The West Schuylkill Press-Herald summarized what Irvin Schwartz reported seeing in the bomb-damaged capital of Great Britain in March 1944.
The Lykens Standard voiced support for President Herbert Hoover and called the campaign against him illegitimate.
This newly acquired postcard shows Millersburg, Pennsylvania and the wide Susquehanna River as it winds through the mountains.
As one of the war-time correspondents for the "Press-Herald," Irvin Schwartz described what British newspapers looked like.
We recently acquired a new image of this Coal Region community in Northumberland County.
Sergeant Henry Keiser had escaped serious injury throughout the Civil War. His luck nearly ran out on October 19, 1864.
In a letter written on January 30, 1944, Pfc. Irvin Schwartz opined on high school basketball in his native Schuylkill County.
A filmmaker recorded silent moving images of a strip mine in operation in Schuylkill County in December 1917.
This journal documents a year of work at two anthracite collieries in Schuylkill County.
Irvin Schwartz looked forward to 1944 as being the year that he hoped would see the end of World War II.