Local Historical Photographs
Lycoming County Photos & Image Archive
Over two thousand (2,000) local historical photographs, drawings and images of Lycoming County, PA. Images are shown in a small version for browsing or as a full size image for detail. Plus you can also search other digital archives collections from Pennsylvania. Explore the early years of Lycoming County and surrounding areas.
Lycoming County Women’s History Collection
Williamsport Women: Voices, Images, Actions
1875-1925 Source material related to the history of women in Lycoming County from Lycoming College, the Lycoming County Historical Society, and the J.V. Brown Library. Documents selected highlight the history of local women in volunteer and reform organizations, education, the arts, the workplace, and private lives. The first part of the collection will cover the time period 1875-1925.
Local Historical Newspapers
April 1, 1924 – September 10, 1955 (4,034 issues)
Browse and search using . Google News Archives powerful search engine. Results displays as a digital facsimile of the original newspaper pages.News archive search provides an easy way to search and explore historical archives. In addition to helping you search, News archive search can automatically create timelines which show selected results from relevant time periods
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Pictured at left Wednesday, January 4, 1928 Williamsport Gazette and Bulletin
Virtual World War II Memorial
In Memory of Our Lycoming County Honored Dead
a permanent virtual monument to the 341 Lycoming County, PA fighting men and women who gave their lives in World War II.
Please visit the Photographic Tribute and Monument
Lest we Forget: Lycoming County Heroes This stately, granite monument is formed in the shape of Lycoming County. Inscribed on its face are the names of sixty service men from Lycoming County who died during the Korean War period. It is the purpose of the publication and the online memorial to provide recognition, details and honor to these heroes, whose names are eternally scribed in this sacred memorial.