Below is an interesting view of the home in which Monsignor Pozzi lived during the very earliest years of St. Joachim parish before there was a rectory.The corner building shown on the lower left on the corner of Dye and Genesee Streets with "100" superimposed is the location of Monsignor Pozzi's abode.
Over the past week or so, I have been delving into the illustrious past of St. Joachim Parish on Bayard Street in Chambersburg. The ever growing "CHAMBERSBURG" and the "AMERICAN-ITALIAN" folders have been a subject of intense interest to me in view of the fact that the area has gone through such massive change. The late Bob Immordino and I spent many hours working on a computer generated presentation on Chambersburg, detailing the borough from its earliest years, and concentrating on the Italian experience. The first version of the presentation was presented on screen at the Kuser Farm mansion theater during the period of time when the mansion was available for my nostalgia and historic programs. "Chambersburg: An intimate thumbnail sketch" was very well received. The "ASTOUND!" presentation software allows me to add subsequent photos and articles as they are found, and they are and will be added.