Milk Bottle from Johnston's Dairy Farm (1908-1980). The Johnston's were among the very first settlers in Monroeville; their original land grant dating back to 1789. In 1908, the family farm went into the dairy business, opening a dairy store on their property on the southern side of Northern Pike.
Hill Crest Farm House on Northern Pike in 1915 (later site of Presidential Apartments).
Northern Pike & Mosside Blvd. 1971.
Office of Dr. McDonald, 3538 Northern Pike in 2005. Extensively remodeled, this structure was the first stagecoach stop in Monroeville -- the Rising Sun Inn.
Northern Pike Elementary School. c. 1970.
Northern Pike Shopping Center at Route 48. 1970s.
Northern Pike Elementary School. 2005.
Adeth Jeshurn Congregation and Jewish Center, 3815 Northern Pike. 2005.
Route 22 between Northern Pike and Center Road.
On Northern Pike towards Route 22. c. 1950.
Temple David Synagogue on Northern Pike in 2009.
Route 22 east from overpass near Northern Pike. c. 1950.
Northern Pike towards Route 22. c.1990.
The auto is being used to advertise Waner's Auto Repair on Northern Pike. The Warner farmhouse (once the Rising Sun Inn) is seen in the background of this 1920s photo.
Route 22 at Northern Pike. 2005.
Charles Raymond Warner, Sr., heavy equipment operator for Warner Excavators, is seen in the front of Warner's auto garage on Northern Pike (c. 1925).
Monroeville Drive-In Theater on Northern Pike.
The Warner Auto Repair Garage on Northern Pike.
A team of oxen is seen on Northern Pike in front of Warner's Auto Repair in this 1920s photo.