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16. Vintage Cows, Hershey, 1911

20 Rare Photos From Pennsylvania's Past That You've Probably Never Seen

"The Point" in 1954 at the start of its development into Pittsburgh's beautiful Point State Park

20 Rare Photos From Pennsylvania's Past That You've Probably Never Seen

7. An elderly man snoozes on his porch near Washington, PA.

17 Rare Photos Taken In Pennsylvania During The Great Depression

flashofgod: “Dorothea Lange, Old age near Washington, Pennsylvania, ”

15. Here's a scene photographed on the outskirts of Shenandoah.

17 Rare Photos Taken In Pennsylvania During The Great Depression

15. Here's a scene photographed on the outskirts of Shenandoah.

20. Bethlehem Steel Blast Furnaces, 1896

20 Rare Photos From Pennsylvania's Past That You've Probably Never Seen

Wrau-bethlehem-steel - Frederick Winslow Taylor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

7. Allentown Center Square,  November 11, 1918

20 Rare Photos From Pennsylvania's Past That You've Probably Never Seen

15. Broad St. Philadelphia, Celebrating the Armistice, November 11, 1918

20 Rare Photos From Pennsylvania's Past That You've Probably Never Seen

WWI: The announcing of the armistice on November was the occasion for a monster celebration in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Thousands massed on all sides of the replica of the Statue of Liberty on Broad Street, and cheered unceasingly.

1. Kinzua Bridge, c. 1959

20 Rare Photos From Pennsylvania's Past That You've Probably Never Seen

8. Looking North From Center Square in Allentown, 1876

20 Rare Photos From Pennsylvania's Past That You've Probably Never Seen

3. This Hungarian miner worked in Calumet, Pennsylvania for 34 years before finding himself unemployed with no pension.

17 Rare Photos Taken In Pennsylvania During The Great Depression

This Hungarian miner worked in Calumet, Pennsylvania for 34 years before finding himself unemployed with no pension.

November 1927 - A rare moment when both the old and the new bridges at The Point were in place. There were three bridges connecting The Point for about three years.

November 1927 - A rare moment when both the old and the new bridges at The Point were in place. There were three bridges connecting The Point for about three years.

11. The First Nickelodeon,  Pittsburgh, 1911

20 Rare Photos From Pennsylvania's Past That You've Probably Never Seen

17. Penway Theatre, Harrisburg, 1947

20 Rare Photos From Pennsylvania's Past That You've Probably Never Seen

14. A resident of Chaneysville stands in front of a grist mill that is still in operation today.

17 Rare Photos Taken In Pennsylvania During The Great Depression

A resident of Chaneysville stands in front of a grist mill that is still in operation today.

11. Another shot of the boys salvaging coal at Nanty Glo.

17 Rare Photos Taken In Pennsylvania During The Great Depression

13. A family gathers around their table for dinner in Bedford County.

17 Rare Photos Taken In Pennsylvania During The Great Depression

A family gathers around their table for dinner in Bedford County.

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