Fort Cumberland Hotel
Title:
Fort Cumberland Hotel
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Chrome unused


The Famous Fort Cumberland-Leading Hotel in the Middle Atlantic States
Title:
The Famous Fort Cumberland-Leading Hotel in the Middle Atlantic States
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border PM 1931 Oct-9

Description:
M. E. Burke, Managing Director. One of the most delightful stopping places on the National Highway.



Emmanuel Church Site of Old Fort Cumberland
Title:
Emmanuel Church Site of Old Fort Cumberland
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back PM 1907 Jul-24


National Highway and East End of Narrows from Lover's Leap
Title:
National Highway and East End of Narrows from Lover's Leap
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo unused



Yonkers Tower Top of Polish Mt. U.S. 40 ELV. 1340 FT. (B/W Photo)
Title:
Yonkers Tower Top of Polish Mt. U.S. 40 ELV. 1340 FT. (B/W Photo)
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo unused

Description:
A Wonderful view. 15 Mi. E. of Cumberland


Fort Cumberland Hotel
Title:
Fort Cumberland Hotel
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused



Allegany County Court House
Title:
Allegany County Court House
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused


The Narrows National Highway
Title:
The Narrows National Highway
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo PM 1925 Aug-12



Youghiogheny River Bridge
Title:
Youghiogheny River Bridge
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
This beautiful scene on Route 40 between Cumberland, Md., and Uniontown, Pa., is the site of the Great Crossing, where the old Indian trails met at this point. The modern Youghiogheney River Bridge crosses the river at this historical spot. Colourpicture Publishers, Inc.


Allegany County Library
Title:
Allegany County Library
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Chrome

Description:
Located in Prospect Square, formerly the Parade Grounds of Old Ft. Cumberland. Plastichrone



Old Toll Gate House on National Highway
Title:
Old Toll Gate House on National Highway
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused


Fort Cumberland Hotel
Title:
Fort Cumberland Hotel
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused

Description:
Modern - Fireproof - Opened January 1918 H.B. Mabson, Prop., M.E.Banks, Mgr.



Top of Town Hill Mountain, the "Beauty Spot of Maryland"
Title:
Top of Town Hill Mountain, the "Beauty Spot of Maryland"
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo unused

Description:
Elevation 1595 ft., 1 3/4 mile down grade, U. S. 40 in Allegany County, Maryland.


Town Hill Hotel, Esso Gas, Coffee Shop
Title:
Town Hill Hotel, Esso Gas, Coffee Shop
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo

Description:
"The Beauty Spot of Maryland"



The Famous Fort Cumberland
Title:
The Famous Fort Cumberland
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen PM 1941 Feb-10

Description:
One of the most delightful stopping places on the National Highway.


Fort Cumberland Hotel
Title:
Fort Cumberland Hotel
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused



Fort Cumberland Hotel
Title:
Fort Cumberland Hotel
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused

Description:
Leading Hotel in Middle Atlantic States. One of the most delightful stopping places on the National Highway.


C and O Canal
Title:
C and O Canal
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back PM Jan-11



Masonic Temple and Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Title:
Masonic Temple and Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused


Fort Cumberland Hotel
Title:
Fort Cumberland Hotel
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back PM 1923 Jul-17

Description:
Modern-fireproof. Opened January 1918. One of America's newest and most beautiful hotels on the famous National Highway.



View overlooking the National Highway US 40
Title:
View overlooking the National Highway US 40
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo unused


Town Hill Hotel
Title:
Town Hill Hotel
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo unused



Old Town Gate
Title:
Old Town Gate
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo unused

Description:
Built in 1812. National Highway, US 40


The Narrows
Title:
The Narrows
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused



Street View of City Hall
Title:
Street View of City Hall
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused


New York-St. Louis Express No. 55 Leaving Cumberland, Md
Title:
New York-St. Louis Express No. 55 Leaving Cumberland, Md
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused



W. M. Railroad Bridge over Potomac
Title:
W. M. Railroad Bridge over Potomac
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back PM 1913 Apr-23


The Potomac River and Club House
Title:
The Potomac River and Club House
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back PM 1907 Dec-28



View of the Potomac River
Title:
View of the Potomac River
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused


Potomac River Dam
Title:
Potomac River Dam
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back PM 1910 Jan-15



St. Patrick's Church
Title:
St. Patrick's Church
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back PM 1903


View of the Waterfront
Title:
View of the Waterfront
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back PM Jul-20



Slumberland Motel
Title:
Slumberland Motel
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
Located 6 miles West of Cumberland, U.S. Highway 40


Celanese Corp. of America
Title:
Celanese Corp. of America
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
This is one of the largest plants in the world engaged in the manufacture of artificial silk (Celanese). Approximately 10,000 men and women from Cumberland and vicinity are employed here



Celanese Corp. of America
Title:
Celanese Corp. of America
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen PM 1946 Jul-15

Description:
This is one of the largest plants in the world engaged in the manufacture of artificial silk (Celanese). Approximately 10,000 men and women from Cumberland and vicinity are employed here


Clarysville Inn at Night - Erected 1807 - on US 40
Title:
Clarysville Inn at Night - Erected 1807 - on US 40
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
Clarysville Inn Between Cumberland and Frostburg Maryland A famous stopping over place since the days of the couch-and-Four, Clarysville Inn is still a po9pular spot on US 40, west of Cumberland, near Frostburg, Maryland



Old Toll Gate House on National Highway
Title:
Old Toll Gate House on National Highway
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
This is the first toll gate house erected on the "Cumberland Road" now US 40 and its located between Cumberland and Frostburg in western Maryland


Greetings from Cumberland
Title:
Greetings from Cumberland
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
Emmanuel Episcopal Church and Washington's Headquarters in Riverside Park



View of Fairgrounds and Racetrack
Title:
View of Fairgrounds and Racetrack
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
AMERICA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL FAIRGROUND This Fairground is situated on the Potomac River near Cumberland, Md. Maryland's Fall racing seasons opens here every year with a ten day meet in conjunction with the annual Cumberland Fair


Memorial Hospital
Title:
Memorial Hospital
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen PM 1946 Oct-8



Old Toll Gate
Title:
Old Toll Gate
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo unused

Description:
6 miles west of Cumberland, Md. Built in 1812. National Highway US 40


The Cumberland Narrows
Title:
The Cumberland Narrows
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo unused



Shipway's Inn and Tourist Camp
Title:
Shipway's Inn and Tourist Camp
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused

Description:
On the National Highway; Top of Green Ridge Mountain, between Cumberland and Hagerstown, MD


Allegany Hospital
Title:
Allegany Hospital
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused



Armory, Maryland National Guard
Title:
Armory, Maryland National Guard
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused


Washington and Lee Apartments
Title:
Washington and Lee Apartments
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused



Fort Cumberland Hotel, Baltimore and Liberty Street
Title:
Fort Cumberland Hotel, Baltimore and Liberty Street
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused


W. M. R. R. Bridge Crossing Potomac River Dam
Title:
W. M. R. R. Bridge Crossing Potomac River Dam
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused



Bird's Eye View of West Side Looking Towards Narrows
Title:
Bird's Eye View of West Side Looking Towards Narrows
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused



Washington Street
Title:
Washington Street
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused


Bird's Eye View from Court House
Title:
Bird's Eye View from Court House
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused



U.S. Post Office
Title:
U.S. Post Office
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused


Scale of Mountains on National Highway, US 40
Title:
Scale of Mountains on National Highway, US 40
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo unused



Lover's Leap and the Narrows
Title:
Lover's Leap and the Narrows
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo PM 1948 Sep-8


Lovers Leap
Title:
Lovers Leap
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo unused



Fort Cumberland Hotel
Title:
Fort Cumberland Hotel
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused


US Post Office
Title:
US Post Office
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused



Memorial Hospital
Title:
Memorial Hospital
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen PM 1937 Aug-12

Description:
This hospital was built as a memorial to the dead and living heroes of the World War S. Louis Curl


Plant of the Celanese Corporation of America
Title:
Plant of the Celanese Corporation of America
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
This is one of the largest plants in the world engaged in the manufacture of artificial silk (Celanese). Approximately 5,500 men and women from Cumberland and vicinity are employed here



Fort Cumberland Hotel
Title:
Fort Cumberland Hotel
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused

Description:
One of America's newest and most beautiful hotels on the famous National Highway. Modern - fireproof. Opened January 1918. H.B. Mabson, President. M.E. Burke, Manager


Potomac Club and River
Title:
Potomac Club and River
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused



View of Baltimore Street
Title:
View of Baltimore Street
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused


View of Potomac River
Title:
View of Potomac River
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused



High School
Title:
High School
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused


Baltimore Street
Title:
Baltimore Street
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused



Fort Cumberland Hotel in Cumberland, Maryland
Title:
Fort Cumberland Hotel in Cumberland, Maryland
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border PM 1922 Aug-27

Description:
Modern, Fireproof, Opened January 1918. One of America's newest and most beautiful hotels on the famous National Highway. When in Wheeling, W. VA., stop at Hotel Windsor


Grace Community Church Prayer Chapel
Title:
Grace Community Church Prayer Chapel
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
Seton Drive. This may be the smallest Prayer Chapel in the fifty states in constant use. More than one thousand visit it each week from every state and foreign countries. Many find God's presence very real here. For additional information, write Rev. George Baughman, 1210 National Highway, LaVale, Cumberland, Md. 21502



Masonic Temple and Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Title:
Masonic Temple and Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Chrome unused


St. Patrick's Church
Title:
St. Patrick's Church
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-26



Celanese Corp. of America
Title:
Celanese Corp. of America
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused


Colonial Manor Motor Lodge
Title:
Colonial Manor Motor Lodge
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
COLONIAL MANOR MOTOR LODGE Route 2, Baltimore Pike Cumberland, Maryland On U.S. Route 40, 2 Miles East of Cumberland, Phone Parkview 2-2759. A Motel of Distinction--AAA and Duncan Hines Recommended. Owned and Operated by Mr. and Mrs. George C. Fey



The Clarysville Inn Motel
Title:
The Clarysville Inn Motel
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
Eight miles west of Cumberland, Md., on U.S. Route 40. Dining room on premises. Phone Frostburg 655, or write Frostburg RD No. 1 for reservations. Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lyons


Colonial Manor Motor Lodge
Title:
Colonial Manor Motor Lodge
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
Route 2, Baltimore Pike; On U.S. 40, 2 miles east of Cumberland, Phone Parkview 2-2759. A motel of distinction - AAA and Duncan Hines recommended. Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. George C. Fey Koppel



Baltimore Street
Title:
Baltimore Street
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused


Celanese Corp. of America
Title:
Celanese Corp. of America
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
Series 7A-M370 This is one of the largest plants in the world engaged in the manufacture of artificial silk (Celanese). Approximately 10,000 men and women from cumberland and vicinity are employed here



Memorial Hospital
Title:
Memorial Hospital
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
7A Series H369


Celanese Corp. Of America
Title:
Celanese Corp. Of America
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
Series 54 This is one of the largest plants in the world engaged in the manufacture of artificial silk (Celanese). Approximately 10,000 men and women from Cumberland and vicinity are employed here.



The Kelly Springfield Tire Co.
Title:
The Kelly Springfield Tire Co.
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen PM 1939 Aug-27

Description:
The plant of the Kelly Springfield Tire Co., builders of "Armorubber Tread" Tires, is located on historic Potomac River at Cumberland, Md. Capacity 10,000 tires and tubes daily. Employs approximately 2,000 people.


The Kelly Springfield Tire Co.
Title:
The Kelly Springfield Tire Co.
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
The plant of The Kelly Springfield Tire Co., builders of "Armorubber Tread" Tires, is located on the historic Potomac River at Cumberland, Md. Capacity 10,000 tires and tubes daily. Employs approximately 2,000 people.



Washington's Headquarters
Title:
Washington's Headquarters
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
Located near the site of Old Fort Cumberland, these headquarters were used by George Washington under command of General Braddock, during the French and Indian War, 1755-1758. The building was rededicated in 1921 in the presence of General John J. Pershing, Commander of the American World War Armies.


The Cumberland Narrows
Title:
The Cumberland Narrows
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused

Description:
National Highway Scenes of the famous Cumberland Narrows



The Narrows
Title:
The Narrows
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
One of Maryland's Scenic Beauty Spots Rocky cliffs tower nearly a thousand feet on either side of this narrow gap through the Allegheny Mountains. Four railroads, the National Highway U. S. 40 and Wills Creek pass through here.


The Narrows
Title:
The Narrows
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906



Lover's Leap
Title:
Lover's Leap
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906


Plant of The American Cellulost and Chemical Manufacturing
Title:
Plant of The American Cellulost and Chemical Manufacturing
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused



One of the Beauty Spots Along the National Highway
Title:
One of the Beauty Spots Along the National Highway
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused


Lovers Leap in The Narrows
Title:
Lovers Leap in The Narrows
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused



The Narrows
Title:
The Narrows
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused


Overlooing the Narrows
Title:
Overlooing the Narrows
Cumberland Maryland (MD) PM 1930

Description:
Lovers Leap and Wills Mountain inn at the Summit of Wills Mountain WILLS MOUNTAIN INN, at the top of Wills Mountain,the heart of the Alleganies, is just a few fect back of the famous Lover's Leap over looking the National Highway thru the Comberland Narrows. The Inn affords a beautiful view for many mile around, being 900 feet above the city of Cumberland and 1,500 feet above sea level. Tourists from the National Highway can reach the Inn in a very few minutes by way of avery picturesque windingroad, with a delightful scene at every turn as higher up you go until the summit is reached, to be hold a view that will not soon be forgotten. An interesting boollet of the Inn and the Historic Highway is issued by the management and may be had be addressing Wills Mountain Inn, Cumberland, Md.



The National Highway, Polish Mountain Hagerstown
Title:
The National Highway, Polish Mountain Hagerstown
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused


One of The Beauty Spots Along the National Highway
Title:
One of The Beauty Spots Along the National Highway
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused



Lover's Leap, 1652 Ft. Above Sea Level
Title:
Lover's Leap, 1652 Ft. Above Sea Level
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused


The Narrows
Title:
The Narrows
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused



Lovers Leap in The Narrows
Title:
Lovers Leap in The Narrows
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused


Memorial Hospital
Title:
Memorial Hospital
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused



Masonic Temple and Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Title:
Masonic Temple and Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused

Description:
Masonic Temple and Emmanuel Episcopal church Cumberland, Md., Site of Fort Cumberland Built in 1755 Fort Cumberland was used by General Braddock and George Washington as a base of operations during the campaign against the French and Indians. Parade Grounds were in the rear of the church. Subterranean passageway leads to the river, so that the fort could be supplied with water during a siege.


Washington's Headquarters
Title:
Washington's Headquarters
Cumberland Maryland (MD) PM 1953

Description:
Located near the site of Old Fort Cumberland, these headquarters were used by George Washington under command of General Braddock, during the French and Indian War, 1755-1758. The building was rededicated in 1921 in the presence of General John J. Pershing, Commander of the American World War Armies.



U.S. 40 (The National Highway)Between Hagerstown and Cumberland, Maryland
Title:
U.S. 40 (The National Highway)Between Hagerstown and Cumberland, Maryland
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused

Description:
Gorgeous mountain flowers and shrubs grow in profusion in the lovely Western Maryland hills, and, at many places along the National Highway, paralleling the Historic Potomac and overlooking the West Virginia hills beyond.


The Kelly Springfield Tire Co
Title:
The Kelly Springfield Tire Co
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused

Description:
The plant of The Kelly Springfield Tire Co., builders of "Armorubber Tread" Tires, is located on the historic Potomac River at Cumberland, Md. Capacity 10,000 tires and tubes daily. Employs approximately 2,000 people.



Washington's Headquarters
Title:
Washington's Headquarters
Cumberland Maryland (MD) PM 1939

Description:
Located near the site of Old Fort Cumberland, these headquarters were used by George Washington under command of General Braddock,during the French and Indian War, 1755-1758. The building was rededicated in 1921 in the presence of Genreal John J. Pershing, Commander of the American World War Armies.


View of Lover's Leap and the Narrows
Title:
View of Lover's Leap and the Narrows
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused

Description:
From Lover's Leap one may view the National Highway (U.S. 40) one thousand feet below. The city of Cumberland and surrounding states of Pennsylvania and West Virginia may be seen from this point.



Lover's Leap
Title:
Lover's Leap
Cumberland Maryland (MD) PM 1907


Lover's Leap
Title:
Lover's Leap
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused



Lover's Leap
Title:
Lover's Leap
Cumberland Maryland (MD) PM 1912


The Old National Pike "The Narrows"
Title:
The Old National Pike "The Narrows"
Cumberland Maryland (MD) PM 1911



The Narrows
Title:
The Narrows
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused


National Pike
Title:
National Pike
Cumberland Maryland (MD) unused



Lover's Leap
Title:
Lover's Leap
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back PM 1908


Fort Cumberland Hotel
Title:
Fort Cumberland Hotel
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border PM 1920



Old Toll Gatehouse, Built in 1812 on National Hy. U. S. 40
Title:
Old Toll Gatehouse, Built in 1812 on National Hy. U. S. 40
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo unused

Description:
6 miles west of Cumberland, Md. Also shown is toll gate post across the road.


Water View of Old Canal Bridge
Title:
Water View of Old Canal Bridge
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo unused



Old Maud
Title:
Old Maud
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Real Photo PM 1910 Oct-1

Description:
The largest engine in the world.


Baltimore and Ohio Depot
Title:
Baltimore and Ohio Depot
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
"Gateway to the West" This Depot is noted for its unusual architecture



The Homestretch - at Fairgo
Title:
The Homestretch - at Fairgo
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
Cumberland is well located so as to enjoy a wide variety of recreational activity. 57 acre Constitution Park offers bathing, picnicking, athletic and other facilities. A country club and public golf course as well as Fairgo, where the Cumberland Races and Fair are held, are all within a few minutes drive of the center of town


Cedar Cliff along the WMRR
Title:
Cedar Cliff along the WMRR
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back



C. & O. Canal
Title:
C. & O. Canal
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back PM 1907 Oct-19


Cumberland Maryland's Memorial Hospital and Fort Hill High School
Title:
Cumberland Maryland's Memorial Hospital and Fort Hill High School
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
Cumberland Maryland's Memorial Hospital and Fort Hill High School In the background to the east can be seen the ranges of mountains between Cumberland and Hagerstown, Maryland



St. Peters & Pauls Parish Buildings
Title:
St. Peters & Pauls Parish Buildings
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused


Aerial View of Footer's Dye Works
Title:
Aerial View of Footer's Dye Works
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused


The Kelly-Springfield Tire Plant
Title:
The Kelly-Springfield Tire Plant
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused



Welton Tunnel
Title:
Welton Tunnel
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused


Bird's Eye View of City
Title:
Bird's Eye View of City
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused



Potomac River and Dam
Title:
Potomac River and Dam
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused


Fire Department
Title:
Fire Department
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused



View of Fairgrounds and Racetrack
Title:
View of Fairgrounds and Racetrack
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
America's most beautiful fairground. This Fairground is situated on the Potomac River near Cumberland, Md. Maryland's Fall racing season opens here every year with a ten day meet in conjunction with the annual Cumberland Fair


Memorial Hospital
Title:
Memorial Hospital
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen PM 1939

Description:
This hospital was built as a memorial to the dead and living heroes of the World War



the Kelly Springfield Tire Co
Title:
the Kelly Springfield Tire Co
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
Series 7A-H1832 The Kelly Springfield Tire Co. The plant of the Kelly Springfield tire., builders of "Armrubber Tread" Tires, is located on the historic Potomac River at Cumberland, Md. Capacity 10,000 tires and tubes daily. Employs approximately 2,000 people


Emanuel Protestant Episcopal Church
Title:
Emanuel Protestant Episcopal Church
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Oct-07

Description:
Site of Old Fort Cumberland



Shipway's Inn And Cottages, U. S. Route 40
Title:
Shipway's Inn And Cottages, U. S. Route 40
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
Pure Mountain water modern cottages baths restaurants service station. Between Cumberland and Hagerstown, Maryland on US Route 40. Clean, well - kept and modern, with car Post Office Address - Flintstone, Maryland.


Fort Cumberland Hotel
Title:
Fort Cumberland Hotel
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused

Description:
Modern Fireproof Opened January 1918. Fort Cumberland Hotel One of America's newest and most beautiful hotels on the famous



English Lutheran Church
Title:
English Lutheran Church
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused


St. Patrick's Catholic Church
Title:
St. Patrick's Catholic Church
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Divided Back PM 1911 Aug-07



Greetings From Cumberland
Title:
Greetings From Cumberland
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
Cumberland queen city of Maryland. Just across the Baltimore Steel Bridge on the West Side these two outstanding landmarks are only a block apart. Above: Emmanuel Episcopal Church Left:- Washington's Headquarters in Riverside Park. Cumberland, Maryland's second city in size, and therefore called the "Queen city of Maryland" is rich in historical and scenic interest.


Greetings From Maryland
Title:
Greetings From Maryland
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Linen PM 1949

Description:
State Capital in Annapolis. State Flower Black-eyed Susan. Nickname - Old Line State 1940 Population - 1,821,224 Area in Sq. Miles - 12,327 Entered the Union, Apr. 28, 1788.



Emanuel Protestant Episcopal Church
Title:
Emanuel Protestant Episcopal Church
Cumberland Maryland (MD), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906

Description:
Site of "Old Fort Cumberland."


Bridge Over Lake Gordon
Title:
Bridge Over Lake Gordon
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused

Description:
Water supply



The Narrows
Title:
The Narrows
Cumberland Maryland (MD) PM 1941

Description:
One of Maryland's Scenic Beauty Spots Rocky cliffs tower nearly a thousand feet on either side of this narrow gap through the Allegheny Mountains. Four Railroads, the National Highway and Wills Creek pass through here.


Wills Mountain Inn
Title:
Wills Mountain Inn
Cumberland Maryland (MD), White Border unused

Description:
(On the National Highway) Wills Mountain Inn, at the top of Wills Mountain, the heart of the Alleganies, is just a few feet back of the famous Lover's Leap overlooking the National Highway thru the Cumberland Narrows. The Inn affords a beautiful view for many miles around, being 900 feet above the city of Cumberland and 1,500 feet above sea level. tourists from the National Highway can reach the Inn in a very few minutes by way of a very picturesque winding road, with a delightful scene at every turn as higher up you go until the summit in reached, to behold a view that will not soon be forgotten. An interesting booklet of the Inn and the Historic Highway is issued by the management and may be had by addressing Wills Mountain Inn. Cumberland, Md.





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