Incident Detail: 1946 Call No. 02
Call No. 2
Minnig Hotel, Main Street, Tremont
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July 22, 1946
At an early hour on Monday, July 22, 1946, the Minnig Hotel on Main Street in Tremont, Pennsylvania, caught fire and was extensively damaged. The 75 year old three-story building contained 22 rooms and was purchased by the W. E. Minnig family in 1942. The cause of the fire was not determined, but several suspicious characters were said to have been seen around the place early in the morning. The damage was estimated at $10,000 and was partially covered by insurance. Both the Lykens and Wiconisco fire companies were among those to respond to the fire.
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