1936: A devastating fire left only foundation stones and rubble after 24 cottages burned to the ground. By the grace of God, the tabernacle escaped unscathed.
(Courtesy: The Schell Family)
At right: M.S. Hershey\'s Transit #10 at 9th and Cumberland Streets in Lebanon. Campmeeting attendees rode the trolley from various locations in the Lebanon Valley. The trolley was originally designed to transport workers to Mr. Hershey\'s chocolate factory.Courtesy: Lebanon County Historical Society
Another wonderful old shot of the early years at Mt. Lebanon. Taken in 1914 with a panoramic Kodak Cirkut camera that swiveled on a tripod while subjects \"tried\" to stand still. (Courtesy: Harpel\'s of Lebanon, Pa.)
Roof and truss connections in the tabernacle
1950s: A glorious old shot of campmeeting. Notice the structural beams in the ceiling and decorations for the Big Sunday.
(Courtesy: Miriam Young)