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- Subject is exactly "Taverns (Inns)"
Location: Chester Heights (Pa.)
Exact location uncertain.
Address: 780 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills (Pa.)
Concordville Hotel is on the right.
According to "whatwasthere.com" (accessed in January 2018), this tavern was on West Chester Pike in Marple Township and was demolished in the 1940s for a housing development. American Legion Post 805 in Broomall now occupies the site.
Date: 1898 (circa)
On sign: C. A. Beittenmiller, Proprietor. The J. B. P. Baltz Brewing Co., Lager Beer. Photograph used in the book Twice Adopted, by "En Quad" [Thomas R. Vernon]. Media, Pa.: Cooper & Vernon, Publishers, 1898, facing page 208. This novel tells the…
Frank Lees caption: In July 1968 the Plumstead Inn and Tancreed's Dress Store were about to be torn down, for the relocation of Plum Street and the building of the First Keystone Federal Savings Bank. The building that house Tancreed's had earlier…
Demolished in 1968 as part of Media's Urban Renewal project.
Date: 1890 (circa)
Print given to Frank Lees by Mrs. Warren Fisher, Oct. 11, 1971