Some things are happening in the newspaper world that I want to bring to your attention.
Living next to the Reading Viaduct, I have become more interested in the history of Pennsylvania's railroads. When Railroads of Lebanon County came across my radar, I knew I had to find a copy. Here are some of my favorite parts.
While looking up the frontpage I posted yesterday, I also dropped my Philadelphia address into the search tool and I was delighted to find what had occupied the site of my apartment more than a century ago. An engine, boiler, and elevators?! Today the lot holds a 3-story building, and certainly no industrial activity. What will be here in […]
Yesterday marked the 106th anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, a tragedy still remembered annually in New York City.
Posted by my pal Ryan today – crazy how small the crowd was!
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