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141 prospect st leonia nj
141 prospect st leonia nj
Possibly the Michael home in Leonia. Property records lists this house as built in 1887. 
 
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141 prospect st leonia nj 2
141 prospect st leonia nj 2
Possibly the Michael home in Leonia. Property records lists this house as built in 1887. 
 
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210 Riverside Drive
210 Riverside Drive
New York, NY 
 
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259 Water Street
259 Water Street
a modern picture of the building at 257-259 Water street (corner of Peck Slip). Solomon Michael's tailor shop was at this location between 1855 and 1869. This building was erected in 1873.  
 
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4girls1915.jpg
4girls1915.jpg
Miriam Bebarfald (first cousin), Dorothea, Alice, and Edith Michael
New Year's 1915 
 
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5030 Fifth Ave, Shadyside
5030 Fifth Ave, Shadyside
This is a recent photo of a house that was next door to the Chambers home. This block is now mostly condos, but this picture shows 5030 Fifth Avenue, a house that was next door to and built by the same builder as the Chambers house. Martha Chambers' daughter Olivia Chambers Warren several doors away lived at Fifth and Morewood Avenues, site of a… 
 
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? & ? & Elizabeth & Arthur Hamerschlag.jpg
? & ? & Elizabeth & Arthur Hamerschlag.jpg
 
 
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A church in Taars
A church in Taars
 
 
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Aboard the SS Amerika July 1914
Aboard the SS Amerika July 1914
from Cherbourg, returned to U.S. via S.S. America, Boston; met by Uncle Dick (Hamerschlag)
Morton Allan Directory of European Passenger Steamship Arrivals
Year 1914
page 178
Boston Arrival: July 24
Steamer: Amerika
In June 1914, Amerika was transferred to Hapag's Hamburg-Boston service, and was in Boston when World War I began. She was… 
 
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Acacia Cemetery.jpg
Acacia Cemetery.jpg
 
 
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adele_hamerschlag.jpg
adele_hamerschlag.jpg
 
 
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adolf-in-Pressbaum.jpg
adolf-in-Pressbaum.jpg
 
 
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adolfhamerschlag.jpg
adolfhamerschlag.jpg
 
 
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Aerial Photo of Kasejovice
Aerial Photo of Kasejovice
 
 
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Aerial Photo of the Jewish Quarter of Kasejovice
Aerial Photo of the Jewish Quarter of Kasejovice
 
 
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Aerial Photo of the Jewish Quarter of Kasejovice
Aerial Photo of the Jewish Quarter of Kasejovice
 
 
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Agnew Glass Factory location in Oakmont 1903
Agnew Glass Factory location in Oakmont 1903
 
 
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Agnew glass factory site in Oakmont
Agnew glass factory site in Oakmont
The Agnew glass factory was on the site of the later Thompson Paint Co., near or at this present day building along the railroad tracks. 
 
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Agnew home in Oakmont
Agnew home in Oakmont
The photo below is from Oakmont Library. It shows the former Agnew home when it was the paint laboratory for the Thompson Paint Co. in the 1940s. The original house is on the left, with a later addition built by Thompson. (source: Oakmont Carnegie Library) 
 
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Agnew John home in Oakmont
Agnew John home in Oakmont
The white house in this photo from my grandmother was the Elizabeth Bradley Home for Children at 214 Hulton Road (earlier designation H Street) in Oakmont, torn down in the '70s for the new Riverview High School. It was apparently originally John Agnew's home. He died in 1905, the year the Bradley Home was established. However, the house was… 
 
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Agnew John home in Oakmont
Agnew John home in Oakmont
This house, later the Bradley Home for Children, is pictured in Oakmont (Images of America) by Vince Gagetta, Paul A. Calabrese, Cheryl Zentgraf, Gary Rogers, Arcadia Publishing (SC) October, 2003, and identified as the home of the owner of the Agnew Glass Company. 
 
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Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1886
Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1886
 
 
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Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1905
Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1905
 
 
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Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1916
Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1916
Agnew Apartments 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Photos taken August 2003 in Carrick, near intersection of Brownsville Road and E. Agnew Ave. This land was once owned by John Chambers, and passed on to Mary Ann Chambers Agnew and her husband John Agnew, who established his first glass factory there.
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 
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Agnew Mary Hannah -- 	Pennsylvania College for Women (formerly Pennsylvania Female College, now Chatham University), in Pittsburgh's East End, attended by Mary Hannah Agnew
Agnew Mary Hannah -- Pennsylvania College for Women (formerly Pennsylvania Female College, now Chatham University), in Pittsburgh's East End, attended by Mary Hannah Agnew
 
 
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Agnew Mary Hannah -- 	Pennsylvania College for Women (formerly Pennsylvania Female College, now Chatham University), in Pittsburgh's East End, attended by Mary Hannah Agnew
Agnew Mary Hannah -- Pennsylvania College for Women (formerly Pennsylvania Female College, now Chatham University), in Pittsburgh's East End, attended by Mary Hannah Agnew
 
 
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Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N.  Flaugherty Run Road
Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N. Flaugherty Run Road

Robert Agnew settled on Raredon Run, on the Beaver-Allegheny County line, in 1790. The photos below are of his son William's farm on Old Flaugherty Run Road. When I saw it, I thought that this farm was probably originally Robert's.

A careful look at old and new maps suggests that Robert's land on Raredon Run was further southwest, near… 
 
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Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N.  Flaugherty Run Road
Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N. Flaugherty Run Road

Robert Agnew settled on Raredon Run, on the Beaver-Allegheny County line, in 1790. The photos below are of his son William's farm on Old Flaugherty Run Road. When I saw it, I thought that this farm was probably originally Robert's.

A careful look at old and new maps suggests that Robert's land on Raredon Run was further southwest, near… 
 
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Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N.  Flaugherty Run Road
Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N. Flaugherty Run Road

Robert Agnew settled on Raredon Run, on the Beaver-Allegheny County line, in 1790. The photos below are of his son William's farm on Old Flaugherty Run Road. When I saw it, I thought that this farm was probably originally Robert's.

A careful look at old and new maps suggests that Robert's land on Raredon Run was further southwest, near… 
 
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Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N.  Flaugherty Run Road
Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N. Flaugherty Run Road

Robert Agnew settled on Raredon Run, on the Beaver-Allegheny County line, in 1790. The photos below are of his son William's farm on Old Flaugherty Run Road. When I saw it, I thought that this farm was probably originally Robert's.

A careful look at old and new maps suggests that Robert's land on Raredon Run was further southwest, near… 
 
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Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N.  Flaugherty Run Road
Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N. Flaugherty Run Road

Robert Agnew settled on Raredon Run, on the Beaver-Allegheny County line, in 1790. The photos below are of his son William's farm on Old Flaugherty Run Road. When I saw it, I thought that this farm was probably originally Robert's.

A careful look at old and new maps suggests that Robert's land on Raredon Run was further southwest, near… 
 
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Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N.  Flaugherty Run Road
Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N. Flaugherty Run Road

Robert Agnew settled on Raredon Run, on the Beaver-Allegheny County line, in 1790. The photos below are of his son William's farm on Old Flaugherty Run Road. When I saw it, I thought that this farm was probably originally Robert's.

A careful look at old and new maps suggests that Robert's land on Raredon Run was further southwest, near… 
 
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Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N.  Flaugherty Run Road
Agnew William Farm on Boggs Hollow Road/N. Flaugherty Run Road

Robert Agnew settled on Raredon Run, on the Beaver-Allegheny County line, in 1790. The photos below are of his son William's farm on Old Flaugherty Run Road. When I saw it, I thought that this farm was probably originally Robert's.

A careful look at old and new maps suggests that Robert's land on Raredon Run was further southwest, near… 
 
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Alexander Chambers
Alexander Chambers
from Notable Men of Pittsburgh 
 
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Alice.jpg
Alice.jpg
 
 
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alice_carlton.jpg
alice_carlton.jpg
 
 
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alice_carl_carlton.jpg
alice_carl_carlton.jpg
 
 
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Allen Abusch in college 1957
Allen Abusch in college 1957
 
 
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alma stier 1921 keystone yearbook faculty photo.jpg
alma stier 1921 keystone yearbook faculty photo.jpg
 
 
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Andrew Carnegie & Arthur Hamerschlag at Carnegie Technical Schools, April 4, 1910.jpg
Andrew Carnegie & Arthur Hamerschlag at Carnegie Technical Schools, April 4, 1910.jpg
 
 
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Ane Christine Marie Andersen
Ane Christine Marie Andersen
 
 
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Ane Christine Marie Andersen
Ane Christine Marie Andersen
 
 

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