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An entire school of nineteen has been taken to school in this wagon when the mercury was 20 degree below zero. Route, 7 miles.  Carbon heater. Centralized Schools will also make good roads.
Summer Residence of Mrs. S. B. Cochran.
Written on the back: 'The hall where the first Continental Congress was held. September 5, 1774. Built 1770. Jim and I visited this June 18, 1900.'
Washington's Mill built around 1774-1776. Mill located near Perryopolis, PA.
Men in uniforms standing in front of fort.
Postcard reads 'July,4 1754 Fort Necessity - Great Meadows - July, 4 1932 Built and Commanded by Lieut. Col. George Washington. After 9 hours engagement with M. Coulon De Villiers, in command of 900 French Regulators and their Indian Allies, Washington and his 400 Virginia and S. Carolina troops capitulated and on July 4, 1754, marched out with the honors of the war. Located 10 Miles East of Uniontown, Pa. U.S. 40.'
Marker showing site of the grave of N. Coulon de Jumonville on Route 40 near Uniontown. ' Here lie the mortal remains of N.Coulon De Jumonville who, in command of a company of thirty-three French Regulators, was surprised and killed in an engagement with Major George Washington in command of a company of forty Provincial Troops and Tannacharison, the Half King,in command of a company of friendly Indians on May 28th, 1754. This action was the first conflict at arms between the French and English for supremacy in the Mississippi Valley. Erected July 4th, 1908, under the auspices of the Centennial Celebration Committee 1904.'
'This tablet marks the spot where Major - General Edward Braddock was buried, July 14th, 1755. His remains were removed in 1804 to the site of the present monument.'
'This is the cellular cofferdam inside which Dravo Corporation crews will build a concrete abutment and two of the five bays for the new $ 6.9 million Maxwell Dam in the Monongahela River, five miles above Brownsville, PA. Placement of concrete for the foundation is scheduled to begin late this month after completion of rock drilling, shooting and removal. The dam is being constructed in two stages. On the opposite bank of the river are the new high-lift Maxwell Locks, completed by Dravo the past summer.'
"A design for a single track through Pratt Truss Bridge of 108 ft. span. Submitted for a graduation thesis."
"From studio of Scott Gibson."
'picture was taken before 1890'
'Picture taken at 4:45 P.M.'
'Pictured was take on Monday at 1:30 P.M.'