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Collection: Parks, Roads, and Buildings
Improvements on Cameron Parkway made along Spring Creek, a six mile-long stream that connects to the Susquehanna River in Dauphin County.
Clean Streets and Riverside Parks
Awakening of Harrisburg that details the improvements that include recently developed streets and parks by the riverside.
Declaration to McFarland
Declaration by the city of Harrisburg for McFarland's contributions to the City Beautiful Movement.
Dedication to a Formal City
Entrance to the city of Harrisburg capitol. This entrance was created under the guidance of the Civic Club of Harrisburg.
Details of Harrisburg Street Improvements
Harrisburg City improvements that include Twelfth Street playground and Island Park.
Filtration plants on the Susquehanna River in 1902. This filtration plant took over twelve million gallons of water daily.
Grass-Plot and School Building
Grass plot attached to a School House in 1905
North Front Street
On the bank of the Susquehanna River where a park has been established and the street paved with asphault.
Outdoor gymansium and wading pool at Twelfth Street playground created under the municipal improvements during the City Beautiful Movement.
Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge
Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge, just above Harrisburg, over the beautiful Susquehanna River.