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.

August 3 to November 5, 1979


Allegheny County

  • Bowman Homestead, North Versailles Township
  • Ewart Building, 921-925 Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh
  • Henderson-Metz House, 1516 Warren St., Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge, 11th St. over Allegheny River, Pittsburgh
  • Rodef Shalom Temple. 4905 5th Ave., Pittsburgh
  • Sellers House, 400 Shady Ave., Pittsburgh
  • Sixteenth Street Bridge, 16th and Chestnut Sts., Pittsburgh
  • West End Bridge, Western Ave. and Carson St. over Ohio River, Pittsburgh

Berks County

  • Bethel A.M.E. Church, 119 N. 10th St., Reading
  • Lerch Tavern, 182-184 W. Penn Ave., Wernersville

Bucks County

  • Stover Mill, River Rd., Rt. 32, Erwinna

Cambria County

  • Nathan’s Department Store, 426432 Main St., Johnstown

Carbon County

  • Carbon County Section of the Lehigh Canal, along Lehigh River from Jim Thorpe to Dam #3 in Walnutport

Centre County

  • Harmony Forge Mansion, Rt. 144, south of Milesburg, Boggs Township
  • Oak Hall Historic District, College Township
  • Rowland Theatre, Philipsburg

Chester County

  • Thomas Bull House, Bulltown Rd., East Nantmeal Township
  • General Washington Inn, Uwchlan and E. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown
  • Lahr Farm. R.D. 1, Rt. 23, Elverson
  • Lunn’s Tavern, Strickersville
  • Springton Manor Farm, Springton and Creek Rds., Rt. 282, Wallace Township
  • Jacob Winings House and Clover Mill, James Mill Rd., Warwick Township
  • Jacob Wisner House (Rapp House), R.D. 1, Yellow Springs Rd., Malvern

Clearfield County

  • Thomas Murray House, 120 S. 2nd St., Clearfield

Clinton County

  • Logan Mill Covered Bridge, L.R. 18026 over Fishing Creek, Logan Township

Dauphin County

  • John Ayres House, Rt. 225, Middle Paxton Township
  • Fort Hunter Historic District, N. Front St., Harrisburg
  • Keystone Building, 18-22 S. 3rd St., Harrisburg

Franklin County

  • Spring Grove Farm and Distillery, Greencastle-Williamsport Pike, Antrim Township
  • Stover-Winger Farm, Leitersburg Rd., Greencastle

Indiana County

  • Covered Bridges of Indiana County Thematic Resources, Indiana County
  • Old Indiana County Jail and Sheriffs Office, 6th St. and Nixon Ave., Indiana

Jefferson County

  • Gray-Taylor House, 9 Walnut St., Brookville

Juniata County

  • Covered Bridges of Juniata and Snyder Counties Thematic Re­sources, Juniata and Snyder counties

Lancaster County

  • Joseph Bucher House, 104 E. Front St., Marietta
  • Hager Building, 25 W. King St., Lancaster
  • Steinman Hardware Store, 26-28 W. King St., Lancaster

Lehigh County

  • Dillingersville Union School and Church, Zionsville Rd., Zionsville

Luzerne County

  • Luzerne Presbyterial Institute (Wyoming Institute). Institute St., Wyoming
  • Wyoming Seminary, Sprague Ave., Kingston

Monroe County

  • Cold Spring Farm Springhouse, T-515, Middle Smithfield Town­ship
  • Schoonover Mountain House, T-633, near Bushkill

Montgomery County

  • Jenkins’ Town Lyceum Building, Old York and Vista Rds., Jenkintown
  • Rowland House, 300 Ashbourne Rd., Cheltenham Township

Montour County

  • General William Montgomery House, 1-3 Bloom St., Danville

Northumberland County

  • Covered Bridges of Northumberland County Thematic Re­sources, Northumberland County
  • Hower-Slote House, south of Warrior Run Blvd., Lewis Town­ship

Pike County

  • Bushkill Gristmill, U.S. 209, Bushkill
  • Peters House, U.S. 209 and L.R. 51001. Bushkill

Snyder County

  • Covered Bridges of Juniata and Snyder Counties Thematic Resources, Juniata and Snyder counties
  • Selinsgrove Hall and Seibert Hall, Susquehanna University Campus, Selinsgrove

Union County

  • William A. Heiss House and Buggy Shop, 523 Green St., Mifflinburg

Wayne County

  • Lacawac, Salem and Paupack Townships

York County

  • York Historic District, York