Historic Map - Annville, PA - 1888

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View of Annville, Lebanon County, P.A., 1888 / drawn & published by T. M. Fowler & James B. Moyer.

The reproduction panoramic view of Annville, Pennsylvania was drawn by Thaddeus Mortimer Fowler and published by T. M. Fowler & James B. Moyer in 1888. Annville gained momentum with the lumber industry and the rich coal fields of the 1800's. Annville was the hometown of Republican John Weinland Killinger, who served two years in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and three years with the Pennsylvania State Senate in the mid-1800's. Lebanon Valley College was established in 1866 in Annville by the Church of the United Brethren in Christ as a learning institution for both men and women. Early ladies’ courses included wax flower and fruit making, modern languages, music, painting and drawing.

The map from 1888 includes labeled streets, buildings and railroad line. It features inset illustrations of the following:

• Residence of Andrew Kreider..
• Residence of S. L. Brightbill
• Washington House. W. D. Miller, Proprietor.
• Residence of David Kreider.
• Residence of John L. Saylor.
• First Ev. Lutheran Church. J. M. Dietzler, Pastor. Residence of Henry Killinger. Parsonage. Residence of Sexton.
• Lebanon Valley College. Ladies Hall.
• Lebanon Valley College.
• Christ Reformed Church. J. E. Hiester D. D.
• Residence of H. H. Kreider.
• Residence of Jos. H. Kreider.

Features numbered & lettered references to the following locations:

  1. Lebanon Valley College.
  2. North Annville School House.
  3. South Annville School House.
  4. Odd Fellows Hall.
  5. Washington House. W. D. Miller, Proprietor.
  6. Christ Reformed Church.
  7. First Ev. Lutheran Church.
  8. St. Paul’s EV. Lutheran Church.
  9. United Brethren Church.
10. Church of God.
11. Evangelical Church.
12. H. H. Kreider Coal Yard.
13. J. L. Saylor’s Carriage Factory.
14. J. Stamm Furniture Factory.
15. P. & R. R. R. Station.
16. Quittapahilla Mills. David Kreider, Proprietor.
17. Murderer W. H. Shower’s Residence. Scene of the murder of his two little grandchildren in May 1887.

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