Historic Map - Dunmore, PA - 1892
This print of Dunmore, Pennsylvania was drawn and published by Thaddeus Mortimer Fowler in 1892. The borough of Dunmore was incorporated in 1862. Its economy rose in the late 1800's due to widespread extraction of anthracite coal in the region. Other interests of early Dunmore included silk making and brick making.
The map from 1892 includes labeled streets, buildings, collieries, railway yard and railroad routes. It features inset illustrations of the following:
• Dunmore High School.
• Bunker Hill.
Features numbered & lettered references to the following locations:
1. High School.
2. Public Schools.
3. City Hall & Jail.
4. Post Office. B. T. Mooney, Postmistress.
5. Exchange Hotel. J. S. Smith.
6. Valley House. P. F. Murphy.
7. E. & W. V. R. R. Station.
8. Laurel Hill Park.
9. Wahler’s Grove.
10. Koch’s Grove.
11. Keystone Park. A. Burschel.
12. E. & W. V. R. R. Shops.
13. McQuade & Sons Brewery.
14. Dunmore Foundry. Jones Pinnell.
15. Chemberlin Wagon Factory. Lockard & Hall.
16. Dunmore Steam Mill. E. J. Ehrgood.
17. People’s St. Ry. Power House.
18. Hugh Burke. Planing Mill
19. Mauer & Heinz. Wagon Shop.
20. Frank Fuhr Cigar Box Factory.
A. St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church.
B. M. E. Church.
C. Baptist Church.
D. Episcopal Church.
E. Presbyterian Church.
F. Pennsylvania Coal Co. Offices.
G. No. 1 Breaker.
H. No. 1 Shaft.
I. Gipsey Grove
J. No. 4.
K. No. 5.
L. Bunker Hill.
M. Shaft & Plane.
O. Dunmore Cemetery.
P. R. C. Cemetery.
Q. Murray’ Shaft.
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