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48 G.W. Hope’s advertisement for his “Sky-Light Daguerrean Gallery” directed customers to “Rooms 2 doors above P. Pomp’s Drug Store”, and in small letters noted that he was also “Over the Argus Office”.  C[harles] Kitchen, A General Directory of the Borough of Easton PA (Cole & Eichman’s Office, 1855).

49 See William Jacob Heller, II History of Northampton County (Pennsylvania and the grand valley of the Lehigh 134-35 (American Historical Society 1920)(incorrectly lists the death year as 1836, and is corrected in pencil in the Marx Room’s copy);  see also Henry F. Marx (compiler), III Marriages and Deaths Northampton County 1852 – 1870 Newspaper Extracts 685 (Easton Area Public Library 1934).  

50 William Jacob Heller, II History of Northampton County (Pennsylvania and the grand valley of the Lehigh 135 (American Historical Society 1920).

51 See separate www.WalkingEaston.com entry for 343-45 Northampton Street.  

52 Peter Fritts, History of Northampton County 169 (1877, reprint by Higginson Book Company).

53 See Easton Municipal Band, The Easton Municipal Band: History, www.eastonband.com/history/ (accessed 2 Jan. 2005 and 7 May 2011); Leonard Buscemi Sr., The Easton PA Trivia Book Section II, Question 6 (1985); M.S. Henry, History of the Lehigh Valley 142-43 (Bixler & Corwin 1860).   See generally separate www.WalkingEaston.com entry for the Mebus Building at 158-60 Northampton Street.

54 Church Record of the German Reformed Congregation of Easton Pennsylvania (Marx Room Church Records designation E)  131 (copied in Easton Public Library 1936);  see Henry F. Marx (compiler), III Marriages and Deaths Northampton County 1852 – 1870 Newspaper Extracts 685 (Easton Area Public Library 1934)(Easton Express: age 58;  Argus: age 64).  

55 See Church Record of the German Reformed Congregation of Easton Pennsylvania (Marx Room Church Records designation E)  145 (copied in Easton Public Library 1936)(Charles Pomp, son of Peter and Susan Pomp, died 1863 at age 33 of the accidental fall).  

56 See William H. Boyd, Boyd’s Directory of Reading, Easton, [etc.] ad p.38 (William H. Boyd 1860)(advertisement, location at the corner of Northampton and 4th Streets).  See also 1860 Census, Series M653, Roll 1147, p.346 (Charles Pomp, druggist).  

57 See Church Record of the German Reformed Congregation of Easton Pennsylvania (Marx Room Church Records designation E)  145 (copied in Easton Public Library 1936)(Charles Pomp, son of Peter and Susan Pomp, died 1863 at age 33 of the accidental fall).

58 Article, “The New Numbers”, Easton Daily Free Press, Friday, 21 Nov. 1873, p.3.  

59 Obituary, “’Prof.’ Newhard Gone”, Easton Express, Tuesday, 2 July 1918, p.2.   

60 Charles A. Waltman, “1887 Revisited: The Great Six-Day Walking Match”, northampton  Notes, Vol. 3, Nos. 3-4, p.5 (Northampton County Historical & Genealogical Soc’y, March 1987).  Albert Newhart represented Easton, placed 4th and won $5, walking 212 miles in 6 days.  The winner walked 421 miles.  See also Obituary, “’Prof.’ Newhard Gone”, Easton Express, Tuesday, 2 July 1918, p.2.  

61 Obituary, “’Prof.’ Newhard Gone”, Easton Express, Tuesday, 2 July 1918, p.2.  

62 See Ned D. Heindel, The Hexenkopf: History, Healing, and Hexerei 21 (Williams Twp. Historical Soc’y 2005).  

63 See 1910 Census, Series T624, Roll 1381, p.76A line 9 (Enumeration Dist. No. 74 Sheet No.6) (Albert Newhart, address 644 Northampton Street).  

64 Advertisement, “Prof. Newhart, Pow-Wow Doctor”, Easton Sunday Call, 3 Feb. 1907, p.1, col.7.  

65 Ratner, “In the ‘20s Easton was city of ill repute”, supra at B-8, col. 3;  Interview with Lou Ferrone (“Mr. Easton”), 2 Sept. 2006;  Interview with Marie Hicks Storm (Easton resident across from Front St. Seitz Brewery in 1920s), 30 August 2006.    

66 West’s Directory for City of Easton Pennsylvania 65 (Union Publishing Co. Inc. 1925).  

67 Article, “Bixler’s New Location”, Easton Express, 7 July 1911, p.1, col.6 (“The C. W. Bixler Jewelry Company, that now has its store in the Smith building, southeast corner of Fourth and Northampton street,

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