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Buildings of Gettysburg

This section contains various photos of buildings in the Gettysburg, PA area.

There are three groups of photos as follows:

Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg

Schmucker House-built in 1833. On West Confederate Avenue.
Schmucker House-built in 1833
On West Confederate Avenue
Singmaster House-built in 1901. On West Confederate Avenue.
Singmaster House-built in 1901
On West Confederate Avenue
The Richard House On Springs Avenue.
The Richard House On Springs Avenue
Wolfe House-built in 1875. On Springs Avenue.
Wolfe House-built in 1875
On Springs Avenue
Valentine Hall-built in 1894. On West Confedrate Avenue.
Valentine Hall-built in 1894
On West Confedrate Avenue
Schmucker Hall-built in 1831-1832. On West Confederate Avenue.
Schmucker Hall-built in 1831-1832
On West Confederate Avenue
The Refectory(Dining Hall). Built in 1910. On West Confederate Avenue.
The Refectory(Dining Hall)
Built in 1910. On West Confederate Avenue
Church of the Abiding Presence. On West Confedrate Avenue.
Church of the Abiding Presence
On West Confedrate Avenue
Krauth House-built in 1834. On West Confederate Avenue.
Krauth House-built in 1834
On West Confederate Avenue
Lewars House-built in 1925. On West Confederate Avenue.
Lewars House-built in 1925
On West Confederate Avenue

Gettysburg College

Gettysburg College President's Home, on W. Broadway St.
Gettysburg College President's Home,
on W. Broadway St.
Gettysburg College: Weidensall Hall, built in 1922.
Gettysburg College: Weidensall Hall,
built in 1922
Gettysburg College: Norris-Wachob Alumni House, built in 1860.
Gettysburg College: Norris-Wachob Alumni House,
built in 1860
Gettysburg College: Musselman Library
Gettysburg College: Musselman Library
Gettysburg College: Gladfelter Lodge
Gettysburg College: Gladfelter Lodge
Gettysburg College: Gladfelter Hall, built in 1889.
Gettysburg College: Gladfelter Hall,
built in 1889
Gettysburg College: Miller Hall, built in 1882.
Gettysburg College: Miller Hall,
built in 1882
Gettysburg College: Brua Hall
Gettysburg College: Brua Hall
Gettysburg College: McKnight Hall, built in 1898.
Gettysburg College: McKnight Hall,
built in 1898.
Gettysburg College: Eisenhower House/Admisssions House.  Ike wrote his memoirs here.
Gettysburg College:
Eisenhower House/Admisssions House.
"Ike" wrote his memoirs here.
Gettysburg College: Stevens Hall.
Gettysburg College: Stevens Hall
Gettysburg College: Huber Hall.
Gettysburg College: Huber Hall
Gettysburg College: Schmucker Hall, built in 1888.
Gettysburg College: Schmucker Hall,
built in 1888.
Gettysburg College: Pennsylvania Hall, built in 1837. Used as a Civil War Hospital.
Gettysburg College: Pennsylvania Hall,
built in 1837. Used as a Civil War Hospital.

Gettysburg Borough

On W. Broadway St.
On W. Broadway St.
On W. Broadway St.
On W. Broadway St.
On W. Broadway St.
On W. Broadway St.
On W. Broadway St.
On W. Broadway St.
On W. Broadway St.
On W. Broadway St.
On W. Broadway St.
On W. Broadway St.
Capt. D.D. Eisenhower's home in 1918, on N. Washington ST., while commanding Camp Colt, at Gettysburg.
Capt. D.D. Eisenhower's home
in 1918, on N. Washington ST.,
while commanding Camp Colt, at Gettysburg.
The Lamp Post on Carlisle St./Rte. 34..
"The Lamp Post" on Carlisle St./Rte. 34.
On Carlisle St./Rte. 34.
On Carlisle St./Rte. 34.
On Carlisle St./Rte. 34.
On Carlisle St./Rte. 34.
On Carlisle St./Rte. 34.
On Carlisle St./Rte. 34.
On W. Broadway St.
On W. Broadway St.
Fahnestock Mansion, built in 1959. On W. Middle St.
Fahnestock Mansion, built in 1859.
On West High St.
Civil War Home on W. Middle St.
Civil War Home on W. Middle St.
Rev. Seibel's Gothic Revival Home ca. 1870, W. Middle St.
Rev. Seibel's Gothic Revival Home ca. 1870,
W. Middle St.
Adams Co. Court House, built in 1859.  On Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Adams Co. Court House, built in 1859.
On Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
The Memorial Church of The Prince of Peace Episcopal, built 1888-1900. On Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
The Memorial Church of The Prince of Peace Episcopal,
built 1888-1900.
On Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church on HIgh St. Was used as a Civil War Hospital.
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church,
Built in 1852-1853. On West High St.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
The Shriver House, Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
The Shriver House
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
The Farnsworth House built in 1810. Used by CSA snipers. Bullet holes from returning fire are in the left wall.
The Farnsworth House built in 1810.
Used by CSA snipers.
Bullet holes from returning fire are in the left wall.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
John Rupp, Gothic Revival Style Home, built 1868. On Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
John Rupp, Gothic Revival Style Home, built 1868.
On Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Jenny Wade  Civil War Home on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
"Jenny Wade" Civil War Home on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Civil War Building on Baltimore St./Rte. 97.
Built in 1813-1814 on High St.  Home of the Gettysburg Academy, 1st home of the Lutheran Seminary, and the 1st home of Gettysburg College.
Built in 1813-1814 on High St.
Home of the Gettysburg Academy,
1st home of the Lutheran Seminary,
and the 1st home of Gettysburg College.



The Biglerville Historical and Preservation Society
and The National Apple Museum
154 West Hanover Street - P.O. Box 656
Biglerville, PA 17307-9442 - Telephone: 717-677-4556

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