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2260 Corriere Drive, Easton, PA

BROWN & LYNCH POST 9

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 American Legion: Brown and Lynch Post 9, Easton, PA

Brown & Lynch Post 9 was named in honor of the first two soldiers from the city of Easton that were killed in WW-I. The post was originally located at 218-220 Northampton Street in Easton, PA, until October 8, 1974. Due to a fire at the post, and after years of meetings at various locations, the post was relocatedin the mid-1980s to the Palmer Township location. 

Here's a link to Frank Merritt's video of the first 100 years of The American Legion National Headquarters and Easton, Pennsylvania's first Post -our very own Brown & Lynch American Legion Post 9. This video was made from his original Power Point Presentation he made at home and narrated himself! Please watch, please share in our history -and in our community's history!

Below are images of the post, and on the following pages, you will find a written account of the history, teamwork, comradery, community support, and devotion to cause. 

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