Early Scranton Pennsylvania Area Photographs - 3

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Albright Library with a group of people waiting on the sidewalk as if for a parade.
Albright Library, Scranton - still in use. It's across from the old Scranton High School. Elm Park Methodist Church, Scranton.

Second Presbyterian Church, Scranton, July 1898 Hickory Street German Presbyterian Church, South Side Oral School, Green Ridge, Scranton. The buildings are next to where the Home For The Friendless used to be.
Home For The Friendless. A matching wing was built on the left later. Now gone. Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1, Scranton, Pa. Signs read, "A.M. Storr" and Crystal Laundry". Lackawanna County Jail, Scranton, July 1898. Still there.
Entrance Hillside Home Left: Hillside Home, Clarks Summit, Pa. For both the insane and the poor.

Entrance to Hillside Home.

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