Monthly Archives: October 2014
The Library of Congress (LOC) has many photos of the Roebling Aqueduct turned Bridge. I am fascinated with Roebling’s Aqueduct, obviously, and have collected a few more photos from LOC for this and another post. Unfortunately there are no dates … Continue reading
I wrote about the Herald building in a 2012 post.
The Austin family met their neighbors the Collins family, at least by 1860. The family was from Ireland and listed as James, 58, a farmer, his wife Isabella, 56, Mary Jane, 25, Robert B., 20. Children Tom and Annie Collins … Continue reading
The February 1938 Sunday Mirror Magazine section mentioned that after Katie Stege’s death, when her personal property was sold at auction, in addition to her 35 Persian cats, there were 48 rabbits, 17 ducks, 4 goats, 22 pigs, 19 sheep, … Continue reading