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The pagoda was built in 1910 to house the pump which supplied water for irrigating the park. It was designed by architect Alfred J. Priest and built by Thomas H. Carroll, contractor. In 1911 the roof was raised to provide room for the band platfor…
From this building many industries put people in motion.
The first was Harroun Motor Car Company, which built more than 3,000 vehicles here from 1915 to 1922. From 1924 to 1927 Gotfredson Truck made heavy duty trucks and bus chassis in this plant…
Solomon Northup, a free man of color from New York, was lured
to Washington, D.C. in 1841 and kidnapped into slavery.
Brought to New Orleans, he was sold to spend 12 years as a
slave in Central Louisiana arriving on the Red River in
This Section of highway is dedicated to honor the Avoyelles Parish Veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States, who served in Vietnam War. Those killed in action are listed in the order they were taken from us.Marine CPL Brian Gauthier-July …
Full two story Arts and Crafts dwelling with Colonial Revival facade. Built by Michel Bettevy, prominent local banker. Later home to Leroy Havard family and the family of Dr. Alton DeNux, former Mayor and State Representative.
In 1882, the firm known as Coulter, Rogers and Company purchased this land and erected a large three story 'L' shaped building here for the purpose of producing wool blankets. By 1890 the firm was doing business as Muncy Woolen Mill and turning ou…
Muncy Normal and High School, erected in 1873, was an architectural masterpiece of its day! In its early catalogues it was described as "centrally located, and commands a magnificent view of the entire valley. The Susquehanna Water Gap, six miles …
Dedicated to the
men and women of Lycoming County
who served our country
in time of war
[Dedicated] November 11, 1954
Little League's first scoring booth, eventually called the Club House. Constructed in 1943 for the 1944 season, with 2" red fir from the bleachers of Bowman Field. Designed with an 8ft. hinged desk facing the diamond for Mac McCloskey to record th…
"How would you like to play on a regular team with uniforms, a new ball for every game, and bats you can really swing?" Carl asked his nephews.
After Carl received 56 sponsorship rejections, his perseverance triumphed, and in 1939 his dream bec…