Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library Archives

[Ground breaking for the Grundy Tower apartment complex on Pond Street, opposite Mulberry Street and the Bristol Municipal Building]

Item

Dublin Core

Identifier

7.13c.104

Description

This was the former site of the freight station of the Pennsylvania Railroad.

From left to right are: Leonard N. Snyder, Grundy Foundation Director, Thomas E. Morris; Grundy Foundation Trustee, Oscar M. Hansen; Grundy Foundation Trustee, Karl Gabler; Ex-Director of Bucks County Housing Authority, W. James MacIntosh; Grundy Foundation Chairman and Trustee, Edwin R. Rummler; Grundy Foundation Trustee, and Albert E. Harker of Fidelity Bank.

Date

circa 1971

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Citation

“[Ground breaking for the Grundy Tower apartment complex on Pond Street, opposite Mulberry Street and the Bristol Municipal Building],” Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library Archives, accessed February 24, 2024, https://archive.grundylibrary.org/items/show/2149.