(07/24/2020)
The Town of Grantsville was in its heyday in the 1940's, sacrificing for World War II, with a vital business, church and civic community, the big event was the construction of the new courthouse.

High school student David Hathaway, now deceased, with his camera recorded the life and times of the town. Many of his photos will be placed on the Herald in months to come.

His snapshots are of a time when the world moved slowly, people were connected and community was a place to be held high.

Town of Grantsville in 1942 from Pine Creek Hill, with "new" courthouse under construction to right, cleared Hospital Hill (David Hathaway Photo)

Long shot of 1942 Grantsville from high on Hospital Hill,
note cleared hills surrounding town (David Hathaway Photo)

World War II Grantsville from Pine
Creek Hill, 1942 (David Hathaway Photo)

1942 Grantsville from Hospital Hill, High St.
(Rt 16) in foreground (David Hathaway Photo)

Main Street Grantsville 1942, starts to right coming off original
bridge, courthouse under construction (David Hathaway Photo)

Town's water tank above Rt. 16, Town
Hill in 1941 (David Hathaway Photo)


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