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Larry Williams appears in his Saxton home, where the avid Huntingdon and Broad Top Railroad …

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Did you know that baseball great, “Nellie” Fox (1927-1975) was born in the St. Thomas area o…

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A group of Broad Top area baseball players appear at Broad Top City during the early 1950s. …

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The Orbisonia High School Band marches past the old Alpine Theatre in downtown Orbisonia. Ca…

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Ron Morgan needs information about these youngsters who appeared at an event in Woodvale a n…

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Remember the Shapiro Theatre at Mount Union? Many movie-goers from the Mount Union area and …

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Remember the popular Ford’s Service Station located on the northern end of Shade Gap, along …

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Can readers help identify the members and officers of the Saxton American Legion Post 169 in…

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This picture isn’t historical in nature, but we thought the readers would enjoy it anyhow. T…

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Here’s another mystery photo depicting a couple in a horse and buggy somewhere in Huntingdon…

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With the Fourth of July just around the corner, The Daily News thought readers would appreci…

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The past several weeks have been hot in the area, so here’s a real “cool” winter scene of a …

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Older residents of Huntingdon may remember this scene from the glory days of the Pennsylvani…

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This undated postcard scene of the legendary Pennsylvania Railroad Station at Huntingdon rec…

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Can readers identify the location of this old bridge? There’s no writing on the back of the …

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It was winter when this early 1950s photo was taken in front of the old Robertsdale High Sch…

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The historic “Greenwood Works” was once a striving ironmaking complex situated in northeaste…

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This is what downtown Saxton looked like in 1969. Note the Ben Franklin Store on the left. D…

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Columnist Morgan continues his search for information about the Alpine Theatre which once op…

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Can the readers help provide the names of these H&BT Railroad workers? The photo is beli…

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Help us identify these former employees of the Huntingdon and Broad Top Mountain Railroad. T…

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A few weeks ago a photo of Marklesburg appeared in this spot. One of the readers, Colby Grub…

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We need the readers assistance identifying this undated, photo. Is the group of people stand…

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Recognize any of these pressmen? In the undated photo, several Daily News employees appear b…

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Attention James Creek readers. Here’s an undated scene of Marklesburg. Can the readers help …