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First public school in ‘Logansville’

February 24, 2015 This photo provided by Yvonne Weaver shows the first public school in Logansville — now called Loganton. In 1840 the first public school was built in Logansville. more »»

 
 
 
Dolls from aorund the world

February 20, 2015 EXPRESS ARCHIVES These Express file photos dated May 14, 1966 show an event at the Ross Library where beautifully crafted dolls were put on display for the community. more »»

Who are they?

February 19, 2015 EXPRESS ARCHIVES This Express file photo printed in 1978 originally came from the Clinton County Historical Society, who was trying to identify these people pictured. more »»

Revisiting the February ice flood of 1918

February 17, 2015 Let’s face it — right now we’re all wallowing in misery because of the frigid weather, but let’s be thankful the weather isn’t that of what it was 97 years ago. more »»

old photo album

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old photo album

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old photo album

February 12, 2015 A souvenir This souvenir ticket is for the dedication luncheon held for the Sloan commemorative stam. more »»

The John Sloan postage stamp

February 12, 2015 This is a commemorative envelope from the first day of issue of the John Sloan postage stamp. The stamp shows the famed artist’s painting “The Wake of the Ferry. more »»

Dam opponents This Express file pho

February 11, 2015 EXPRESS ARCHIVES to dated July 26, 1954 shows opponents of the Army Engineers’ Report advocating three dams for the West Branch Valley, who got together during the hearings before the Senate... more »»

Dam opponents

February 11, 2015 EXPRESS ARCHIVES This Express file photo dated July 26, 1954 shows opponents of the Army Engineers’ Report advocating three dams for the West Branch Valley, who got together during the hearings... more »»

Community Minstrels show hit

February 10, 2015 EXPRESS ARCHIVES This Express file photo shows assorted scenes from the Community Minstrels, which started a three-day stay May 12, 1952 at the Teachers College auditorium. more »»

Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

February 4, 2015 EXPRESS ARCHIVES This Express file photo dated 1979 shows the winner of the coveted Town Crier Award for 1979-80, William H. Boswell, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. William . more »»

Orviston Brickyard

January 31, 2015 EXPRESS ARCHIVES This Express file photo shows the Orviston Brickyard crew at Hayes Run Plant around 1912. more »»

When lumber was king

January 30, 2015 This Express file photo shows Atwood Gardner Lumber Camp, a mile from Cammal Dam on Lick Run in 1892. more »»

Independent Hose in 1906

January 27, 2015 EXPRESS ARCHIVES This Express file photo shows Jersey Shore Independent Hose Co. No. 2 at the firehouse in 1906. more »»

old photo album

January 26, 2015 more »»

OLD PHOTO ALBUM

January 24, 2015 more »»

Keys to Camp-Hate-to-Leave-it

January 23, 2015 EXPRESS ARCHIVES This Express file photo dated March 13, 1965 shows keys to Camp-Hate-to-Leave-it being turned over to Dr. Richard T. more »»

Perfect weather to play

January 22, 2015 EXPRESS ARCHIVES This Express file photo dated June of 1965 shows the city’s playground with eager staff, starting the six-week season of organized recreation. more »»

Neighborhood picnic

January 21, 2015 EXPRESS ARCHIVES This undated Express file photo shows a group of neighbors on Susquehanna Avenue at the home of W.T. Griffith. more »»

 
 

Rummage/soup and bread sale February 27, 2015

11 a.m.-4 p.m., Great Island Presbyterian Church, Lock Haven, with chicken corn, chicken corn with rivals, vegetable beef, and ham and bean soups by the quart and homemade bread by the loaf. more »

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