As the Historical Society plans to celebrate Cambria’s Sesquicentennial next year, we will feature the town’s earliest residents and residences. Seen here are the 19th century Cole and the Manderscheid homes on Main Street. The Cole was replaced by the Shaw home in 1914 and ultimately housed The Cambrian; but the other is still resplendent with its gardens and is currently known as the Olallieberry Inn.
As the Historical Society plans to celebrate Cambria’s Sesquicentennial next year, we will feature the town’s earliest residents and residences. Seen here are the 19th century Cole and the Manderscheid homes on Main Street. The Cole was replaced by the Shaw home in 1914 and ultimately housed The Cambrian; but the other is still resplendent with its gardens and is currently known as the Olallieberry Inn. Courtesy photo
As the Historical Society plans to celebrate Cambria’s Sesquicentennial next year, we will feature the town’s earliest residents and residences. Seen here are the 19th century Cole and the Manderscheid homes on Main Street. The Cole was replaced by the Shaw home in 1914 and ultimately housed The Cambrian; but the other is still resplendent with its gardens and is currently known as the Olallieberry Inn. Courtesy photo