Doylestown
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Doylestown
Bucks County Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome

Description:
The Bucks County Courthouse, Veteran's Monument, and East Court Street are pictured here from North Main Street.


The Tannery
Title:
The Tannery
Bucks County Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Reputedly built in 1734 of local fieldstone. Mortar consisted of clay, lime and horse hair. Tree trunks are used for cellar joists. It is claimed to be the second oldest building in this original Quaker settlement known as "Richland Centre". This old structure displaying the early craftsmanship is the home office of the Roberts Motel Agency - the motel sales specialists. We deal in motels only from the smallest to the largest and are licensed motel sales brokers in five states - New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware. Whether you are buying or selling a motel, turn the job over to an old pro. Call Roberts Motel Agency (215) 536-6200



New Hope MOtel
Title:
New Hope MOtel
Bucks County Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1979 Mar-16

Description:
"The Motel in the Woods" on Route 179, 1 mile west of the Delaware River, in historic Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Air-conditioned, television, thermostatically controlled heat, heated swimming pool. Phone (215) 862-2800; Dori & Frank Bock, your hosts; open all year


New Hope Motel
Title:
New Hope Motel
Bucks County Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1979 Jul-14

Description:
"The Motel in the Woods" on Route 179, 1 mile west of the Delaware River, in historic Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Air-conditioned, television, thermostatically controlled heat, heated swimming pool. Phone (215) 862-2800; Dori & Frank Bock, your hosts; open all year



New Hope Motel
Title:
New Hope Motel
Bucks County Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1975 Jun-28

Description:
"The Motel in the Woods" on US ROute 202, 1 mile west of the Delaware River, in historic Bucks County. Air conditioned, television, thermostatically controlled heat, heated swimming pool. AAA, Cue, Mobil Guide. Phone (215) 862-2800; Doris & Frank Bock, your hosts; open all year


Pennsbury Manor
Title:
Pennsbury Manor
Bucks County Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of William Penn Located on the Delaware River, north of Philadelphia between Bristol and Morrisville, Pa., in historic Bucks County. Established by Penn in 1683, restored in 1938.



St. Philips Chapel
Title:
St. Philips Chapel
Bucks County Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
NEW HOPE THIS LOVELY LITTLE CHAPEL ON ROUTE 32 NORTH OF NEW HOPE, BUILT ABOUT 1800-1820, WAS FORMERLY A ONE-ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE. IT BECOME A CHURCH IN 1921.


Mechanic Street, New Hope
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Mechanic Street, New Hope
Bucks County Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1965

Description:
Once the scene of boisterous carousing during the hey-day of barge traffic on the Delaware Canal, Mechanic Street is now the mecca of thousands of visitors who are attracted by its distinctive shops and excellent restaurants. The Vansant House, at the right in this scene was built in 1719 and is the oldest residence in New Hope



Barges on the Delaware Canal, New Hope
Title:
Barges on the Delaware Canal, New Hope
Bucks County Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
The mule drawn excursion barge leaves American Legion Street on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 1:00 P.M., 3:00 P.M., 4:30 P.M., and 6:00 P.M. April thru October for a leisurely trip along the historic Delaware Canal


Barge Ride on the Delaware Canal, New Hope
Title:
Barge Ride on the Delaware Canal, New Hope
Bucks County Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the highlights of a visit to New Hope from April through October is a leisurely ride on a mule-drawn barge along the historic Delaware Canal. This scene was photographed from the bridge at Phillips Mill



New Hope Motel
Title:
New Hope Motel
Bucks County Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome

Description:
"The Motel in the Woods" on Route 179, 1 mile west of the Delaware River. Air-conditioned, color television, thermostatically controlled heat, heated swimming pool. Phone (215) 862-2800; Joan and Don Martindale, your hosts, open all year




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