Thursday, October 12, 2017

Delaware Avenue photos at the library this month!

Stop by the Bethlehem Public Library now through October 31 and you can see my exhibit Delaware Avenue: A Look Back. It has some great old photos of the Delaware Avenue corridor.

Since I don't always have my act together,  I haven't taken a snap shot of the actual show yet.  So here are a couple of views of a Delaware Avenue building that just came my way yesterday.  They aren't in the show, but might inspire you to stop by!

Love the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company sign.  That would be more commonly known as the A&P. 

A close up of the corner entrance for Woods 5 and Dime.

P.S. This building was at the corner of Delaware and Kenwood where Key Bank is today.

P.S.S. Did you spot the random dog who just happened to be walking by?

1 comment:

  1. Enjoy your blog,just found it. Could you send me your email address as I have a civil war researcher who contacted me about an old home in the Bethlehem area. I have a photo of it. Maybe you could identify for us. Many thanks for your help.