Miller/Solomon Farm. The building in the background is the summer kitchen used to separate milk and cream, and also used as the kitchen for Passover. Foreground is Maurice Miller with his wife, Shirley.
Miller/Solomon Farm. Boy on a horse; tool shed in background.
Miller/Solomon farm - Miller Family in the 1950s.
Miller/Solomon Farm - McGinley House. Truck in front of tool house; building in back is chicken coop.
Harry Solomon with trotter and sulky in the 1950s on the Miller/Solomon Farm.
Miller/Solomon Farm. Mrs. Elizabeth ("Betty") Miller.
Mrs. Betty Miller on the Miller/Solomon Farm.
Miller/Solomon Farm - McGinley House. In front, Mary Solomon Linhart and Clara Louise. By side porch, Betty Miller.
The Miller Family in the 1950s
Florence Gertrude Solomon.
Miller/Solomon Farm. - 1957. Clara Louise with two children (Harry to the right). In background is summer kitchen.
Mrs. Betty Miller and Piper Cub.
First Air Mail at Johnston Field - 1938 (l to r: 1- Herbert F Miller; 2-Johnston; 5-.H. Vogel, instructor ; 6-P. Ball, Gulf Aviation; 7-Teresa James (later USAF Major).
Penn-Super Pharmacy on Route 22, with Joann Schwartzmiller at the Soda Fountain. c. 1950.
"Jingles" (owner: Gerri Tucker) at Miller/Solomon Farm. 1962.
Wallace (Naser) House on Moss Side Blvd. (c. 1800). Original property deed by James Irwin to George Miller a private in the Revolutionary War in 1805 It descended to James Michael and then to William Wallace, and most recently to the Naser's. (Razed.)
Harry Solomon and "Mo." c. 1950.
Harry Solomon and pony. c. 1950.
Max and Elizabeth Miller (top left) with family and friends. 1932.
Harry Solomon with trotter and sulky on the farm's racetrack.
Monroeville Police Dept. at the Ground Breaking ceremony for the new Municipal Building, Aug. 3, 1957. Full-Time Officers (L. to R. , front row):George Gregowich, Andy Rusbarsky, Edward Irwin, John Secko, Charles Gardener, Sylvester Lisic, Koerth Schwartmiller, John Garofolo. Part-Time Officers (L. to R. second row): Charles Castagnero, Gordon Elwood, Verner Smeltz, Charles Howell, William Lewis, Harold Batchen, Harry Myers, John Duncan, Norman Fiorito, Michael Rosipal, Alfred Pitassi, James Thomas, Carmen Marciano, Anthony Blazovich.
Crowds gathered for the regular Horseshows held at the Speelman Farm in at the "upper ring" near Speelman St. and Miller Ave. in the 1950s.
Miller's Roadside Stand.