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This picture of the bomber "City of Altoona" was taken at the Ashville Airport July 20, 1933

Photo submitted by Mary Ellen (McCarty) Thorpe

Big Snow of 1936, in front of Clem Kirsch's

Photo submitted by Deanna Hoppel

This is one of four locomotives that turned over in the Conemaugh River at the PRR Engine House at Conemaugh, during the 1936 Johnstown Flood. It is a 2 - 4 - 2 type engine. Photo taken by Ray Gibbons.

Photo submitted by John Gibbons

This picture is of Velma (Coutts) Wissinger (on the right) wife of Howard E. Wissinger and Helen Gorski Frola (on the left). The photo taken in front of the old Selders family stone house, located on property called "Wild Wind Farms" and has a gable stone that reads "G & AS 1792." This landmark was built by George Selders, who had been burned out by Indians in three successive log houses. Location: On a dirt road off SR2033 near Westco Highlands in the area of Baggaly (Unity Township).
Helen Gorski Frola's father, Leon Gorski, bought the farm from the Selders after moving to America from Poland, according to her granddaughter, Ellen Frola.

Photo submitted by Bob Wissinger

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