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Concrete Marker No. 87

According to the 1928 listing of Lincoln Highway concrete markers, Post 87 was installed at the northeast corner of Clinton and West Market Streets in West York Borough. This marker would have directed travelers heading west to stay straight ahead to continue their journey to...

Martin Myer’s Mailbox

The listing of 1928 markers simply describes post 97 as a double arrow concrete post installed on the south side of the Lincoln Highway at "Martin Myer's mail box." Thankfully, further research not only revealed the location of this marker, but also a fully preserved...

Early Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Dealers

  The discovery of this early 1915 photograph of H.O. Young's Harley-Davidson motorcycle shop brings attention to the history of early motorcycle businesses and dealers in York City. Before Harley-Davidson came to town, York residents already had an opportunity to buy Indian, Reading Standard, Yale...