Birdseye view of Harmony, Pennsylvania (1901)

T.M. Fowler's birdseye map of Harmony Pennsylvania in 1901.
Birdseye view of Harmony, Pennsylvania
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Date: 1901
Author: T.M. Fowler
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Harmony, Pennsylvania [gmap], as its name may suggest, was founded as a type of utopian community by George Rapp, a member of a sect called the Harmony Society that split off from Lutheranism in 1785.

It was also the setting of the slasher/horror film My Bloody Valentine 3D. The irony of setting this film in a place named “Harmony” is, no doubt, something some washed-up film producer still thinks was quite clever and will still blather on and on about at cocktail parties.

For more maps and images from this period in the region's history, visit the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.



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