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Williamsport's Millionaires' Row

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Williamsport's Millionaires' Row by Thad Stephen Meckley
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Williamsport was once known as the lumber capital of the world, claiming to have more millionaires per capita living there than anywhere else in the world. Made fashionable by visionary Victorian-era entrepreneur Peter Herdic and his talented personal architect Eber Culver, Williamsport's West Fourth Street became the place to live and visit celebrities and socialites, including Annie Weightman Walker Penfield, the richest woman in the world in her day. These vintage postcards feature scenes varying from the lavish Victorian homes the nouveau riche built from the spoils of the bustling lumbermills and offshoot industries to the resplendent houses of worship where the rich and the poor stood side by side. Williamsport's Millionaires' Row records the pinnacle of Williamsport's wealth and glory days, highlighting the homes of the Millionaires' Row National Register Historic District.
Release date Australia
September 21st, 2005
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Arcadia Publishing
Pages
128
Dimensions
165x229x13
ISBN-13
9780738537979
Product ID
28251832

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