Ephrata Cloister Pageant
Title:
Ephrata Cloister Pageant
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
"Vorspiel" - depicting the unique life of the Solitary in the 18th Century Ephrata Cloister - is presented regularly during summer months - at the Ephrata Cloister Dexter Press, Inc.


Cloister Diner
Title:
Cloister Diner
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused



The Olde Lincoln House
Title:
The Olde Lincoln House
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused


Foodergong
Title:
Foodergong
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1971 Feb-9

Description:
(Feed Entry) Hay-Loft Gift Shop Located In The Heart Of The "Pennsylvania Dutch Country" on Route 222 Between Lancaster and Reading - Ephrata, PA. Famous For Fine Food and Distinctive Cocktails. Phone 717 859-1171 Dexter Press, Inc.



Dutchmaid Motel
Title:
Dutchmaid Motel
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1987

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc.


Foodergong Lodge
Title:
Foodergong Lodge
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1975

Description:
Dexter Press Inc.



"Vorspiel", Cloister Pageant
Title:
"Vorspiel", Cloister Pageant
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1966 Mar-25

Description:
"Vorspiel" - depicting the unique life of the Solitary in the 18th Century Ephrata Cloister - is presented regularly during summer months - at the Cloister, Ephrata, Pennsylvania.


Camp Silver Belle
Title:
Camp Silver Belle
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Linen

Description:
Curt Teich & Co.



Foodergong Lodge
Title:
Foodergong Lodge
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Located six miles south of Pennsylvania Turnpike Exit 21. High atop Foodergong Mountain, sip cocktails on our patio, or dine graciously in our Rib-in-the-Round Room. Exquisitely furnished motel units are in French Provincial, Italian, or Danish Modern decor. Swimming Pool enclosed for winter. Ski slope with Poma lift. Snow-making equipment. Sauna Baths provided.


Sweigarts Wild Animal Zoo
Title:
Sweigarts Wild Animal Zoo
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Parkview Heights Road



Cloister Buildings - Saal and Sister Houses
Title:
Cloister Buildings - Saal and Sister Houses
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back)

Description:
The Sisters' Kloster, or Cloister, is a large whitewashed building fronting toward the northeast, and adjoining the Saal or Chapel. It contains many curious relics in pictures, furniture, and household utensils. Nearly 300 American soldiers were nursed here after the battle of Brandywine


Foodergong Lodge
Title:
Foodergong Lodge
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Scenic Foodergong Motor Lodge is located six miles south of Penna. Turnpike Exit 21 on Route 272. Dining at our lodge provides a spectacular view of Lancester, Lebanon, and Berks Counties. Foodergong Motor Lodge is a complete Motel/Resort offering superb accommodations/meeting rooms/9 hole, par 3 golf course/swimming pool/air-conditioned rooms have private balcony, tile bath, color TV



Dutch Gardens Motel
Title:
Dutch Gardens Motel
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
In the beautiful Pennsylvania Dutch Country. 230 N. Reading Road. 5 miles south of Lancaster-Reading Turnpike Interchange No. 21 on US Route 222. TV & air-conditioning; wall-to-wall carpet; electric heat; very comfortable rooms furnished in Early American decor; family units available; excellent Penna. Dutch Cooking nearby; gift shop; phone (717) 723 - 1761. Things to see in Ephrata Area - Ephrata Cloister; Landis Valley Museum; covered bridges; Renninger's Antique Market; Green Dragon Farmers Market & Auction


Foodergong - Restaurant amd Penna. Dutch Gift Shop
Title:
Foodergong - Restaurant amd Penna. Dutch Gift Shop
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
On Route 222 between Lancaster and Reading



"Heart of Dutchland"
Title:
"Heart of Dutchland"
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Taken from the Biblical name EPHRATAH, meaning "fruitful", this community was founded in 1732 by German Seventh-Day Baptists of the famous CLOISTERS. Today Ephrata is the "Hub of Commerce" in northern Lancaster County's rich Penna. Dutch farming country


Ephrata Cloister Pageant
Title:
Ephrata Cloister Pageant
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1966 Aug-3

Description:
"Vorspiel" -depicting the unique life of the Solitary in the 18th Century Ephrata Cloister. It is presented regularly during summer months at the Cloister



Dutchmaid Hotel
Title:
Dutchmaid Hotel
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1963 Jul-29

Description:
"In The Heart of The Penna, Dutch Country" Spacious Rooms - Ceramic Tile Comb. Bath or Shower - Carpeted Floors - "Air Conditioned" - T.V. and Room Phones - Family Units - Cribs & Roll-a-ways. Coffee Shop - Serving Breakfast & Light Lunches


Cloister Buildings-Saal and Sister Houses
Title:
Cloister Buildings-Saal and Sister Houses
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back PM 1908 Dec-26

Description:
The Sisters' Kloster, or Cloister, is a large whitewashed building, fronting toward the northeast, and adjoining the Saal or Chapel. It contains many curious relics in pictures, furniture, and household utensils. Nearly 300 American soldiers were nursed here after the battle of Brandywine



Foodergong
Title:
Foodergong
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 40617-B Hay-loft Gift Shop located in the heart of the "Pennsylvania Dutch Country" on Route 222 between Lancaster and Reading. Famous for fine food and distinctive cocktails


Cloister Country Store
Title:
Cloister Country Store
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
"Adjoining Historic Ephrata Cloister" Interior of open-timbered, brick-floored Early American Country Store. Smell Penna. Dutchman coffee ground in our own Antique Mill. Sun bonnets, highbutton shoes, "penny candy" and a "sleigh full" of native handcrafted items are on display. In our "Goodies Dept." are Pretzels, "hamgemacht brot" and famous Lebanon Bologna.



Cloister Country Store
Title:
Cloister Country Store
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Adjoining Historic Ephrata Cloister Interior of open-timbered, brick-floored Early American Country Store. Built by skilled Penna. Dutch craftsmen, this store was erected by using centuries old "barn-raising" methods. See authentic documents printed at Ephrata Cloister, Penna. Dutch antiques, pottery, ironware, quilts and coverlets tasty Shoo-fly Pie and "Lepp Kucha" are featured at our snack bar.


Es Deutsch Hausa
Title:
Es Deutsch Hausa
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
½ mile South of the Historical Ephrata Cloister on Route 222 Ephrata, Pennsylvania. "Famous for Shoo-fly Pie & {Penna. Dutch Birch Beer." Located in Lancaster County's Dutch Country. Mr. & Mrs. Howard W. Minnich, Proprietors.



Lancaster County
Title:
Lancaster County
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
A typical Amish farm, near Farmersville, Pa. The Amish, a sect of the Mennonites, often referred to as "plain people" are among the best farmers in the country. The hydroulic ram power plant in the foreground is a primitive device used for pumping water, and is typical of the productive methods used by these thrifty Pennsylvania Dutch.


Almonry 1730, Saal 1738, Saron 1740 cloister.
Title:
Almonry 1730, Saal 1738, Saron 1740 cloister.
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), White Border PM 1930



The Saal
Title:
The Saal
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908


Mennonite Meeting House
Title:
Mennonite Meeting House
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused



High School
Title:
High School
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused


High School
Title:
High School
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused



High School
Title:
High School
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused


High School
Title:
High School
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused



High School
Title:
High School
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused


Ephrata PA Lancaster County Scene
Title:
Ephrata PA Lancaster County Scene
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Lancaster County A typical Amish farm, near Farmersville, Pa. The Amish, a sect of the Mennonites, often referred to as ""plain people"" are among the best farmers in the country. The hydraulic ram power plant in the foreground is a primitive device used for pumping water, and is typical of the productive methods used by these thrifty Pennsylvania Dutch



Mt. Spring Hotel
Title:
Mt. Spring Hotel
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused


"Claro Point" Race Track
Title:
"Claro Point" Race Track
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Aug



Foodergong Lodge, U. S. Route 222
Title:
Foodergong Lodge, U. S. Route 222
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Rib-In-The Round Room Specializing in full course Prime Rib Roast Beef Dinners. A New & Modern Circular Dining Room offering a spectacular panoramic View of Beautiful Penna. Dutch Country


Heart Of Dutchland
Title:
Heart Of Dutchland
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
"Heart of Dutchland" Taken from the Biblical name Ephrata, meaning "fruitful", this community was founded in 1732 by German Seventh-Day Baptists of the famous Cloisters. Today Ephrata is the "Hub of Commerce" in northern Lancast6er County's rich Penna. Dutch farming country.



Historical Mountain Springs Hotel
Title:
Historical Mountain Springs Hotel
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the main stops for the Pony Express and stage coach between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. The ground floor was built in 1753, and the last major construction was completed in 1849.


The Cloisters And Sister House
Title:
The Cloisters And Sister House
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Mother Of Perpetual Help Catholic Church
Title:
Mother Of Perpetual Help Catholic Church
Ephrata Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused




Total: 39 Items