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Every Town a Treasure: Selinsgrove

Like many communities in the Susquehanna River Valley, Selinsgrove suffered from major fires in 1872 and 1874. The razed wooden structures were replaced-mainly by brick buildings-in many instances. Today, many of those buildings are still in use and house some of the town's most significant and important businesses, shops, and restaurants.

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In 1936 Edith Fetherston, one of the first woman graduates of Bucknell University, and her husband, John, purchased what is now known as the Packwood House Museum. They filled it with art and antiques from PA and across the world.