There a few items that are dear to the memory in this image.
Clothes lines - we all had them. Some were made of braided cotton and had pullies on each end so you could load them from a second story window, but the cotton stretched under load. Ours was made of metal wire. The metal wire ones didn't stretch, but to be wiped clean of black deposits before you hung the clothes to dry. Wet clothes even dried in the Winter when it was below freezing.
The National Coal Company building was a long thin strip of buildings consisting of different bins. The coal in each bin was sorted by size - pea coal being the finest.
Was it Vroom St. on the corner? I cannot remember the name of the cemetery, but it was very small in size, only about one block long and wide.
A classmate from Junior Four through THS and Rider College lived next to the Krueger sign - Diana Wood.
I also remember Krueger Beer, though. Pretty bad stuff. ;-)