Pennsylvania Icons: Your top 5 treasures

Pennsylvania Icons: Your top 5 treasures

On Sunday, Nov. 8, The State Museum of Pennsylvania will open to the public Pennsylvania Icons, a landmark exhibit showcasing nearly 400 artifacts, many of which have not been displayed in decades, that tells the story of the commonwealth, its people and the role they played in shaping the nation. In the past, only a …

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Woolrich: Weaving the fabric of Pennsylvania history

Woolrich: Weaving the fabric of Pennsylvania history

Selected as this week’s Pennsylvania Treasure, this three-piece hunting suit was purchased in the 1940s and used by Carlton States of York. One of Mr. States’ descendants donated the suit to The State Museum in 1996. Woolrich Woolen Mills in Clinton County, Pa., manufactured this red-and-black wool suit which includes a vest, a field coat …

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