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

May 10 to August 4, 1986

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 1,700 entries in the National Register.


Berks County

  • Cotton and Maple Streets School, Cotton and Maple Sts., Read­ing.

Bucks County

  • Hulmeville Historic District, Beaver, Bellevue, Green, Hulme, Main and Water Sts. and Trenton Ave., Hulmeville

Cambria County

  • Johnstown Flood National Memorial, U.S. Rte. 219, St. Michael
  • South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club Historic District, Roughly bounded by Main, Franklin and Lake Sts., St. Michael

Lancaster County

  • Jacob Keller Farm, 990 Rettew Mill Rd., Ephrata vicinity

Northumberland County

  • Milton Historic District, Roughly bounded by the Susquehanna River (West Branch), Spruce Ave., and Walnut, Center, High and Apple Sts., Milton

Perry County

  • O’Donel House and Farm, Blaine vicinity

Philadelphia County

  • Equitable Trust Building, 1405 Locust St., Philadelphia
  • Gilbert Building, 1315-1329 Cherry St., Philadelphia
  • WFIL Studio, 4548 Market St., Philadelphia

Westmoreland County

  • Pennsylvania Railroad Station – Latrobe, Depot St., Latrobe