600 Block Penn St – 1960sPosted on January 20, 2019January 21, 2019 by Alexa Freyman FacebookTweetPinEmailShares175 The stores in this photo were located from 607 Penn (Manning-Armstrong) to 621 Penn (Thom McAn shoes). The structure at the extreme right, housing J.C. Mumma andThom McAn, was originally built as a banking house. Notice above Daniel’s Women’s Wear, at 613, the studio photographer Joseph J. Kravitz, who took many high school senior’s graduation portrait. – Photo courtesy of Richard Houck Image from “Berks Countians; The Wonderful Way We Live” Stores pictured from left to right:Manning-Armstrong – Foot-Craft ShoesJ&T Brakelmann JewelersMinros – Golden Rule JewelersDaniel’sBeverlyDeLuca’s Camera CenterJ.C. MummaThom McAn Shoes FacebookTweetPinEmailShares175Alexa FreymanBorn and raised in Berks, I am fascinated by the style, design & culture of the mid-late 20th century. I started this website to research and build a collection of the places, things and stories I have heard about my entire life. Read more here.