In recent weeks, we’ve added two images to our small, but growing archive of historical images of the Coal Region.
The first is a postcard view of the historic Morris Building in downtown Pottsville, home to the Dives, Pomeroy, and Stewart department store and the Gowen Post #23 of the Grand Army of the Republic. The postcard was post-marked in 1910.
The next image was taken in 1905 or 1906 on Pottsville Street in Wiconisco Township, Dauphin County. This community is near and dear to my heart, as I trace much of my family tree to Wiconisco, my grandparents still live there, and I grew up just east in Williamstown.
Do you have images you’d like to share here? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org – we’d love to share!
Featured image: Wiconisco Township in 1906 (Author’s Collection)
One thought on “Two new additions to the Wynning History image archive show scenes in Pottsville and Wiconisco”
Hi Jake, I couldn’t get the full-sized image link to work on the Wiconisco photo from 1905-6. Can you send me a link or provide info on the repository? My great grandfather was born there, as well as his parents (Workman, Romberger, Myers). Love Wynning History! Thanks, Jim in Montana