Additions

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

March 8 to May 30, 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.

 

Beaver County

  • Economy Historic District, Old Economy Village, Roughly bounded by PA 65, 12th, Merchant and 16th Sts., Ambridge

Berks County

  • Tulpehocken Creek Historic District, Tulpehocken and Mill Creeks, from Berks-Lebanon line to Blue Marsh Dam between Millardsville and Bernville

Bucks County

  • Center Bridge Historic District, Bounded by Ely and Laurel Rds. on River Rd., Center Bridge
  • Doylestown Historic District, Roughly bounded by Union, Cottage and E. Ashland Sts., Hillside Ave. and 5. and N. West Sts., Doylestown

Chester County

  • John Bailey Farm, Springdell Rd., Coatesville vicinity
  • Brandywine Building and Loan Association Rowhouses, Hephzibah Hill Rd., Coatesville vicinity
  • Edward Dougherty House, Mt. Carmel Rd., Coatesville vicinity
  • Ercildoun Historic District, PA 82 and SRs T368, 15236, T371 and 182, Coatesville vicinity
  • Vincent Forge Mansion, Cook’s Glen Rd., Spring City
  • Joseph Gladden House, West Chester Rd., Coatesville vicinity
  • John Hanna Farm, Fairview Rd., Coatesville vicinity
  • Harlan House, PA 162 and Star Gazer Rd., Embreeville vicinity
  • John Knauer House and Mill, PA 23, Knauertown
  • Mansel Passmore House, Glen Rose Rd., Coatesville vicinity
  • Martha Pennock House, PA 82, Coatesville vicinity
  • Powell Farm, Dupont Rd., Coatesville vicinity
  • John Powell House, Hephzibah Hill Rd., Coatesville vicinity
  • Joshua Pusey House, Saw Mill Rd., Coatesville vicinity
  • David Scott House, Mt. Carmel Rd., Coatesville vicinity
  • Thomas Scott House, Park Ave., Coatesville vicinity
  • Robert Steen House, Fairview Rd., Coatesville vicinity
  • John Wentz House, PA 82, Coatesville vicinity

Dauphin County

  • Keystone Hotel, 40 E. Main St., Hummelstown

Jefferson County

  • Jefferson Theater, 230 N. Fincley St., Punxsutawney

Montour County

  • Danville West Market Street Historic District, Bounded by Courthouse Alley E., Front St. S., Haney’s Alley W. and Mahon­ing St. N., Danville

Philadelphia County

  • McCallum Manor, 6653 McCallum Ave., Philadelphia
  • National Bank of North Philadelphia, 3701 N. Broad St., Phila­delphia
  • North Broad Street Mansion District, Roughly bounded by Broad, Jefferson, Willington and Oxford Sts., Philadelphia
  • Overbrook Farms, Roughly bounded by City Line Ave., 58th St., Woodbine Ave. and 64th St., Philadelphia
  • Pennsylvania Institute for the Deaf and Dumb, 7500 German­town Ave., Philadelphia
  • Powelton Historic District, Roughly bounded by Brandywine St., 32nd to 39th Sts. and Lancaster Ave., Philadelphia

Potter County

  • Coudersport Historic District, Roughly bounded by Seventh, East, Water and Main Sts., Coudersport

Warren County

  • John P. Jefferson House, 119 Market St., Warren

York County

  • York Iron Company Mine, N. of Green Valley Rd. between Jefferson and Seven Valleys, North Codorus Township