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Collection
Advertising and Promotional Collection
Title
Advertising and Promotional Collection
Object ID
MG0153
Date Range
1862-1987
advertising Harrison Brothers & Co.’s paint, for sale by A. C. Kepler. 4. Memo book, compliments of the Lancaster Chemical Co. “Manufacturers of high grade animal bone fertilizers.” Includes chemical analysis of their products and lists of company officers and directors. 5. Directions, in English and German
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Collection
Advertising and Promotional Collection
Title
Advertising and Promotional Collection
Description
The Advertising and Promotional Collection contains materials for a wide variety of businesses and organizations in Lancaster County, including manufacturers, department and clothing stores, entertainment venues, grocery stores, restaurants, service providers, and social clubs. Of special interest is the use of both English and German in a brochure from the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., as well as in the soap-making directions from the Pennsylvania Salt Co. There are also a 1921 program from Lancaster's Colonial Theatre and boxing programs that list Lancaster native, Leo Houck.
Date Range
1862-1987
Year Range From
1862
Year Range To
1987
Date of Accumulation
1862-1987
Creator
LancasterHistory (Organization)
Storage Location
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, PA
Storage Room
Archives South
Storage Wall
Side 04
People
Bogle, George
Bortzfield, Jere
Butler, Smedley D.
Correll, Clint
Eberly, Jay M.
Evans, Melvern R,
Frueauff, W. Herman T.
Hawbaker, Gary
Houck, Leo
Huss, Arlene Rider
Jackson, J. T.
Jenner, Edward
Kelly, P. B.
Kepler, Aaron Conrad
Lynch, Charles O.
Manning, Peggy Sheets
Martin, John W.
Miller, Charles F.
Musser, Andrew J.
Miller, J. R.
Rohrer, Willis
Ross, Betsy
Schuneman, Ray
Skiles, John D.
Slaymaker, R. M.
Smith, Lynn A.
Smith, Marjorie A.
Stauffer, Sarah Ann
Stumpf, Ed
Suydam, Henry
Tobias, Richard J.
Yecker, Paul C.
Rowe, Ceylon
Landes, Lizzie
Stehman, Henry L.
Subjects
Advertising
Ephemera
Advertising fliers
Fliers (Ephemera)
Search Terms
A&P
A. F. Huber Food Store
Advertisements
Advertising
Advertising fliers
Announcements
Annville, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania
Aunt Betty's Playhouse
Big Boy Restaurants
Boston Insurance Company
Brochures
Brownstown, West Earl Twp.
Business
Christmas carols
Clarion Steam Printing House
Clipper Magazine
Colonial Theatre
Columbia
Columbia Flour Mills
Columbia Herald Job Printing Office
Columbian Printing Company
Cope Brothers
Dr. Raub's Egg White Soap
Drawings
E. H. Gochnauer and Sons
East Tarentum, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Ed Stumpf's Service Stations
Engle and Hambright
Ephemera
Express Steam Printers
Finding aids
Finks Baked Products
Flyers
Gardner and Craver
Gates Dental Company, Inc.
Glitsch' Imperial Russian Mustard
Grandview Heights
Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company
Harrison Brothers and Company
Heinitsh Furniture Company
Hershey and Groff
Historical Society of Frederick County, Inc. (Maryland)
Invitations
John D. Skiles, Dry Goods and Clothing
John Herr's Mill
Kelly Cadillac
Kunkel and Brother
L. B. Herr & Son
Lakeland Stabling Company
Lancaster
Lancaster Advertiser's Club
Lancaster Bar Association
Lancaster Chemical Company
Lancaster Country Store
Lancaster County Heritage Magazine
Lancaster Dispensing Company
Lancaster Outdoor Advertising Company
Lime Spring Farm
Lorillard Tobacco Company
Lynch Drop Center Fifth Wheel and Gear Connections
Manuscript groups
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
Mill Bridge Village & Camp Resort
Mills
Moderne Manor
Musselman and Slaymaker
New Holland, Earl Twp.
Pacquin's Dentist's and Physician's hand cream
Peach Bottom Slate Mining Company
Pennsylvania Salt Company
Pequea Lime
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Place Marie
Restaurants
Restore 'N More
Rohrerstown, East Hempfield Twp.
Russo Answer-Phone Service
Sayres, Scheid & Sweeton
Steinman Hardware
Stockyard Inn
Stores
Sunday News
Trivers Clothes
Trout and Shank
F. W. Woolworth Co.
H. L. Stehman and Co.
Heitshu's Drug Store
Extent
1 box, 13 folders, .2 cubic ft.
Object Name
Archive
Language
English
Object ID
MG0153
Location of Originals
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Related Item Notes
Business and Industry Collection (MG0107)
Invoice and Receipt Collection (MG0253)
Billheads from the Commissioners' Orders for Payment Collection (MG0182)
Business Letterhead Collection (MG0254)
Notes
Preferred Citation: Advertising and Promotional Collection (MG0153), Folder #, LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
No restrictions.
Copyright
Collection may not be photocopied. Please direct questions to Research Center Staff at research@lancasterhistory.org.
Permission for reproduction and/or publication must be obtained in writing from LancasterHistory.
Credit
Courtesy of LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Other Numbers
MG-153
Other Number
MG-153
Classification
MG0153
Description Level
Fonds
Custodial History
This collection was originally cataloged in 1998 and the finding aid is updated as items are added. Added to database 25 August 2021.
Documents
Less detail
Collection
City of Lancaster Records
Title
City of Lancaster Records
Object ID
MG0420
Date Range
1763-1919
. Stewart and Son James W. Queen and Company John Baer's Sons John Best and Son John Mingle and Son Kauffman and Keller Kauffman Keller and Company Kepler and Slaymaker L. G. Tillotson and Company Lancaster and Williams Town Pike Company Lancaster City Bureau of Police Lancaster City Steam Soap and Candle
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Collection
City of Lancaster Records
Title
City of Lancaster Records
Description
Series 1 contains invoices, arrest warrants, and tax collector books for the city of Lancaster. Invoices that were approved by the city council in 1878, 1883 and 1884 for payroll and supplies include road and bridge maintenance, water works, fire departments, clerk and inspection work, and costs incurred by the city during an outbreak of small pox. Arrest warrants for 1918-1919 show names of defendant(s) and police officer, the charge, date and case number. There are also tax collector records for 1860-1889, incomplete.
Series 2 contains documents regarding the market houses, waterworks, lamps, roads, railroad and city ordinances. Petitions support a candidate for night watchman, seek to repeal an ordinance for hanging signs and regulations for public scales, and request a reward for the apprehension of a murderer. There is an 1815 naturalization certificate for James Williams and a resolution regarding a visit of Gen. Andrew Jackson.
Series 3 contains miscellaneous items related to the Borough of Lancaster (1742 to 1818) found in the Document Collection. Items include an act regulating the buildings and keeping in repair the streets, lanes, and alley of Lancaster, passed 14 January 1774; oaths of office sworn by various men from 1764 to 1769; and an extract of Lancaster Borough laws enacted 22 January 1774 reporting the regulations and fines of this borough.
Date Range
1763-1919
Year Range From
1763
Year Range To
1919
Creator
City Council (Lancaster, Pa.)
Storage Location
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, PA
Storage Room
Archives South
Storage Wall
Side 10
People
Able, John F.
Allen, Samuel
Althouse, Henry F.
Amer, William
Amwake, William F. H.
Arnold, John. L.
Atkins, Bessie
Aument, Charles F.
Baer, John
Bair, G. D.
Bair, L. D.
Baker, Edward W.
Barber, Samuel
Barr, Charles H.
Barr, J. K.
Barr, Jacob K.
Bauer, Peter J.
Bauman, Ray
Beamsderfer, Howard
Beck, William
Beck, William D.
Beidle, John
Beitz, Philip
Bender, Frantz
Benedict, H. F.
Best, John
Betz, Philip
Bickham, James
Bitner, D. P.
Bitner, David
Bletz, David
Blickenderfer, R.
Bolbach, Philip
Bolenius, R. M.
Bowman, Martin
Bowman, William
Brimmer, Frederick
Brown, B. J.
Brown, C. H.
Brown, George W.
Brown, J. S.
Brown, Jesse S.
Burkholder, Clayton
Burrowes, F. S.
Bushong, Walter G.
Calder, George
Callahan, George B.
Carpenter, James C.
Carr, James
Casini, Frank
Cassel, A. N.
Castner, Frank
Charles, Walter
Cherry, Patrick
Churchill, Marion
Clark, William
Clendman, E. S.
Cochran, H. B.
Cooper, Thomas F.
Cranley, Ambrogi
Cummings, Samuel
Curry, Joseph
Daily, D. G.
Daily, David G.
Deacon, Edward
Deem, David L.
Deen, D. L.
Deiby, Philip
Deichler, Harry
Dickee, Frederick
Dickle, Fred
Diffenbaugh, A. L.
Diller, Harry A.
Doerley, Henry
Doerson, Philip
Dommel, Harry
Dorley, Harry
Dorley, Henry
Dornbaugh, Graybill
Douts, Walter
Druckemiller, Jacob
Dull, Walter W.
Eaby, George W.
Eberman, H. F.
Eberts, Jasper
Eckert, Henry
Eckert, Leonard
Ehler, Henry
Eichholtz, Robert L.
Eleight, James M.
Elligott, James M.
Elliott, Samuel
Ellis, Charles T.
Embich, Christian
Ensurian, H. M.
Erb, J. B.
Erisman, C. Y.
Eshleman, D. Y.
Evans, Samuel
Faesig, Frank J.
Fellman, John
Fetter, Jacob
Finefrock, B. Frank
Finney, W. B.
Finney, William B.
Fisher, William
Fisher, Henry
Fisher, Wilson
Fitzpatrick, J. A.
Flora, Charles W.
Fondersmith, G. L.
Fox, Benjamin
Franciscus, Stofel
Franklin, Witney
Frantz, Andrew F.
Freh, John
Fries, George
Fritchey, J. U.
Furniss, Joseph
Gable, Jacob
Gerhart, William R.
Gill, John
Goodman, Jonas
Gorman, John
Gormley, Charles
Grauer, George
Greenwalt, Charles
Greivetz, D.
Groff, B. F.
Groff, H. D.
Groff, H. L.
Groff, Raymond
Grubley, John
Gundaker, Jacob
Hagen, Patrick
Haines, Harry
Halbach, J.
Halbach, Jacob
Haley, James
Hamilton, J. A.
Hamilton, John A.
Hardy, George
Harkins, W. E.
Harsh, Benjamin
Hart, John
Hartman, J.
Heinitsh, Charles A.
Henry, Benjamin
Henry, William
Herr, L. B.
Hinchey, Edward
Hindie, Robert
Hogarth, Joseph
Holman, I. D.
Holman, Janice
Hopson, John
Hostetter, Simon
Howell, H. N.
Howell, Henry H.
Huber, Joseph H.
Hubley, Isaac
Jeffries, John R.
Johnson, George
Johnson, J. W.
Johnson, John F.
Kachel, Elvin
Kahle, William
Karer, Henry
Kauffman, Isaac
Kauffman, J. R.
Keller, John
Keller, Kauffman
Kepler, Aaron Conrad
Kiehl, John C.
Kirkpatrick, William
Kirsch, John
Kitch, Davis
Kline, G. M.
Kreckovich, Michael
Kuhns, John
Kurtz, George
Landis, D. B.
Landis, F. F.
Landis, A. B.
Landis, Philip
Laucks, John H.
Lauman, Ludwig
Lawrence, George
Lawrence, William
Lebzelter, Philip
Leonard, H.
Leonard, Henry
Levan, S. H.
Levan, William A.
Levengood, John
Lichty, J. B.
Long, Abram
Long, John F.
Lorentz, William
Loucks, J. H.
Loucks, John H.
Lyons, Harry
MacGonigle, John T.
Madden, Thomas
Markley, J. B.
Martin, Henry
Massaline, Frank
Mastenna, Antonio
Maxwell, Abram
May, Henry
Mayer, David M.
Mayer, George
Maynard, Walter
McDonald, Alexander
McCarter, A. W.
McCarter, Arthur
McCormick, D. R.
McCue, George W.
McCulley, R. C.
McCully, R. G.
McDonnell, Samuel
McElligott, Thomas F.
McGeehan, John
McKilchey, Charles
McLaughlin, Daniel
Mencher, M. H.
Metzger, M. A.
Metzger, M. I.
Miller, Fred J.
Miller, H.
Miller, Harry
Miller, Herman
Miller, Howard
Miller, Philip
Mohr, Malin
Montooth, Samuel
Montor, Benny
Moore, Harry
Moowawer, Oliver
Morgan, Thomas H.
Morrow, R. M.
Moyer, H. M.
Murray, John
Musser, F. W.
Musser, John
Myers, C. F.
Myers, John C.
Myers, William
Nagle, Peter
Neff, Abraham
Negley, Frank L.
Netscher, C. E.
Nickel, Albert
Noll, Lewis
Nolls, F. Lewis
O'Conner, Thomas
O'Donell, Frank
Orem, William
Orem, William J.
Oster, R. S.
Ostheim, Joseph
Overly, H.
Pavenger, Gertrude
Pearsol, John H.
Pennington, William
Pinkerton, Elizabeth
Pool, Samuel J.
Price, Thomas P.
Price, William W.
Pryor, Fred
Puck, Thomas P.
Pyott, J. D.
Quade, C. F.
Raub, M. W.
Raum, Samuel
Rawlings, Henry
Rawlins, John
Reeder, T. L.
Reily, James
Reiner, Henry
Reinir, Anslem
Remley, John
Richardson, William
Ricker, Frank A.
Ringwalt, Amos
Rogers, Harry
Rogers, Henry
Rohrer, DuBois
Rohrer, J. B.
Roy, William H.
Rudy, Philip
Ruhl, Cyrus
Russel, Charles
Samson, Benjamin
Schaum, George H.
Schindler, A.
Schwartz, John
Schwebel, Charles
Sehner, George
Seibley, Andrew
Seran, S. H.
Sevan, S. H.
Shaffner, Caspar
Sheil, Raymond F.
Shenck, H. C.
Shenk, Joseph
Shroder, F.
Shulmyer, Russel
Siegler, John A.
Skinner, John
Smallvachs, Alexander
Smith, C. Henry
Smith, John
Smith, Michael
Snyder, E. E.
Snyder, Elmer
Snyder, George
Solsky, Samuel
Sorenze, William
Spurrier, A. K.
Staices, George
Stainz, George W.
Stauffer, John F.
Steel, Charles
Stehman, W. H.
Steinman, G. M.
Steinman, George M.
Steinwandel, A.
Stone, John
Stone, Lodwick
Sussner, Henry
Thran, John W.
Thurlow, Thomas
Tillinghast, B. C.
Tillotson, L. G.
Tomlinson, George
Trapnell, David N.
Voght, Christian
Waitz, Gustave
Walker, Edward
Warfel, Bertha
Weiles, Lewis F.
Welchans, Edward
Wenger, D. H.
Westhaffer, H. E.
Wetzel, Edward
Wetzel, John
White, Henry A.
Whitlock, Isaac
Wiley, W. B.
Wilhelm, F.H.
Wimer, J. A.
Winower, Harry J.
Winower, Peter
Wise, Christian
Wisler, J. L.
Wolf, Joseph
Wolpert, L.
Worthington, Henry P.
Worthington, Henry R.
Zell, William D.
Ziegler, J. A.
Other Creators
Tax Assessor (Lancaster, Pa.); Bureau of Police (Lancaster, Pa.).
Subjects
Business records
Criminal records
Lancaster (Pa.)--Bureau of Police
Lancaster (Pa.)--Tax Assessor
Tax collection
Search Terms
American Fire Engine and Hose Company
American Life Insurance Company
Arrests
Bartle and Snyder
Baumgardner, Eberman and Company
Bowers and Hurst
Brimmer and Tucker
Chain Carrier
Christian Wise and Brothers
Common Sense Metallic Packing Manufacturing Company
Conestoga Steam Mills
D. H. Wenger and Brother
Declarations
Directors of the Poor of Lancaster County
Empire Hook and Ladder Company
Everts and Overdeer
F. Shroder and Company
Fines
Flinn and Breneman
Friendship Fire Company
G. L. FonDersmith
G. Sener and Sons
George Fries and Company
George M. Steinman and Company
George Martin and Company
Givler, Bowers and Hurst
Gorrecht and Company
H. Baumgardner and Company
Humane Fire Company
Humphreville and Keiffer
Invoices
J. Stewart and Son
James W. Queen and Company
John Baer's Sons
John Best and Son
John Mingle and Son
Kauffman and Keller
Kauffman Keller and Company
Kepler and Slaymaker
L. G. Tillotson and Company
Lancaster and Williams Town Pike Company
Lancaster City Bureau of Police
Lancaster City Steam Soap and Candle Works
Lancaster County Prison
Lancaster Examiner
Lancaster Freie Presse
Lancaster Gas Light and Fuel Company
Lancaster Intelligencer
Lancaster Lamp Committee
Lancaster New Era
Lancaster Waterworks
Leonard and Ellis
Market House No. 1
Market House No. 2
Market House No. 3
Maxim Electric Light and Power Company
Mellert and Company
Miller and Detz Contractors
Mrs. H. Miller and Son
Oaths of office
Payroll
Pennsylvania Globe Gas Light Company
Pennsylvania Railroad
Pennsylvania Telephone Company
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company
Philip Lebzelter and Company
Pontz and Brothers
Regulations
Regulators
Shiffler Fire Company
Snyder and Price
Sprecher and Pfeiffer
Station houses
Steinman and Hensel
Stoner, Shreiner and Company
Sun Fire Company
Union Fire Company
Washington Fire Company
Weimer and Carter
West Reading Pipe and Machine Works
Extent
3 boxes 37 folders 1 cubic ft.
Object Name
Archive
Language
English
Object ID
MG0420
Location of Originals
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Related Item Notes
Lancaster City Archives
George and Rhonda Andreadis Collection of Lancaster City Records (MG0545)
Notes
Preferred Citation: Title or description of item, date (day, month, year), Collection Title (MG#), Series #, Box #, Folder #, (or Object ID), LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. URL if applicable. Date accessed (day, month, year).
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Please use digital images and transcriptions when available. Original documents may be used by appointment--contact Research@LancasterHistory.org prior to visit.
Copyright
Collection may not be photocopied. Please direct questions to Research Center Staff at Research@LancasterHistory.org.
Permission for reproduction and/or publication must be obtained in writing from LancasterHistory.
Credit
Courtesy of LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Other Numbers
MG-420
Classification
MG0420
Description Level
Fonds
Documents
Less detail
Collection
Business and Industry Collection
Title
Business and Industry Collection
Object ID
MG0107
Date Range
1874-present
Gundaker's Emporium H. A. Darrenkamp Hammond's Pretzel Bakery Herr & Schroyer's Gents' Furnishing Store Hoffman's Farm Seeds Hoffman's Quality Farm Seeds Huth Engineers, Inc. Independent Telephone Company of Lancaster County Industries J. B. Martin & Co. J. O. Cunningham & Co. John H. Troup Music House, Inc
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Collection
Business and Industry Collection
Title
Business and Industry Collection
Description
The Business and Industry Collection contains catalogs, newsletters, and ephemera for businesses in Lancaster County.
Date Range
1874-present
Date of Accumulation
1874-1970
Creator
LancasterHistory (Organization)
Storage Location
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, PA
Storage Room
Archives South
Storage Wall
Side 03
People
Burri, Eric
Deichler, Albert M.
Garden, William O.
Garman, Lewis
Groff, Isaac M.
Heilbron, Samuel L.
Hess, Conrad Z.
Hoffman, A. H.
Hoffman, Byron
Knox, Willis R.
Livingston, S. H.
Merlier, Franz de
Nissley, J. Richard
Miley, Frank D.
Barto, J. Wilson
Subjects
Advertisements
Business enterprises
Catalogs
Ephemera
Letters
Newsletters
Small business
Search Terms
A. Buch's Sons Company
A. H. Hoffman, Inc.
Advertisements
American Machine and Foundry Company
Amos Eby and Company
Amsco Music Publishing Company
Bards Gift Shop
Baumgardner Company
Burger's Music House
Business enterprises
Catalogs
Champion Blower and Forge Company
Co-operative Mutual Life Insurance Company
Coble's Tire Service
Columbia Electric Light and Power Company
Connecticut Fire Insurance Company
Connecticut General Life Insurance Company
DeWalt, Inc.
Eby Fertilizer
Eichholtz and Bowman's Art Store
Engle and Hambright
Ephemera
Everite Pump and Manufacturing Company
F. A. Erickson and Company
Finding aids
Gundaker's Emporium
H. A. Darrenkamp
Hammond Pretzel Bakery, Inc.
Herr and Schroyer's Gents' Furnishing Store
Hoffman's Farm Seeds
Huth Engineers, Inc.
Independent Telephone Company of Lancaster County
Industries
J. B. Martin and Company
J. O. Cunningham and Company
J. H. Troup's Music House
John S. Gleim and Company
Keystone Hide Company
Kitchen Kettle Foods, Inc.
Lancaster County Seed Company
Lancaster Real Estate Company
Lancaster Stockyards
Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum
Leisure Miniature Golf Course
Lititz Mutual Insurance Company
Live Stock Commission
Manuscript groups
Mount Joy Fleet of Insurance Companies
New Holland Machine Company
Newsletters
Oblender's Furniture Store
Oblinger Brothers and Company
Permutit Company
Radio Corporation of America
Raub Supply Company
Rohrer's Liquor Store
Root's Nurseries, Inc.
Schroyer's Central Floral Depot
Sensenich Brothers
Small business
Southeastern Penna. Artificial Breeding Cooperative
Sperry New Holland
Stehli and Co., Inc.
Union Stock Yards
Utilities
Wenger Chiropractic Clinic
Wilson Laundry Machinery Company
Zook's Art Studio
Extent
1 box, 28 folders, 1 cubic ft.
Object Name
Archive
Language
English
Object ID
MG0107
Location of Originals
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Access Conditions / Restrictions
No restrictions.
Copyright
Collection may not be photocopied. Please direct questions to Research Center Staff at research@lancasterhistory.org.
Permission for reproduction and/or publication must be obtained in writing from LancasterHistory.
Credit
Courtesy of LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Other Numbers
MG-107
Classification
MG0107
Description Level
Fonds
Custodial History
Added to database 19 February 2019.
Documents
Less detail
Collection
George and Rhonda Andreadis Collection of Lancaster City Records, Series 2
Title
George and Rhonda Andreadis Collection of Lancaster City Records, Series 2 Fire Department
Object ID
MG0545_Series02
Date Range
1856-1897
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Collection
George and Rhonda Andreadis Collection of Lancaster City Records, Series 2
Title
George and Rhonda Andreadis Collection of Lancaster City Records, Series 2 Fire Department
Description
The documents in MG0545, Series 2 represent the business of the City of Lancaster related to the fire department, which was established in 1881 by consolidating the private fire companies in the city. These nineteenth century documents are primarily invoices for engine and hose parts and repairs; horse tack, feed and stables; alarm boxes; supplies; engine house maintenance; and salary payments. A few invoices are for the earlier volunteer fire companies.
Admin/Biographical History
"A radical change in the method of providing protection against fire was brought about in 1882, a paid city fire department being substituted for the volunteer fire companies. The old system had to some extent fallen into
disrepute and become inefficient. The ordinance creating the new system was approved Dec. 21, 1881, and actual organization was commenced in February 1882 by the appointment of Henry N. Howell as chief engineer.
The engine-houses, engines, and hose-carts of the American and Washington Fire Companies were purchased, and also the engines of the Union and Sun Companies and the house of the Humane. The department was in working order in April 1882 and has since then been constantly undergoing improvement."
Ellis, Franklin and Samuel Evans. History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, with Biographical Sketches of Many of Its Pioneers and Prominent Men. Philadelphia: Everts & Peck. 1883.
System of Arrangement
This collection is organized into series by subject:
Series 1 Market Houses
Series 2 Fire Department
Series 3 Bridges
Series 4 Railroads
Series 5 Lamps and Lighting
Series 6 Relief Fund
Series 7 Administrative Records
Date Range
1856-1897
Year Range From
1856
Year Range To
1897
Date of Accumulation
1856-1897
Creator
Lancaster (Pa.)
Storage Location
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, PA
Storage Room
Archives South
Storage Wall
Side 11
People
Albright, Robert
Barr, Charles H.
Bateman, William H.
Beidle, John
Bihl, A. F.
Blickenderfer, R.
Brimmer, Fred
Brimmer, George H.
Brown, Daniel
Brown, George W.
Calder, George Jr.
Colvin, C. H.
Cox, Samuel B.
Cummings, W. P.
Eby, Jonas F.
Edgerley, Edward
Erisman, H. M.
Eshelman, J. W.
Faust, Jacob
Finney, W. B.
Glazier, Henry
Groff, Abraham S.
Groff, H. E.
Groff, Nathaniel
Hartman, Army
Hatz, Jacob
Hawthorn, John A.
Heinitsh, John F.
Herr, Abraham
Herr, Allan A.
Herr, J. L.
Herr, M. B.
Hirsh, B. W.
Hoch, W. T.
Huber, Joseph H.
Jacks, Samson
Jahn, Francis
Jeffries, John R.
Kitch, Davis
Kreider, Jacob S.
Martin, B. B.
Miller, Fred
Miller, H. C.
Miller, Mrs. L.
Pfeiffer, F. W.
Plitt, Edward
Pontz, Adam
Ringwalt, Amos
Roote, G. W.
Rudy, Frank H.
Rudy, Philip
Schum, Philip
Shaub, H.
Shaub, J. C.
Shenk, B. M.
Shenk, Charles G.
Shindle, J. P.
Shirk, Reuben
Smeltz, Edmond S.
Steigerwalt, H. J.
Sutton, J. L.
Vondersmith, H. B.
Walker, Edward
Welchans, A. C.
Wilson, William H.
Wise, Zeb
Wohlsen, William
Wylie, William T.
Zook, Jacob K.
Subjects
Fire departments
Volunteer fire departments
Business records
Lancaster (Pa.)
Search Terms
American Fire Engine and Hose Company
Baumgardner Company
Baumgardner, Eberman and Company
Baumgardners and Jefferies
Binkley's Bridge Post Office
Burger and Anderson
Business records
C. V. Rote and Company
Centennial Pastry Board
Chambers and Palmer
Citizens' Electric Light, Heat and Power Company
City Hotel
Crystal Ice Company
D. B. Landis and Son
Dennison Manufacturing Company
Dialogue and Serrill
Eagle Spoke and Bending Works
Eureka Fire Company
Everts and Overdeer
Finding aids
Fire departments
Friendship Fire Company
Fulton Cotton Mill
Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Company
George M. Steinman and Company
Gleason and Bailey Manufacturing Company
Gutta Percha and Rubber Manufacturing Company
Henwood Company
Humane Fire Company
Invoices
J. B. Prescott and Son
J. B. Shannon and Sons
J. M. Migeod and Son
J. P. Stormfeltz and Sons
John Best and Son
L. G. Tillotson and Company
La France Fire Engine Company
Lancaster
Lancaster Gas Light and Fuel Company
Lancaster Planing Mill Company
Lancaster Son and Company
Lancaster Steam Soap and Candle Works
Lowell Harness and Collar Company
Manchester Locomotive Works
Manuscript groups
Marion and Stoy
McLaughlin and Gesell
Miller and Hartman
Patrick and Carter Company
Philip Lebzelter and Company
Phoenix Cork Works
Reilly Brothers and Raub
Ridenour and Schaum
Samuel Eastman and Company
Shiffler Fire Company
Southern Electric Company
Stoner, Shreiner and Company
Sun Fire Company
Union Fire Company
Washington Fire Company
Wilfing and Sawyer
Extent
2 boxes, 72 folders, .5 cubic ft.
Object Name
Archive
Language
English
Object ID
MG0545_Series02
Location of Originals
LancasterHistory
Related Item Notes
Lancaster City Archives
George and Rhonda Andreadis Collection of Lancaster City Records, MG0545
Access Conditions / Restrictions
No restrictions. Original documents may be used. Please contact research@lancasterhistory.org prior to visit.
Copyright
Collection may not be photocopied. Please direct questions to Research Center Staff at research@lancasterhistory.org.
Permission for reproduction and/or publication must be obtained in writing from LancasterHistory.
Credit
Courtesy of LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Other Numbers
MG-545, Series 2
Other Number
MG-545, Series 2
Classification
MG0545
Description Level
Series
Custodial History
Note: These documents are mostly administrative records, not permanent records, and were likely purged by the city offices when they were no longer needed. We are fortunate that they survived as they contain details about Lancaster's past.
Collection was organized and rehoused by PH, Summer 2011; finding aid typed by HST, April 2012.
Documents
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Adam Reigart Jr., John S. Murphy Collection
Title
Adam Reigart Jr., John S. Murphy Collection
Object ID
MG0331
Date Range
1762-2003
Invoices J. Walker & Co. John Warden & Sons Kentucky Lancaster Lancaster Almshouse Lancaster Bar Association Lancaster Intelligencer Lancaster Journal Lancaster New Era Lancaster Sunday News Lane Slaymaker & Co. Letters London, England Lower Windsor Twp., York County, Pennsylvania Lowry & Myers Luzerne
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Collection
Adam Reigart Jr., John S. Murphy Collection
Title
Adam Reigart Jr., John S. Murphy Collection
Description
The Adam Reigart Jr., John S. Murphy Collection contains correspondence between Adam Reigart, Jr. in Lancaster and Philip Wager in Philadelphia and their families. The letters are primarily from the early nineteenth century and provide information about family illness, travel, visits, business, and family chatter. The receipts and invoices show purchases made in Lancaster and Philadelphia, especially clothing, fabric, dry goods, and meat. The remainder of the collection is made up of newspaper articles, books, and an album of poetry and drawings. The items were housed in a gig trunk which is now in the museum collection.
Admin/Biographical History
Adam Reigart, Jr. (1765-1844) was born in Lancaster. He was the eldest son of Col. Adam Reigart, owner of the Grape Tavern which served as general headquarters during the Revolutionary War. Adam Jr. founded the Reigart Wine Store in 1785 and was in business with Philip Wager in Philadelphia and Philip's son Peter throughout his career. He was the first president of the Lancaster branch of the Bank of Pennsylvania, and was involved with the Conestoga Navigation Company and the Union Fire Company.
Adam Jr. married Mary Magdalena Wager (1772-1806) in 1791. Mary was the daughter of Philip Wager, a Philadelphia wine merchant. They had eight daughters and a son. Susan married Stephen C. Slaymaker and Margaretta married Henry Y. Slaymaker.
Date Range
1762-2003
Year Range From
1762
Year Range To
2003
Date of Accumulation
1762-2003
Creator
Murphy, John Slaughter, 1921-2011
Storage Location
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, PA
Storage Room
Archives South
Storage Wall
Side 08
People
Arnold, Benedict
Baker, W.
Bare, Jacob
Blight, Peter
Boughter, Charles
Breidenhart, George
Brien, Edward
Brown, Luke
Butter, Charles
Cassidy, Edward
Clarke, John
Clendenin, Samuel
Coleman, Edward
Coleman, William
Edwards, Susanna
Ehler, John
Fisher, Sammy
Fox, Sam M.
Frey, John
Gaskill, Edmund
Gay, Edward F.
Getz, John
Givens, John
Graeff, George
Greland, D.
Hahn, B. Christian
Harrison, George
Haverstick, William
Hopkins, A. R.
Hopkins, Ann
Houston, James
Hubley, Frederick
Hubley, Joseph
Hultzheimer, N.
Hyde, Charles
Irving, Robert
Jack, Joshua
Kauffman, Jacob
King, George
Kirkpatrick, William
Kline, Jacob
Lane, John
Leiper, George G.
Lowry, Robert
Lowry, Robert K.
Mayer, George Louis
Metzger, Emanuel
Metzger, George
Metzger, Jacob
Miller, Barbara
Miller, Henry
Miller, Martin
Miller, Philip
Montgomery, William
Morris, John
Mosher, Joseph
Murphy, John Slaughter
Myer, John
Myers, John
Newlin, Nathaniel
Nice, Levi
Nimrod, Maxwell
Ogilby, Joseph
Otto, Jacob S.
Otto, John C.
Pennington, Edward
Peters, Abraham
Phinney, Zina
Price, Joseph
Price, Richard
Reigart, Adam
Reigart, Adam, Jr.
Reigart, Ann
Reigart, Emanuel
Reigart, Henrietta
Reigart, Maria Wager
Reigart, Mary
Reigart, Mary C.
Reigart, Philip Wager
Reigart, Susan
Rimfast, John
Sample, Joseph
Schaubel, Johannis
Sener, Samuel Miller
Sewell, Charles S.
Shaeffer, Jacob
Shenk, Abraham
Shenk, Christian
Shippen, Peggy
Singer, A.
Slaymaker, Henry Edwin
Slaymaker, Mary Steele
Slaymaker, Stephen Cochran
Smith, Ann
Smith, Anthony
Smith, Ralph
Stein, Philip
Steinman, George
Stewart, William
Sullivan, Susannah
Wager, George
Wager, Hannah
Wager, James
Wager, Mary
Wager, Peter
Wager, Philip H.
Wager, Sally
Wager, Sophia
Wager, William
Walsh, Christopher
Wentz, Thomas
Wertz, Christian
Wharton, Charles
Whitaker, George
Whitaker, John
Wimer, Michael
Winroth, Margaret
Witmer, David
Woodmund, William
Yeiser, Philip
Other Creators
Reigart family
Subjects
Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Invoices
Letters
Obituaries
Receipts (Acknowledgments)
Search Terms
Adam Reigart and Son
Albums
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Boston, Massachusetts
Brenner and Reed
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Cape May, New Jersey
Charles C. and J. Watson
Christ Church Burial Ground
Cincinnati, Ohio
Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Correspondence
Delaware
Dixon Walker and Company
Earp and Brothers
Finding aids
Grape Hotel
Greene County, New York
H. Behlen and Company
Illnesses
Invoices
J. Walker and Company
John Warden and Sons
Kentucky
Lancaster
Lancaster County Almshouse
Lancaster Bar Association
Lancaster Intelligencer
Lancaster Journal
Lancaster New Era
Lancaster Sunday News
Lane Slaymaker and Company
Letters
London, England
Lower Windsor Twp., York County, Pennsylvania
Lowry and Myers
Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
Manuscript groups
Margaretta Furnace
Marietta Bank
Morning News
Mount Auburn Cemetery
New York, New York
Newspaper clippings
Obituaries
Ohio
Pennsylvania German Society
Pensacola, Florida
Peter Wager and Company
Philadelphia Inquirer
Pratt and Kintzing
Race Street
Receipts
Reeve's Tavern
South Carolina
Southwark, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Spain
St. James Episcopal Church
Union Fire Company
Vintners
Wager and Company
Washington Fire Company
West Point Military Academy
William Noyes and Company
Wine merchants
York Springs Boarding House
York Springs, York County, Pennsylvania
York, York County, Pennsylvania
Extent
2 boxes, 35 folders, 1.5 cubic ft.
Object Name
Archive
Language
English
Object ID
MG0331
Location of Originals
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Related Item Notes
Gig trunk (2003.078)
Adam Reigart Collection (MG0122)
Notes
Preferred Citation: Title or description of item, date (day, month, year), Adam Reigart Jr., John S. Murphy Collection (MG0331), Folder #, LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Restrictions are noted at the item level.
Copyright
Collection may not be photocopied. Please direct questions to Research Center Staff at research@lancasterhistory.org.
Permission for reproduction and/or publication must be obtained in writing from LancasterHistory.
Credit
Courtesy of LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Accession Number
2003.078
Other Numbers
MG-331
Classification
MG0331
Description Level
Fonds
Custodial History
Processed and finding aid created by KR. Added to database 8 March 2022.
Documents
Less detail
Collection
Invoice and Receipt Collection
Title
Invoice and Receipt Collection
Object ID
MG0253
Date Range
1821-1956
Strip Co. Lancaster County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Lancaster Gas Light and Fuel Co. Long & Davidson Maennerchor Hotel Manuscript groups Mary T. Donnelly Suit Shop Metzger Bros. & Co. Musselman Bros. New Holland Water Department Overly & Good Philip Schum, Son & Co. Piersol
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Collection
Invoice and Receipt Collection
Title
Invoice and Receipt Collection
Description
The Invoice and Receipt Collection contains billheads for purchases from Lancaster County businesses or by residents of the county. These invoices and receipts show some or all of the following information: the name of the customer, item(s) purchased, cost, location and description of business, date of purchase, and date of payment.
System of Arrangement
Arranged by subject.
Date Range
1821-1956
Year Range From
1821
Year Range To
1956
Date of Accumulation
1821-1956
Creator
LancasterHistory (Organization)
Storage Location
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, PA
Storage Room
Archives South
Storage Wall
Side 06
People
Brinton, Susana
Brunner, A.
Crosley, T. T.
Donnelly, Mary T.
Griel, H. M.
Hale, Joseph P.
Hauck, Samuel M.
Heinekamp, William
Leib, J. C.
Miller, Bert
Miller, Edward F.
Miller, John Brubaker
Packer, Roy
Rengier, Charles F., Jr.
Renno, David
Root, Harvey Shimp
Rutter, Eugene M.
Scott, E. S.
Scott, S. H.
Shaibley, C. W.
Shaub, Percy H.
Shindle, B. S.
Shortlage, Helen
Simon, Lewis
Stuckenholz, Justus
Trout, A. S.
Trout, A. W.
Wild, James F.
Bard, Martin
Keller, Adam
Eitnier, Thomas
Subjects
Billheads
Invoices
Receipts (Acknowledgments)
Search Terms
Billheads
Clarion Printing House
Columbia Wagon Company
E. M. Rutter and Company
Edison Electric Company
Finding aids
Freed, Ward and Freed
Heinitsh Paint Company
Hoffmeier Brothers
Invoices
J. Bowman and Sons
J. C. Budding Company
J. C. Leib and Company
Keystone Metal Weather Strip Company
Lancaster County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Lancaster Gas Light and Fuel Company
Long and Davidson
Maennerchor Hotel
Manuscript groups
Mary T. Donnelly Suit Shop
Metzger Brothers and Company
Musselman Bros.
New Holland Water Department
Overly and Good
Philip Schum, Son and Company
Piersol Carpet Company
Receipts
St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Stauffer Home Improvements, Inc.
Steam Cracker and Biscuit Bakery
Steinman Hardware
Sylvan View Dairy
Markets
Estate sales
Taxes
Extent
1 box, 20 folders, .15 cubic ft.
Object Name
Archive
Language
English
Object ID
MG0253
Location of Originals
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Related Item Notes
Business and Industry Collection (MG0107)
Business Letterhead Collection (MG0254)
Billheads from the Commissioners' Orders for Payment Collection (MG0182)
Advertising and Promotional Collection (MG0153)
Notes
Preferred Citation: Title or description of item, date (day, month, year), Invoice and Receipt Collection (MG0253), Folder #, LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
No restrictions.
Copyright
Collection may not be photocopied. Please direct questions to Research Center Staff at research@lancasterhistory.org.
Permission for reproduction and/or publication must be obtained in writing from LancasterHistory.
Credit
Courtesy of LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Other Numbers
MG-253
Classification
MG0253
Description Level
Fonds
Custodial History
The Invoice and Receipt Collection was formerly called the Bills of Sale Collection. The title of the collection was changed on 25 August 2021 to reflect the items in the collection.
This collection was originally cataloged prior to 1997 and the finding aid is updated as items are added. Added to database 25 August 2021.
Documents
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Collection
George Steinman Papers, Series 1 Steinman Album
Title
George Steinman Papers, Series 1 Steinman Album
Object ID
MG0184_S01
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Collection
George Steinman Papers, Series 1 Steinman Album
Title
George Steinman Papers, Series 1 Steinman Album
Description
The George Steinman Papers, Series 1 contains an album, compiled by George Steinman, with many photographs of buildings, tombstones, monuments and scenes of Lancaster city and county. Ephemera and newspaper articles are among the photographs. Represented in the album are Postlethwaite's Tavern, hotels and taverns, fire houses, the Conestoga massacre, churches, cemeteries, Ephrata Cloister, prominent citizens and their homes, Stehli Silk Mill, and schools. The four boxes contain orginal correspondence, documents, photographs and ephemera or and pertaining to the same subject matter as the album.
System of Arrangement
This collection is divided into two series:
Series 1 The Steinman Album
Series 2 Documents, Photographs, Ephemera
Date of Accumulation
ca. 1860-1920
Creator
Steinman, George Michael, 1847-1920
Storage Location
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, PA
Storage Room
Archives South
Storage Wall
Side 04
Storage Shelf
Top shelf
People
Altee, John
André, John
Appel, T. Roberts
Armstrong, Elizabeth
Atlee, Samuel John
Atlee, Washington Lemuel
Atlee, William Augustus
Atlee, William Pitt
Baer, John
Baily, Francis
Bair, Daniel
Baker, James G.
Baldwin, Edith L.
Barr, Elias
Barton, Thomas
Bausman, Elizabeth
Bausman, William
Bear, Henry
Beck, Herbert Huebener
Beck, Martin
Beecher, William C.
Beissel, Conrad
Beissel, John Conrad
Bender, Henry
Bethel, Samuel
Bezellon, Martha Coombe
Bezellon, Peter
Boehm, Henry
Boyle, Philip
Breneman, Benjamin Franklin
Breneman, Gideon
Breneman, Franklin Henry
Broll, John
Brown, J. H.
Bryan, George
Buchanan, James
Buchmiller, Dulon Frank
Burkhart, Anna Margarita
Burkhart, George
Burrowes, Francis Smith
Burrowes, Thomas Henry
Burt, Nathaniel
Calder, George, Jr.
Cameron, James
Carpenter, John
Carpenter, William
Cheves, Langdon
Clay, Henry
Clemson, James
Coleman, Elizabeth
Coleman, Robert
Coleman, William
Cope, Caleb
Cope, Thomas P.
Cox, John
Crawford, James
Crowel, Mary R.
Damant, James
Davis, Benjamin Franklin
Dering, Henry
Detwiler, Thomas Craig
Diffenbaugh, Henry
Diffenderfer, Milton Hess
Diffenderffer, Frank Reid
Diller, Graybill
Donnley, Felix
Downing, Samuel
Dufresne, Samuel
Duvel, P. S.
Eberly, Michael
Edge, Walter Warren
Eichholtz, Jacob
Ellicott, Andrew
Elliot, Robert
Ellmaker, Nathaniel
Eshleman, Frank
Fahnestock, Samuel
Ferree, Philip
Fordney, Melchoir
Forney, J. A.
Fox, Cyrus
Frailey, Jacob
Franklin, George F.
Franklin, Walter
Fraser, Susan
Frazer, Reah
Fulton, Robert
Funck, John
Funk, John
Galbreath, John
Geist, M. W.
Germon, W. L.
Gill, William
Gingrich, Amos
Graff, Andreas
Grant, Hamilton
Graybill, Jacob
Groff, John M.
Groff, Sebastian
Grosh, John
Grove, Annie C.
Grubb, Daisy
Grubb, Peter
Hager, Walter C.
Haldeman, Samuel Steman
Hall, Charles
Hamilton, Andrew
Hamilton, James
Hammond, Frederick W.
Hamond, E. R.
Hand, Edward
Hand, John
Hand, Mollie
Harpel, Charlotte
Hayes, Alexander Laws
Hazen, Moses
Heinitsh, August
Heintzelman, Samuel Peter
Heister, Joseph
Henderson, Barton
Henderson, Thomas G.
Henry, John Joseph
Hensel, George Washington, Jr.
Hensel, William Uhler
Herr, Christian
Herr, Hans
Herr, Rudy
Hews, George H.
Hoffnagle, Peter
Hood, Alexander H.
Hostetter, Albert Keller
Hughes, Edward
Hutter, Christian
Jacobs, Cyrus
Jenkins, David
Jenkins, William
Kevinski, John B.
King, George H.
Kirkpatrick, William
Konigmacher, Joseph
Kroome, Hiram
Krug, George
Kuhn, Simon
Kuhn, Simon Adam
Landis, David Bachman
Landis, David H.
Landis, Harry
Landis, Jacob
Light, John B.
Lightner, Michael
Lincoln, Abraham
Lippold, John W.
Loeb, Jacob
Long, Henry Grimler
Long, Isaac
Lowery, Alexander
Lowery, Lazarus
Ludlow, Robert Fulton
Magee, David Francis
Marshall, Christopher
Marshall, John
Martin, C. H.
Mason, S.
Mathiot, John
Matlack, Timothy
Mayer, Christian B.
McCaskey, John Piersol "Jack"
McClain, Francis Bernard
McClellan, George Brinton
McCormick, D. R.
McFarquahr, Colin
McGrann, Bernard John
Melsheimmer, Frederick Valentine
Metzger, Samuel H.
Mifflin, Thomas
Miller, Dave "Devil"
Miller, John
Miller, Susanna
Mishler, Benjamin
Montgomery, John R.
Montgomery, William
Morton, William Augustus
Mulhatten, Barney
Musser, Yost
Myers, Albert
Mylin, Martin
Neff, John
Nevin, John D.
North, Hugh McAlister
Old, James
Parks, Jake
Pastor, John
Peiper, William L.
Penn, William
Pitt, William
Porter, Andrew
Porter, George B.
Pyle, Howard
Ramsey, David
Raub, Galen John Peoples
Reigart, Adam
Reigart, Emanuel C.
Reilly, Mary Gertrude Costigan
Reinmansnyder, Helen
Reynolds, George Nelson
Reynolds, John Fulton
Reynolds, William
Rogers, Milton C.
Rose, Frederick
Ross, George
Ross, Patton
Sauber, Charles Alvin
Sener, Samuel Miller
Seyfert, Augustus G.
Shober, Emanuel
Shreiner, Philip
Slaymaker, Henry
Slaymaker, Henry Edwin
Slaymaker, L.
Slaymaker, William
Sloane, S.
Slough, Elizabeth
Smith, Charles
Snavely, Harry H.
Stahr, John Summers
Stambauch, Samuel
Stauffer, David McNeely
Stedman, Alexander
Steinman, George Michael
Stevens, Thaddeus
Stiegel, Henry William
Strong Wolf, Chief
Summy, Levi
Sutter, John Augustus
Tener, John C.
Thornburg, Robert
Todd, Charles
Tomlinson, George
Urban, John
Vogan, John
Washington, George
Webb, James
West, Benjamin
Wharton, Thomas
Whiteside, John
Wiley, William
Williamson, Henry Stackhouse
Willson, George Bolivar
Willson, John
Winover, Peter
Wise, Charles
Wise, John
Witmer, Abraham
Witmer, David
Witmer, Esther Elizabeth
Worner, William Frederic
Wright, James
Wright, John
Yeates, Catharine
Yeates, Jasper
Zahm, Godfried
Zahm, Mathias
Zahm, Samuel H.
Zantzinger, Paul
Zehmer, Anthony
Zinzendorf, Nicholaus
Subjects
Ephemera
Photographs
Scrapbooks
Search Terms
Abbeville (Historic estate)
Abbeville Mill
Advent Lutheran Church
Albright's Transportation Depot
All Saints Episcopal Church
American Hose Company
Balloons
Bangor Episcopal Church
Berks County Historical Society
Binkley's Bridge
Bird-In-Hand Friends Meetinghouse
Boehm's Chapel
Buch Tavern
Buchanan Park
Caledonia Furnace
Carpenter's Union Church
Cat Tavern
Cemeteries
Central Cigar Store
Chalices
Chestnut Level Presbyterian Church
Christ Lutheran Church
Christian Herr House
Christiana Resistance
Churches
Clare Point Stock Farm
Columbia - Wrightsville Bridge
Columbia Friends Meetinghouse
Conestoga Furnace
Conestoga Glue Factory
Conestoga Navigation Company
Conestoga wagon
Cosgrove's Tavern
County House
Courthouses
Covered bridges
Disasters
Donegal Presbyterian Church
Downing's Mill
Eagle Hotel
Eden Iron Works
Edge Tool Forge
Elizabeth Furnace
Emmanuel Lutheran Church
Engleside, Lancaster Twp.
Ephemera
Ephrata Cloister
Ephrata Mountain Springs Hotel
Exchange Hotel
Feagleyville
Federal Hall
Finding aids
Fire departments
Fires
First National Store
First Presbyterian Church, Lancaster
First Reformed Church, Lancaster
Fites Eddy Hotel
Fountain Inn
Franklin and Marshall College
Franklin College
Franklin House
Fulton Cotton Mill
General Sutter Inn
Golden Swan Hotel
Grace Lutheran Church
Graeff's Landing
Grape Tavern
Gravestones
Graveyards
Green Cottage
Grubb Mansion
Halfway House
Hans Herr House
Hardwicke
Harmony Hall
Heinitsh Drug Store
Historical markers
Hope Episcopal Church
Hopewell Forge
Hotels
Humane Fire Company
Humes Woolen Mill
Hutter's Folly
Indian Queen Tavern
Indigenous peoples
J. B. Distillery
Keener's Mill
Kepler Lodge
Krug House
Lafayette Hill
Lamb Tavern
Lamparter's Row
Lancaster Academy
Lancaster County Courthouse
Lancaster County Historical Society
Lancaster County National Bank
Lancaster County Prison
Lancaster Curling Club
Lancaster Fencibles
Lancaster Moravian Church
Landisville Mennonite Meetinghouse
Leacock Presbyterian Church
Linden Hall
Lititz Moravian Church
Manuscript groups
Marietta and Susquehanna Trading Company
Markets
Martic Forge, Martic Twp.
Martin Meylin's Gunshop
Masonic halls
Masonic lodges
Massasoit Hall
Mechanics Library
Mellinger Mennonite Church
Middle Octorara Presbyterian Church
Millersville Academy
Millersville State Normal School
Millersville University
Mills
Mischler's Exchange
Mishler's Beer Garden
Montgomery House
Monuments
Moss Cigar Factory
Mount Bethel Mansion
Mount Hope Furnace
Native Americans
Odd Fellows Hall
Old City Hall
Old Welsh Graveyard
Paper mills
Parish houses
Paxton Boys
Penn Square
Pennsbury Manor
Pennsylvania Railroad
Pequea Presbyterian Church
Petroglyphs
Photographs
Plough Tavern
Poole Forge
Postlethwaite's Tavern
Powder houses
Practical Farmer Hotel
Ranck's Mill
Reigart's Landing
Reigart's Old Wine Store
Relay Hotel
Revolutionary War
Rock Ford
Ruth's Fine Groceries
Sadsbury Friends Meetinghouse
Safe Harbor Rolling Mill
Schools
Scrapbooks
Shiffler Fire Company
Ship Tavern
Shippen School
Sign of the Bull Tavern
Sign of the Hat Tavern
Sorrel Horse Hotel
St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church
St. James Episcopal Church
St. John's Episcopal Church
St. John's Lutheran Church
St. John's United Church of Christ
St. Mary's Catholic Church
St. Michael's Lutheran Church
St. Paul's United Church of Christ
St. Peter's Catholic Church
Stamps
Stehli Silk Mill
Stock certificates
Strasburg Academy
Strasburg Mennonite Cemetery
Strasburg Methodist Episcopal Church
Sunflower Inn
Swamp Church
Swan Hotel
Tavern signs
Taverns
Ten Hour House
Three Crowns Tavern
Trinity Lutheran Church
Union Bethel Church
Union Fire Company
Union Hotel
Valley Forge, Chester County, Pennsylvania
Vermont Historical Society
Voganville Hotel
Wabank House
Washington Hotel
Washington Memorial Chapel
Waterloo Tavern
Waterworks
Watt and Shand
Weaverland Mennonite Church
Wheatland
White Horse Hotel
White Swan Hotel
William Pitt Tavern
Windsor Forge
Witmer's Bridge
Witness Tree
Woodward Hill Cemetery
F. W. Woolworth Co.
York Furnace
Young Men's Christian Association
Zion Lutheran Church
Extent
1 scrapbook, 1.5 cubic ft.
Object Name
Scrapbook
Language
English
Object ID
MG0184_S01
Location of Originals
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Copies
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Related Item Notes
George Steinman Papers, Series 2 (MG0184_S02) https://collections.lancasterhistory.org/en/permalink/6c7e11c6-f3ca-469c-891a-145832196710
Photograph Collection
Notes
Preferred Citation: Title or description of item, date (day, month, year), Collection Title (MG#), Series #, Box #, Folder #, (or Object ID), LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. URL if applicable. Date accessed (day, month, year).
"Mr. Geo. Steinman who started this collection of pictures. This book was presented to the Lanc. Co. Historical Society after his death by Mr. Geo. S. Franklin."
John M. Gibson is recorded as the donor, 1968, in LancasterHistory's accession records.
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Access Conditions / Restrictions
Please use digital images and transcriptions when available.
The use of the original album is restricted. Please contact Research@LancasterHistory.org with questions.
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Other Number
MG-184, Series 1
Classification
MG0184
Description Level
Item
Custodial History
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Collection
George Steinman Papers
Title
George Steinman Papers, Series 1 and 2
Object ID
MG0184
Date Range
1738-1955
  2 documents  
Collection
George Steinman Papers
Title
George Steinman Papers, Series 1 and 2
Description
The George Steinman Papers, Series 1 contains an album, compiled by George Steinman, with many photographs of buildings, tombstones, monuments and scenes of Lancaster city and county. Ephemera and newspaper articles are among the photographs. Represented in the album are Postlethwaite's Tavern, hotels and taverns, fire houses, the Conestoga massacre, churches, cemeteries, Ephrata Cloister, prominent citizens and their homes, Stehli Silk Mill, and schools. The four boxes contain orginal correspondence, documents, photographs and ephemera or and pertaining to the same subject matter as the album.
The George Steinman Papers, Series 2 is a collection of original correspondence, documents, photographs, and ephemera primarily compiled by George Steinman. The contents of Series 2 represent Lancaster city and county events, prominent citizens, buildings, monuments, churches, cemeteries, schools, and businesses. Most of what Steinman collected relates to 18th and 19th century Pennsylvania, highlighting Lancaster and Philadelphia. One of the key events highlighted is the Revolutionary war; with documents and images related to Philadelphia, George Washington, the Atlee family, and General Edward Hand. There are images relating to the Christiana Riot and to various buildings in early Lancaster; including but not limited to the Old Jail, the British Prison, and Postlethwaite's Tavern. Also included in the collection is currency printed by Benjamin Franklin in Philadelphia in 1764, and Confederate States currency and bonds.
System of Arrangement
This collection is divided into two series:
Series 1 The Steinman Album
Series 2 Documents, Photographs, Ephemera
Date Range
1738-1955
Year Range From
1738
Year Range To
1955
Date of Accumulation
ca. 1860-1920
Creator
Steinman, George Michael, 1847-1920
Storage Location
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, PA
Storage Room
Archives South
Storage Wall
Side 04
People
Altee, John
André, John
Appel, T. Roberts
Armstrong, Elizabeth
Atlee, Samuel John
Atlee, Washington Lemuel
Atlee, William Augustus
Atlee, William Pitt
Baer, John
Baily, Francis
Bair, Daniel
Baker, James G.
Baldwin, Edith L.
Barr, Elias
Barton, Thomas
Bausman, Elizabeth
Bausman, William
Bear, Henry
Beck, Herbert Huebener
Beck, Martin
Beecher, William C.
Beissel, Conrad
Beissel, John Conrad
Bender, Henry
Bethel, Samuel
Bezellon, Martha Coombe
Bezellon, Peter
Boehm, Henry
Boyle, Philip
Breneman, Benjamin Franklin
Breneman, Gideon
Breneman, Franklin Henry
Broll, John
Brown, J. H.
Bryan, George
Buchanan, James
Buchmiller, Dulon Frank
Burkhart, Anna Margarita
Burkhart, George
Burrowes, Francis Smith
Burrowes, Thomas Henry
Burt, Nathaniel
Calder, George, Jr.
Cameron, James
Carpenter, John
Carpenter, William
Cheves, Langdon
Clay, Henry
Clemson, James
Coleman, Elizabeth
Coleman, Robert
Coleman, William
Cope, Caleb
Cope, Thomas P.
Cox, John
Crawford, James
Crowel, Mary R.
Damant, James
Davis, Benjamin Franklin
Dering, Henry
Detwiler, Thomas Craig
Diffenbaugh, Henry
Diffenderfer, Milton Hess
Diffenderffer, Frank Reid
Diller, Graybill
Donnley, Felix
Downing, Samuel
Dufresne, Samuel
Duvel, P. S.
Eberly, Michael
Edge, Walter Warren
Eichholtz, Jacob
Ellicott, Andrew
Elliot, Robert
Ellmaker, Nathaniel
Eshleman, Frank
Fahnestock, Samuel
Ferree, Philip
Fordney, Melchoir
Forney, J. A.
Fox, Cyrus
Frailey, Jacob
Franklin, George F.
Franklin, Walter
Fraser, Susan
Frazer, Reah
Fulton, Robert
Funck, John
Funk, John
Galbreath, John
Geist, M. W.
Germon, W. L.
Gill, William
Gingrich, Amos
Graff, Andreas
Grant, Hamilton
Graybill, Jacob
Groff, John M.
Groff, Sebastian
Grosh, John
Grove, Annie C.
Grubb, Daisy
Grubb, Peter
Hager, Walter C.
Haldeman, Samuel Steman
Hall, Charles
Hamilton, Andrew
Hamilton, James
Hammond, Frederick W.
Hamond, E. R.
Hand, Edward
Hand, John
Hand, Mollie
Harpel, Charlotte
Hayes, Alexander Laws
Hazen, Moses
Heinitsh, August
Heintzelman, Samuel Peter
Heister, Joseph
Henderson, Barton
Henderson, Thomas G.
Henry, John Joseph
Hensel, George Washington, Jr.
Hensel, William Uhler
Herr, Christian
Herr, Hans
Herr, Rudy
Hews, George H.
Hoffnagle, Peter
Hood, Alexander H.
Hostetter, Albert Keller
Hughes, Edward
Hutter, Christian
Jacobs, Cyrus
Jenkins, David
Jenkins, William
Kevinski, John B.
King, George H.
Kirkpatrick, William
Konigmacher, Joseph
Kroome, Hiram
Krug, George
Kuhn, Simon
Kuhn, Simon Adam
Landis, David Bachman
Landis, David H.
Landis, Harry
Landis, Jacob
Light, John B.
Lightner, Michael
Lincoln, Abraham
Lippold, John W.
Loeb, Jacob
Long, Henry Grimler
Long, Isaac
Lowery, Alexander
Lowery, Lazarus
Ludlow, Robert Fulton
Magee, David Francis
Marshall, Christopher
Marshall, John
Martin, C. H.
Mason, S.
Mathiot, John
Matlack, Timothy
Mayer, Christian B.
McCaskey, John Piersol "Jack"
McClain, Francis Bernard
McClellan, George Brinton
McCormick, D. R.
McFarquahr, Colin
McGrann, Bernard John
Melsheimmer, Frederick Valentine
Metzger, Samuel H.
Mifflin, Thomas
Miller, Dave "Devil"
Miller, John
Miller, Susanna
Mishler, Benjamin
Montgomery, John R.
Montgomery, William
Morton, William Augustus
Mulhatten, Barney
Musser, Yost
Myers, Albert
Mylin, Martin
Neff, John
Nevin, John D.
North, Hugh McAlister
Old, James
Parks, Jake
Pastor, John
Peiper, William L.
Penn, William
Pitt, William
Porter, Andrew
Porter, George B.
Pyle, Howard
Ramsey, David
Raub, Galen John Peoples
Reigart, Adam
Reigart, Emanuel C.
Reilly, Mary Gertrude Costigan
Reinmansnyder, Helen
Reynolds, George Nelson
Reynolds, John Fulton
Reynolds, William
Rogers, Milton C.
Rose, Frederick
Ross, George
Ross, Patton
Sauber, Charles Alvin
Sener, Samuel Miller
Seyfert, Augustus G.
Shober, Emanuel
Shreiner, Philip
Slaymaker, Henry
Slaymaker, Henry Edwin
Slaymaker, L.
Slaymaker, William
Sloane, S.
Slough, Elizabeth
Smith, Charles
Snavely, Harry H.
Stahr, John Summers
Stambauch, Samuel
Stauffer, David McNeely
Stedman, Alexander
Steinman, George Michael
Stevens, Thaddeus
Stiegel, Henry William
Strong Wolf, Chief
Summy, Levi
Sutter, John Augustus
Tener, John C.
Thornburg, Robert
Todd, Charles
Tomlinson, George
Urban, John
Vogan, John
Washington, George
Webb, James
West, Benjamin
Wharton, Thomas
Whiteside, John
Wiley, William
Williamson, Henry Stackhouse
Willson, George Bolivar
Willson, John
Winover, Peter
Wise, Charles
Wise, John
Witmer, Abraham
Witmer, David
Witmer, Esther Elizabeth
Worner, William Frederic
Wright, James
Wright, John
Yeates, Catharine
Yeates, Jasper
Zahm, Godfried
Zahm, Mathias
Zahm, Samuel H.
Zantzinger, Paul
Zehmer, Anthony
Zinzendorf, Nicholaus
Subjects
Ephemera
Photographs
Scrapbooks
Search Terms
Abbeville (Historic estate)
Abbeville Mill
Advent Lutheran Church
Albright's Transportation Depot
All Saints Episcopal Church
American Hose Company
Balloons
Bangor Episcopal Church
Berks County Historical Society
Binkley's Bridge
Bird-In-Hand Friends Meetinghouse
Boehm's Chapel
Buch Tavern
Buchanan Park
Caledonia Furnace
Carpenter's Union Church
Cat Tavern
Cemeteries
Central Cigar Store
Chalices
Chestnut Level Presbyterian Church
Christ Lutheran Church
Christian Herr House
Christiana Resistance
Churches
Clare Point Stock Farm
Columbia - Wrightsville Bridge
Columbia Friends Meetinghouse
Conestoga Furnace
Conestoga Glue Factory
Conestoga Navigation Company
Conestoga wagon
Cosgrove's Tavern
County House
Courthouses
Covered bridges
Disasters
Donegal Presbyterian Church
Downing's Mill
Eagle Hotel
Eden Iron Works
Edge Tool Forge
Elizabeth Furnace
Emmanuel Lutheran Church
Engleside, Lancaster Twp.
Ephemera
Ephrata Cloister
Ephrata Mountain Springs Hotel
Exchange Hotel
Feagleyville
Federal Hall
Finding aids
Fire departments
Fires
First National Store
First Presbyterian Church, Lancaster
First Reformed Church, Lancaster
Fites Eddy Hotel
Fountain Inn
Franklin and Marshall College
Franklin College
Franklin House
Fulton Cotton Mill
General Sutter Inn
Golden Swan Hotel
Grace Lutheran Church
Graeff's Landing
Grape Tavern
Gravestones
Graveyards
Green Cottage
Grubb Mansion
Halfway House
Hans Herr House
Hardwicke
Harmony Hall
Heinitsh Drug Store
Historical markers
Hope Episcopal Church
Hopewell Forge
Hotels
Humane Fire Company
Humes Woolen Mill
Hutter's Folly
Indian Queen Tavern
Indigenous peoples
J. B. Distillery
Keener's Mill
Kepler Lodge
Krug House
Lafayette Hill
Lamb Tavern
Lamparter's Row
Lancaster Academy
Lancaster County Courthouse
Lancaster County Historical Society
Lancaster County National Bank
Lancaster County Prison
Lancaster Curling Club
Lancaster Fencibles
Lancaster Moravian Church
Landisville Mennonite Meetinghouse
Leacock Presbyterian Church
Linden Hall
Lititz Moravian Church
Manuscript groups
Marietta and Susquehanna Trading Company
Markets
Martic Forge, Martic Twp.
Martin Meylin's Gunshop
Masonic halls
Masonic lodges
Massasoit Hall
Mechanics Library
Mellinger Mennonite Church
Middle Octorara Presbyterian Church
Millersville Academy
Millersville State Normal School
Millersville University
Mills
Mischler's Exchange
Mishler's Beer Garden
Montgomery House
Monuments
Moss Cigar Factory
Mount Bethel Mansion
Mount Hope Furnace
Native Americans
Odd Fellows Hall
Old City Hall
Old Welsh Graveyard
Paper mills
Parish houses
Paxton Boys
Penn Square
Pennsbury Manor
Pennsylvania Railroad
Pequea Presbyterian Church
Petroglyphs
Photographs
Plough Tavern
Poole Forge
Postlethwaite's Tavern
Powder houses
Practical Farmer Hotel
Ranck's Mill
Reigart's Landing
Reigart's Old Wine Store
Relay Hotel
Revolutionary War
Rock Ford
Ruth's Fine Groceries
Sadsbury Friends Meetinghouse
Safe Harbor Rolling Mill
Schools
Scrapbooks
Shiffler Fire Company
Ship Tavern
Shippen School
Sign of the Bull Tavern
Sign of the Hat Tavern
Sorrel Horse Hotel
St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church
St. James Episcopal Church
St. John's Episcopal Church
St. John's Lutheran Church
St. John's United Church of Christ
St. Mary's Catholic Church
St. Michael's Lutheran Church
St. Paul's United Church of Christ
St. Peter's Catholic Church
Stamps
Stehli Silk Mill
Stock certificates
Strasburg Academy
Strasburg Mennonite Cemetery
Strasburg Methodist Episcopal Church
Sunflower Inn
Swamp Church
Swan Hotel
Tavern signs
Taverns
Ten Hour House
Three Crowns Tavern
Trinity Lutheran Church
Union Bethel Church
Union Fire Company
Union Hotel
Valley Forge, Chester County, Pennsylvania
Vermont Historical Society
Voganville Hotel
Wabank House
Washington Hotel
Washington Memorial Chapel
Waterloo Tavern
Waterworks
Watt and Shand
Weaverland Mennonite Church
Wheatland
White Horse Hotel
White Swan Hotel
William Pitt Tavern
Windsor Forge
Witmer's Bridge
Witness Tree
Woodward Hill Cemetery
F. W. Woolworth Co.
York Furnace
Young Men's Christian Association
Zion Lutheran Church
Extent
1 scrapbook, 4 boxes, 112 folders, 3.5 cubic ft.
Object Name
Archive
Language
English
Object ID
MG0184
Location of Originals
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Copies
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Notes
Preferred Citation: Title or description of item, date (day, month, year), Collection Title (MG#), Series #, Box #, Folder #, (or Object ID), LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. URL if applicable. Date accessed (day, month, year).
"Mr. Geo. Steinman who started this collection of pictures. This book was presented to the Lanc. Co. Historical Society after his death by Mr. Geo. S. Franklin."
John M. Gibson is recorded as the donor, 1968, in LancasterHistory's accession records.
LancasterHistory is committed to preserving and providing access to materials chronicling Lancaster County's heritage. As a historical resource, this document reflects the racial prejudices and actions of the era. In order to maintain the historical integrity and context of collection items, LancasterHistory does not censor historical documents or edit language, titles, or organization names when transcribing original content.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Please use digital images and transcriptions when available.
The use of the original album is restricted. Please contact Research@LancasterHistory.org with questions.
Copyright
Images have been provided for research purposes only. Please contact Research@LancasterHistory.org for a high-resolution image and permission to publish.
LancasterHistory retains the rights to the digital images and content presented. The doctrine of fair use allows limited use of copyrighted material without permission from the copyright holder. Fair use includes comment, criticism, teaching, and private scholarship. Any images and data downloaded, printed or photocopied for these purposes should provide a citation. All other uses beyond those allowed by fair use require written permission.
Permission for reproduction and/or publication must be obtained in writing from LancasterHistory. Persons wishing to publish any material from this site must assume all responsibility for identifying and satisfying any claimants of copyright or other use restrictions. Publication fees may apply.
Credit
Courtesy of LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Other Numbers
MG-184
Classification
MG0184
Description Level
Fonds
Custodial History
Series 1 processed and finding aid prepared PK and MSH, 2008. Series 2 finding aid prepared by JE, 2018. Added to database 20 July 2021.
Digitization of this document was funded by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, PHMC Appl ID # C980002119, 2021-2024.
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Collection
J. U. Neuhauser & Sons Records
Title
J. U. Neuhauser & Sons Records
Object ID
MG0021
Date Range
1891-1960
  1 document  
Collection
J. U. Neuhauser & Sons Records
Title
J. U. Neuhauser & Sons Records
Description
The J. U. Neuhauser & Sons Records collection contains records of the hardware and farm machinery business of J. U. Neuhauser & Sons, Bird-in-Hand, Pa. The items include product inventories, records of sales and customers, territory lists and salesmen, financial records, and tax records.
Admin/Biographical History
Neuhauser Brothers was established in 1891. In 1901, brothers Isaac U. Neuhauser and Jonas U. Neuhauser bought land from Levi Rhoads at 2701 Old Philadelphia Pike in Bird-in-Hand. The transaction included buildings that the Neuhausers had been using since 1890. Jonas bought out Isaac's share in 1921 and the business name was later changed to J. U. Neuhauser & Sons. Jonas' sons sold the store to Abram E. Keener in 1958 who continued the hardware business, but did not deal in farm machinery.
The business was located on property formerly owned by the Bird-in-Hand Hotel, was The Old Village Store for many years, and is presently the Bird-in-Hand Village Antique Market (2008).
Employees in 1958 were Irvin Denlinger (shop), Aaron L. Hershey (store clerk), Miriam G. Neuhauser (bookkeeper), Aaron P. Miller (store clerk), Henry K. Blank (shop), Michael L. Fisher (shop).
Reference: Bird-in-Hand, 1734-1984: A History of Bird-in-Hand, Pennsylvania. 1984.
Date Range
1891-1960
Year Range From
1891
Year Range To
1960
Date of Accumulation
1891-1960
Creator
J. U. Neuhauser & Sons (Bird-in-Hand, Pa.)
Storage Location
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, PA
Storage Room
Archives South
Storage Wall
Side 01
People
Blank, Henry K.
Denlinger, Irvin
Erb, Henry
Fisher, Levi J.
Fisher, Michael L.
Hershey, Aaron L.
Hess, Leon
High, Christ
Hoopes, Sloan H.
Keener, Abram E.
Keener, Claribel A. McEvoy
Lapp, Samuel S.
Miller, Aaron P.
Mylin, C. S.
Neuhauser, Benjamin Franklin
Neuhauser, Homer Gladstone
Neuhauser, Isaac Umble
Neuhauser, Jonas Umble
Neuhauser, Miriam Miller Groff
Neuhauser, Robert G.
Rhoads, Levi
Snyder, Richard A.
Weaver, Frank L.
Other Creators
Neuhauser, Robert G.
Subjects
Business records
Electric apparatus and appliances
Farm equipment
Gas appliances
Hardware
Stores, Retail
Search Terms
Appliances
Atwater Kent
Automobile dealers
Automobiles
Cars
Car dealers
Business records
Chalmers Motor Company
Cockshutt Farm Equipment
Coleman Company
Columbia Cool Range
Eastern Pennsylvania Farm Equipment Dealers' Association
Farm equipment
Finding aids
First National Bank of Intercourse
General Electric
Gibson Appliance
Hardware
Hardware Dealers Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Heatrola
High Welding Company
J. U. Neuhauser & Sons
John Deere
Kitchen Kook
L. B. Herr & Son
Manuscript groups
Maxwell Motor Company
Mercantile Credit Association
Neuhauser Brothers
NRFEA Insurance Service Inc.
Old Village Store
P. A. and S. Small Company, Inc.
Refrigerators
Stores
Stoves
Studebaker Corporation
Tappan
Wiley and Rutt Agency
Wincroft
Wisconsin Engines
Extent
2 boxes, 12 folders, 2 cubic ft.
Object Name
Archive
Language
English
Condition
Fair
Condition Notes
Binding is worn and in poor condition.
Object ID
MG0021
Location of Originals
LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Notes
Preferred Citation: J. U. Neuhauser & Sons Records (MG0021), Box #, Folder #,
Insert #, LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
The source is unknown for the bulk of the collection. Record book of automobiles, farm machinery, and major appliances, 1922-1959 in Folder 12 was a gift of Robert G. Neuhauser, December 2006.
Access Conditions / Restrictions
Folder 13 is restricted.
Copyright
Collection may not be photocopied. Please direct questions to Research Center Staff at research@lancasterhistory.org.
Permission for reproduction and/or publication must be obtained in writing from LancasterHistory.
Credit
Courtesy of LancasterHistory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Other Numbers
MG-21
Classification
MG0021
Description Level
Fonds
Custodial History
The collection was cataloged prior to 1997; Folder 12 was added by HST in 2007. Added to database 29 July 2021.
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