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Historical Photos

 

    

 

Normal Hall, unknown date

Normal Hall, unknown date

    

 

Bridge over 6N, unknown date

Bridge over 6N, unknown date

    

 

127 Erie Street, Edinboro PA- at 1918

127 Erie Street, Edinboro PA- at 1918

    

 

Ye Old Robinson House, 1940, on Erie St. near Mill St.

Ye Old Robinson House, 1940, on Erie St. near Mill St.

    

 

Downtown Edinboro, 1905

Downtown Edinboro, 1905

    

 

Edinboro, Downtown, 1905

Edinboro, Downtown, 1905

    

 

Edinboro Stage, in front of Post Office - 1919

Edinboro Stage, in front of Post Office - 1919

    

 

W.Normal Bridge- facing Doucette House

W.Normal Bridge- facing Doucette House

 

 

 

Photos 2 and up are from the Edinboro Digital Initiative: A Cooperative Catalog. http://edinboro.pastperfect-online.com/ . A very useful site with a lot of information on it. I highly suggest you check it out.

One comment on “photos

  1. Normal Hall was Edinboro’s “Old Main” from the 1880s. It sat where the Clock Tower is now. It was huge and housed the President, a huge auditorium (the president used to give daily chapel services here), a library, and admissions. There were murals inside as well. The building burned to the ground in 1969. The state didn’t have any money to give to Edinboro to relocate these offices, so the university put up a temporary building nearby, which became the nasty “Faculty Annex”. Then they built a new administration building by the mid 70s, which is now McNerney Hall. The administration moved into Reeder when it was redone in the early 80s.

    Robinson House was where the parking lot is behind the “Edinboro” sign in town.

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