Heisey Museum

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The Clinton County Historical Society is organized to maintain a museum for collecting, preserving and interpreting records and artifacts significant to the history of Clinton County. The CCHS encourages research into local history, recommends the preservation of historical structures and sites, presents educational programs through schools throughout the county, by free seminars and lectures to the public.

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This is the State Teacher College which was located in Lock Haven, Pa. This is now renamed Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania. Teachers College, My College, Lock Haven University, Clinton County, Old Time Photos, Keystone State, University Of Pennsylvania, Educational Programs, Local History

This is the State Teacher College which was located in Lock Haven, Pa. This is now renamed Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania.

This is the remains of the Lock Haven Hospital after the fire on July Lock Haven, Clinton County, Old Time Photos, Keystone State, July 28, Local History, Historical Society, Genealogy, Pennsylvania

This is the remains of the Lock Haven Hospital after the fire on July 28, 1908.

This is an old picture of the Castanea Railroad in This is one of the properties kept up by the Heisey Museum. Local History, Family History, Lock Haven, Clinton County, Train Stations, Victorian Architecture, Water Tower, Historical Society, Old Pictures

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This is an old picture of the Castanea Railroad in 1884. This is one of the properties kept up by the Heisey Museum.

This is a picture of the Lock Haven High School in Although some of the building was torn down to expand the Lock Haven College some of it still stands today. Lock Haven, Clinton County, Old Time Photos, Keystone State, Small Buildings, Educational Programs, Local History, Auditorium, Historical Society

This is a picture of the Lock Haven High School in 1953. Although some of the building was torn down to expand the Lock Haven College some of it still stands today.

There are tons of notable things that people can see in the Heisey Museum. Aside from the stunning Victorian architecture, items like a functioning Edison Victrola phonograph, signed documents by historical figures, weapons from the Civil War, and a nightstand that used to be John Quincy Adams’. Abandoned Houses, Old Houses, Quincy Adams, Victorian Architecture, Phonograph, House Interiors, Drawing Room, Victorian Homes, Country Decor

There are tons of notable things that people can see in the Heisey Museum. Aside from the stunning Victorian architecture, items like a functioning Edison Victrola phonograph, signed documents by historical figures, weapons from the Civil War, and a nightstand that used to be John Quincy Adams’.

The Heisey Museum, also known as the Heisey House, was built in 1831-1833. It is a part of a brick Federal farmhouse. After sometime, it has also become a tavern and inn that took Lock Haven’s founder, Jeremiah Church, as a boarder. Lock Haven, Clinton County, Keystone State, Educational Programs, Close To Home, Boarders, Local History, Historical Society, Places To See

The Heisey Museum, also known as the Heisey House, was built in 1831-1833. It is a part of a brick Federal farmhouse. After sometime, it has also become a tavern and inn that took Lock Haven’s founder, Jeremiah Church, as a boarder.

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After the flood of 1936, some lucky townspeople were able to use their boat to get around.

Farrandsville Furnace was completed in 1837 and was the first and largest coke-fired hot-blast iron furnace in North America, reaching the height of 54 feet. This is an excellent example of dry masonry construction. Iron Furnace, Masonry Construction, Clinton County, State Forest, Local History, Historical Society, Towers, Coke, Genealogy

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Farrandsville Furnace was completed in 1837 and was the first and largerest coke-fired hot-blast iron furnace in North America, reaching the height of 54 feet. This is an excellent example of dry masonry construction. This is also another property owned by the Heisey Museum.