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Who was “OB”?

Carved deeply in the white-painted wooden trim of an exterior doorway of a yellow brick house, the letters “OB” stand out in stark and dark relief. Below those letters are ...
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‘Tis the time of year where residents of Harpers Ferry go from living in a beautiful and historic town to a life-sized Christmas snow globe (minus the snow) or a ...
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Well, not the Foundation exactly, but our own Bonnie Zampino was recognized last month in the Denison Bulletin Review based out of Crawford County, Iowa for her work identifying the ...
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Fall Happenings

We’ve been staying busy and having fun this fall thanks to cooperative weather, awesome volunteers and wonderful supporters! Most recently, on November 6, we held our Fall Festival to benefit ...
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The following post is by Jayden Hill, a Boy Scout who lives in Bolivar. He and his troop have been a great help to our Foundation by lending a helping ...
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John H. Naylor

By Bonnie Zampino, Foundation Board Member In historic Harpers Ferry, there stands an iconic yellow-brick building. Its origins go back to the 1830’s when it was built to house important ...
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Our guided Harpers Ferry Black Heritage Walking Tour last weekend was a great success! We sold out the event and received a lot of positive feedback afterward. Thank you to ...
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On September 11, the Foundation will host a walking tour that focuses on the diverse African American community that was concentrated along Fillmore and Washington Streets and in the West ...
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Nash Farm

The Bradley D. Nash Farm, commonly referred to as just Nash Farm, is a hidden gem of Harpers Ferry National Historical Park that many people stumble upon unexpectedly. The old ...
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Happy Trails!

The Trail & Town Alliance of Harpers Ferry-Bolivar is a standing committee of the Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Historic Town Foundation. The Alliance now serves as the steering committee for our two ...
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