Pike's Peek

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Congratulations to readers who knew where to find the detail in last week's clue.

Doug and Babette Dow write that it may be found at "the historic Milford Borough Building located at 211 E. Catherine St. Built in 1899 by E.S. Wolfe of native bluestone, this structure has served as firehouse, jail and meeting room. Imagine the stories it could tell if this building could talk!"

That truly would be the source of some fascinating tales....

Pike County Commissioner Matt Osterberg writes: "Milford Boro Hall on West Catherine Street Constructed in 1899 and originally served as the Milford Fire House. Today, this is where the Milford Boro Council holds their monthly meetings."

Thank you for playing along.

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