Milton History

a pictorial history of Milton, PA

Home of Edward M. Keagle

Home of Edward M. Keagle 118 Broadway

Edward L. Keagle was a superintendent for American Car & Foundry, manufacturers of railroad cars. He lived here with his wife Catherine in 1910. The house is located on the SE corner of Broadway and Rose Street.

He also worked as a patternmaker and carpenter. On October 6, 1891, he patented a plumb level (patent 460,709) with William L. Follmer.