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  1. Atlas of Northampton County, Pennsylvania : from actual surveys
    Atlas of Northampton County, Pennsylvania. This atlas includes maps of the cities, townships and boroughs of Northampton County.
    1 atlas : col. maps ; 40 cm. 1874
  2. Clauder's year-book and home almanac for 1879, containing interesting histo...
    This yearbook, created in 1878, compiles historical and statical information about Northampton County, Bethlehem, and South Bethlehem. The information found in this yearbook includes facts such as county and borough financial statements, population, a listing of the names of county officials, local landmarks and churches, county and borough public works departments, etc. This book also includes a calendar for 1879, which details various cycles in the year, such as the seasons, eclipses, and dates for upcoming holidays in that year. A calendar tracking the sunrise, sunset, moon set and moon's phases for every day in 1879 is tabulated as well.
    88 [34 p.] : ill. ; 18 cm. c1878
  3. Manufacturing and Mercantile Resources of the Lehigh Valley including Histo...
    A descriptive review of the manufacturing and mercantile resources of the Lehigh Valley. Chapters deal with specific cities and villages and their industrial base Companies and individuals active in the economy are highlighted and described. Includes sketches of towns, tables, and appendixes.
    205 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. 1881
  4. Souvenir of Bethlehem, Pa.
    Souvenir pamphlet contains monochrome images derived from photographs depicting sights in Bethlehem, Pa.
    [10] p. : all ill. 1881?
  5. The Lehigh Valley Telephone Co.
    This booklet specifically discusses the Easton, Allentown, and Bethlehem exchange through the Lehigh Valley Telephone Corporation. A variety of advertisements from the mentioned cities are sporadically placed throughout the booklet. Information is presented on the sundry specials Lehigh Valley Telephone Corporation offer. Also, rules for talking with other exchanges were given to the readers.
    16 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 1882
  6. Item 1: Atlas of surveys of the city of Scranton and borough of Dunmore, Pe...
    Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company Records

    1 v. (unp.): 29 fold. maps ; 59 x 46 cm. 1898
  7. Residence at 541 Seneca St., Bethlehem, Pa.
    Three-quarter view of a residence at 541 Seneca St., Bethlehem, Pa.
    Black and white Postcard. 1900-1909?
  8. Sholes' Directory of the Bethlehems, 1900-1901
    "... When one considers that this book contains over 32,000 items of distinct information, all compiled and brought into shape for ready reference, it will perhaps be surprising how few errors are manifest. The miscellaneous data classed as Appendix has been arranged with some degree of system instead of being loosely scattered. The Street Guide -- pages 65-142 -- is an entirely new feature here and its utility will be evident to every business man. The total number of houses given is 5930, divided as follows: Bethlehem, 1889; South Bethlehem and Fountain Hill, 2983; West Bethlehem 864, and Bethlehem Heights, 194. The General Directory contains 13,143 names, and to these are added the names of 4,839 wives, making a grand total of 17,982 names. These 13,143 names are divided as follows: Bethlehem, 3975; South Bethlehem and Fountain Hill, 6292; West Bethlehem, 1532; Bethlehem Heights, 279; Northampton Heights, 123, and non-residents employed in the Bethlehems, 651. The remaining 342 names represent churches, schools, firms, etc. ..." -- Prefatory.
    522 p. 1900
  9. Siegfried's Drug Store, Bethlehem, Pa.
    View of Siegfried's Drugstore with sign advertising Apollo chocolate and several men standing in foreground, Bethlehem, Pa.
    Black and white Postcard. 1900-1910?
  10. The Forks of the Delaware illustrated : containing two hundred full-page vi...
    This book provides an account of the history of Easton, Pennylvania, along with various illustrations of the town and its surrounding areas. The historical account provides detail about the city of Easton from its inception in 1752 and describes its growth up to 1900. Images include views of the Lehigh and Delaware Rivers, Bushkill Valley, Lafayette College, and other various buildings and scenes throughout Easton and its surrounding areas.
    xxxxv, 383 leaves of plates : ill. ; 27 x 32 cm. 1900
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