EARTH SCIENCES & MAP LIBRARY

Union List of Sanborn & Other Fire Insurance Maps

Pennsylvania


by

Bill Hunt and Evelyn L. Woodruff

Revised by Philip Hoehn



Many maps are online in color from Pennsylvania State Univ. Libraries.  Additional holdings (some online) are in the Library of Congress Geography & Map Division.   Check with your local library about access to commercially produced online and microfilm maps.



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Abington (see Willow Grove)

Abington Township (see Montgomery County v. 3-4)

Acmetonia (see Cheswick)

Adamsdale (see Pottsville)

Albion (Erie County; 1927- includes Lundy's Lane, Waneta, Wellsburg & West Albion)

1911 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Alburtis (Lehigh County)

1885 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Aldan (see Clifton Heights)

Aldan Boro (see Delaware County v. 1 E)

Alden (see Nanticoke)

Aliquippa (Beaver County; 1929- includes part of Hopewell Township & West Aliquippa)

1912 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 32 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1942 (revision) - 132 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Allegheny (Allegheny County)

1893 - 124 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Allegheny v. 1 (See also Pittsburgh v. 2, 14-17; includes Avalon & Bellevue)

1906 - 109 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 (revision) - 105 sheets
Univ. of Pittsburgh

Allegheny v. 2 (See also Pittsburgh v. 2, 14-17; includes Avalon & Bellevue)

1906 - 102 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 (revision) - 99 sheets
Univ. of Pittsburgh

Allegheny Township (see Altoona)

Allenport (see Fayette City)

Allenton (see Mount Union)

Allentown (Lehigh County; 1943- includes Sterlingworth & parts of Salisbury Township & South Whitehall Township)

1885 - 25 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 32 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 55 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1932 - 105 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Alliance (Northampton County)

1904 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Allport (see Barnesboro)

Altoona (Blair County; 1932- includes Coburn, East Altoona, Greenwood, Lakemont, Newburg, Sylvan Hills & parts of Allegheny Township & Logan Township)

1888 - 23 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1894 - 43 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1909 - 102 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1932 - 104 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1944 (revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN
1968 (revision)
New York Public Library

Ambler (Montgomery County; includes Ambler Highlands, Fort Washington, Upper Dublin Township, West Ambler & part of Lower Gwynedd Township)

1896 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1902 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1909 - 13 sheets
Free Library of Philadelphia
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1921 - 21 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 21 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1940 (revision) - 21 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Ambler Highlands (see Ambler)

Ambridge (Beaver County; to 1911 includes Economy & French Point; 1931- includes part of Harmony Township)

1905 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 15 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1917 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 15 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1931 - 28 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision) - 28 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Andalusia (Bucks County; includes Cornwells & Eddington)

1925 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Andrewsville (see Lansford)

Angora (see Philadelphia v. 18)

Annville (Lebanon County)

1887 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1895 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1902 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Antis Township (see Bellwood)

Apollo (Armstrong County; 1915- includes North Apollo, Oklahoma, Washington Township & West Apollo)

1886 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1889 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1894 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1899 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1909 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1915 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Applewold (see Kittanning)

Aquashicola (see Palmerton)

Archbald (Lackawanna County; see alsoScranton Suburban Towns)

1912 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Arden (see Washington)

Ardmore (see Montgomery County v. 1)

Ardmore Park (see Delaware County v. 4)

Ardsley (see Glenside)

Arnold (see New Kensington)

Arnold City (see Fayette City)

Ashbourne (see Montgomery County v. 3)

Ashcroft (see Patton)

Ashland (Schuylkill & Columbia Counties; includes Big Mine Run, Byrnesville, Centralia, Fountain Springs, Gordon & Locust Dale)

1885 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1902 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1908 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 16 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1921 - 22 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1928 - 22 sheets
Harvard College Library
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1942 (revision) - 22 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Ashland Heights (see Montgomery County v. 1)

Ashley (Luzerne County; 1938- includes part of Hanover Township)

1884 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1926 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1938 (revision) - 11 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Askam (see Wilkes-Barre v. 2)

Aspinwall (see Pittsburgh v. 15)

Athens (Bradford County)

1885 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1892 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1926 - 20 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Atlas Post Office (see Mount Carmel)

Austin (Potter County)

1898 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1928 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Avalon (see Allegheny v. 1-2 & Pittsburgh v. 18)

Avella (Washington County)

1927 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Avoca (Luzerne County)

1896 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1908 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1926 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1935 (revision) - 14 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Avon (see Lebanon)

Avondale (Chester County)

1924 - 5 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Avonmore (Westmoreland County)

1913 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Axelton (see Monongahela City)

Ayr Township (see McConnellsburg)

Baerville (see Hanover)

Bairdstown (see Blairsville)

Bakerton (Cambria County)

1916 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Bala (see Montgomery County v. 1)

Baldwin Township (see Pittsburgh v. 7 & 10)

Bangor (Northampton County; includes East Bangor & Roseto)

1885 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1892 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 13 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1912 - 17 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 17 sheets
Univ. of California, Los Angeles
1930 - 18 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1941 (revision) - 18 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Banian (see Madera)

Barnesboro (Cambria County; 1930- includes Allport, Byrnesville, West Branch & parts of Barr Township & Susquehanna Township)

1898 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1937 (revision) - 14 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Bath (Northampton County)

1885 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Bauerstown (see Pittsburgh v. 15)

Beacon Hill (see Brownsville)

Beaver (Beaver County)

1886 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1906 - 13 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1912 - 19 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 18 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1942 (revision) - 18 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Beaver Falls (Beaver County; 1912- includes East Vale Boro, Geneva Hill, Patterson Heights Boro, West Mayfield Boro & parts of Chippewa Township, Patterson Township & White Township)

1886 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 19 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 19 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1907 - 24 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1912 - 39 sheets
Free Library of Philadelphia
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1931 - 77 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1942 (revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Beaver Meadow (Carbon County; also called Beaver Meadows)

1927 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Beaverdale (Cambria County; includes Lloydell)

1911 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1914 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1934 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Beavertown (Snyder County)

1923 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Bedford (Bedford County)

1885 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1906 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1912 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Beechview (see Pittsburgh v. 8)

Beechwood (see Delaware County v. 4 & Montgomery County v. 1)

Belgiumtown (see Brookville)

Belle Vernon (Washington County; 1918- includes North Belle Vernon & Pricedale)

1895 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1900 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1905 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1918 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1937 (revision) - 9 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Bellefield (see Pittsburgh v. 3)

Bellefonte (Centre County; 1922- includes Central City, Coleville, Milesburg, Pleasant Gap & part of Spring Township)

1887 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1892 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 19 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1922 - 28 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1931 - 32sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1941 (revision) - 32 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Bellevue (see Allegheny v. 1-2 & Pittsburgh v. 18)

Bellwood (Allegheny County see Homestead)

Bellwood (Blair County; 1934- includes part of Antis Township)

1894 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1899 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 13 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1934 (revision) - 13 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Bellwood Gardens (see Ford City)

Belmont Heights (see Montgomery County v. 1)

Ben Avon (see Pittsburgh v. 18)

Ben Avon Heights (see Pittsburgh v. 18)

Bentleyville (Washington County)

1913 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Benton (Columbia County)

1913 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1928 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Berkshire Heights (see Reading)

Berlin (Somerset County)

1898 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1905 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Bern Township (see Reading)

Berwick (Columbia County)

1884 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1907 - 16 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 24 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1918 - 23 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 27 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision) - 27 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Berwyn (Chester County; includes Devon & Strafford)

1932 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1962 (revision) - 11 sheets
Free Library of Philadelphia

Bessemer (Lawrence County)

1925 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Bethayres (see Bryn Athyn)

Bethel Township (Allegheny County see Pittsburgh v. 10)

Bethel Township (Delaware County see Chester)

Bethlehem (Northampton & Lehigh Counties; includes Butztown, Fountain Hill & part of Salisbury Township)

1885 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1892 - 22 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 31 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 38 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1912 - 86 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Bethlehem - New & Additional Sheets

1917 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1919 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1922 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Bethlehem Annex (see Freemansburg)

Big Beaver Township (see Koppel)

Big Mine Run (see Ashland)

Big Run (Jefferson County)

1910 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Biglerville (Adams County)

1924 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Birdsboro (Berks County; includes Gibraltar)

1912 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1921 - 19 sheets
Univ. of California, Los Angeles
1927 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1935 (revision) - 12 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Black Lick (Indiana County; 1927- includes Josephine)

1909 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Blain City (see Coalport)

Blainesburg (see Brownsville)

Blair (see Juniata)

Blairsville (Indiana County; includes Bairdstown, Cokeville, Torrence State Hospital & part of Burrell Township)

1887 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1892 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 13 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1909 - 16 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1915 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 23 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1944 (revision) - 23 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Blair Township (see Hollidaysburg)

Blakely (see Scranton Suburban Towns and Olyphant)

Blandburg (Cambria County)

1903 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Blandon (see Fleetwood)

Blawnox (Allegheny County; includes part of O'Hara Township)

1924 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Bleakley Hill (see Franklin)

Bloomfield (see Pittsburgh v. 2)

Bloomsburg (Columbia County; includes 1929- Fernville)

1885 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1907 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 20 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1922 - 22 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 22 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1940 (revision) - 22 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Bloosburg (Tioga County)

1885 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Blue Ball (see Philipsburg)

Boiling Springs (Cumberland County)

1924 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Bolivar (Westmoreland County; includes Robinson, Indiana County)

1909 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1915 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Bon Air (see Delaware County v. 4)

Boswell (Somerset County)

1910 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1916 - 3sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Bowmanstown (see Palmerton)

Boydtown (see Shamokin)

Boyertown (Berks County; 1922- includes New Berlinville & parts of Colebrookdale Township and Douglass Township)

1886 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 3 sheets
Free Library of Philadelphia
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1902 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1909 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1922 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1936 (revision) - 12 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Brackenridge (Allegheny County)

1924 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1941 (revision) - 9 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Braddock (Allegheny County; includes Port Perry 1896-1914, North Braddock & Rankin 1901-, Swissvale 1908-, Edgewood & part of Braddock Township 1926-)

1886 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 15 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 18 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1908 - 36 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1914 - 39 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1926 - 99 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1944 (revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN
1963 (revision)
New York Public Library

Bradford (McKean County; 1911- includes Custer City, Farmers Valley, Foster Brook, Lewis Run, Minard Run, Nusbaum & part of Foster Township)

1886 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1890 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1895 - 19 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1899 - 25 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1905 - 37 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 41 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 39 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1931 - 39 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision) - 39 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Brady (see Shamokin)

Brentwood (see Pittsburgh v. 10)

Breslau (see Wilkes-Barre v. 2)

Bressler (see Steelton)

Bridesburg (see Philadelphia v. 10)

Bridgeport (Montgomery County; see also Norristown; includes Swedeland & Swedesburg)

1920 - 16 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 18 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1942 (revision) - 18 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Bridgeport (Westmoreland County see Mount Pleasant)

Bridgeville (Allegheny County; 1924- includes Mayview; 1931- includes parts of Collier Township, Lower Saint Clair Township, Scott Township & South Fayette Township)

1907 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1931 - 18 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision) - 18 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Brisbin (see Houtzdale)

Bristol (Bucks County)

1886 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1894 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 15 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1915 - 15 sheets
Free Library of Philadelphia
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1920 - 20 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 20 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1941 (revision) - 20 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Broad Acres (see Grove City)

Brockton (Schuylkill County; includes Tuscarora)

1916 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Brockway (thru 1914 as Brockwayville, Jefferson County)

1894 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1899 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1909 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1914 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Brookline (see Delaware County v. 4)

Brookville (Jefferson County; 1930- includes Belgiumtown, Port Barnett & part of Rose Township)

1887 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1894 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1899 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1921 - 19 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 27 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1942 (revision) - 27 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Browndale (see Forest City)

Brownstown (see Johnstown)

Brownsville (Fayette County; includes Bridgeport ∓ West Brownsville; 1921- Blainesburg; 1924- Beacon Hill & Knoxville)

1886 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1907 - 19 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 19 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1921 - 22 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 22 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision) - 23 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Brownsville (Schuylkill County see Shenandoah)

Browntown (Fayette County see Fayette City)

Browntown (Luzerne County see Pittston)

Brunots Island (see Pittsburgh v. 8)

Bryn Athyn (Montgomery County; includes Bethayres & Huntingdon Valley)

1933 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1942 (revision) - 5 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Bryn Mawr (see Wayne-Saint Davids and Montgomery County v. 2)

Bunker Hill (see Hanover)

Burgettstown (Washington County; 1915- includes Langeloth & 1925- Slovan)

1908 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1915 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Burnham (Mifflin County)

1910 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Burrell Township (see Blairsville)

Bushkill (see Stroudsburg)

Bustleton (see Philadelphia v. 28)

Butler (Butler County; includes 1906- Lyndora, 1921- East Butler & Herman)

1886 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1906 - 37 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 44 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1921 - 43 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 43 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1942 (revision) - 42 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Butler Township (see Frackville)

Buttonwood (see Wilkes-Barre v. 2)

Butztown (see Bethlehem)

Byrnesville (Cambria County see Barnesboro)

Byrnesville (Schuylkill County see Ashland)

Cairnbrook (Somerset County)

1924 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

California (Washington County; includes Coal Centre; 1907-1913 Phillipsburg; 1927- East Pike Run Township)

1891 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1907 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 13 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1941 (revision) - 13 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Cambridge Springs (Crawford County; includes part of Venango Township)

1895 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1899 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Camp Hill (Cumberland County; includes White Hill)

1923 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 17 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1941 (revision) - 19 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Campton (see Natrona)

Canonsburg (Washington County; 1907- includes Morganza & Strabane)

1896 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1907 - 17 sheets (includes South Canonsburg)
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 21 sheets (includes East Canonsburg)
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 20 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1940 (revision) - 20 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Canton (Bradford County; 1926- includes Grover)

1885 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1892 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1926 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Canton Township (see Washington)

Carbondale (Lackawanna County; 1912- includes Simpson, 1930- Whites Crossing)

1885 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1892 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 15 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1912 - 22 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 39 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 40 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision) - 40 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Cardale (see Republic)

Carlisle (Cumberland County)

1885 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1890 - 13 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1902 - 16 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1909 - 22 sheets
Clements Library, Univ. of Michigan
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1915 - 15 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 17 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 26 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1940 (revision) - 26 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Carmichaels (see Waynesburg)

Carnegie (formerly Carnegie Boro; see also Pittsburgh v. 12)

1896 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Carrolltown (Cambria County)

1898 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Cassandra (Cambria County)

1916 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Castanea (see Lock Haven)

Castle Shannon (see Pittsburgh v. 10)

Catasauqua (Lehigh County; 1908- includes Coplay, Fullerton, Hokendauqua, North Catasauqua, Treichler's & West Catasauqua)

1885 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1902 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1908 - 28 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 31 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1942 (revision) - 30 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Catawissa (Columbia County)

1885 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1907 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Catherine Township (see Williamsburg)

Cedar Crest (see Mount Union)

Cementon (Lehigh County)

1911 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Center Hall (Centre County)

1911 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Center Township (see Homer City)

Centerville (see New Florence)

Central City (Centre County see Bellefonte)

Central City (Somerset County)

1924 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1937 (revision) - 4 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Centralia (see Ashland)

Chalfant (see Turtle Creek Valley)

Chambersburg (Franklin County; 1916- includes Scotland)

1887 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1894 - 17 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1899 - 22 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 24 sheets
Harvard College Library
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 31 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1916 - 22 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 26 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1931 - 33 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1941 (revision) - 33 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Champion Hill (see Oakdale)

Charleroi (Washington County; includes North Charleroi & West Monessen)

1894 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1902 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1907 - 16 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 16 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 (1942 revision) - 23 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Chartiers Borough (see Mansfield)

Cheltenham (see Montgomery County v. 3)

Cheltenham Township (see Montgomery County v. 3-4)

Cherry Hill Township (see Clymer)

Cherry Tree (Indiana County; includes Stiflertown)

1916 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Chester (Delaware County; includes Crum Lynne, Eddystone, Leiperville, Linwood, Marcus Hook, Trainer, Upland & parts of Bethel Township, Chester Township, Lower Chichester Township, Parkside Boro, Ridley Park Boro, Ridley Township & Upper Chichester Township)

1885 - 18 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 33 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1898 - 56 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1917 - 113 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1944 (revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN
1945 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Chester v. 1 (Includes Eddystone)

1917 (1962 revision) - 69 sheets
Free Library of Philadelphia

Chester v. 2 (Includes Bethel Township, Linwood, Marcus Hook Boro, Parkside Boro, Trainer Boro, Upland Boro & parts of Brookhaven Boro, Chester Township, Lower Chichester Township & Upper Chichester Township)

1917 (1962 revision) - 49 sheets
Free Library of Philadelphia

Chester - New & Additional Sheets

1918 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1920 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Chester Hill (see Philipsburg)

Chester Township (see Chester)

Chestnut Hill (see Philadelphia v. 21)

Cheswick (Allegheny County)

1924 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 4 sheets (includes Acmetonia)
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Chewton (see Wampum)

Chicora (Butler County)

1906 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1912 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Childs (see Jermyn)

Chippewa Township (see Beaver Falls)

Clairton (Allegheny County; includes Large)

1907 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1915 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 27 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1931 - 27 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1942 (revision) - 27 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Clarendon (Warren County; 1928- includes Clarendon Heights)

1912 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1928 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1940 (revision) - 5 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Clarion (Clarion County)

1887 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1895 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1906 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1912 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1919 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 15 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Clark's Green (see Clark's Summit)

Clark's Summit (Lackawanna County; includes Clark's Green)

1933 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Claysburg (Blair County)

1925 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Claysville (Washington County)

1896 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1907 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Clayville (see Punxsutawney)

Clearfield (Clearfield County)

1887 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1892 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 18 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 19 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1917 - 18 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1928 - 21 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision) - 21 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Clearview (see Philadelphia v. 25)

Cleona (see Lebanon)

Clifton Heights (Delaware County; see also Delaware County v. 2)

1912 - 10 sheets (includes Aldan)
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Cloe (see Punxsutawney)

Clymer (Indiana County; 1929- includes part of Cherry Hill Township)

1911 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Coal Centre (see California)

Coal Township (see Shamokin)

Coaldale (Schuylkill County; 1923- includes Seek; see also Lansford)

1916 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Coalport (Clearfield County; 1927- includes Blain City & Rosebud)

1901 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Coatesville (Chester County; 1928- includes Modena, Rock Run, Westwood & parts of East Fallowfield Township & Valley Township)

1886 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1902 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1909 - 21 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1921 - 32 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1928 - 32 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision) - 32 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Coburn (see Altoona)

Cochranton (Crawford County)

1922 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Cokeville (see Blairsville)

Colebrookdale (see Pottstown)

Colebrookdale Township (see Boyertown)

Coleville (see Bellefonte)

Collegeville (Montgomery County)

1926 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Collier Township (see Bridgeville & Pittsburgh v. 12)

Collingdale Boro (see Delaware County v. 1E)

Collinsburg (see West Newton)

Colona (see Rochester)

Columbia (Lancaster County)

1886 - 7 sheets / Scarlett & Scarlett (incl. Keeley Stove Co.)
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1886 - 16 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1894 - 17 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1899 - 18 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 24 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1909 - 24 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1920 - 25 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1928 - 24 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1939 (revision) - 24 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Colver (Cambria County)

1923 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Colwyn Boro (see Delaware County v. 1E)

Concrete City (see Nanticoke)

Confluence (Somerset County)

1901 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1907 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1936 (revision) - 7 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Connaughton or Connaughtown (see Conshohocken)

Conneaut Lake Boro (Crawford County)

1922 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1931 - 4 sheets (includes part of Sadsbury Township)
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Conneaut Lake Park (Crawford County)

1922 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Conneautville (Crawford County)

1886 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Connellsville (Fayette County; 1891-1908 includes New Haven; 1914- includes South Connellsville)

1886 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 13 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1908 - 21 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1914 - 32 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 38 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1942 (revision) - 38 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Connorsville (see Mount Carmel)

Connorton (see Girardville)

Conshohocken (Montgomery County; includes Connaughton (Connaughtown), Gulph, Mechanicsville, Spring Mill, West Conshohocken & parts of Plymouth Township & Whitemarsh Township)

1886 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1928 - 70 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN
1967 (revision) - 77 sheets
Free Library of Philadelphia

Conway (Beaver County)

1916 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Coplay (see Catasauqua)

Coraopolis (Allegheny County; 1930- includes part of Moon Township)

1898 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1902 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1906 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 13 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 20 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 23 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1940 (revision) - 23 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Cornwells (see Andalusia)

Corry (Erie County)

1886 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1909 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1915 - 21 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 21 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision) - 21 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Coudersport (Potter County)

1886 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 17 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 19 sheets
Univ. of California, Los Angeles

Courtdale (see Luzerne)

Covington (Tioga County; see also Mansfield)

1885 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Cowanesque (see Westfield)

Cowanshannock (see Kittanning)

Crafton (Allegheny County)

1902 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Crafton Boro (see Pittsburgh v. 11)

Craigsville (see Kittanning)

Cranberry Township (see Franklin)

Creighton (see Glassmere and Tarentum)

Crescentville (see Philadelphia v. 24)

Cresmont (see Willow Grove)

Cresson (Cambria County; 1927- includes Sankertown)

1906 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1936 (revision) - 10 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Cressona (see Pottsville)

Crestville (see Philadelphia v. 26)

Croyle Township (see South Fork)

Crum Lynne (see Chester)

Cumbola (see Pottsville)

Cumru Township (see Reading)

Curwensville (Clearfield County)

1887 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1892 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1900 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1905 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Custer City (see Bradford)

Cynwyd (see Montgomery County v. 1)

Daisytown (see Johnstown)

Dale Boro (see Johnstown)

Dallastown (York County)

1908 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Dalmatia (see Herndon)

Dalton (see Scranton)

Danville (Montour & Northumberland Counties; 1913- includes Riverside, South Danville & part of Mahoning Township)

1885 - 7 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1907 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 17 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 19 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 21 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1941 (revision) - 21 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Darby Boro (see Delaware County v. 1E)

Darby Township (see Delaware County v. 1E-1W)

Darlington (Beaver County)

1906 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1912 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1921 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Dauphin (Dauphin County)

1884 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1890 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Dawson (Fayette County)

1897 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Deckertown (see Johnsonburg)

Delaware County v. 1

1919 - 114 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Delaware County v. 1E (Includes Aldan Boro, Collingdale Boro, Darby Boro, Sharon Hill Boro, Tinicum Township, Yeadon Boro & parts of Darby Township, Folcroft Township & Upper Darby Township; v. 1 split into E & W in May 1928)

1919 (1932 revision)
City of Philadelphia Archives
1944 (revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN
1948 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Univ. of Pennsylvania (missing sheets 86-87)
1965 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1972 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1973 (revision) - sheets 58-119
Free Library of Philadelphia

Delaware County v. 1W (Includes Glenolden Boro, Norwood Boro, Prospect Park Boro, Ridley Park Boro, Rutledge Boro, Swarthmore Bobo & parts of Darby Township, Folcroft Township, Ridley Township & Upper Darby Township)

1928 (1932 revision)
City of Philadelphia Archives
1944 (revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN
1948 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1949 (revision)
Univ. of Pennsylvania
1964 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1969 (revision) - sheets 1,1A-B,2-11,11A-C,12,12-B,13-19,19A-B,20-31,31A-B,32-41,41A-C,42,42A,43-49,49A,50A,51-57
New York Public Library
1972 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1973 (revision) - sheets 1-57
Free Library of Philadelphia

Delaware County v. 2 (Includes Clifton Heights, East Lansdowne, East Lansdowne Boro, Lansdowne, Millbourne Boro, Oakview & part of Upper Darby Township)

1922 - 85 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1931 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Delaware County v. 2E (Includes East Lansdowne Boro, Lansdowne Boro, Millbourne Boro & part of Upper Darby Township)

1922 (1944 revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN
1948 (revision)
Univ. of Pennsylvania
1969 (revision) - sheets 214-257,284-291
New York Public Library
1970 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1972 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1973 (revision) - sheets 214-257,284-291
Free Library of Philadelphia

Delaware County v. 2W (Includes Clifton Heights Boro & part of Upper Darby Township)

1922 (1944 revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN
1948 (revision)
Univ. of Pennsylvania
1966 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1969 (revision) - sheets 201-213,258-283, 283A-G
New York Public Library
1972 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1973 (revision) - sheets 201-213,258-283
Free Library of Philadelphia

Delaware County v. 3 (Includes Media, Morton, Rose Valley Boro, Swarthmore & parts of Nether Providence Township, Ridley Township, Springfield Township, Upper Darby Township & Upper Providence Township; split into E & W Feb. 1950)

1925 - 87 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1931 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1944 (revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN
1948 (revision)
Univ. of Pennsylvania

Delaware County v. 3E (Includes Marple Township, Morton Boro, Springfield Township & parts of Ridley Township, Swarthmore Boro & Upper Darby Township)

1925 (1965 revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1972 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1973 (revision) - sheets 334-392
Free Library of Philadelphia

Delaware County v. 3W (Includes Media Boro, Nether Providence Township, Rose Valley Boro & Upper Providence Township)

1925 (1969 revision) - sheets 301-333,333A-D
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
New York Public Library
1970 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1973 (revision) - sheets 301-333
Free Library of Philadelphia

Delaware County v. 4 (Includes Ardmore Park, Bon Air, Brookline, Haverford, Llanerch, Merwood Park, Oakmont, Penfield, South Ardmore & part of Beechwood)

1925 - 69 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1931 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1943 (revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN
1948 (revision)
Univ. of Pennsylvania
1965 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1969 (revision) - sheets 401-455,460-461,468-471,473,480-483,485-494
New York Public Library
1970 (revision)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
1973 (revision) - sheets 401-494
Free Library of Philadelphia

Delaware Water Gap (Monroe County; includes North Water Gap; see also Stroudsburg)

1923 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1934 (revision) - 5 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Delmont (Westmoreland County; 1930- includes Dunnington)

1909 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Delta (York County; 1924- includes Cardiff & Maryland)

1894 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1899 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Denver (Lancaster County)

1947 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Derry (Westmoreland County; 1928- includes New Derry & Peanut)

1891 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1928 - 13 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Devon (see Berwyn)

Dickson City (Lackawanna County; see also Scranton Suburban Towns and Olyphant)

1897 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Didier (see Hellertown)

Dillsburg (York County)

1902 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1921 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Dixmont (see Pittsburgh v. 18)

Donora (Washington County)

1902 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1909 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1914 - 11 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1921 - 13 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 18 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision) - 18 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Dooleyville (see Mount Carmel)

Doranceton (see Kingston)

Dormont (see Pittsburgh v. 9)

Douglass Township (see Boyertown)

Downington (Chester County)

1886 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1898 - 6 sheets
Free Library of Philadelphia (incomplete: 5 sheets)
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1909 - 10 sheets
Free Library of Philadelphia
1921 - 13 sheets
Free Library of Philadelphia
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1938 (revision) - 13 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Doylestown (Bucks County; 1928- includes part of Doylestown Township)

1885 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 8 sheets
Free Library of Philadelphia
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1909 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1922 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1928 - 16 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1939 (revision)- 16 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Dravosburg (Allegheny County)

1933 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Du Bois (Clearfield County; 1915- includes Eriton; 1924- includes Sandy Township)

1887 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 17 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 20 sheets (includes Falls Creek)
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1906 - 22 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 34 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 41 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 (1941 revision) - 41 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Duboistown (see Williamsport)

Dunbar (Fayette County)

1897 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1908 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Duncannon (Perry County)

1888 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1894 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1899 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1933 (revision)- 9 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Duncansville (Blair County; see also Hollidaysburg)

1927 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1940 (revision) - 4 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Dunlo (Cambria County)

1904 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Dunmore (see Scranton)

Dunningtown (see Delmont)

Dupont (Luzerne County)

1914 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1926 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1934 (revision) - 9 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Duquesne (Allegheny County; 1941- includes part of Mifflin Township)

1891 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1907 - 18 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 19 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1917 - 14 sheets
Univ. of California, Los Angeles
1925 - 15 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 24 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1941 (revision) - 25 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Durant City (see Kane)

Duryea (Luzerne County)

1914 - 16 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1926 - 19 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1938 (revision) - 19 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Dushore (Sullivan County)

1885 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1892 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1926 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Earlston (see Everett)

Earnest Station (see Norristown)

East Allen Township (see Nazareth)

East Altoona (see Altoona)

East Bangor (see Bangor)

East Brady (Clarion County; includes part of Brady's Bend Township)

1886 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

East Butler (see Butler)

East Canonsburg (see Canonsburg)

East Carroll Township (see Patton)

East Conemaugh (see Johnstown)

East Fallowfield Township (see Coatesville)

East Franklin Township (see Kittanning)

East Greenville (Montgomery County)

1922 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

East Irwin (see Irwin)

East Kane (see Kane)

East Kensington (see New Kensington)

East Lansdowne (see Delaware County v. 2)

East Lansdowne Boro (see Delaware County v. 2)

East Lewisburg (see Lewisburg)

East Liberty (see Pittsburgh v. 3, 5)

East Marianna (Washington County; includes Fairfield, West Zollarsville & Zollarsville)

1927 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

East Mauch Chunk (see Mauch Chunk; annexed to Jim Thorpe in 1954)

East McKeesport (see McKeesport)

East Muncy (see Muncy)

East Newport (see Newport)

East Pike Run Township (see California)

East Pittsburgh (see Turtle Creek Valley)

East Rochester (see Rochester)

East Rockhill Township (see Perkasie)

East Saxton (see Saxton)

East Side Boro (see White Haven)

East Smethport (see Smethport)

East Stroudsburg (see Stroudsburg)

East Towanda (see Towanda)

East Vale Boro (see Beaver Falls)

East Vandergrift (see Vandergrift)

East Vincent Township (see Royersford)

East Washington (see Washington)

East Waynesburg (see Waynesburg)

Easton (Northampton County; 1885-1904 includes South Easton; 1911- includes Palmer Township & West Easton; 1927- includes Glendon, Wilson, parts of Forks Township & Williams Township)

1885 - 13 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1892 - 21 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 29 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 37 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 40 sheets
Free Library of Philadelphia
1919 - 43 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 87 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Ebensburg (Cambria County)

1887 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1894 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1899 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1944 (revision) - 9 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Economy (see Ambridge)

Eddington (see Andalusia)

Eddystone (see Chester)

Edenburg (Clarion County; also called Knox P.O.)

1895 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1906 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1912 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Edge Hill (see & Montgomery County v. 4)

Edgemont (see Harrisburg v. 2)

Edgewood (Allegheny County see Braddock)

Edgewood (Armstrong County see Kittanning)

Edgeworth (Allegheny County)

1925 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1938 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Edinboro (Erie County)

1906 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1928 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1939 (revision) - 5 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Edwardsville (Luzerne County; see also Kingston)

1891 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Egypt (Lehigh County)

1911 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Ehrenfeld (see South Fork)

Elco (see Roscoe)

Eldred (McKean County)

1888 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1894 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1899 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1909 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Elizabeth (Allegheny County)

1900 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1905 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Elizabethtown (Lancaster County)

1884 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1902 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1928 - 16 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Elizabethville (Dauphin County)

1911 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Elkins Park (see Montgomery County v. 3)

Elkland (Tioga County)

1897 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1922 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1931 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Elk Lick (see Salisbury)

Elliott (see Pittsburgh v. 8)

Ellwood City (Lawrence & Beaver Counties; 1914- includes Wurtemburg & parts of Franklin Township, Perry Township & Wayne Township)

1894 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1908 - 18 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1914 - 21 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1921 - 22 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 25 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision) - 26 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Elmora (see Bakerton)

Emaus (see Emmaus)

Emeigh (Cambria County)

1916 - 2 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Emerald (see Slatington)

Emigsville (York County)

1908 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Emlenton (Venango County)

1886 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Emmaus (or Emaus, Lehigh County)

1911 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1922 - 16 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 20 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1944 (revision) - 20 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Emporium (Cameron County)

1887 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1892 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1909 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1915 - 13 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Emsworth (see Pittsburgh v. 18)

Enhaut (see Steelton)

Enola (Cumberland County)

1923 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1939 (revision) - 9 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Ephrata (Lancaster County)

1912 - 7 sheets
Free Library of Philadelphia
1928 - 13 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1941 (revision) - 13 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Erdenheim (see Wyndmoor)

Erie (Erie County)

1888 - 35 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1900 - 84 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Erie v. 1

1921 - 86 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Erie v. 2 (Includes Westminster)

1921 - 88 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Erie v. 3 (Includes Wesleyville & parts of Lawrence Park Township)

1921 (1943 revision)
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN
1950 (revision) - 94 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Erie -- New & Additional Sheets

1917 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Eriton (see Du Bois)

Esplen (see Pittsburgh v. 8)

Etna (see Pittsburgh v. 15)

Evans City (Butler County)

1906 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1912 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Everett (Bedford County; 1910- includes Earlston)

1885 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1900 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1905 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1924 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Everson (see Scottdale)

Exchange (see Mount Carmel)

Exeter (see Pittston)

Exeter Township (see Reading)

Export (Westmoreland County)

1909 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Factoryville (Wyoming County)

1903 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Fair Hope (see Fayette City)

Fair Oaks (see Leetsdale)

Fairchange (Fayette County)

1905 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1911 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Fairfield (see East Marianna)

Fairmount (see New Bethlehem)

Falls Creek (Clearfield & Jefferson Counties; includes Smithtown; see also Du Bois)

1906 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Falls of Schuylkill (see Philadelphia v. 20)

Fallston (see New Brighton)

Farmers Valley (see Bradford)

Farrell (see Sharon)

Fayette City (Fayette County; includes 1910- Browntown, 1920- Arnold City & Fair Hope, 1942?- Allenport)

1905 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1910 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1920 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1928 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Feltsville (see Taylor)

Fern Rock (see Philadelphia v. 24)

Ferndale (see Johnstown)

Fernville (see Bloomsburg)

Finleyville (see Monongahela)

Fleetwood (Berks County; includes Blandon)

1933 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Flemington (see Lock Haven)

Florin (see Mount Joy)

Flourtown (see Wyndmoor)

Folcroft Boro (see Delaware County v. 1E-1W)

Ford City (Armstrong County; includes 1921- McGrann, 1930- Bellwood Gardens, Fordcliff, Ford View, Pattonville & part of Manor Township)

1899 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1904 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1908 - 9 sheets (includes McCain)
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1921 - 16 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1930 - 16 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Ford View (see Ford City)

Fordcliff (see Ford City)

Forest City (Susquehanna County; 1914- includes Browndale, Richmondale & Vandling)

1892 - 1 sheet
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1908 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1914 - 12 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1927 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1941 (revision) - 17 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Forest Grove (see Newtown)

Forest Hills (Allegheny County)

1930 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Forks Township (see Easton)

Fort Washington (see Ambler)

Forty Fort (see Luzerne)

Foster Brook (see Bradford)

Foster Township (Luzerne County see Freeland)

Foster Township (McKean County see Bradford)

Fountain Hill (see Bethlehem)

Fountain Springs (see Ashland)

Fox Chase (see Philadelphia v. 26)

Frackville (Schuylkill County; 1928- includes parts of Butler Township & West Mahanoy Township)

1898 - 2 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1903 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1912 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1921 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1928 - 16 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1943 (revision) - 16 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Franconia Township (see Souderton)

Frankford (see Philadelphia v. 11)

Franklin (Cambria County see Johnstown)

Franklin (Lehigh County see Slatington)

Franklin (Venango County; includes 1906- Rocky Grove, 1922- Bleakley Hill & Polk, 1931- Prospect Park, Two Mile Run & parts of Cranberry Township, French Creek Township & Sugar Creek Township)

1888 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 13 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1896 - 14 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1901 - 15 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1906 - 28 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1912 - 32 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1922 - 43 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1931 - 43 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Franklin Township (Beaver County see Ellwood City)

Franklin Township (Carbon County see Weissport)

Franklin Township (Greene County see Waynesburg)

Fredericktown (Washington County; includes Millford Terrace, Millsboro & Newtown)

1927 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Fredonia (Mercer County)

1911 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Fredericksburg (see Meadville)

Freedom (see Rochester)

Freeland (Luzerne County; 1929- includes part of Foster Township)

1895 - 3 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1900 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1905 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1912 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1923 - 7 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1929 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1936 (revision) - 8 sheets
Formerly: US Census Bureau, Jeffersonville, IN

Freemansburg (Northampton County; 1931- includes Bethlehem Annex, Middletown, Miller Heights & Shimerville)

1894 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1905 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1912 - 5 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1931 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Freeport (Armstrong County; 1925- includes Laneville)

1886 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1891 - 4 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1897 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1902 - 6 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1908 - 8 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1913 - 9 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.
1925 - 10 sheets
Pennsylvania State Univ.

Freeport (Erie County see North East)

French Creek Township (see Franklin, Venango County)

French Point (see Ambridge)

Fullerton (see Catasauqua)


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