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Saint Mary Magdalen Parish Cemetery Children's Memorial. . Dedicated Nov. 2, 1930. to the memory of the Four Hundred Children of St. Mary Magdalen Parish buried in this plot 1859 - 1889. 'Suffer children to come to me, and forbid them not. …
Gibbons Memorial Park. . Presented in the Year of 1955 to the People of Honesdale by Frances Haag Gibbons in memory of her husband Austin Flint Gibbons and his parents Dr. and Mrs. Peter S. Gibbons. var plainText = docu…
Washington Irving and the "Irving Cliff" Hotel. The Irving Cliff. Author and editor Washington Irving was born in New York City on April 3, 1783. Irving achieved international fame for his fictional works, including the stories Rip Van Winkle and…
Jennie Brownscombe Birthplace. Painter famous for "First Thanksgiving" Member, Wayne Chapter, DAR. var plainText = document.getElementById('inscription1').innerText; document.getElementById('inscription1').innerHT…
Rededicated on the occasion of its 75th anniversary to those from Wayne and Pike Counties who gave their lives in service in wars and conflicts from World War I to the present September 1995
Famous Pitcher of the New York Giants who in 1898 and 1899 on the adjacent silk mill flats led the old Honesdale Eagles to many a victory and started a career which has been unexcelled in the annals of professional baseball
These tablets are dedicated by the Grateful Citizens of Wayne County Pennsylvania to their sons and daughters who, in a spirit of patriotism and devotion, served the United States and the Allies in the World War 1917-1918 Died in the Service J…
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At the heart of a glass factory is its furnace, where sand, potash, and lead oxide are melted at more than 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit to produce glass. Skilled glassblowers and gaffers manipulate the hot glass to create forms both beautiful and prac…
The factory opened in 1865 as one building with a five-pot furnace. The large clay pots were made and cured in another structure nearby. The enterprise quickly grew, expanding down the hill toward the old plank road between Honesdale and Hawley. T…