We love our history! (and you will too!) Enjoy the 3rd largest Historic District in PA!
The first photo, The Greer George Home, now known as the Lawrence County Historical Society, is a three story, rectangular plan Colonial Revival residence with a rock faced coursed limestone foundation.
The second, Meehan building, formally known as the Henderson Residence, is a two and one-half story square plan, patterned masonry Queen Anne residence has many fine architectural features – a three story tower with conical roof in the east bay, a two story bay window with conical roof at the west side and brick cladding with decorative rough cut stonecourses, quoins and window surrounds. It also has distinctive red tile roofing and tall interior chimneys with patterned masonry.
The two photos pictured are examples of what you’ll see along the tour. Follow the link below to learn a little about each home.