My Own Main Street

My Own Main Street Excerpt from My Own Main Street My Own Main Street the writer s thought was to keep the manuscript crude sketches and drawings of the places and characters mentioned only as a Family Souvenir and i

  • Title: My Own Main Street
  • Author: William Andrew Johnston
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Excerpt from My Own Main Street My Own Main Street, the writer s thought was to keep the manuscript, crude sketches and drawings of the places and characters mentioned only as a Family Souvenir, and it was only after much persuasion by those who had been permitted to read the notes and see the drawings and sketches that the objections to its publication were overcome.

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    1. I acquired this book through inheritance from my family. Some of the people described in the book are relatives of mine, though all were dead long before I was born. Mr. Johnston recounts anecdotes of life in and around the city of Greensburg, Pennsylvania during the later part of the 19th and into the first part of the 20th Centuries. He includes many sketches of people and places to illustrate his stories. Mr. Johnston dedicated the book to his son, George E. Johnston, First Lt. in the United [...]

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