Approaching Business District, Rockwell Manufacturing
Title:
Approaching Business District, Rockwell Manufacturing
DuBois Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
U.S. 219 south from Interstate 80, the Keystone Shortway.


Presbyterian Church and Manse
Title:
Presbyterian Church and Manse
DuBois Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1910 Aug-31



Dubois Manor Motel
Title:
Dubois Manor Motel
Dubois Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused


DuBois Manor Motel
Title:
DuBois Manor Motel
DuBois Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
525 Liberty Blvd.



Commercial Hotel
Title:
Commercial Hotel
Dubois Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Mar-19


The Post Office
Title:
The Post Office
Dubois Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused



Dubois College of Business December 1912
Title:
Dubois College of Business December 1912
Dubois Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back PM 1912 Nov-30

Description:
The Old Manse Home Of Hawthorne "The dear Old Manse, with the little study on its western side and the sunshine glimmering thro' the willow branches while I wrote." - Mosses from an Old Manse. In 1842, after having sojourned at Brook Farm, Hawthorne took his bride to the Old Manse at Concord, Mass., and set up housekeeping. The Old Manse was built in 1765 by Emerson's grandfather, and up to the time it became the home of Hawthorne it had always been occupied as a parsonage. It was while he lived in this house that Hawthorne wrote that delightful book, "Mosses from an Old Manse." He did not own the place, however, and lived here only three years. A series of twelve little journeys to the birthplaces and homes of famous Americans.


Dubois College of Business January
Title:
Dubois College of Business January
Dubois Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Birthplace Of Oliver Wendell Holmes "Full of fancy, fun, feeling, or spiced with satire. In a measure so kindly you doubt if the toes That are trodden upon are your own or your fse's. Holmes, one of that remarkable coterie of literary men born early in the Nineteenth Century, was born in an old Colonial house in the heart of Cambridge, close to the grounds of Harvard College. Here he lived until his maturity. His mother occupied the house until her death in 1862, when it was purchased by Harvard and torn down. The house dated back to Colonial times. At the outbreak of the Revolution it was General Wood's headquarters



The Pennsylvania State University, U. S. Route 219 and State Route 255
Title:
The Pennsylvania State University, U. S. Route 219 and State Route 255
DuBois Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
The pennsylvania State University, DuBois, Pa., U. S. Route 219 and State Route 255 just Off the Pennsylvania shortway (Interstate 80). The surrounding area is known for good hunting and fishing and excellent facilities are provided in nearby parks for many other forms of outdoor recreation.


Dubois Undergraduate Center Of The Pennsylvania State College
Title:
Dubois Undergraduate Center Of The Pennsylvania State College
Dubois Pennsylvania (PA), Linen PM 1950



The Post Office
Title:
The Post Office
Dubois Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused


The Old DuBois Mansion
Title:
The Old DuBois Mansion
DuBois Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Now used by Penn State Center., offering first two years of Baccalaureate degree program. The beautiful campus has all the facilities, including dormitories, of a Junior College



Anderson Creek Reservoir
Title:
Anderson Creek Reservoir
DuBois Pennsylvania (PA), White Border PM Jan-30

Description:
This reservoir is two miles North of Rockton, PA


Dubois College of Business
Title:
Dubois College of Business
Dubois Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Wakefield, Birthplace Of Washington Once, ah! Once within these walls, One whom memory oft recalls - The Father of his Country dwelt. Wakefield was the name given the grant of land secured by Washington's great-grandfather in 1667. It included about one thousand acres along the Potomac, between Pope and Bridge's creeks, in Westmoreland county, Virginia. The house was the typical settler's home of the period, comprising four rooms of fair size on the first floor, with a loft above. It is supposed that the house was bought with the estate and was consequently quite old when Washington was born. The old home was accidentally burned in April, 1735, catching fire from burning dead leaves in the garden. A stone monument now marks the spot. A series of twelve little journeys to the birthplaces and homes of famous Americans



Dubois College of Business October 1912
Title:
Dubois College of Business October 1912
Dubois Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Birthplace Of Abraham Lincoln "He is truly great who rises to the greatest heights from profound obscurity. Abraham Lincoln was born February 12, 1809, in Hardin County, now La Rue County, Kentucky, on a farm three miles from Hodgensville. The house in which lie was born was the ordinary one of the poorer Western pioneer-a one-roomed log cabin with a huge outside chimney, a single window and a rude door. The building was long ago torn down but the logs were saved, and recently the property was bought by New York people, who rebuilt the old cabin on the original site. Series of Twelve Little Journeys to the Birthplaces and homes of famous Americans.




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