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Chris Corbin, Mapleton, supplied The Daily News with some photos from the Mapleton-Union His…

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Chris Corbin, Mapleton Borough Council president, shared this photo with The Daily News show…

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Chris Corbin, Mapleton Borough Council president, shared this undated photo of the Pennsylva…

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In this undated photo the marquee and front entrance to the legendary Alpine Theatre in Orbi…

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Here’s the front of an envelope mailed in June 1936 from Mount Union announcing the “First F…

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The new Entriken Bridge was being constructed near present day Lake Raystown Resort when thi…

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This stone-block foundation isn’t just any ordinary foundation. It’s a part of the massive R…

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Mount Union and southern Huntingdon County residents should recognize this once-popular movi…

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Remember Fouse’s Dairy which was headquartered along Route 26, just south of Marklesburg? In…

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An unidentified steam railroad fan at an East Broad Top Railroad Fall Rail Spectaculars watc…

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Can any of the readers provide the year this photo was taken? Many of the older Huntingdon C…

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Here’s an undated postcard scene of the Huntingdon County Courthouse. The familiar landmark …

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Can any of the readers identify this photo? It appears to be a school building. Contact Ron …

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Here’s a view of early Mount Union showing several of the community’s prosperous industrial …

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An unidentified Daily News reader brought in this postcard photo of the Huntingdon County Co…

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Here’s an undated postcard showing the county seat of Huntingdon. Can the readers locate any…

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Denny Scott of Ephrata and formerly of southern Huntingdon County, emailed this very old pho…

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Here’s an undated photo of the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot at Mount Union. Can the readers p…

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Daily News carrier Shawn Smith found this photo of the Orbisonia High School Class of 1948 J…

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Wells Tannery, Fulton County historian Jerry Wright submitted this interesting postcard phot…

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Where was this photo taken and who are the people in the automobile? What make and model is …

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Here’s an undated photograph of the old Wolf Furniture Co. store which once served the furni…

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Here’s an undated postcard with the words “Catholic Church and Parsonage, Huntingdon.” appea…

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A postcard scene of historic Huntingdon County looking east from the county seat of Huntingd…