This blog post is a continuation of my desire to share with you information and photographs of Warren, PA — my adopted home. You may read my first installment, which was written in May 2009, by clicking here.
The Warren Historic District, which includes a wide variety of architectural styles, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In December 2005, using the “Warren Historic District Walking Tour” brochure that we obtained from the Warren County Historical Society, Bob and I took a stroll through Warren’s Historic District.
the Noyes-Donaldson House 216 Fourth Avenue Greek Revival Style (1843)
Warren County Historical Society 210 Fourth Avenue Second Empire Style (1873)
Warren County Courthouse 204 Market Street Second Empire Style (1876)
The Mansion House 215 Fourth Avenue Greek Revival Style (1833)
Siggins-Smith House 315 Liberty Street Eclectic Style (1907)
Brown-Citro House 318 Liberty Street Second Empire Style (1868)
Jackson-Sill House 224 Liberty Street Greek Revival Style (c. 1830)
Struthers Library Theater 302 Third Avenue Second Empire Style (1883)
Falconer-Smith-Borger House 301 Market Street Italianate Style (1866)
Scofield House 307 Market Street Tudor Style (1890)
Jamieson House 311 Market Street Second Empire Style (1875)
Mead-Shear House 312 Market Street Italianate Style (1868)
It has been 5 years since these photographs were taken. One day I would like to go on another stroll through Warren’s historic district. Perhaps I’ll take the stroll one day in the Spring, Summer or Fall. Anyone care to join me?