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

July 31 to November 5, 1987

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 Bureau for Historic Preservation, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Pennsylvania claims more than two thousand en­tries – including sites, buildings, structures, objects and historic dis­tricts – in the National Register.


Allegheny County

  • Eberhardt and Ober Brewery, Troy Hill Rd. and Vinial St., Pittsburgh
  • Linden Grove, Grove Rd. at Library Rd. and Willow Ave., Castle Shannon

Berks County

  • Peter Wanner Mansion, 1401 Walnut St., Reading

Bucks County

  • Jefferson Land Association Historic District, Roughly bounded by Spring, Garden and Mansion Sts., Beaver Dam Rd., and Jefferson Ave., Bristol

Delaware County

  • Delaware County National Bank, 1 W. Third St., Chester
  • Lansdowne Park Historic District, W. Greenwood, Owen, W. Baltimore, Windmere, and W. Stratford Aves., Lansdowne
  • Wayne Hotel, 139 E. Lancaster Ave., Radnor

Erie County

  • S.S. Niagara, at the foot of Sassafras St., Erie

Franklin County

  • The Widow Donaldson Place, 177 Bear Valley Rd., Fort Loudon vicinity

Lackawanna County

  • Ad-Lin Building, 600 Linden St., Scranton

Philadelphia County

  • Physicians and Dentists Building, 1831-1833 Chestnut St., Philadelphia
  • Edward B. Seymour House, 260 W. Johnson St., Philadelphia