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By Don Morfe, November 9, 2015
The Aaronsburg Story Marker
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Aaronsburg — The Aaronsburg Story
Aaron Levy, a Jewish immigrant who founded this village in 1786, donated ground for Lutheran and Reformed congregations here and presented them with a pewter communion set. In remembrance of his generosity, 30,000 people gathered in Aaronsburg on . . . — Map (db m91035) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Andrew G. Curtin
Governor of Pennsylvania, 1861-67, was born on this site. He brought about the establishment of State Normal Schools; organized the famed Pennsylvania Reserve Corps; obtained funds for the erection of State Orphan Schools. — Map (db m65581) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Andrew Gregg Curtin 1815 - 1894
. . . — Map (db m134697) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Anna Wagner Keichline (1889 - 1943)
First woman registered as an architect by the state (1920), this Bellefonte native, inventor, Cornell grad & women's suffrage advocate designed numerous buildings, including the Plaza Theatre here. She served as Special Agent, Army Intelligence, WWI. — Map (db m19547) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Bellefonte
Laid out by James Dunlop and James Harris, 1795. Named by Talleyrand for "beautiful fountain". Early center of the iron industry. One-time home of five of Pennsylvania's governors. — Map (db m19544) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Bellefonte
Laid out by James Dunlop and James Harris, 1795. Named by Talleyrand for "beautiful fountain". Early center of the iron industry. One-time home of five of Pennsylvania's governors. — Map (db m19674) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Bellefonte Air Mail Field
The initial stop on the first scheduled west-bound air mail flight was made here by Pilot Leon D. Smith on December 18, 1918. The site for the field was chosen by pioneer aviator Max Miller and was in regular use for air mail until 1925. — Map (db m32177) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Bellefonte Governors Memorial
To honor the seven governors who at one time lived, worked, and learned in Bellefonte.

William Bigler 1813-1880 Gov. Pennsylvania 1852-1854. William F. Packer 1807-1870 Gov. Pennsylvania 1858-1860. John Bigler . . . — Map (db m76792) HM

Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Bellefonte Governors Memorial Bellefonte Bicentennial 1795-1995 —
To honor the seven governors who at one time lived, worked, and learned in Bellefonte Andrew Gregg Curtin 1815 — 1894 Gov. Pennsylvania 1861 — 1866 James A. Beaver 1837 — 1914 Gov. Pennsylvania . . . — Map (db m134705) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Bellefonte, Centre County ~ Gateway to the Lumber Heritage Region Pennsylvania Lumber Heritage Region

Welcome to Bellefonte, the county seat of Centre County and one of the "Gateways" into the Lumber Heritage Region of Pennsylvania. The history of lumbering in Centre County can be divided into four phases. The earliest lumbering operations were . . . — Map (db m134708) HM

Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Brockerhoff House
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior circa 1866 — Map (db m134696) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Centre County
Formed on Feb. 13, 1800 from Huntingdon, Mifflin, Lycoming and Northumberland counties. Named for its location in the State, and home of the Pennsylvania State University. Five governors of Pennsylvania lived in Bellefonte, county seat laid out in . . . — Map (db m19546) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Centre County Banking Co. Building
Centre County Banking Co. Building Built 1881-82 Attic story and turret added 1891 George W. Tate of Bellefonte, designer — Map (db m135733) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Centre County Courthouse
Original building erected - 1805. Columned porch added - 1835. Main building reconstructed - 1855. War monument erected - 1906. Rear addition erected - 1910. East edition erected - 1964. Courtyard renovated - 1971. — Map (db m76785) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Centre County Veterans Memorial
First Defenders—April 18, 1861, for 3 months. 2nd Reg't. PA. Vols.—April 20, for 3 months. Eagle Guards, Co. H. 4th PA. Three-Months Reg't. Cameron Guards, Co. H. 7th PA. Three-Mo's Reg't. Co. B. 10th PA. . . . — Map (db m134824) WM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Dunlop Street 1792 Tara Mazurczyk —
In 1795, much of the land now called Bellefonte was nothing but wilderness. A young man by the name of John Dunlop came here and liked the iron ore in the ground. He went back to Chambersburg, PA, where he was from, and persuaded some of the . . . — Map (db m134706) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Edward Graham House
c. 1858 Birthplace of sculptor George Grey Bernard (1863-1938) — Map (db m134700) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Gateway & Destination Locations Pennsylvania Lumber Heritage Region
Welcome to the Lumber Heritage Region of Pennsylvania, a celebration of our history, our people, and our forest. From the onset of early exploration and settlement, when the region was blanketed in virgin timber, to the days when streams and horse . . . — Map (db m134712) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — James A. "Billboard" Jackson (1878-1960)
A prominent African American journalist, as editor at Billboard magazine, Jackson promoted black theater during the 1920s Harlem Renaissance. He later fostered African American business activities for the US Dept. of Commerce. He was born and raised . . . — Map (db m91073) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — John Montgomery Ward (1860-1925)
Baseball pioneer, born in Bellefonte, grew up here. Played for Providence, N.Y. Giants, Brooklyn, 1878-94. Pitched professional baseball's 2nd perfect game, 1880. Formed first players ' union, 1885, & Players' League, 1890. In Baseball Hall of Fame. — Map (db m65582) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Joseph Ceader Residence
Built 1899 Georgian Revival style architecture — Map (db m134699) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Lucinda Hall 1873-1963
Honored by the Veterans of Centre County as a true patriot. In sunshine or rain, cold or snow, Lucinda with her flags walked to this station from Bald Eagle Valley to salute the departure of thousands of Centre Countians as they boarded the . . . — Map (db m91078) WM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Miles-Potter-Humes House
Miles-Potter-Humes House c. 1815 / restyled 1895-96 Built by Capt. Joseph Miles — Map (db m135731) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Pennsylvania Match Factory
One of the nation's leading producers of wooden matches during the first half of the 20th century; founded 1899 by Bellefonte entrepreneurs. The factory buildings opened in 1900, using the vast resources of the surrounding lumber region. By World . . . — Map (db m19588) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Philip Benner
The ironmaster's home was at Rock. Here also were the first forge, 1794, and a nail and slitting mill. A founder of Bellefonte; leader in Centre County affairs until his death in 1832 — Map (db m91075) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Reynolds Mansion
Reynolds Mansion 1885 has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m134702) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Reynolds-Lane-Hastings Mansion
Reynolds-Lane-Hastings Mansion c. 1867 / restyled c. 1890 Home of Daniel H. Hastings Governor of PA 1895-1899 — Map (db m135732) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Robert L. Dartt House
Built 1879 Prominent Bellefonte physician from 1875-1895 — Map (db m134703) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — The Cadillac Building
The Cadillac Building was built in 1916 as a car dealership. The building contained a first floor showroom, a second floor auto repair shop and a third floor office and living space. It was designed by Bellefonte architect Anna Keichline when she . . . — Map (db m134695) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — The Mills Brothers
Grandfather, William H. Mills, a local Jubilee Singer, had a barber shop here, 1871-1931. Father, John H., went to Ohio. Four sons, born there, formed first vocal group to overcome racial barriers, gaining a mass audience. Father was its bass, . . . — Map (db m19585) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — To All Who Served
We are free because they served — Map (db m134698) WM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Union Cemetery
First burial here as early as 1808. Cemetery chartered in 1856. Here lie three Governors of Pennsylvania and their wives - Andrew Gregg Curtin (1815-1894), who served 1861-67, and Katharine Wilson Curtin (1821-1903); James Addams Beaver (1837-1914), . . . — Map (db m19586) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Veterans' Bridge
Dedicated July 3, 2015 Honoring all who serve To defend and protect Our rights and freedoms — Map (db m134704) WM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Bellefonte — Woodring's Floral Gardens
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior circa 1869 — Map (db m134694) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — 103rd Engineers 28th Division
. . . — Map (db m27779) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — 103rd Medical Battalion and Regiment
103rd Medical Battalion and Regiment 28th Infantry Division — Map (db m27452) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — 107th Field Artillery 53rd Brigade - 28th Division American Expeditionary Forces —
(First Plaque):107th United States Field Artillery 53rd Brigade 28th Division American Expeditionary ForcesThis monument was erected by the Veterans Association of the 107th Field Artillery in memory of the faithful sons of Pennsylvania who . . . — Map (db m27741) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — 108th Field Artillery
(Front):World War I Champagne Oise-Aisne Lorraine Meuse-Argonne Ypres-Lys World War II Normandy Northern France Ardennes Rhineland Central Europe (Back):Organized Dec. 11, 1840 1st Vol. Inf., 102nd of the line 2nd Infantry, Nov. 30, . . . — Map (db m27422) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — 108th Machine Gun Battalion
1918 108th Machine Gun Battalion Chapagne Marne Aisne Marne Oise Aisne Meuse Argone — Map (db m27453) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — 109th Infantry Regiment Twenty-Eighth Division
(Front):109th United States Infantry Twenty-Eighth Division "They Preserved the Nation" Service in World War I Champagne-Marne Champagne Aisne-Marne Oise-Aisne Lorraine Meuse-Argonne Service in World War II Normandy Ardennes Northern . . . — Map (db m27751) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — 109th Machine Gun Battalion
(Front):One Hundred Ninth Machine Gun Battalion Twenty Eight Division Hq Co. Allentown A Co. Lancaster B Co. Columbia C Co. Allentown D Co. Lebanon Major John W. Foos, commander They belong to history Killed in Action Lieutenants . . . — Map (db m27455) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — 110th Infantry Regiment
110th Infantry Twenty-eighth Division — Map (db m27528) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — 111th Infantry Regiment
(Front):In remembrance of those members of this Regiment who lost their lives defending their country's honor fighting against tyranny and for justice and liberty of all nations, the weak as well as the mighty 111th Infantry 1917 - 6th PNG - . . . — Map (db m27436) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — 112th Infantry Regiment Twenty-Eighth Division
(Front):112th Infantry Twenty Eighth Division Forever Honored Forever Mourned For God and Country (Back):Dedicated to the honor of the men who served in this regiment Civil War Spanish American War Mexican Border Service World War I . . . — Map (db m27327) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — 112th Machine Gun Company
(Front):In Memoriam to the men who served in the 112th Machine Gun Co. 28th Division 1917 - 1919 (Back):112th Machine Gun Co. Campaigns Dates - 1918 Champagne June 28 - July 14 Champagne-Marne July 15-July 18 Aisne-Marne July 19 - Aug. . . . — Map (db m27308) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — 28th Division Shrine
Dedicated to heroic dead of Pennsylvania's famed 28th in two world wars. The Division was created Sept., 1917. The Shrine was founded by Col. Theodore Boal and made a State memorial in 1932 — Map (db m19339) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — 28th Signal Battalion
Dedicated to the honor and the men and women of the 28th Signal Battalion and the lineage organizations 103rd Field Signal Battalion 28th Signal Company They have proudly served since 1908 demonstrating skills as soldiers and communicators during . . . — Map (db m27755) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — Coshocton Train Wreck 109th Field Artillery
(Lower Plaque)In loving memory of the 33 men of the 109th Field Artillery killed in the train wreck Sept. 11, 1950 in Coshocton, Ohio (Upper Plaque Listing Names): Capt. Arthur J. Thomas Warrant Officers Wm. M. Wellington - . . . — Map (db m27777) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — Headquarters Troop 28th Division
Home Station, Sunbury, Pa. Memorial to the men who served with this organization and to those who gave their lives while in service during the First World War — Map (db m27304) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — Honoring the 28th
In 1919, the Boal Troop dedicated a monument to their fallen comrades, elsewhere on Col. Boal's estate. In the 1920s, other units of the 28th Infantry Division erected memorials in this area and began referring to it as the "Shrine." By 1971, most . . . — Map (db m27456) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — M114A2 Towed 155mm Howitzer Pennsylvania Military Museum
The M114A2 howitzer, introduced in 1942 as the M1, served in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam with the Army and Marine Corps. It also served with the National Guard into the 1980s. Its 11-man crew could fire forty rounds per hour, lobbing each . . . — Map (db m20350) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — M4A1(76)W General Sherman Tank Pennsylvania Military Museum
Nearly 50,000 M4 Sherman tanks saw service in all theaters of World War II and in Korea. They served as the main battle tank of the United States Army and Marine Corps. Pennsylvania foundries in Coraopolis, Eddystone, Lebanon, Sharon, Bernham, and . . . — Map (db m20310) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — M59 Armored Personnel Carrier Pennsylvania Military Museum
Open topped half-track personnel carriers in use during World War II did not adequately protect occupants from small arms fire and shrapnel. The U.S. Army developed APCs, or armored personnel carriers, to solve the problem. These sturdy vehicles . . . — Map (db m20246) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — M60A3 Tank Pennsylvania Military Museum
No tank performed longer than the M60 series. First introduced in 1961, the M60 series, with its advanced weapon control and mighty engine, served under the administrations of nine U.S. Presidents. The brawny tank's thick armor eventually shielded . . . — Map (db m20427) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — Ordnance QF, 4.5-inch Howitzer Mark II Pennsylvania Military Museum
British commanders who has fought in the Boer War in South Africa, 1899 to 1903, were impressed with the success of the enemy's howitzers. After five years, the British army approved its own new howitzer. The 4.5-inch howitzers remained in service . . . — Map (db m20208) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — The 28th Division Infantry
This place of remembrance honors 28th Division veterans of World Wars I and II. The grounds of the Shrine and the park surrounding it once belonged to the estate of Colonel Theodore Davis Boal (1867-1938). Convinced that the United States would . . . — Map (db m27752) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — The Boal Troop
The Boal Troop was accepted as a provisional unit of the Pennsylvania National Guard, the Machine Gun Troop of the 1st Pennsylvania Cavalry. The troop first served in Texas, protecting the boarder against possible Mexican aggression In April 1917, . . . — Map (db m27754) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — The Pennsylvania Military Museum / 28th Infantry Division Shrine
(Left Wing): The Pennsylvania Military Museum The Pennsylvania Military Museum honors the Commonwealth's military men and women past and present. It preserves the history of their significant service to the state and the nation through . . . — Map (db m27776) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Boalsburg — Twin 40mm Self-propelled Gun, M42A1 Duster Pennsylvania Military Museum
By the time the M42 "Duster" anti-aircraft weapon system was deployed in 1953, the Soviet Union had developed high-speed aircraft that were too fast for the Duster to track. The Duster, however, found its role in the dense jungles of Vietnam. Its . . . — Map (db m27813) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Centre Hall — Potter's Fort
Built 1777 by Gen. James Potter. A stockaded fort refuge for the settlers of the valley region. The site is on the nearby rise. — Map (db m19542) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Gregg — Penn's Cave Hotel 1885
Penn's Cave Hotel 1885 Constructed by Daniel F. Luse of Centre Hall for Jesse and Samuel Long. The structure is classified on the National Register of Historic Places as "a fine example of late nineteenth century rural . . . — Map (db m122687) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Gregg — The Legend of Penn's Cave
The Legend of Penn's Cave, as told by Isaac Steele, an aged Seneca Indian, in 1892. In the early eighteenth century, long before settlements reached west of Sudbury, PA, a young Frenchman from Lancaster County, Malachi Boyer, set out to explore . . . — Map (db m122700) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Howard — Great Shamokin Path
The Indian highway from Shamokin, now Sunbury, to Kittanning, left the Bald Eagle Valley to follow Marsh Creek and Little Marsh Creek. It crossed the Allegheny Mt. by way of Snow Shoe and Moshannon. — Map (db m65597) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Howard — Warriors Path
Paths from all parts of the Six Nations country converged at Great Island. Thence the Warriors Path ran up this valley to Bald Eagle''s Nest, now Milesburg; then on south toward the Carolinas. — Map (db m65602) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Howard — William F. Packer
The newspaper editor and publisher, and Governor of the Commonwealth, 1858-61, was born April 2, 1807, in a house which stood nearby. He died, 1870, in Williamsport and is chiefly remembered for his interest in improved transportation facilities. — Map (db m65603) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Lemont — John I. Thompson Grain Elevator and Coal Sheds
Erected in 1885 for his son John by Lemont founder Moses Thompson, this complex was a hub of trade for Centre County. Grain was exported and coal imported on the Belle- fonte, Nittany, & Lemont Railroad, later part of the Pennsylvania Railroad, . . . — Map (db m65598) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Miles — On This Spot was Mustered
On This Spot was Mustered Co.A. 148th Regt. P.V.I. Aug 25th 1862. Original Company Captain. Forester, Robert H. First Lieutenants Bierly, Wesley W.; Spangler, Simon M.; Wolf, Simon S. Second Lieutenants Burkert, Erastus J.; Jones, Jared . . . — Map (db m122637) HM WM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Milesburg — Bald Eagle's Nest
A Delaware Indian village named for a noted Munsee chief Woapalanne or "Bald Eagle." Located at union of Spring and Bald Eagle Creeks. From here raids on the frontier were made in Revolutionary days. — Map (db m65587) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Milesburg — Eagle Ironworks
At nearby Curtin, making iron was begun about 1810 by Roland Curtin. The last old-style furnace in the U.S. was in blast here and ceased operation in 1922. — Map (db m65594) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Pennsylvania Furnace — Pennsylvania Furnace
The remaining buildings here were part of the iron works established about 1810. Operating first as a charcoal iron manufactory, the furnace later used coke. Iron was made here as late as 1888. — Map (db m91028) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Pennsylvania Furnace — Spruce Creek Church
Present church built in 1858 by a Presbyterian congregation organized in 1798. Their first house of worship, a log church built in 1805, was within old Graysville Cemetery, on the hilltop opposite. — Map (db m91029) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Philipsburg — Halehurst
An Englishman's country estate known previously as Moshannon Hall, built in 1813 by Hardman Philips, brother of Henry Philipsburg's founder in 1797. The house includes 25 rooms and 13 fireplaces. — Map (db m60121) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Philipsburg — Kyler Homestead
Located in the 1796 State Road that followed the Indian Path; Conrad Kyler settled here in 1803. Abe Kyler occupied the log house c. 1820 until he sold to Ed Perks. The adjacent Kyler burial ground (Perks Cemetery) has the oldest marked graves in . . . — Map (db m116907) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Philipsburg — Philipsburg
"In 1797, to a wilderness of trees 150 feet tall. Clear streams, wild beasts, and friendly Cornplanter Indians, came 12 families who accepted Henry Philips' offer of free land. Here they built Mashannon Town, now Philipsburg. — Map (db m60122) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Philipsburg — Plumbe Forge
About six-tenths mile north are the remains of the forge built by Dr. John Plumbe in 1828. Here, "blooms" were made from pig iron carried from the Bald Eagle Valley by mule. Costs of hauling products to the Pennsylvania Canal caused the forge to . . . — Map (db m65599) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Philipsburg — Union Church
Built of logs in 1820 by Philipsburg pioneers to serve as school and place of worship for all faiths. Remodeled in 1842, church is outstanding example of simplified American Gothic architecture. — Map (db m60120) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Port Matilda — Juniata Iron
Along the streams of this region are ruins of many charcoal iron furnaces and forges built between 1790-1850. Juniata iron was the best in America. Its reign ended with the rise of coal and coke iron making. — Map (db m74241) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Port Matilda — Port Matilda Cemetery Circa 1800
The Presbyterian Church was on this site from 1859 to 2007 and the earliest cemetery was referred to as the Presbyterian Cemetery. Ground was donated to expand by Peter Bubb Woodring in 1946 and Charles Zendt in 1985. Frances Hoover and others . . . — Map (db m134782) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Port Matilda — Port Matilda Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to Veterans from Port Matilda area who served in the Armed Forces during war and peace time. — Map (db m134781) WM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), Port Matilda — Scotia
Two miles southwest of here, an iron center called Scotia was established by Andrew Carnegie in 1881. Here houses were erected, a railroad built, and machinery set up. Some physical traces of the center have remained. — Map (db m65600) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — "Lincoln Hall" State College Historic Site
This circa 1910 structure was a rooming house for African American male students at the Pennsylvania State College from the late 1930s to the early 1950s. Known as Lincoln Hall, it was the center for black life at that time The six- to . . . — Map (db m135647) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Ag Experiment Station
Ag Experiment Station was housed here beginning in 1889. Following passage of the Hatch Act, which made ongoing federal funds available for the first time. To support agriculture research at universities. Scientific studies here and at other . . . — Map (db m134716) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Ag Hill
Ag Hill became the center of agricultural research and instruction at Penn State in the 1800s with the founding of the Experiment Station, followed over the next 25 years by three nearby buildings and the Armsby Calorimeter. With its . . . — Map (db m134718) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — American Elms
Lining the mall are part of an early campus landscaping plan that called for trees and other plantings to be used as an arboretum for teaching and research purposes. While age and disease have taken their toll, Penn State still has one of the . . . — Map (db m135739) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — American Literature
With the arrival in 1894 of Fred Lewis Pattee, for whom Pattee Library is named, Penn State became one of the earliest centers for American Literature Studies—at the time a controversial departure from English Literature. A pioneering scholar . . . — Map (db m134775) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Armory
Near this site from 1982 to 1964 stood the Armory which symbolized Penn State's Land-Grant Act commitment to offer military training as part of the nation's tradition of the citizen-soldier. Before World War I, participation in the Cadet Corps was . . . — Map (db m134751) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Atmospheric Research
Renowned meteorologist Hans Panofsky conducted fundamental work at Penn State (1952-82) that led to a new understanding of atmospheric turbulence, air pollution, ozone depletion, and planetary the first to apply computer analysis to weather . . . — Map (db m135634) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Atoms for Peace
Penn State in 1955 became the first university licensed by the Atomic Energy Commission to operate a nuclear reactor as part of U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower's "Atoms for Peace" program. Named for Wm. Breazeale, Penn State's first Professor of . . . — Map (db m135648) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Breon-Stover Building State College Historic Site
Replacing a burned structure, this Spanish Colonial Revival building was erected in 1926 as the new home of the Penn State Photo Shop. Three generations snapped and processed photos here into the 1970s. From the early 1900s, W.W. Smith had . . . — Map (db m134737) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Brill Hall Julia Gregg Brill '21, 1891-1985 Penn State —
Professor of English. First woman in her dept (1924), first woman elected to Penn State Alumni Council (1930), friend and counselor to students. — Map (db m134736) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Calorimeter
Designed and first operated in 1902 by pioneer animal nutritionist Henry Armsby. The calorimeter was housed in this specially constructed building and monitored an animal's metabolism to determine the net energy value of food-the portion of food . . . — Map (db m134719) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Campus View Apartments/Schlow Building
The Schlow Building, designed by State College architect P. Boyd Kapp, was built in 1925 as the 12-unit Campus View Apartments. (This photograph shows the brand-new building.) It was the first State College apartment building with a sprinkler . . . — Map (db m134741) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Carnegie Building
Completed in 1904 with a gift from Penn State trustee and industrialist Andrew Carnegie, it was the university's first library building. It typefies more than 2,000 college and community libraries built with donations from Carnegie. — Map (db m134773) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Centre Furnace
Here Colonels John Patton and Samuel Miles operated the first charcoal iron furnace in the region, 1792-1809. Present stack used 1825-1858. In this era Centre County led in the making of Juniata iron. — Map (db m52431) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Centre Furnace Mansion
Welcome to Centre Furnace Mansion - birthplace of Penn State University and home of Centre County Historical Society. — Map (db m77055) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Chace Hall Edith Pitt Chase Penn State —
As Director of the Home Economics Department (1919-1938), Chace oversaw the establishment of a home economics curriculum, transition of the department to the School of Education, and development of a home economics graduate course of study. — Map (db m135738) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Continuing Education
In 1935, under J. Orvis Keller, Penn State centralized its correspondence and evening courses, technical institutes, and most other continuing education offerings. Creating a model adopted by other universities, successors E.L. Keller and Floyd . . . — Map (db m134780) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Cooper Hall Anna M. Cooper Penn State —
From 1879 to 1882, Anna M. Cooper, lady principal for the Pennsylvania State College, taught courses in Domestic Economy, including Sewing, Starching and Ironing, Needlework, and House Decoration. In 1907 Penn State created a formal Department of . . . — Map (db m134729) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Curry Hall Haskell Curry, 1900-82 Penn State —
Professor of Mathematics. His development of combinatory logic found significant applications in computer programming language. — Map (db m134735) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Dale Building State College Historic Site
In 1914, State College architect-builder C.E. Henry erected this four-apartment and commercial building for Peter Hoffer Dale, M.D. During its first 40 years, the Dale Building was a place to buy groceries—one of State College's several small, . . . — Map (db m135623) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Diesel Engineering
Near this site, Professor Paul Schweitzer in 1923 began one of the first systematic research programs in diesel engineering to be undertaken in the U.S. He was joined by K.J. Dejuhasz, and their discoveries over the next 30 years in such fields as . . . — Map (db m134747) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Driver Education
Prof. of Industrial Engineering Amos Neyhart taught America's first classes for Driver Education teachers near this site in 1936, three years after he began the nation's first driver education course at State College High School. He became an . . . — Map (db m135633) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Evan Pugh
Penn State's first president (1859-64) was a national advocate of adding science, agriculture, & engineering to traditional collegiate studies. Penn State emerged as one of three agricultural college in the U.S. Before the 1862 Morrill Land-Grant . . . — Map (db m134752) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Faculty Cottages
Pine (1888) and Spruce (1889) Cottages are reminders of an earlier era in Penn State's history, when a fledgling institution offered on-campus residences as part of faculty compensation, and when students and teachers mingled in a family-like . . . — Map (db m134723) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — First Ag Degrees
Penn State was the first U.S. university to award Baccalaureate (1861) and Graduate (1863) degrees in agriculture. This pioneering effort to formalize higher education in agriculture helped the agricultural sciences to become an accepted and vital . . . — Map (db m65595) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Haller Hall Barbara S. Haller Penn State —
Active on campus and in her community, Haller was an honorary member of Chi Omega sorority, and an advisor to the Panhellenic Council and Penn State chapter of Mortar Board. She was a leader in registering State College for their first vote in 1920. — Map (db m134726) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Harris Hall Dorothy Harris, 1923-91 Penn State —
Professor of Exercise and Sport Psychology. Early advocate of women in sport, developed pioneering graduate program in sport psychology. — Map (db m134734) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Heart-Assist Pump
Developed by faculty here in the College of Engineering and in the College of Medicine in 1976 to prolong the lives of cardiovascular patients. It pioneered applications of fluid mechanics and was the first surgically implantable, seam-free . . . — Map (db m135627) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Hibbs Hall Cordelia Laugheed Hibbs Penn State —
Cordelia Hibbs came to Penn State College in 1946 and served as a housing assistant for women students. She was the housemother for Delta Gamma sorority and an advisor to Mortar Board. Hibbs was a member of the Great Meadows Chapter of the Daughters . . . — Map (db m134728) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Hospitality Management
Established in 1937, Penn State's School of Hospitality Management is one of the nation's oldest and most respected. Its top-ranked undergraduate and doctoral programs prepare global leaders with a rigorous, diverse curriculum focused, since its . . . — Map (db m134777) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Hotel State College State College Historic Site
For more than a century, the Hotel State College was the first stopping place for new arrivals to State College. The hotel's history began around 1857 with construction by State College's first resident, Benard McClain of Bellefonte, of a frame . . . — Map (db m134743) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Hoyt Hall Jane W. Hoyt Penn State —
The Pennsylvania State College first admitted women undergraduates in 1871, and Jane W. Hoyt served as the first preceptress and Dean of Women from 1872 until 1874. She was also an instructor in German and French. At that time, Penn State was one of . . . — Map (db m134730) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Indian Leadership
Penn State's American Indian Leadership Program, established in 1970, is the oldest and most successful of its kind. It was among the first graduate fellowship programs anywhere to offer Native Americans formal opportunities to strengthen their . . . — Map (db m134776) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Industry Research
On this site, at the Petroleum Refining Lab, chemists conducted the university's first major industry-sponsored research beginning in 1929. They improved the refining process of crude oil and pioneered in identifying its components. The lab was . . . — Map (db m134746) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Ionospheric Research
In 1963 faculty and students in the Electrical Engineering Dept's Ionosphere Research Lab developed a Radio Wave Cross-Modulation Facility consisting of a high-power transmitter and antenna beamed to the ionosphere. It furthered our understanding of . . . — Map (db m135642) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Irvin Hall Erected 1925 Named in honor of James Irvin —
Prominent in locating the college in Centre County Donor of land upon which the first college buildings were erected — Map (db m135745) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Jordan Soil Plots
Jordan Soil Plots were a pioneer effort to determine long-term effects of fertilizers on soil and crops. 144 plots, between today's Curtin Road and College Avenue, were established in 1882 by Professor Whitman H. Jordan. Some remained under . . . — Map (db m134715) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Labor Education
Penn State was among the first U.S. universities to establish an academic program focusing on Labor in American society and offer Labor Studies courses for college credit. Founded in 1942 as an outreach effort to help union leaders learn their . . . — Map (db m134779) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Lyman Kipp Wink, 1980 Painted aluminum —
Sculptor Lyman Kipp was an artist-in-residence at Penn State's School of Visual Arts in the spring of 1980. His abstract metal sculptures are indebted to the mid-20th-century Constructivist tradition of welding or bolting together simple geographic . . . — Map (db m135744) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Lyons Hall Dr. Hannah M. Lyons Penn State —
Hanna M. Lyons is noted for her significant contributions to Penn State at a time when it was a predominantly male college. She was appointed by Governor Gifford Pinchot to the Board of Trustees in 1932, and served on the Committee on Student and . . . — Map (db m135734) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Management Education
Established in 1915 as one of the nation's first continuing education programs for business and industry. These programs, an outgrowth of Engineering Extension, boosted Pennsylvania's economy by tailoring instruction to thousands of clients . . . — Map (db m134778) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — McKee Hall Erected in 1949-1950 Named in honor of James Y. McKee —
Vice-President of the College (1868-91), Acting President four times, Secretary of the Board of Trustees 1868-69, member of Executive Committee 1874-92, Professor of Greek Languages and Literature. — Map (db m135639) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Memorial Field State College Historic Site
Heeding calls for a "public playground," the State College School Board bought this natural amphitheater, known as "the sink hole," in 1914. It was foreseen as one of Pennsylvania's "most modern playgrounds," one of its "most outstanding high school . . . — Map (db m135618) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Miller Hall E. Willard Miller, 1915-2002 Penn State —
Professor of Geography. Widely recognized for work in economic and Pennsylvania geography. Helped to lead his dept to world-class rank. — Map (db m135736) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Moses Thompson
Partner in Centre Furnace with James Irvin and instrumental in the selection of the site for the establishment of Penn State on furnace company land. Thompson resided here at the mansion for 49 years and hosted many trustee meetings and college . . . — Map (db m52433) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Mushroom Science
In the 1920s, Penn State became the first land-grant college to initiate a comprehensive mushroom research program. Led by internationally recognized scientists & supported by the mushroom industry. The program developed improved composts and . . . — Map (db m134722) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Nelson Hall G. Kenneth Nelson, 1922-95 Penn State —
Professor of Accounting and Head of department. An exceptionally popular award-winning teacher. pioneered the use of television as a teaching tool. — Map (db m134733) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Nittany Lion Shrine
What's a Nittany? The word Nittany is derived from the Algonquian word Nit-A-Nee meaning "single mountain." The original inhabitants of the area used Nit-A-Nee to describe the mountain, and it likely became corrupted to Nittany by the first . . . — Map (db m77539) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Oak Cottage
Built in 1857 on this site, was the first permanent building on campus initially occupied by Farm Foreman John Herman and family. It was later used as a residence by such illustrious faculty as James McKee, Whitman Jordan, and John Price Jackson. . . . — Map (db m134759) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Old Botany
Built in 1887, the oldest campus building whose exterior has not been significantly altered. Designed in a "Richardsonian Romanesque" style, it had greenhouses attached and a formal garden in front and was long a center for Botanical Studies. — Map (db m134756) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Old Engineering
Opened in 1892, this 50,000 sq.ft. structure housed Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, and Mining Engineering. Designed by Fred L. Olds in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, it was the architectural capstone of the campus and symbolized Penn State's . . . — Map (db m134744) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Old Main
Built in 1930, using limestone blocks from the first Old Main, completed on this site in 1863. The original building housed classrooms, offices, laboratories, and student and faculty living quarters. It also served as does its successor as Penn . . . — Map (db m134754) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Old Main Bell
Cast in 1871 by the Boston foundry of William Blake & Co., this 1,200 lb. bronze bell hung in the original Old Main until 1929, regulating the ebb and flow of campus life. Placed in the rebuilt Old Main in 1930, it fell silent with the installation . . . — Map (db m134753) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Old Willow
For decades Freshmen bowed to this landmark as Penn State's oldest living tradition. Planted near this site by William Waring in 1859, it fell in 1923 and has been replaced several times by descendants of the original. Legend claims the tree grew . . . — Map (db m135742) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Panofsky Hall Hans Panofsky, 1917-88 Penn State —
Professor of Meteorology. Renowned for atmospheric research and as a teacher. Led the way in applying computer analysis to weather forecasting. — Map (db m134731) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Pattee Mall American Elms Ulmus americana Penn State Heritage Trees and Groves —
The oldest elms in this grove were planted in the 1890s to replace the original elms and maples that lined this section of North Allen Street before it was converted to a pedestrian mall, now known as Pattee Mall. With their towering canopies and . . . — Map (db m135740) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Penn State Obelisk
Containing 281 stones arranged in natural geologic order, this monument was erected in 1895 under supervision of professors T.C. Hopkins and M.C. Ihlseng, School of Mines, the Pennsylvania State College, to demonstrate weathering properties and . . . — Map (db m134750) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — PENNSTAC
The first fully functional electronic digital computer built by Penn State and among the first to be constructed on any college campus. Assembled 1953-55 by the Department of Electrical Engineering from parts donated by private industry, it proved . . . — Map (db m135632) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Postwar Authors
Joseph Heller & his famous novel, "Catch-22," germinated during his faculty tenure at Penn State in the early 1950s. Pulitzer prize-winning poet Theodore Roethke wrote his first book, "Open House," during his seven years of teaching at the . . . — Map (db m134772) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — President Atherton
Buried here, headed Penn State from 1882 to 1906 and brought it back from the brink of ruin. He drafted and championed the Hatch Act of 1887 and Morrill Act of 1890, establishing federal aid to higher education, and served as first president of the . . . — Map (db m134758) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Public Speaking
Penn State has led in the study and practice of Public Speaking since John Henry Frizzell founded the Speech Department in 1935. Robert Oliver later built a nationally renowned graduate program in Rhetoric and Communication while publishing landmark . . . — Map (db m135640) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Pure Food Laws
Pennsylvania's first pure food laws founded on the work of Penn State chemist William Frear (1860-1922), whose pioneer analyses of foods enabled the state to enforce truth-in-labeling laws. Frear also helped organize the first National Pure Food . . . — Map (db m134720) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — R Values
Standardized measures of resistance to heat transfer, were first proposed in 1945 by Everett Shuman, who, as Director of Penn State's Building Research Institute, continued to promote their adoption. R Values were later widely applied to industrial . . . — Map (db m135625) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Schwab Auditorium
The first campus building to be financed by a private gift. Bethlehem Steel Corp. founder Charles M. Schwab, a member of the university's Board of Trustees, gave $150,000 to build the Beaux-Arts structure, which was completed in 1903. — Map (db m134755) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Science, Technology and Society
In 1969-70, leading faculty from the Colleges of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Engineering, Liberal Arts, and Science founded the nation's first interdisciplinary program in Science, Technology, and Society. Its integrative courses addressing critical . . . — Map (db m134757) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — State College High School State College Historic Site
When this school opened September 1, 1914, on Frazier (later spelled "Fraser") Street, high school students were finally in their own building. All grades previously occupied the Frazier Street School at Highland Alley. As enrollment here increased . . . — Map (db m135620) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Stephens Hall Anna Stephens Penn State —
Anna Stephens became a staff physician at Penn State College in 1941. She was a member of the Centre Medical Society, the Penn State Medical Society, and the American Medical Society. Stephens also worked with the American Diabetes Association and . . . — Map (db m135735) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Student Broadcasting
Penn State has been a leader in broadcasting college radio since the class gift of 1912 enabled early national experiments. By 1923, WPSC students were among the first college broadcasters in the nation. Since then, students have learned the craft . . . — Map (db m134774) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Student Section The Greatest Show in College Football
With its team in a rare slump, 20,000 students wore white as a show of strength when their Nittany Lions played Purdue on October 9, 2004. The unified student section began a transformation of the game day atmosphere into a force that affected . . . — Map (db m135653) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — The Alpha Chi Chapter of Sigma Chi
The Alpha Chi Chapter of Sigma Chi at Penn State University was founded on May 27, 1891, and is the third oldest fraternity at Penn State. The Chapter's first house was on South Allen Street (1891-1905). In 1906, the construction of the . . . — Map (db m135636) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — The Bent of Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society
Dedicated by The Pennsylvania Beta Chapter on the Chapter's 50th Anniversary May 5, 1962 In tribute to Dean Earl B. Stavely Chapter Advisor (1916-1959) [Additional plaque on the left side of the memorial] . . . — Map (db m135629) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — The College Avenue Fountain
In 1907, the fountain at the left in the photograph was donated to the town by the Woman's Literary Club, later known as The State College Woman's Club, at a cost of $152.60. The fountain was to be of the latest design and would provide troughs for . . . — Map (db m135621) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — The Daily Collegian
Is one of the nation's oldest college daily newspapers. A precursor, the Free Lance, published monthly beginning in 1887, was succeeded in 1904 by the State Collegian, a weekly, and the semi-weekly Penn State Collegian appeared in 1940. An . . . — Map (db m135641) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — The Foster/Gentzel Building State College Historic Site
Built in 1894, the Foster Building—which later became the Gentzel Building—was State College's first apartment building. It is credited as the first property to convert from a wooden to a concrete sidewalk. The store space made history, . . . — Map (db m134739) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — The State Theatre State College Historic Site
A movie house for more than 60 years. The State Theatre opened in 1938 with The Sisters, starring Errol Flynn and Bette Davis. "Warner Bros. announces with pride the opening of Central Pennsylvania's newest and finest theatre," read a . . . — Map (db m134749) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — USS Pennsylvania
The Battleship USS Pennsylvania (BB-38), was commissioned in 1916 as the second ship named after the state and quickly became the flagship of the U.S. Atlantic fleet. With a displacement of 32,600 tons, a length of 608 feet, a beam of . . . — Map (db m135651) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Wake Turbulence
In 1965, Penn State Aerospace Engineer Barnes W. McCormick led a research team that made the first measurements of the detail of wake turbulence behind a full-scale airplane. These measurements, using aircraft flown at University Park Airport, were . . . — Map (db m135631) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Walnut Building
A war-surplus structure relocated from Lebanon, PA., in 1947 to serve as a temporary student union building. It later became Penn State's first center for minority-student social and cultural life. As the Black Cultural Center and later the Paul . . . — Map (db m134724) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Waring European Larch Larix dicidua Penn State Heritage Trees and Groves —
In 1860, just five years after the founding of the Farmers' High School and a year after the first class was offered, this tree was planted by William G. Waring, professor of horticulture. Native to northern and central Europe, the European . . . — Map (db m135743) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — Water Tunnel
Was the world's largest when built in cooperation with the Navy in 1949. Designed to test properties of torpedoes, submarine hulls, propellers, & other underwater shapes by driving water through a central test section, it also had peacetime . . . — Map (db m135638) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), State College — We Are Penn State The Class of 2013 and Fred Lewis Pattee ...nourishing college spirit and loyalty —
From a thunderous chant at a sporting event to a personal greeting on a street in foreign land, We are... Penn State is recognized as a reflection of the pride, spirit and loyalty of past, present and future Penn Staters. The We Are . . . — Map (db m135650) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), University Park — Artificial Insemination
Used for improved livestock breeding, was made feasible for dairy cattle by the work of Prof. John Almquist, who, beginning in 1944 in Borland Lab, perfected the use of antibiotics to preserve semen and developed commercial methods of using it. His . . . — Map (db m65583) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), University Park — Big Ten
On June 4, 1990, the Big Ten Conference admitted Penn State as its eleventh member. Established in 1895 as one of the nation's first intercollegiate athletic organizations, the conference instituted a blueprint for the control and administration of . . . — Map (db m65589) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), University Park — Champions for Equality
Demonstrating that sport can be a powerful force for social change, Penn State led the way in breaking the color barrier in intercollegiate football in the south. By the players' own decision, the team refused an offer to play a segregated deep . . . — Map (db m65590) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), University Park — Correspondence Courses
In 1892, under the direction of Prof. Henry Waters, Penn State became the first American institution of higher education to offer correspondence courses in agriculture. The goal was to make scientific studies available to those persons unable to . . . — Map (db m65592) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), University Park — Martin Luther King Jr.
On Jan. 21, 1965, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke to a crowd of 8,000 in Rec Hall as part of his efforts to draw national attention to the need for voting rights reforms that would prevent discrimination against African Americans. Dr. King's . . . — Map (db m65596) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), University Park — The Pennsylvania State University
Chartered as an agricultural college in 1855. Located on land donated by James Irvin, the school admitted its first class in 1859 to study the application of science to farming. Designated the state''s only land-grant institution in 1863. Penn State . . . — Map (db m65601) HM
Pennsylvania (Centre County), University Park, State College — The Creamery
In 1892 offered America's first collegiate instruction in ice cream manufacture. A program that has helped to make Penn State an international center for research in frozen confections. The original Creamery Bldg (1889) housed the nation's earliest . . . — Map (db m77054) HM

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