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

July 1 to November 10, 1983

The National Register of Historic Places is the nation’s official record of properties deemed worthy of preservation by the United States Department of the Interior. Established by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the program is administered for the Commonwealth by the PHMC’s Bureau for Historic Preservation. Pennsylvania claims 1,600 entries in the National Register.


Allegheny County

  • Hartley-Rose Belting Company Building, 425-427 1st Ave., Pittsburgh
  • Schenley Farms Historic District, Roughly bounded by Andover Terr., Centre, Bellefield, and Parkman Aves., Dithridge, Thackeray, Forbes and Mawhinney Sts., Pittsburgh

Berks County

  • Charles S. Foos Elementary School, Douglass and Weiser Sts., Reading
  • Metropolitan Edison Building, 412 Washington St., Reading

Bucks County

  • Byecroft Farm Complex, Off U.S. 202, Buckingham vicinity
  • Tomlinson-Huddleston House, 109 W. Maple Ave., Langhorne

Chester County

  • Gay Street School, Gay and Morgan Sts., Phoenixville
  • Great Valley Mill, 72 N. Valley Rd., Paoli vicinity
  • Thompson Farm, 632 Chambers Rock Rd., New London vicinity

Columbia County

  • Bloomsburg Historic District, Roughly bounded by Penn,
  • 5th, West, Willow, Millville and Light Sts., Bloomsburg

Cumberland County

  • Sterrett-Hassinger House, Three Squares Hollow Rd., Newville vicinity

Delaware County

  • Camp-Woods, 745 Newton Rd., Villanova

Erie County

  • Short’s Hotel, 90 S. Pearl St., North East
  • Watson-Curtze Mansion, 356 W. 6th St., Erie

Indiana County

  • Indiana Borough 1912 Municipal Building, 39 7th St., Indiana

Lackawanna County

  • Lackawanna Avenue Commercial Historic District, Roughly bounded by Adams Ave., Bogart Pl., and Franklin and Spruce Sts., Scranton

Lancaster County

  • Kirk Johnson Building, 16-18 W. King St., Lancaster
  • Lancaster Historic District (Boundary Increase), Bounded by E. Vine, S. Christian, Washington, S. Duke and Church Sts., Lancaster
  • Lancaster Trust Company, 37-41 N. Market St., Lancaster
  • Mascot Roller Mills (Ressler’s Mill), Newport and Stump­town Rds., Mascot
  • New Era Building, 39-41 N. Queen St., Lancaster
  • Reilly Brothers and Raub Building, 44-46 N. Queen St. and 45 N. Market St., Lancaster

Lehigh County

  • High German Evangelical Reformed Church, 620 Hamilton Mall, Allentown

Luzerne County

  • Benjamin Evans House, Off Rt. 93, Nescopeck vicinity

Montgomery County

  • Cold Point Historic District, I-276, Butler Pike, Militia Hill and Narcissa Rds., Norristown vicinity

Northumberland County

  • Sunbury Historic District, Roughly bounded by Arch, Chestnut, Front and 5th Sts., Sunbury

Philadelphia County

  • 1616 Building, 1616 Walnut St., Philadelphia
  • Board of Education Building, 21st St. and Benjamin Franklin Pkwy., Philadelphia
  • Estey Hall, 1701 Walnut St., Philadelphia
  • Harrison Building (Harrison Stores), 1001-1023 Filbert St., Philadelphia
  • Malvern Hall, 6655 McCallum St., Philadelphia
  • Rittenhouse Historic District, Roughly bounded by Waverly, 15th, Sansom, Ludlow, 23rd and 25th Sts., Philadelphia
  • Spring Garden District (Boundary Increase), Roughly bounded by Fairmount, Mt. Vernon, 15th and 19th Sts., Philadelphia
  • Sun Oil Building, 1608-1610 Walnut St., Philadelphia

Pike County

  • Forester’s Hall, Broad and Hartford Sts., Milford

Westmoreland County

  • St. Gertrude Roman Catholic Church, 311 Franklin Ave., Vandergrift

York County

  • Delta Historic District, Main St., Delta
  • Northwest York Historic District, Roughly bounded by Carlisle, Texas, Pennsylvania, Newberry, Park and Linden Aves., York
  • Wrightsville Historic District, Roughly bounded by the Susquehanna River, Vine, 4th and Willow Sts., Wrightsville