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Abington, Jenkintown, and Rockledge

Abington, Jenkintown, and Rockledge

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Abington, Jenkintown, and Rockledge presents a portrait of the area that was originally the township of Abington, now a northern suburb of Philadelphia.

The towns and villages that comprise the Abington area are captured in this timeless photographic history.

From the days of the horse and buggy and the stagecoach, to the days of the grand estates, Abington, Jenkintown, and Rockledge portrays the area as it developed over the years. Pictured are many familiar sites, as well as those that helped define the area but no longer remain. From the long and distinguished histories of such venerable institutions as the Abington Friends' Meeting and Abington Presbyterian Church to the nationally known Willow Grove Park.

Abington, Jenkintown, and Rockledge is a celebration of the area's legacy. Glimpses of the past are brought into focus with many rare and previously unpublished photographs. The fire companies, businesses, schools, people, and institutions that define Abington, Jenkintown, and Rockledge are included in this comprehensive photographic history.

Author: Old York Road Historical Society
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (SC)
Published: 10/09/2000
Pages: 128
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.64lbs
Size: 9.22h x 6.52w x 0.35d
ISBN: 9780738504735

About the Author
Old York Road Historical Society: - The Old York Road Historical Society was founded in 1936 to study and perpetuate the history and folklore of the communities along and adjacent to the Old York Road. The society's collections contain the largest group of historical material related to eastern Montgomery County, including some 40,000 photographic images. A few of these images were selected for this book and were supplemented by photographs from private collections. Several distinguished local historians contributed commentary for this unprecedented pictorial history.

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