Additions to the National Register of Historic Places

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

May 22, 1978 to August 31, 1978

 

Allegheny County

  • Frick Building and Annex, 437 Grant Street, Pittsburgh (May 22, 1978)

Bucks County

  • Red Hill Church and School, Durham Road, Ottsville (May 22, 1978)

Centre County

  • Union Church and Burial Ground, East Presqueisle Street, Philipsburg (May 23, 1978)

Columbia County

  • Catawissa Friends Meetinghouse, South Street, near corner of Third Street, Catawissa (June 9, 1978)

Delaware County

  • Old Main and the Chemistry Building, Widener College, 14th Street between Melrose Avenue and Walnut Street, Chester (May 22, 1978)
  • Radnor Friends Meetinghouse, Sproul and Conestoga Roads, Itan (August 31, 1978)

Fayette County

  • Dunlap’s Creek Bridge, Stations 40 and 42 over Dunlap’s Creek, Brownsville (July 31, 1978)

Franklin County

  • Hays Bridge Historic District, Routes 331 and 328, Montgomery Township, vicinity of Mercersburg (July 31, 1978)

Indiana County

  • Silas M. Clark House, Sixth Street and Wayne Avenue, Indiana (June 15, 1978)

Lackawanna County

  • Albright Memorial Building, North Washington Avenue at Vine Street, Scranton (May 22, 1978)
  • Dalton House, East Main Street, Dalton (May 22, 1978)
  • Dime Bank Building, Wyoming Avenue and Spruce Street, Scranton (July 14, 1978)

Lancaster County

  • Kirks Mills Historic District, Little Britain Township (July 17, 1978)
  • Marietta Historic District, bounded by Market, Front, Bridge and Waterford Streets, Marietta (July 18, 1978)

Montgomery County

  • Glencairn, 1001 Papermill Road, Bryn Athyn (August 31, 1978)
  • Loller Academy, 424 South York Road, Hatboro (August 24, 1978)
  • Poplar Lane, 1000 Boxwood Court, King of Prussia (May 22, 1978)

Philadelphia County

  • Arch Street Opera House (The Troc), 1003-1005 Arch Street, Philadelphia (June 13, 1978)
  • John C. Graham Factory and Laird, Schober & Mitchell Factory, East side of 19th Street, between Hamilton and Buttonwood Streets, Philadelphia (July 7, 1978)
  • Ringgold Place, 1900-1925 Waverly Street, Philadelphia (August 29, 1978)
  • Solomon House, 130-132 South 17th Street, Philadelphia (August 24, 1978)
  • Thirtieth Street Station (West Philadelphia Station), West River Drive, Market, 30th, and Arch Streets, Philadelphia (June 7, 1978)
  • “USS Becuna,” Penns Landing, Delaware and Spruce Streets, Philadelphia (August 29, 1978)
  • The Warwick, 1701 Locust Street, Philadelphia (August 10, 1978)

Schuylkill County

  • Cloud Home, 351 South Second Street, Pottsville (May 22, 1978)
  • John O’Hara House, 606 Mahantongo Street, Pottsville (May 22, 1978)

Snyder County

  • Governor Simon Snyder Mansion, 119-121 North Market Street, Selinsgrove (August 25, 1978)

Susquehanna County

  • Sylvanus Mulford House, 65 Church Street, Montrose (May 22, 1978)

York County

  • York Central Market, Philadelphia and Beaver Streets, York (June 9, 1978)