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Building Erected 1901 by Young & Williams

From the McDonald Record Outlook Feb. 16, 1934

McDonald, Washington County, PA


Building Erected 1901 
by Young & Williams, McDonald, Washington County, PA

The Pittsburgh Bargain Store owned by Max Levison in 1934.
Previously owned by Benjamin Frankle; then by George Stein;
later owned by Weissberg's.

The second story, used as a public hall, was graced by 
speakers such as William Jennings Bryan and
Lieut. Richmond P. Hobson of Merrimac fame.



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