David Snyder, a Director At Large for the Tyrone Historical Society, conducted a photoshoot through his media company (Ingenuity Media) of the now re-hidden brick road under Logan Avenue in downtown Tyrone. Snyder’s photoshoot (“Logan Avenue BrickScape”) was posted on his personal Facebook page and received a number of positive
To be writing about this topic may appear to be a bit strange for a historical society, but there is a method to the madness. Let us start out with the history of the United States Census. Taken from smithsonianmag.com, the Census-taking in the United States dates all the way
The Tyrone Area Historical Society is raising money to help restore and reopen the 9th Street Bridge in Tyrone, PA! This is a piece of history that we, along with MANY Tyrone residents, believe should be preserved for future generations to enjoy! The money raised will specifically go towards making
We are proud to announce the following events will be taking place next year at the Railroaders Memorial Museum, as well as other historical museums and locations throughout Blair County! Please stay tuned, as some of the details are still being flushed out. WWII Exhibits and Events: May 25, 2019
We just unearthed pictures of our long lost neighborhood(s) that our beloved i99 took from us! If you have any information on the names of streets, people, or businesses found in these pictures, please let us know!
If you are having problems seeing these pictures, feel free to click on them and they will expand! Enjoy!
We are pleased to offer you scanned pdf versions of every Tyrone Area School District yearbook dating as far back as 1925 (we are still uploading… thank you for your patience)! Falcon 1925 Falcon 1926 Falcon 1927 Falcon 1928 Falcon 1929 Falcon 1930 Falcon 1931 Fal read more