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- Subject is exactly "Newspapers"
Address: 210-214 W. State St., Media (Pa.)
Date: 1889 (circa)
American address is 10; photo also shows store of Samuel Dutton, at No. 12, and another building to the right, probably No. 8 Addresses probably 8 to 12 E. State St. 1885 Media Directory confirms Dutton at 12 E. State, but Media must have changed its…
Address: 114 W. Front St., Media (Pa.)
1902 Media Directory lists the address as 114 W. Front St. Sign on building says E. Front St., indicating that it was taken before the center of the house numbering system in Media was shifted from South Ave. to Jackson St. Negative smashed and…
Location: Delaware County (Pa.)
Date: 1898 (circa)
Photograph of painting of barefoot shoeshine boy on a white marble stoop. Photograph used in the book Twice Adopted, by "En Quad." [Thomas R. Vernon]. Media, Pa., Cooper & Vernon, Publishers, 1898, facing page 104. This novel tells the story of two…
Address: 10 E. State St., Media (Pa.)
McCoy was a newsboy for the Delaware County American. He is at the door of 10 E. State St., which later became 212 W. State St.
Media Ledger Building, showing Media Hardware Co. and Jefferis Drugs, southwest corner of State and Jackson streets
Caption sheet says this building built on land once owned by Isaac Worrall in 1891, the same year the Media Ledger newspaper was founded.
On north, or left, side of street: Charter House and Charter National Bank; on south side, Delaware County American offices, and Bark Sing Laundry. Tower of First National Bank is visible at corner of State St. and South Ave.