When Margaret Williams died - an infant from a poor family - no one was there at York's potter's field to dig her grave. A dispute erupted between the undertaker and the gravedigger.
Florence Gipe made a mark locally, moved to Maryland where she helped build nursing education nationally and returned to her home county to continue her contributions.
After a series of arsons by York's Black population reportedly in protest of a sentence of a Black woman, local authorities place restrictions on the travel of York's Black population. The document shows how they communicated those restrictions.