A few days ago I was asked by the Oley Heritage Foundation to take Images of Historic buildings on Main Street in Oley, Pa. to replace the Images they had with better quality photos. The ones they had were out of date and not anywhere near what I could do. I was given a list, via e-mail, of numbers that were the addresses of buildings. Since then I have been traveling back & forth to Oley taking the Images asked for. The above is what used to be the old Union Meeting House, but is now a Church. This dates back to the middle 1700s.
This is another Historic Home that has been here since the early 1800s. I like the porch supports. Things like this are very rare to see anymore.
This home was on the list of Historic Homes, but I don’t know why. It seems that at one time it looked a lot different than what it does now. If you look close you can still see the original foundation on the bottom.
The small town of Oley is just full of History. You just have to know where and what to look for.
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That’s a great idea to help your Heritage Society and provide an outlet for your work (paid or not.) I’m so using the idea to bring to some of my favorite communities near my travels!