Shrewsbury and York, PA
The environment in which Leading Ladies is set. Many of these photos would have looked the same (except for auto traffic) in 1958.

The last few photos show big houses such as Florence might have lived in.
There were many of these houses: York was a prosperous place, judging from
the number of banks in the town.

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The Moose Lodge
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Shrewsbury: older house, brick sidewalk
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Nearest railroad passenger station was at the town of Railroad, either 1 or 2 miles away, depending on which sign you view, at the main intersection.
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There was a freight station in Shrewsbury
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The next station down the line (which is now a bike trail) from Railroad: "New Freedom", now a coffee-shop and bike rental.
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Market St. York, which was an ancient aboriginal path
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Buildings on Market St.
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York seems to have two main types of business: Law firms and banks.
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A Bank building
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Library
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Older houses
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Apartment building, not a hotel
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A very solid bank
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One of the oldest buildings in York
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Revolutionary-era house
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Society of Friends (Quakers) meeting-house
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The Mission
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Funeral home: large & ornate
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Large house in York
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Large house in York
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Large house in York
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Large house in York
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Large house in York
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Large house in York
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The Yorktown Hotel.
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