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To help us organize our tens of thousands of photos and to make them easy to view, we have a large number of digital slide shows arranged by subject or period. This list is some of the slide shows you can watch on the large screen TV at either of our buildings. We add to these regularly. Whether you have fifteen minutes to spare or a couple of days, you will certainly see some interesting photos blown up to a size where you can appreciate the detail.

Full List of History Center Slide Shows


At the Neal House, we have dozens of albums that hold our photos, postcards, articles, clippings, pamphlets, and brochures. Like the Slide Shows, they are arranged by subject. You can sit at our comfortable table and go through the albums of your particular interest.


Albums Jeremy Coates of Mansfield High School browses through one of our many albums.
Albums Barbara Bailey McConnell and Linda Clark Lawton, both of Mansfield, share memories from one of our albums.

Related Episodes of "Conversations with Dennis Miller"

Early Photographers - Published on Jul 8, 2015
In this episode of Conversations, Mansfield University Public Relations Director Dennis Miller talks with historian Joyce Tice about her new book, "Early Photographers of Mansfield PA: The Windows They Left Open."

Exaggeration Post Cards - Published on Jan 15, 2013
In this episode of Conversations, Mansfield University PR Director Dennis Miller talks with Joyce Tice, founder and director of The History Center on Main St.in Mansfield, PA, about the Center's collection of Exaggeration Post Cards by Albert Stanley Johnson, Jr. from the early 20th century. In addition to the outlandish and often uniquely American humor, the post cards often show the way of life and entrance of technology in rural America.

Bradford County Postcard Project - Published on Jun 24, 2011
In this episode of Conversations, Dennis Miller talks with local historian Joyce Tice about her Bradford County Postcard Project.

Diaries - Published on Jan 28, 2010
Joyce Tice visits Dennis Miller's studio in January 2010. They have a conversation about people in Tioga and surrounding Counties who left diaries behind, and how important those diaries are.