Being one of the oldest surviving county historical society in Pennsylvania, the Cumberland County Historical Society (CCHS) has cause for celebration during its 125th anniversary year. Founded in 1874 as the Hamilton Library Association, the Society's first century is recalled by Milton E. Flower in the publication "The First One Hundred Years".
Two Mile House
Interview with Isabel Masland at her office in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania on June 19, 2002, with Jennifer Elliott as part of the Cumberland County Women During World War Two Oral History Project. Masland discusses life during World War II including rationing, boarding Carlisle Barracks soldiers at her home, and experiencing V-J day in New York City.
Isabel Carpenter Masland discusses growing up in the Two Mile House outside of Carlisle, Pennsylvania during World War II.
So many of us go through life without thinking of the bigger picture- what can we do to better our communities after we are gone? I would like today to discuss Mary Wheeler King and to say to you that here is a friend who thought very carefully how she would influence future generations.