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

December 3, 1984 to March 7, 1985

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 PHMCs Bureau for Historic Preservation. Pennsylvania claims 1,600 entries in the National Register.


Allegheny County

  • Byrnes and Kiefer Building, 1127-1131 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh William Penn Hotel, Mellon Sq., between Sixth and Oliver Sts., Pittsburgh

Bedford County

  • Bedford Springs Hotel Historic District, Bedford vicinity

Berks County

  • Grimshaw Silk Mill, 1200 N. Eleventh St., Reading
  • Liberty Fire Company No. 5, 501 S. Fifth St., Reading
  • Stouchsburg Historical District, 12-153 Main St. and Water St., Stouchsburg

Bucks County

  • Fretz Farm, Almshouse Rd., Doylestown vicinity
  • New Hope Multiple Resource Area, New Hope
  • Penn’s Park General Store Complex, 2310-2324 Second St. Pike, Penn’s Park
  • Wycombe Village Historic District, Roughly bounded by Twp. Line, Mill Creek and Forest Rds., Cherry Lane, and Washington and Park Aves., Buckingham and Wrightstown Twps.

Chester County

  • Cope’s Bridge, Marshallton vicinity

Clinton County

  • Nathan Harvey House, 425-427 S. Water St., Mill Hall

Crawford County

  • Titusville Historic District, Roughly bounded by Petroleum,
  • Spruce, Franklin, Perry, Monroe, Main and Spring Sts., Titus­ville

Cumberland County

  • Boiling Springs Historic District, Roughly bounded by High and First Sts., Boiling Springs Lake and Yellow Breeches Creek

Dauphin County

  • Harrisburg Cemetery, Thirteenth and Liberty Sts., Harrisburg
  • Mount Pleasant Historic District, Sylvan Terrace to Nineteenth St., and Market to Brookwood Sts., Harrisburg

Erie County

  • Nicholson House and Inn, 4838 W. Ridge Rd., Erie

Lancaster County

  • B.F. Good and Company leaf Tobacco Warehouse, 49-53 W. James St., Lancaster
  • Mentzer Building, 3 W. Main St., Ephrata

Lawrence County

  • S.R. Thompson House, Market St., New Wilmington

Lehigh County

  • Dime Savings and Trust Company, 12 N. Seventh St., Allentown

Lycoming County

  • Millionaires’ Row Historic District, Roughly bow1ded by Nich­ols Pl., Campbell, Grace, Walnut, Maynard, W. Third, Park and Hadley Sts., and Vine and Seventh Aves., Williamsport

Montgomery County

  • Perkiomen Bridge Hotel, Main St. and Route 29, Collegeville
  • Stotesbury Club House, 7830 Eastern Ave., Wyndmoor

Philadelphia County

  • Louis Bergdoll House, 929 N. Twenty-Ninth St., Philadelphia
  • Franklin Institute Science Museum, Twentieth St. and the Ben­jamin Franklin Pkwy., Philadelphia
  • Goodman Brothers and Hinlein Company, 1238 Callowhill St., Philadelphia
  • Hanson Haines House, 4801 Springfield Ave., Philadelphia
  • La Blanche Apartments, 5100 Walnut St., Philadelphia

Pike County

  • Shanna House, U.S. Route 209, Dingman Twp. vicinity

Schuylkill County

  • D.G. Yuengling and Son Brewing Complex, Fifth and Mahan­tongo Sts., Pottsville

Washington County

  • West Alexander Historic District, Roughly bounded by Main, N. Liberty and Mechanic Sts., West Alexander

Westmoreland County

  • Samuel Patterson House, State Route 981, New Alexander vicinity

York County

  • Coulsontown Cottages Historic District, Ridge Rd. and Main St., Delta