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Talk:Scranton General Strike[edit]

I have posted a RfC that may be of interest to this project. The article is new and doesn't have many eyes on it currently. Any input is welcome. TimothyJosephWood 12:57, 5 May 2016 (UTC)

Weatherly, Pennsylvania discrepancy[edit]

On the Weatherly PA wikipage, you have a statement saying that the town was named after David Weatherly in exchange for a clock: that the clock was built into the tower of the school. This seems unlikely as the name change took place in 1863, and the school was not built until 1901-1903. You may want to verify this information as it contradicts the page. (talk) 06:55, 21 May 2016 (UTC)

Missing Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justices[edit]

Drafts have been created for the following redlinks for Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justices:

  1. Draft:Arthur Cooke
  2. Draft:Thomas Graeme
  3. Draft:James Armstrong (judge)
  4. Draft:James J. Fitzgerald III
  5. Draft:Jane Cutler Greenspan
  6. Draft:John Evans (judge)
  7. Draft:John Simcock
  8. Draft:Joseph Growden

Help is needed to complete these drafts and move them to mainspace. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. Cheers! bd2412 T 12:59, 10 June 2016 (UTC)

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North Wales historical building[edit]

  The photo shown before this was actually begun as the Weingartner cigar factory . I knew it well from the late 1930s When it was called" The Cigar Store ' by the locals  , later named the North Wales News Agency . The owner at that time was a Mr. Naylor . During WW 2 the owner was a Mr' Phillips  , and after the war it was Luther Thomas , whom I delivered papers for   ----  The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin , the Philadelphia Morning Inquirer , and the North Penn Reporter . I left North Wales for California in 1948 . I will never forget this building and some of the happiest days of my life !! Thanks a million to whoever entered the beautiful photo of this building !!!!! It was so much of my personal history . Bill Tomlinson , Barstow , California    Please let me hear from anyone with similar interests in that building and the history of North Wales in the 1930s and 1940s . Thank you !!!  — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 21:26, 28 June 2016 (UTC) 
Please see,_Pennsylvania for 9 more photos of the same building. You should thank @Nyttend: for placing the photo in the article. The photo was taken in 1993 by James W. Scott of the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) - your tax dollars at work.
Now for the good part: you can get the same photos at the Library of Congress website and a jam-packed one page history of the building at
I'll e-mail this. Smallbones(smalltalk) 00:45, 29 June 2016 (UTC)

Please re-evaluate article rating?[edit]

Team, I recently significantly expanded the article from FRED FRANKHOUSE from 3 uncited lines to what it is currently. I'm asking that the article be reevaluated for class rating, and for suggestions as to what I can do to improve the article. Thanks. --JGHSMC (talk) 04:39, 23 July 2016 (UTC)

A Categories for deletion discussion WikiProject members may be interested in.[edit]

It concerns Category:Mathematicians from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania being merged into Category:People from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The discussion can be found here[1]....William, is the complaint department really on the roof? 21:08, 27 July 2016 (UTC)