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"Media Hill," on Baltimore Avenue, looking west out of the borough toward Ridley Creek

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Location: Media (Pa.)
Date: 1921
Frank Lees caption: "Graham automobile driven by Charles Pierson of Media." Trolley tracks are shown on south side of road.

005. Highway

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Date: 1950-1955
Slide marked "Duplicate." No identification. Probably Route 1 or Route 3 (West Chester Pike).

006. Highway

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Date: 1950-1955
Slide marked "Duplicate." No identification. Probably Route 1 or Route 3 (West Chester Pike).

1554. Cars of skaters, Ridley Creek at Baltimore Pike.

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Date: 1956-1957
North of Baltimore Pike near pond behind dam. Address is for the small Middletown Township Memorial Park now (in 2020) at this location.

1555. Cars of skaters, Ridley Creek at Baltimore Pike

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Date: 1956-1957
North of Baltimore Pike near pond behind dam. Address is for the small Middletown Township Memorial Park now (in 2020) at this location.

25 W. Baltimore Avenue

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Date: 1967
Demolished for construction of municipal parking garage.

459. Highway. In East Lansdowne, looking east on Baltimore Pike

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Date: 1955-08
View is from railroad bridge that once crossed Baltimore Avenue just west of Hirst Avenue. Lansdowne Ice & Coal Company, on the right side of the photo, was at 500 E. Baltimore Avenue, opposite Melrose Avenue. Address is approximate.

460. Delaware County Highway. Baltimore Pike, at Lansdowne Ave., looking east

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Date: 1955-08
Looking east on Baltimore Avenue from Lansdowne Avenue. Of all the buildings on the left side of the photo, only the church is still standing.

462. Highway. Looking west on Baltimore Pike at Gladstone

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Date: 1955-08
Looking across Darby Creek into Clifton Heights. The Family Drive-In (movie theater) is on the right, playing "Three Coins in the Fountain."

463. Highway. Looking east on Baltimore Pike in Clifton Heights

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Date: 1955-08
The firehouse of the Clifton Heights Fire Protective Association No. 1 is on the left.

465. Roadside. Looking west on Baltimore Pike in Springfield Township

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Date: 1955-08
Stony Creek East Shopping Center is on the left. The address is for this group of stores.

4th of July on Media Athletic Field (now Barrall Field)

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Date: 1960 (circa)
Truck mounted with loudspeakers, from Charles A. Higgins Electrical Contractors, shown in foreground

4th of July on Media Athletic Field (now Barrall Field)

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Date: 1960 (circa)
Truck mounted with loudspeakers, from Charles A. Higgins Electrical Contractors, shown in foreground

527. Shopping. Thornton

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Date: 1955-09
Sign reads: "Quaker Friendly Food Stores"

545. Shopping. On West Chester Pike, Broomall.

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Date: 1955-06
Broomall Barber Shop and Tony's Shoe Store. Datestone in building reads: Isaac Lawrence, 1817. According to the 1909 Mueller Atlas, Plate 30, this building stood on the northeast corner of the intersection of West Chester Pike and Sproul Road. See…