For anyone born and raised in Altoona, Pa, this is a MUST HAVE book
Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). For anyone born and raised in Altoona, Pa, this is a MUST HAVE book. And Dave is a fellow graduate of Altoona Catholic High, class of 1956.
Postcard History Series. David W. Seidel is a founding member of Railroaders Memorial Museum, a founding officer and chapter historian of the Horseshoe Curve Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society, and a member of the Blair County Historical Society, the Blair County Genealogical Society, and the Altoona-Blair County Photographic Society. He is the coauthor of Altoona and Logan Valley Electric Railway with Leonard E. Alwine and author of Horseshoe Curve.
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Altoona grew from farmland to 75,000 people in 75 years.
The Pennsylvania Railroad was incorporated in 1846 and immediately began the task. Details (if other): Cancel.
Altoona (Postcard History).
and even a 300-meter tower! We try to chronicle the history of postcards through a timeline of relevant events, going back a few centuries to provide the context that culminated in postcards being officially issued and recognized by a postal operator, on October 1st 1869.
carousel previous carousel next. Altoona and Logan Valley Electric Railway. carousel previous carousel next. Additional sources of information for this book are as follows: Westsylvania Magazine; A Field Guide to Trains of North America; Allegheny Passage: An Illustrated History of Blair County; Altoona Mirror; Altoona and the Pennsylvania Railroad: Between a Roar and a Whimper; Altoona Charter Centennial 1868–1968; Altoona Centennial Booklet of 1949; Blair County’s First Hundred Years 1846–1946; Crossroads of Commerce; Centennial.
Seidel, David W. (2010). Postcard History Series: Altoona.
Mercy/Bon Secours hospital. Seidel, David W.