100 Years Ago
Campaign Parade Bright Sight
September 30, 2021
Herald of Sept. 30, 1921
The great number of automobiles in the campaign parade from Williamsburg to Hollidaysburg was described by the Mines correspondent as “one of the most spectacular things of its kind in the history of the county. The growing darkness of the evening, the close-running machines with their glaring headlights and the curves of the state-highway, made the scene most beautiful.”
Orvis Chamberlain of Mines was a patient at Soldiers Hospital at Washington, D.C., for treatment after suffering from the effects of being gassed on the battlefield of the Argonne during the wa...