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.

November 6, 1979 to January 31, 1980

 

Allegheny County

  • Buhl Building, 204 5th Ave., Pittsburgh
  • Gilfillan Fann, 1950 Washington Rd., Upper St. Clair Twp.
  • Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Complex, Smithfield and Carson Sts., Pittsburgh

Berks County

  • Hendel Brothers, Sons and Company Hat Factory, 517-539 S. 5th St., Reading
  • Log House, John Hiester House and West Reading Market An­nex, S. 4th St., Reading
  • Reading Hardware Company Butt Works. 537 Willow St., Reading
  • Schaumboch’s Tavern, Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Albany Twp.

Bucks County

  • Harewood and Beechwood, Longhorne vicinity
  • Newtown Historic District, Newtown
  • Francis B. Shaw Block Historic District, Doylestown

Butler County

  • Elm Court, between Polk and Elm Sts., Butler

Centre County

  • Centre Furnace Mansion House, State College
  • Rebersburg Historic District, Rebersburg

Chester County

  • East Lancaster Avenue Historic District, Downingtown
  • Roger Hunt Mill, Race St., Downingtown
  • Lapp Log House (Hopper Log House), Chester Springs vicinity
  • Warner Theatre, 120 N. High St., West Chester

Columbia County

  • Covered Bridges of Columbia and Montour Counties

Delaware County

  • Ogden House, 520 Cedar Lane, Swarthmore

Erie County

  • John Hill House, 230 W. 6th St., Erie

Franklin County

  • Angle Farm, Welsh Run, Montgomery Twp.
  • Col. John Work House, Blue Spring Rd., Montgomery Twp.
  • Zion Reformed Church, S. Main and W. Liberty Sts., Chambers­burg

Lancaster County

  • Lancaster Historic District, Lancaster
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Rolling Stock (Collection of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania), Rt. 741, 1 mi. east of Strasburg
  • Sprenger Brewery, 125-131 E. King St.. Lancaster
  • Wright’s Ferry Mansion, 38 S. 2nd St., Columbia

Lebanon County

  • Philip Erpff House. S. Market St., Schaefferstown
  • Josiah Funck Mansion, 450 Cumberland St., Lebanon

Lehigh County

  • Lehigh Canal: Allentown to Hopeville Section
  • Linden Grove Pavilion, Linden and S. Main Sts., Upper Saucon Twp.
  • Zollinger-Harned Company Building, 605-613 Hamilton Mall, Allentown

Luzerne County

  • Ashley Planes, Hanover and Fairview Twps.

Lycoming County

  • Reading-Halls Station Bridge, 200 yds. south of Rt. 147, Muncy Twp.
  • St. James Episcopal Church, 215 S. Main St., Muncy

Montgomery County

  • Union Library Company of Hatboro, 243 S. York Rd., Hatboro

Northampton County

  • Packer Memorial Chapel, Lehigh University Campus, Bethlehem

Philadelphia County

  • Barnegat Light Ship, Pier 30 South, Philadelphia
  • Bishop Mackay-Smith House, 251 S. 22nd St., Philadelphia
  • Druim Moir Historic District. Cherokee St., Philadelphia
  • Glen Foerd at Torresdale, 5001 Grant Ave., Philadelphia
  • Francis B. McIlvain House, 1924 Arch St.. Philadelphia
  • Mask and Wig Club of the University of Pennsylvania, 310 S. Quince St., Philadelphia
  • John Stewart Development Houses, 1020-1028 Spruce St., Philadelphia
  • P.A.B. Widener Mansion, 1200 N. Broad St., Philadelphia
  • Wissahickon Inn, 500 W. Willow Grove Ave., Philadelphia

Westmoreland County

  • Plumer House, Vine and S. Water Sts., West Newton