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Allentown Garage

Allentown Garage; from collection of Dan Nicholson.

Allentown Hotel

This Allentown Hotel was named "Central House". Original Picture owned by Hazel Shear was loaned to Wellsville Pennysaver & re-published here. Clipping Submitted by Jane Pinney



ALLENTOWN GARAGE A Business Card view of Garage, later to become WOOD & KING

Alma Hotel

Alma Hotel; c.1880. Original picture loaned to Pennysaver by Marian (Mrs. Finla G.)Crawford of Andover,NY & republished here. Cliping Submitted by Jane Pinney.

Alma Store 1

Photo of the store in Alma, date unknown. Written on the back of photo is "Miss Ruth," and I am guessing that refers to the baby in the photo. Collection of Earl and Gladys Per...(more)

AlmaPhoto Lippincott Mary TRGHS

This calendar cover of Alma, NY, ca.1910-20(?) was in archives of the Thelma Rogers Genealogical & Historical Society-Wellsville It shows the trees growing back after lumbering ...(more)

Brandon's Hardware

BRANDON'S HARDWARE Located at intersection of Main & Phillips Hill Road


BRANDON'S A closer view

BrandonStore Allentown

Brandon Store-Turn of the Century Picture from Emma Lou King archives, owned by Sandra & Sidney Cleveland. Was located at Phillips Hill Rd & Now Route 417. It was known as the M...(more)

Central House edited

Allentown Central House (Hotel) c.1883 Picture owned by Sidney & Sandra Cleveland and formerly by Donald & Emma Lou King; The picture includes Jim England, Nellie Smith & Will S...(more)


CENTRAL HOUSE HOTEL Located on Main Street, "dead center" of Town


Main Street Business, Allentown Written on picture is "Harris Supply, 1886.May have been same building as Harris Supply later occupied.

MDRayStore Allentownc1930s

M.D.Ray Store-c.1930's (Tin Box, Advertising Piece) Shows old Hardware, formerly Brandon's & later Williams Store; Cemetery in background to left.

MainSt OilwellCafe 1909

Oilwell Cafe c.1909 From Emma Lou King Archives, Owned by Sandy & Sidney Cleveland. Across from the Allentown School.

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