2 edition of Directory of the borough of Chester, for the years 1859-60 found in the catalog.
|Statement||E. F. James, book and job printer|
|Publishers||E. F. James, book and job printer|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
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A camera icon indicates items that are digitally available online. Boyd, 1859, 350 pages This is a General Directory of Lancaster City and Business Directory of Lancaster County, PA. The directory information is arranged two ways: first in a street directory, listing addresses and residents numerically by street, - and secondly, in an alphabetical directory.
Millport, Neffsville, Paradise, Refton, RocklandLebanon including: Annville, Cornwall, Fredericksburg, Guilford, Jonestown, Klinefeltersvillle, Myerstown, North Lebanon, Reistville, Richland, ShaeffertownLititz including: Akron, Brickerville, Brownstown, Brunerville, Ephrata, Lexington, Pennville, Rothsville, Warwick, West EarlManheim, Mauch Chunk including: East Mauch Chunk, Lansford, Lehighton, Parryville, Summit Hill, WeissportMechanicsburg including: HoguestownMiddletown including: Goldsboro and HummelstownMount Joy, Pottsville including Ashland, Centralia, Cressona, Delano, Fountain Spring, Frackville, Gilberton, Gordon, Locust Dale, Locust Gap, Lost Creek, Mahanoy City, Mahanoy Plane, Minersville, Mount Carmel, Myersville, Orwigsburg, Port Carbon, Rothsville, Schuylkill Haven, Shenandoah, St.
And here are various places where you can find other city directories online:• " There are also numerous ads for local Directory of the borough of Chester throughout. 1869-70" The directory information is listed alphabetically by Borough, then Township. Widows, working women, and adult children at home.• At the end of the publication there is a classified business directory of the principle towns of Chester, Delaware and Lancaster Counties, PA.
The directory information is listed alphabetically by name, and grouped according to location. The information for Lititz and Warwick are presented two ways, first as an alphabetical directory, and second as a street directory. Each of the towns listed below had at least one subscriber in 1886, but some of them had only one. The microfilm may be scheduled for future scanning.
Boyd, 1874, 497 pages A.