PA Susquehanna Selinsgrove Sunbury Northumberland ? Cornfields Main Street Photo

Up for sale are these two photos mounted onto one cabinet card type matboard. This is the from the second half of a set of twelve that I bought at an auction last month. The first six were sold back in September so these are the last of them. On the back of the first one that I have up for sale this week, not this one, was written "Rail Road Bridge across Susquehanna River Selins Grove PA" and "Main St. S. Grove Looking North." The previous ones from this set I sold back in September had writing identifying them from Northumberland and Sunbury. So I think we can assume that these pictures are from somewhere in that area, though I am sure local historians can identify it better than I can.
The top picture shows a street scene, though I am not sure what town it is. On the right side of the street there is a funky sign on a post that reads "First National ????". I presume that is a bank. The story after it has a sign that reads "Books and Stationary."
The bottom picture shows a beautiful birdseye view of some town in the Susquehanna River Valley I presume. On the near side of the river you can see a corn field, I presume, with the stalks tied up. What a nice example of idyllic Americana is that! What town is that on the far shore?
Each individual picture measures 4 5/8" by 7 1/2". The full size of the matboard measures
... read more