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From: Rhonda <>
Subject: Re: Reynoldsville landmarks
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2003 21:08:18 -0400
I just asked my dad if he knew of an airport in Reynoldsville, and he
said there was one between Reynoldsville and Punxsy years ago near a
town called "Desire".
Sorry I can't help you more! Good luck!
marianne wazelle wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I was wondering if anyone may recall an old Reynoldsville landmark and
> if it still exsists today?
> It was a large cement arrow on the ground located near the water tanks
> and the Beaulah Cemetry.
> I've been told that it supposedly pointed toward the Reynoldsville
> airport(which is not to be confused with todays, Jefferson County
> DuBois Airport)And it was used as a navigation marker for the open
> cockpit airmail planes.
> If there actually was a Reynoldsville Airport, during the 1930s to
> 1940s,does anyone know where it was?
> Marianne Fisher formerly Marianne Wazelle
> "Volunteer of Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness" at
> for Jefferson county,Pennsylvania
> Co-Chairperson of The Reynoldsville Historical Society genealogy
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