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Historical Documents
Army Soldiers Killed in World War II from the Counties of:
Lackawanna, Luzerne, Wayne, Wyoming and Susquehanna NEW
Ralph E. Weeks Company, Scranton, PA
Lt. Ezra S. Griffin GAR Post 139, Scranton, PA., Memorial Day, 1914
Lackawanna Railroad 1915 Mountain & Lake Resorts
45th Annual Pennsylvania GAR Encampment, 1911
Church of the Good Shepherd 1907 Cookbook
Scranton Board of Trade January 1892
Scranton Board of Trade October 1913
German Music Festival Program. "Scranton Liederkranz" was July 21st to 23rd, 1890
Deborah Edith Wallbridge Carr / Henry James Carr
Scranton's New YMCA Building, 1903
YMCA of Scranton, Pa., 23rd Annual Report, 1891
Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) of Pa. 2nd Annual Convention, 1889
Conrad Lorenz Citizenship Papers
Carbondale 1893 Graduation Class
Carbondale High School 1915 Graduation Class with Pictures
Incorporation of Providence, Luzerne County, into a Bourough, 1849
Industries of 1881:  Archbald;  Carbondale;  Scranton (including Hyde Park, Providence and Dunmore). Most individuals are described with biographical information, although initials are often used in place of first names.
Scranton Prior to September 1840 by Edward Merrifield, 1895.
Marriage documentation provided by David Decker - scans
George Decker and Clara Bennett 1902 Marriage
George Jackson and Eva Stiles 1909 Marriage
Jennie Toomey and Martin Corey 1909 Marriage
Lawrence Toomey Bridget Gerrity 1907 Marriage
David Decker Maud Jackson 1895 Marriage
Marriage of Stephen Lyman and Elizabeth Rosar
Scranton High School
Impressions, March 1899 - scans
Impressions, June 1899 - with class members named - scans
Three Charles H. Silkman c1845 Letters (scanned) to Chester Tuttle
Andrew Mitchell Hose Co. 1905 Letter
Home for the Friendless, Scranton, 1875 Annual Report - members & donors
Home for the Friendless - newspaper articles and documents LINK
Scranton Memorial Day Program, May 31, 1920
Manual: Scranton Poor District, 1895
West Side Bank History
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