Additions to the National Register of Historic Places

Additions lists cultural resources in Pennsylvania - districts, sites, buildings, structures and objects - entered in the National Register of Historic Places.

September 1 to December 15, 1978

 

Adams County

  • Conewago Mass House, T.R. 476, 5 mi. east of A5510, Conewago (October 19, 1978)

Allegheny County

  • Allegheny West Historic District, Lincoln-Breech Area, North Side, Pittsburgh (November 2, 1978)
  • The Burke Building, 209-211 Fourth Avenue, Pittsburgh (Sep­tember 18, 1978)
  • Nicholas Way House, 108 Beaver Road, Pittsburgh (September 13, 1978)

Bedford County

  • Barclay House, 230 Juliana Street, Bedford (September 18, 1978)

Berks County

  • Lenhart Farm, U.S. Rt. 22 and Rt. 143, Lenhartsville (Septem­ber 18, 1978)
  • Wertz’s Covered Bridge (Red Covered Bridge), 3/4 mi. NW of the Gring’s Mill Recreation Area adjacent to Tulpehocken Road spanning Tulpehocken Creek, Bern and Spring town­ships (November 17, 1978)

Blair County

  • Highland Hall, 517 Walnut Street, Hollidaysburg (September 13, 1978)
  • St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Old Water Street Road, Sinking Valley (September 18, 1978)

Bucks County

  • Keith House (Washington’s Headquarters), Pineville Road, Upper Makefield Township (November 14, 1978)
  • Southampton Baptist Church and Cemetery, Second Street and Maple Avenue, Southampton (September 18, 1978)
  • Stover-Myers Mill, Dark Hollow Road, Pipersville (September 13, 1978)

Centre County

  • Hardman-Philips House, Presqueisle and Fourth streets, Philips­burg (September 18, 1978)

Chester County

  • Prizer’s Mill Complex, Mill Lane, Kimberton, East Pikeland Township (September 6, 1978)

Crawford County

  • Ruter Hall, North Main Street, Allegheny College Campus, Meadville (September 18, 1978)

Cumberland County

  • Cumberland Valley Railroad Station and Stationmaster’s House, 2 and 4 West Strawberry Alley, Mechanicsburg (November 17, 1978)

Delaware County

  • Darby Meeting, 1017 Main Street, Darby (September 13, 1978)
  • John Cheyney Log Tenant House and Farm (Thomas Huston Farm), Station Road, Cheyney, Thornbury Township (November 21, 1978)
  • St. David’s Church and Graveyard, Valley Forge and Church Roads, Newtown Township (September 20, 1978)

Huntingdon County

  • Lewis Smalley Homestead, Rt. 103, 2 mi. east of U.S. 522 at junction of Aughwick Creek, Allensport vicinity (November 14, 1978)

Lancaster County

  • Lancaster County Courthouse, 43 East King Street, Lancaster (November 7, 1978)

Lebanon County

  • Chestnut Street Log House, 1110 Chestnut Street, Lebanon (November 20, 1978)

Lehigh County

  • Trout Hall, 414 Walnut Street, Allentown (November 14, 1978)

Lycoming County

  • Peter Herdic Residence, 407 West Fourth Street, Williamsport (November 21, 1978)

Monroe County

  • Ross Common Manor, Rt.115, 1.5 mi. NW of Wind Gap, Saylors­burg (November 22, 1978)

Northampton County

  • Easton Section of the Lehigh Canal and the Glendon and Abbott Streets Industrial Sites, along the Lehigh River from Hope­ville to the confluence of the Lehigh and Delaware rivers, Easton (October 2, 1978)
  • Lehigh Gap to Walnutport Section of the Lehigh Canal, from Lehigh Gap (Dam #3) to Lock #25, southern Walnutport boundary in Lehigh River Valley, Walnutport (October 2, 1978)

Northumberland County

  • Caspar Snyder House (Blue Ball Tavern). 1/4 mi. south of LR 49022 on Rt. 147, Lower Augusta Township (November 24, 1978)

Philadelphia County

  • Adelphi School of the Philadelphia Association of Friends, 1223-1225 Spring Street, Philadelphia (September 18, 1978)
  • Drake Hotel, 1512-1514 Spruce Street, Philadelphia (September 18, 1978)
  • Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company and Building, 123-51 South Broad Street at NE comer of Walnut Street, Philadel­phia (November 27, 1978)
  • Witherspoon Building, 1319-1323 Walnut Street, Philadelphia (September 18, 1978)

Pike County

  • Turn Store and Tinsmith’s Shop, U. S. Rt. 209, Bushkill (September 18,1978)

Schuylkill County

  • Anthracite Bank Building, 133 West Broad Street, Tamaqua (September 18, 1978)

Somerset County

  • W. Bollman & Company Bridge, Rt. 219, 1.5 mi. north of Meyersdale (November 8, 1978)

Union County

  • Benjamin Griffey House, R.D. 1, Allenwood (September 13, 1978)
  • Packwood House-American Hotel, 10 Market Street, Lewisburg (September 20, 1978)

Venango County

  • National Transit Building, 206 Seneca Street, Oil City (Septem­ber 13, 1978)

Warren County

  • Guy C. Irvine House, Rt. 62, Warren-Jamestown Road, Warren (September 13, 1978)

Washington County

  • Meadowcroft Rockshelter, North bank of Cross Creek, Avella (November 21, 1978)

Wayne County

  • Delaware & Hudson Canal Company’s Gravity Railroad Depot, South Street, Waymart (September 13, 1978)
  • Eugene Dorflinger Estate, U.S. Rt. 6 and Charles Street, White Mills (September 18, 1978)

Westmoreland County

  • Salem Crossroads Historic District, Rt. 66, West Pittsburgh Street, East Pittsburgh Street, Freeport Street, Greensburg Street, Delmont (September 18, 1978)