delikat

 

William "Buffalo" Parsons, submitted by Teresa Delikat

 

110th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, a Huntingdon county unit, submitted by Sue Smith

 

Petersburg power dam, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

P.R.R.  railroad depot, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

P.R.R. railroad depot, Huntingdon, PA about 1918, submitted by Nancy Lorz

 

P.R.R. Signal Tower, below Blair Factory, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

P.R.R. station, Huntingdon, PA, submitted by Maureen Stell

 

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1930 Robertsdale High School Football Team, submitted by Dawn Bollinger

 

1931 Robertsdale High School Football Team, submitted by Dawn Bollinger

 

Adam, Jr., and Elizabeth Jane (Corbin) Rupert, submitted by Kim Williams

 

Harry Elwood Rupert, submitted by Kim Williams

 

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Saltillo in 1907  This is a postcard postmarked Saltillo, May 8 1907 adressed to Mrs J.E. Wagoner, Pitcairn PA, from.  The writing on the front reads: "What do you think of this do you know any of these ans my letter Mary." , submitted by Terry and Scott Wagoner

 

Saltillo School, 1908-1909 This postcard was sent by Alice, Elsie, Helen, Martha, Pearl, and Harvey Long to their Uncle Jesse and Aunt Martha, Heeter Wagoner in Pitcairn PA.  You might not be able to see but they placed an 'x' on each of their pictures. , submitted by Terry and Scott Wagoner

 

1924 Saltillo Grammer School, submitted by RDPAARK@aol.com

 

Honor Students at Saltillo High School, submitted by Ruth Curfman. It is believed the photo is from 1946.

 

School, early 1900s, submitted by Mike Gifford

 

SCIH drill batallion, Huntingdon, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

Paul Shoop and wife Margaret (Parsons Ridenour), Tell Twp, submitted by Teresa Delikat

 

Smithfield school, c1930.  The girl marked "1" is Kathryn Dillen.  Contributor: Nina Graeme

 

Smithfield school, Second Grade, 1945-1946, submitted by Barbara Lautherboren

 

Smithfield-Juniata Joint Elementary School, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

  Faculty and Staff

  A.M. Kindergarten

  P.M. Kindergarten

  First Grade, Miss Shuler

  First Grade, Mrs. Lightner

  Second Grade, Mrs. Miterko

  Second and Third Grade, Mrs. Yoder

  Third Grade, Mrs. Egolf

  Fourth Grade, Mrs. Isett

  Fourth and Fifth Grade, Mrs. Brammer

  Fifth Grade, Mr. Black

  Sixth Grade, Mrs. Norris

  Seventh Grade, Mrs. Clapper

  Eighth Grade, Mrs. Wright

  Eighth Grade, Mr. Cunningham

  Seventh and Eighth Grade Chorus

  Band

 

Standing Stone Monument, submitted by Clair Kenyon

 

Caroline (Boring) Spielman, Henry Steven "Martin" Spielman (Caroline's husband), John W. Potter and Angeline (Boring) Potter, c1903 at Indian Cliff Dwellings, Colorado Springs, CO, submitted by Bob and Barbara Black

 

Elizabeth Nikirk Spielman, 12/12/1800 Centre County, PA - 2/2/1872 Tekamah, NE, married John George Spielman 10/10/1820, sister to Sarah Miles Nighkirk wife of Jacob Black, both of whom died in Huntingdon Co. Pa.; husband was cousin to the Black and Potter families of Huntingdon Co.; mother in law to Caroline Boring; wife of Martin Spielman; from a picture taken of a framed picture in Jan 1968 by Nellie Black Doyle Thornton, owned by her Elizabteth's son Jesse Spielman and given to Sam S Griffin son of Maud S Spielman Griffin by Nora Spielman, submitted by Bob and Barbara Black

 

Henry Steven "Martin" Spielman and wife Caroline (Boring) Spielman, submitted by Bob and Barbara Black

 

Stell Family Photos, submitted by Maureen Stell

 

Stone Creek, Huntingdon, submitted by Keith Fisher

 

Stone Creek, From Bridge, Huntingdon, submitted by Keith Fisher

 

Susquehanna Silk Mill, Huntingdon, submitted by Don Brumbaugh

 

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Three Springs Gristmill, submitted by Donna Skaggs

 

Three Springs Postmarked Jun 22 1908, sent to the first wife of Jesse Wagoner, Martha, Heeter Wagoner living in Pitcairn PA.   Writing: Martha Myrte is about over the shock of you people leaving and is now getting better  Tobe, ? was down the other day hope you people are all OK out there, then a word, maybe can't tell.  There is no punctuation to speak of!  It is from Ed Myrte, sp?.  Jesse Wagoner worked on the RR in the area but left and went to work on RR in the Pittsburgh area., submitted by Terry and Scott Wagoner

 

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Walnut Grove Church, submitted by Jim Wible

 

Walnut Grove Cemetery, submitted by Jim Wible

 

Warrior's Mark School  Reunion photo taken in late 1950s or early 1960s.  Only 5 people are identified on the back of the photo. My grandmother was Dorothy, Switzer McIntire.  First row, left to right, Lulu Switzer, Vema Contrad Buck, unknown, Prudence Dorothy, Switzer McIntire, unknown, unknown, Genevieve, Switzer Birdy, Edith Buck, and the rest are unknown. Submitted by Dottie Keller Summerlin

 

Warriors Mark School, submitted by Aileen Fulcomer

 

Watsontown Depot, submitted by Maureen Stell

 

Charles Westbrook Family, submitted by Lynn Ayers

 

Bessie Whitsel and sons  Sons were all in World War II at the same time, submitted by Georgean Culbertson-Mackey

 

William Penn Highway & P.R.R., along the Juniata River, Huntingdon, submitted by Keith Fisher

 

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