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

May 31 to September 12, 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 PHMC’s Bureau for Historic Preservation. Pennsylvania claims 1,700 entries in the National Register.


Allegheny County

  • Alpha Terrace Historic District, 716-740 and 721-743 N. Beatty St., Pittsburgh
  • Bindley Hardware Company Building, 401 Amberson Ave., Pittsburgh
  • Fourth Avenue Historic District, Fourth Ave. and Wood St., Pittsburgh
  • Frederick J. Osterling, Office and Studio, 228 Isabella St., Pitts­burgh
  • Pennsalt Historic District, Roughly bounded by Federal, Penn & Pond Sts., Philadelphia and Blue Ridge Aves., Natrona
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Station-Wilkinsburg, Hay St. at Ross Ave., Wilkinsburg
  • Sauer Buildings Historic District, 607-717 Center Ave., Aspin­wall

Beaver County

  • Carnegie Free Library, Beaver Falls, 1301 7th Ave., Beaver Falls

Bedford County

  • Chalybeate Springs Hotel, Chalybeate Rd., Bedford

Berks County

  • John Bishop House, Perkiomen Ave., Reading vicinity
  • H.K. Deisher Knitting Mill, 56 Noble St., Kutztown
  • Meinig Glove Factory-E. Richard Meinig Co., 612-632 and 621-641 McKnight St., Reading

Bucks County

  • Jefferson Avenue School, Jefferson Ave. & Pond St., Bristol

Chester County

  • West Chester Downtown Historic District, Roughly bounded by Biddle, Matlick, Barnard and New Sts., West Chester

Clinton County

  • Rich-McCormick Woolen Factory, Little Plum Run Rd., Woolrich vicinity

Columbia County

  • Jackson Mansion and Carriage House, 344 Market St., Berwick

Delaware County

  • North Wayne Historic District, Roughly bounded by Eagle Rd., Woodland Ct., Radnor St., Poplar & N. Wayne Ave., Wayne
  • Old Rose Tree Tavern (Proposed Move), Rose Tree and Provi­dence Rds., Media vicinity

Lancaster County

  • Donegal Presbyterian Church Complex, Donegal Springs Rd., East Donegal Township
  • Oregon Mill Complex, 1415 Oregon Rd., Oregon

Lehigh County

  • Gauff-Roth House, 427-443 Auburn St., Allentown

Luzerne County

  • River Street Historic District, Franklin, River, W. River, W.
  • Jackson, W. Union, W. Market, W. Northampton, W. South and W.Ross Sts. & Barnum Pl., Wilkes-Barre

Montgomery County

  • Abington Township High School, 1801 Susquehanna Rd., Abington
  • Old Pottstown Historic District, Roughly bounded by South, Race, Bailey, Adams, Lincoln, Beech and Mana tawny St., Potts­town

Philadelphia County

  • Chestnut Hill Historic District, Roughly bounded by Fairmount Park and Montgomery Co. Line, Chestnut Hill
  • Northern National Bank, 2300 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia
  • Regent-Rennoc Court, 5100 blk. Regent St. & 1311-1327 S. 52nd St., Philadelphia
  • St. Peter’s Episcopal Church of Germantown, 6000 Wayne Ave., Philadelphia
  • Suburban Station Building, 1617 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Phila­delphia

Washington County

  • Taylorstown Historic District, Main St., Taylorstown
  • West Middletown Historic District, Main St., West Midldletown Borough

Westmoreland County

  • Byerly House, 115 Menk Rd., New Kensington
  • West Overton Historic District, Frick Ave., East Huntingdon Township