aminorbender

Ellwood City, PA

#1 Sep 29, 2008
Harry..who are you? When did you graduate? Where did you live? I'm so glad I found these photos..name of the game here is reminising...nice photos...good job! I love them.
Mickey Carr

Bloomfield Hills, MI

#2 Dec 18, 2008
What a trip down memory lane. All of the pictures were great & I can remember them like it was yesterday. Great job Harry who ever you are.
Melissa

Uniontown, PA

#3 Apr 20, 2009
Harry, Great pictures! I am wondering if you have any old photos of Second St, when the street was lined with trees and before all the houses were gone.( By Methodist Church ) If so could you please post them? Thank you
harry

Palm Bay, FL

#4 Apr 23, 2009
I didn't start photos until after Second Street was denuded. I was mostly interested in the downtown area as I produced a history of Brownsville. Second Street originally was a road that went to a ferry at Alicia and then was extended shortly after to a ferry at LaBelle and then to the present ferry at E. Frederickstown in 1795. ( that ferry will be closed when the new bridge at Alicia is opened)
marish

Fairmont, WV

#5 May 15, 2009
Harry: Great photos! I am working on a PCA arts grant about Brownsville Architecture with a free public workshop to be held in one of the BARC properties. Do you have any photos or info/back stories of these three architectural style buildings?
Art Moderne - Borough? Building on Bridge & High Sts. The steel beam Snowdon Building and the Neo-classical Odd Fellows Building. Anything you have to share, wisdom, wit, photos, insights would be appreciated.
art2go.mail@gmail.com
Gil Joseph

Lawrenceville, GA

#6 Jun 12, 2009
Harry I really enjoyed the pictures. I grew up in Hiller and graduated from BAHS in 1975. I have lived all over the US since them but these pictures really brought back some memories. Thanks
Gil Joseph
Beth Tracy

Painesville, OH

#7 Jan 1, 2010
This picture is really beautiful. The Old Mon looks great. Wouldn't it be nice to turn back the hands of time, if only for a short while?
Remember the good old days swimming at the Sand Bar in West Brownsville?
Sad part, I lived on the Southside and very close to the river but never learned to swim. LOL
Arlene

Uniontown, PA

#8 Aug 3, 2010
Wow!!! Great pic's Harry.
I still live close by and it is sad to go back home. Of course my home is gone, but we still visit the area. I know Mickey Carr, we went to school together. Hi Mickey.
This is just great. I am so glad I found this site.

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