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Collection: Parks, Roads, and Buildings
Improvements made in Reservoir Park in 1906 that led to the creation of new tennis courts.
School-house in Harrisburg, showing the improved trimming for the school.
Grass-Plot and School Building
Grass plot attached to a School House in 1905
Improvements on Cameron Parkway made along Spring Creek, a six mile-long stream that connects to the Susquehanna River in Dauphin County.
Wetzel's Swamp Beeches
Wetzel's Swamp that now included new park renovations that led to the creation of Wildwood Park
Outdoor gymansium and wading pool at Twelfth Street playground created under the municipal improvements during the City Beautiful Movement.
Riverside park, North Front street, shows the depressed path along the river break.
The proposed tax increase led to the creation of Reservoir Park, the picnic ground showed in this picture.
West State Street
West State street, in front of the Capitol, that shows the one-hundred and twenty street long grass central grass plot.
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.