Articles by Jack Coll

May 5, 2021

History of a House – 1024 Fayette Street and Two Special Guys who lived there.

Take a few minutes and read about two of the most fascinating men who ever lived in our great borough of Conshohocken at 1024 Fayette Street in this history of a house by Jack Coll
April 28, 2021

Conshorockin’s Own Alice Cooper.. Michael Kelly!

Conshorockin's own Alice Cooper, meet Michael Kelly. Photos by Jack Coll
April 28, 2021

History of a House – 410 Spring Mill Avenue

Conshohocken History of a House brings us to 410 Spring Mill Avenue and the first apartment house in Conshohocken read more here by Jack Coll
April 15, 2021

History of a House – The Angel House

History of a House, the Angel House on Butler Pike. by Jack Coll
April 3, 2021

Masked Men with Guns Committed Armed Robbery in West Conshohocken in the spring of 1927 and in Conshohocken in 1934

A few robberies from over the years in West Conshohocken and Conshohocken. By Jack Coll for Conshystuff.com
March 21, 2021

Remembering the Spring Mill Fire Company Fair

Remembering the Spring Mill Fire Company Fair and other Conshohocken Fairs and Carnivals over the years by Jack Coll for Conshystuff.com
March 12, 2021

History of a House – 110 East 4th Ave. Home to Conshohocken’s First Female Doctor

Today we're taking a look at 110 East 4th Avenue. Home to Conshohocken's First female doctor. by Jack Coll
March 9, 2021

History of a House – Francis X. Boyle “Chuck Wagon Pete” 400 Block of East 11th Avenue

History of a House and a famous family who lived on East 11th Avenue. By Jack Coll for Conshystuff.com
March 2, 2021

Prohibition – A Little Education and Conshohocken’s Involvement

Prohibition in and around Conshohocken, a few great stories from 100 years ago. By Jack Coll for Conshystuff.com
February 10, 2021

Joseph E. Januzelli – Has Anybody Here, Seen my old Friend Joey? I Just Looked Around and He Was Gone

Joseph Januzelli, remembering an old friend. By Jack Coll.
February 7, 2021

Conshohocken Black History Month – Everett Thompson, Conshohocken’s First African American Superstar Athlete with many others to follow

Conshohocken Black History Month - Everett Thompson, Conshohocken's First African American Superstar Athlete with many others to follow, read more here by Jack Coll for Conshystuff.com
February 4, 2021

John Chaney and Conshohocken

Legendary Temple Coach John Chaney would visit Conshohocken and the Albert C. Donofrio Tournament at the Fellowship House.