Milton History

a pictorial history of Milton, PA

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Broadway North Side 1912

On the left are the pool room with the telephone exchange on the second floor and lodging rooms on the third floor, at numbers 21 and 23. Across the alley is the Overpeck building with a barber shop at number 25 and hardware store at number 27. To the far right is the Malady Livery, with office on the first floor and lodging on the second and third floors, at number 29. The group marching in the street is the Improved Order of Red Men band, which was active in Milton from 1900 to 1925. Notice the street is paved with brick.

In 1884, there was a grocery on the first floor, the Economist newspaper was printed on the second floor, and the I.O.O.F was on the third floor.