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Date: 1940 (circa)
Police Station (in north section of Borough Hall) is on far right, with the portico and façade of the Media Free Library also visible on right. Copy of original photo; source not noted
Address: 1. W. State St., Media (Pa.)
The post office (left) later became the Media Borough Hall, It is now (2020) a restaurant. The original borough Hall, in the background, was torn down in 1969 as part of Media's urban renewal project.
Address: 1. E. State St., Media, Pa.
The large openings in the corner building are for the Media Fire Company, which occupied the first floor of the Media Borough Hall.
Frank Lees caption: "The Media Borough Hall from 1894 until 1969. This handsome building was built for the Media Borough Offices and the Media Fire Company, and was used until it was torn down in 1969. The house next to the Borough Hall was the…
Date: 1969 (circa)
The former Media Free Library, at Jasper and Jackson streets, was then behind used as a temporary home for the borough government office. View is looking southeast from west side of Jackson Street.
Date: 1967 (circa)
View also shows Fish Jeweler and other shops to the east of borough hall, and the old library building at Jasper and Jackson streets. The new firehouse has not yet been built, dating this somewhat earlier than other similar photographs in this…
The building is decorated for a patriotic event. Gulf gas pump in foreground dates this probably in the 1910-1920 range. This is a contact print from a 2 x 3 inch film negative, and was possibly taken by Streeper.
Address: State St. (Media, Pa.)
Delaware County Peace Celebration, in honor of soldiers and sailors who served in World War I, June 27 and June 28, 1919.