A view of Old Main and South Hall.A view of Old Main and South Hall.

Donora Digital Collection: Businesses and Store Fronts

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Left:   Postcard of a postcard stand, c1910.
Right: Chacudis Ice Cream Parlor, c1920.

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Left:   Bank of Donora, corner of 5th Street and McKean Avenue.
Right: Bank of Donora paper weight/mirror.

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Left:   West End Curtain Shoppe buildings.  Questionably Donora, PA.
Right: People in Donora, PA, c1900.

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Left:   People in front of building, Donora, PA, c1900.
Right: Cover of the 1903 Advertising Supplement.

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Left:   Highland Inn hotel on Thompson Avenue, between 4th Street and 5th Street.
Right: "Continuous Vaudeville" booth at the Grand Theatre, c1920.

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Left:   Hotel Donora (AKA "Community Center").
Right: Donner Radiology Research Center, Montreal, Canada.

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Left:   Lawson's Funeral Home on Thompson Avenue.
Right: Postcard of the Grand Theatre, c1910.

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Left:   Boarding house at 532 McKean Avenue, c1905.
Right: A blue cyanotype image of an early restaurant in Donora, c1900.

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Left:   Interior of the post card stand.
Right: Interior of Hanks Pharmacy, c1910.

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Left:   Union Lumber Company, 1903 Supplement.
Right: Plant of the Union Lumber Company, near the Wire Works, 1903.

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Left:   David Bier's Barber Shop and Pool Room, c1910.
Right: Interior of Watkins General Store, West Columbia, c1900.

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Left:   A building housing Woolworth's, dentist, drug store, and W. N. Leche Co., questionably Donora.
Right: A building housing a jewelry store and a vacant storefront, questionably Donora.

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Left:   L. G. Tomer's Drug Store in the First National Bank Building.
Right: Luker Cafe, 1905.

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Left:   76 Gasoline station, car repair shop, and confectionery.
Right: J. A. Rabe's Furniture and Undertaking, with horse and buggy ambulance out front, 1905.

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Left:      Hardware store.
Center: General store.
Right:    Webster Flour Mill.

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Left:   Typical storefront with a living space above.
Right: Christmas display at A&P's Market, c1920.