York Tercentenary Fire House Photo & History Book. Photo is of the "Laurel Rex Fire House" in 1899. The intersection is elaborated decorated for the 150th Year of York Town and County Celebration. Photo also shows a Model of the 1756 Courthouse on top of the arches.
The Book written for this celebration is Titled : "York And York County 1749 - 1899". Copyrighted 1901 by Howard Landis and Charles Hawkins.
The York,Pa. Laurel-Rex Fire Company House is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this Fire House is still in existence at the intersection of S. Duke and E. King Streets, in York, Pennsylvania.
Laurel Fire House Company, was established on February 13, 1790, as a Bucket Company, and is one of the oldest in York County. Engine House is now 5 bays across the main facade, and is seven bays deep.
Condition : The Photo is in Excellent Condition with slight damage to lower left corner of Studio Board. This won't be seen when matted properly inside a Frame. The book is in fair condition with child writing on front and rear inside covers and pages. See Photos.
Measurements : The Studio Board is 10 inches by 8 inches. the Photo Image is 8 inches by 7 3/4 inches.
Weight : Photo and Book Weighs 8.9 ounces.