Among the photos are also artifacts associated with the photos in the exhibit. One unique display includes a model of the "Krauss Palace," the log house built in 1743 by Schwenkfelder immigrant Balthasar Krauss. The model, built of sticks and shipping boxes, was created by Oscar Krauss in the 1920's.
The photographic works of the son of a Hereford Township store owner and others that documented the life and landscape of the region in the early 1900's is fast becoming a favorite of visitors to the Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center (SLHC).
Harry Winslow Fegley, or H. Winslow Fegley, as he went by, was a man of many talents with an entrepreneurial flair. Growing up in Hereford, he later moved with his wife and daughter to Reading. He was a storekeeper, journalist, wholesaler and amateur photographer.
His work was featured in venues like the Reading Weekly Eagle, as it was called at the ...