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.

February 3 to November 17, 1981

While the National Register was closed for almost a year to the listing of private properties, the following publically owned buildings and sites were placed:


Allegheny County

  • Carnegie Free Library, 300 Beachwood Ave., Carnegie
  • St. Boniface Roman Catholic Church, East St., Pittsburgh

Armstrong County

  • Armstrong County Courthouse & Jail, Market & Jefferson Sts., Kittanning

Bedford County

  • New Enterprise Public School, L.R. 05076, South Woodbury Township, New Enterprise

Berks County

  • Covered Bridges of Berks County, A Thematic Resources NomĀ­ination

Centre County

  • Farmer’s High School (Pennsylvania State University), College Ave. & Atherton St., University Park

Chester County

  • West Chester State College Quad Historic District, West Chester State College, West Chester

Dauphin County

  • Camp Curtin Fire Station, 2504 N. 6th St., Harrisburg
  • Clemson Island Prehistoric District, Clemson Island, Halifax Township

Fayette County

  • Carnegie Free Library, S. Pittsburgh St., Connellsville

Lackawanna County

  • Scranton Fire Station, 518 Mulberry St., Scranton
  • Scranton Municipal Building, 340 N. Washington Ave., Scranton

Lancaster County

  • United States Post Office, 50 W. Chestnut St., Lancaster

Lehigh County

  • Fireman’s Drinking Fountain, Main St., Slatington
  • Haines Mill, Walnut St. & Main Boulevard, South Whitehall Township
  • Lehigh County Prison, Fourth & Linden Sts., Allentown
  • Lock Ridge Furnace Complex, Franklin & Church Sts., Alburtis Old Lehigh County Courthouse, 5th & Hamilton, Allentown

Northumberland County

  • Dr. Joseph Priestly House (Cross Keys Inn), 100 King St., Northumberland

Philadelphia County

  • Four Public Squares of Philadelphia, A Thematic Resources Nomination, Philadelphia