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Warren Historic District (Warren, Pennsylvania)

Warren Historic District
National City Bank Building (1891) in the Warren Historic District, May 2007
Warren Historic District (Warren, Pennsylvania)
Location Roughly bounded by Comewango Creek, the Allegheny River, 7th Avenue and Laurel Street, Warren, Pennsylvania

41°50′57″N 79°8′50″W / 41.84917°N 79.14722°W / 41.84917; -79.14722Coordinates: 41°50′57″N 79°8′50″W / 41.84917°N 79.14722°W / 41.84917; -79.14722

Area 441 acres (178 ha)
Architect Philips, Edward Albert; Wetmore, Charles D., et al.
Architectural style Greek Revival, Italianate, et al.
Governing body State
MPS Oil Industry Resources in Western Pennsylvania MPS
NRHP Reference # 99000877[1]
Added to NRHP July 22, 1999

Warren Historic District, is a national historic district located at Warren, Warren County, Pennsylvania. The district includes 587 contributing buildings, 5 contributing sites, and 3 contributing objects in the central business district and surrounding residential areas of Warren. The buildings are in a variety of popular architectural styles including Greek Revival and Italianate. Notable buildings include the flatiron National City Bank Building (1891), Conewango Club, Elks Club, Trinity Episcopal Church (1895-1896), First Presbyterian Church (1895-1896), and former Swedish Lutheran Church (1916). The contributing objects are a bronze statue of General Joseph Warren (1912), Soldiers and Sailors Monument (1909), and Civil War memorial (1922). Located in the district and separately listed are the John P. Jefferson House, Struthers Library Building, Warren Armory, Warren County Courthouse, Wetmore House, and Woman's Club of Warren.[2]

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.[1]



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