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Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania
Historic House, Nature Centers, Park
565 acre nature preserve and historic, rustic Adirondack style summer estate that belonged to several Scranton industrial barons.
Scranton, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Scranton, Pennsylvania
Scranton, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Easton, Pennsylvania
Art
North East, Pennsylvania
History, Historical Society, Science, Specialized
Only ten miles from the last large locomotive builder in North America is the collection of the Lake Shore Railway Historical Society. That collection includes not only rare railroad pieces built by the men of woman of Erie, General Electric, it also includes a half a dozen unmodified Pullman railroad passneger cars, some dating back to the early twentieth century.
Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
LancasterHistory.org's mission will be to educate the public about the heritage and history of the people, places and events that shaped our region, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the United States of America. We will achieve this mission by actively collecting, preserving, interpreting and making accessible materials representing Lancaster County's past and by preserving and sharing the home, life and legacy of James Buchanan, the 15th President of the United States.
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Art
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Lansdale, Pennsylvania
History, Historical Society, Library

The Lansdale Historical Society operates from a two-building complex at 137-141 Jenkins Ave. One of the buildings - the Jenkins Homestead - is a Federalist style house that dates to 1770. The land was owned by the Jenkins family as far back as 1743. At one time the farmstead encompassed more than 120 acres - a tract larger than the Borough of Lansdale. The homestead was acquired by the borough in 1972 and has been maintained by the society since then.

Latrobe, Pennsylvania
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The Latrobe Area Historical Society of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, is dedicated to the collection, study and documentation of the Latrobe community's heritage and to the preservation of local history and its ethnic roots.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Culture, History, Historic House, Park
New Castle, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Erie, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Lebanon, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Leechburg, Pennsylvania
History, Historic House, Historical Society
The museum and historical society are located in the oldest house in Leechburg. This same house was built for David Leech, the founder of Leechburg. Visitors can tour the museum and see items from Leechburg's past.
Leesport, Pennsylvania
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