In the second half of 2022, 9 new properties were listed in the National Register from Pennsylvania! They include an interesting range of institutional, ecclesiastical, commercial, educational, and industrial properties across 9 counties.Continue reading
Researching the history of a building can feel like trying to do a jigsaw puzzle from a thrift store without the box. You might get most of the pieces to fit together so that you can tell the story of that place, but some are still missing, leaving gaps in the narrative.
If you’re anything like me, you might find those gaps frustrating, but they’re also opportunities to learn things you never could have imagined about a place.Continue reading
My name is Sarah Hoffeditz, and I spent the first half of this summer gaining unique experiences through my internship at the Pennsylvania State Historic Preservation Office in Harrisburg, PA.Continue reading
Are you a highly skilled historic preservationist with National Register experience? The Pennsylvania State Historic Preservation Office is seeking an Historic Preservation Supervisor to coordinate the office’s National Register of Historic Places program.Continue reading
Are you a preservation-minded Pennsylvanian interested in sharing your time and talent? Do you know someone looking for an opportunity to be a leader and make a difference? Then we want to hear from you!
The Pennsylvania State Historic Preservation Office (PA SHPO) is seeking letters of interest and resumes from potential Board candidates.Continue reading
It’s time for our six-month update to bring you the latest and greatest in new National Register of Historic Places listings!Continue reading
The nominating committee of the Pennsylvania Historic Preservation Board is seeking letters of interest and resumes from potential Board candidates.Continue reading
Its time to highlight six more properties in Pennsylvania that have been recently listed in the National Register of Historic Places!Continue reading
Pennsylvania’s communities are filled with special and meaningful historic places and spaces that add value to our lives and offer comfort and stability during these challenging times. Now more than ever, it is important to stay connected to our communities.