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Martinsburg, PA - Photos and Memorabilia

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Street Scene Business Section of Martinsburg, PA
postcard from the collection of David E. Helsel
postmarked August 14, 1907


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Morrisons Cove Home, Martinsburg, PA
Submitted by: Nancy Stayer


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Martinsburg Train Station, Martinsburg, PA
taken on July 10, 1946
from William "Bill" E. Burket's website
http://www.billspennsyphotos.com


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Martinsburg Train Station, Martinsburg, PA
taken on July 10, 1946
from William "Bill" E. Burket's website
http://www.billspennsyphotos.com


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Martinsburg Train Station, Martinsburg, PA
taken on July 10, 1946
from William "Bill" E. Burket's website
http://www.billspennsyphotos.com


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Martinsburg Train Station, Martinsburg, PA
taken on July 10, 1946
from William "Bill" E. Burket's website
http://www.billspennsyphotos.com


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John Kensinger at Old Martinsburg Post Office between 1913 - 1921
Provided by the Martinsburg Library


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Old Martinsburg, PA Fire Truck, built by Brumbaugh Body Company, Altoona, PA


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Main Street, Martinsburg, PA


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Business Section on East Alleghaney Street, Martinsburg, PA


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Business Section on East Alleghaney Street, Martinsburg, PA


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Church Of The Brethren, Martinsburg, PA


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South Market Street, Showing Church of God, Martinsburg, PA


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South Market Street, Showing Church of God, Martinsburg, PA


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A.H. Stoner, Grocery, Martinsburg, PA


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Seminary Building, Martinsburg, PA







                       

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