Charles Flowers

Charles Flowers Rifles

Charles Flowers Rifles Charles Flowers Rifles: Rather than just post a couple pictures, we thought it would be better to let you watch a video of one of our curators, Rick Rosenberger, show you upclose some of our Charles Flowers rifles that we have here at the Harmony Museum.  Click here to watch the video.

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Area memories March 2020

Area Memories – Here’s The Answer!

AnswerWhere was this old landmark? Baldingers Store Baldingers was first built in 1933 as a fruit stand/farm market by Allen and Dorothy Dietz Baldinger.  The paved area in the front in the first picture is old Route 19. In the 1940s a deli and sandwich shop were added featuring hams and other meats as well […]

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Area memories March 2020

Area Memories – Do You Know?

Where was this old landmark? This local place was once very different from what you see today. Do you know where in our area this photo was taken? At the time this photo was taken much of Butler and Lawrence Counties looked like this. Do you know what made Pennsylvania crude oil better than oil […]

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Area Memories Oil Derricks Hint Photo

Area Memories – Here’s The Answer!

Answer Where was this old landmark? This photo was taken from what is now Route 528 at the edge of Evans City Borough. Although there are no oil derricks there now, there was a time when they were in almost every backyard and the air was full of the thumping rhythm of hit and miss […]

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Harmony Museum

February 2020 Update

From the President Greetings.  There are a number of changes coming to the Harmony Museum in 2020.  The biggest one is that Kathy Luek has decided to retire as our administrator this summer, after 20+ years of keeping the museum up and running. Her thoughtfulness, thoroughness, dedication, and encyclopedic knowledge of all things Harmony will […]

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Area Memories Oil Derricks Hint Photo

Area Memories – Do You Know?

Where was this old landmark? This local place was once very different from what you see today. Do you know where in our area this photo was taken? At the time this photo was taken much of Butler and Lawrence Counties looked like this. Do you know what made Pennsylvania crude oil better than oil […]

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Harmony Museum

January 2020 Update

From the President Greetings.  Thanks to all the great cooks who made the December 10 Holiday Potluck so delicious. At the event, besides eating well, we recognized Tyler Rasmussen and Greyson Jones  from Boy Scouts Troup 1606 for their amazing work restoring leaning and fallen grave markers at the Mennonite Cemetery.  You can see the […]

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Harmony Musuem

Shelby Ruch

Magnificent Member of the Month Shelby Ruch is the Magnificent Member of the Month.   We are extremely grateful for her time and effort that she puts into everything to help benefit our mission. Shelby Ruch Volunteering for HH has given me opportunities to pursue my main interests: asking questions, writing, history and travel. I was […]

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Toll Gate

Area Memories – Toll Gate Answer

Answer Where was this old landmark? This is a toll gate on what was then the Pittsburgh-Mercer Road but is now Perry Way at the border of Jackson Township and Zelienople. The people charged with taking the tolls actually lived in this building in order to be available any time of day or night. Tollgate […]

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Toll Gate

Area Memories – Toll Gate

Where was this old landmark? Can you guess where this local landmark stood and what it was used for? It was located on, what was then, a main road north. It was within 2 miles of Harmony but was closer to Zelienople. Its function is tied to the name of a road that was close […]

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