2015-01-14 Not Fair Weather Friends, featuring Bayside friends Johannah Knott and Wendy Huntoon, who both happened to be in the cold Harrisburg (PA) area last week. Photo by Johannah’s sister, Ellen Kelley.
Harrisburg PA Charles T. George Druggist I bring you a message from Charles T. George Druggist 1306 North Third Street Harrisburg, PA See what I say on the other side You will find here many cold weather comforts besides drugs and medicines, from a
Harrisburg Covered Bridge, Sevierville, Tn. The Origenal Bridge Was Destroyed On Feburary 25 1875 During A Great Flood In Sevier County. This Is The Only Serviving Covered Bridge In Sevier Counry. It Is Still Used For Both Foot Traffic And Vehicles
SEE IT: Bankrupt Harrisburg, PA, can't fix the 41 sinkholes plaguing its streets. Locals took to calling the North Fourth sinkhole "Super Sinkhole Walter," and even made it a "check in" location on Four Square. Photos by Gilliland/ The Patriot-News
President Richard Nixon studies the flood damage in the aftermath of Hurricane Agnes, near Harrisburg, Pa., from his helicopter window. The president toured the Maryland-Pennsylvania area from his retreat at Camp David, Md.
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