Posts of Category: Throwback Thursday


Throwback Thursday: Susquehanna roots in Greencastle, Pennsylvania, date to 1864

Susquehanna is truly honored to be part of a banking legacy in the Greencastle, Pennsylvania, community with roots that date back to 1864.  As we celebrate a 150 year tradition dedicated to community banking, we are proud to share our storied  Continue Reading »

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The Language of the Millennial: A #tbt look at the #2000s

It’s the final blog in our ‘memories of the decades’ series and at first I thought to myself, ‘I have to cover the 2000s? That was like, yesterday!’ I didn’t think my content would be as nostalgic as the ‘60s  Continue Reading »

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‘90s Nostalgia: It’s all that and a bag a chips

Take a ride with me in my car and you’ll find me constantly toggling between the “’90s on 9” and “Lithium” satellite stations. Not because I can’t find the perfect song, but because every song perfectly projects me back to  Continue Reading »


Umbrellas for shoes, noodle coolers, dust mop onesies and other quirky inventions through time

Here’s a little-known October anniversary in which bean-counters and number-crunchers everywhere may find worth celebrating: The first patent was issued to Dorr Eugene Felt for an adding machine – an ancestor of the modern day calculator – on Oct. 11, 1887. The  Continue Reading »

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