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Cruisin’ in style

May 21, 2015 This photo provided by Russ Finch of Jersey Shore shows some people having fun cruising along in Lock Haven. It looks like there is some sort of celebration going on. more »»

Lock Haven’s ox-roast man at Horseheads, N.Y.

May 20, 2015 EXPRESS ARCHIVES This Express file photo dated October 1962 shows Lockport man Mike Probst, who was just about to turn 90-years-old at the time of this shot, with his grandson, Steve Rickard beside... more »»

Who are these Dinky Engine men?

May 19, 2015 PHOTO PROVIDED BY JIM DAVY This photo provided by Jim Davy is a bit ambiguous, and he has asked Express readers for help. Although Mr. more »»

Police station

May 11, 2015 more »»

Jersey Shore firemen

May 5, 2015 EXPRESS ARCHIVES This Express file photo shows Jersey Shore firemen before a convention on Aug. 19 and 20, 1909, posing in front of the firehouse. more »»

Old photo album

April 28, 2015 This group photo was taken at a Businessmen’s Picnic circa 1930 in Zindel Park. In front are F.D. O’Reilly and H.F. more »»

Aerial view of Sugar Valley School

April 24, 2015 PHOTO PROVIDED BY YVONNE WEAVER This photo was taken sometime before the Elementary addition was added. It shows the 1910 portion and the 1938 addition. more »»

1936 Flood

April 22, 2015 EXPRESS ARCHIVES A caption on the back of this photo from 1974 reads, “This is a view of East Main Street near the Garden Theater during the flood of March 1936. more »»

From home to library

April 21, 2015 EXPRESS ARCHIVES This photo captioned “West Main Street below Third” shows the Annie Halenbake Ross Library at 232 W. Main St. more »»

Link to the outside world

April 16, 2015 PHOTO PROVIDED BY JIM DAVY Before the days of improved highways, automobiles and trucks, remote villages and towns like Monument, depended on the railroad for a connection to the outside. more »»

The big engine

April 15, 2015 PHOTO PROVIDED BY JIM DAVY This massive stationary steam engine was the single power source for nearly all of the clay processing machinery in the Monument Brickyard during the Glory Years of... more »»

The transition period

April 9, 2015 In 1902, or thereabouts, the little village of Monument began several years of major changes, all of which were for the better. more »»

The Clinton Fire Brick Co. in Monument

April 8, 2015 PHOTO PROVIDED BY JIM DAVY One of the earliest known photographs of the first brickyard in Monument dates to 1899. Note the square smokestack at the extreme right of the picture. more »»

Monument’s first brickyard

April 7, 2015 In 1893, rich clay deposits were discovered in a wilderness area of Clinton County by Luther Paterson of Lock Haven Who could have foreseen that these basic earth minerals would eventually be the... more »»



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