A longtime favorite will be back at the Southern Lancaster County Historical Society's annual Christmas greens sale.
"We're going to offer white pine roping," organizer Peg Wurst said. "We haven't had them for several years and people have been asking for them, so we're happy to be getting them back."
Working in her favorite medium, Linda White drew the old Eldora store for the March page of the 2018 Solanco Historical Society calendar.
"Professionally, I mostly do oil landscapes, but I love working in pencil," she said.
Improvements in printing technology allow use of pencil drawings for reproduction. In the past, pencil drawings would have had to be traced in pen to allow them to be printed.
First-time contributor Amy Mueller couldn't work from the original when she began her pen and ink drawing of Parker Shank's store at Peach Bottom.
The building no longer exists and the site itself was drowned when the lake formed behind the Conowingo Dam.
"I never would have chosen this because the picture [of the store] is so dark," Mueller said. "I had to use my magnifying glass for the details."