Gettysburg Town Heritage Buildings Photos

The town of Gettysburg contains many heritage buildings of note.

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David Wills House operated by National Park Service. Gettysburg, PA.Facade of David Wills House. Gettysburg, PA.Commemorative sign for David Wills House where Lincoln finished his Gettysburg Address. Gettysburg, PA.Bed slept in by Abraham Lincoln at David Wills House the night before giving his Gettysburg Address. Gettysburg, PA.
David Wills House (1816) (6 Lincoln Sq.) operated by National Park Service. Gettysburg, PA.Facade of David Wills House. Gettysburg, PA.Commemorative sign for David Wills House where Lincoln finished his Gettysburg Address. Gettysburg, PA.Bed slept in by Abraham Lincoln (Nov. 18, 1863) at David Wills House the night before giving his Gettysburg Address. Gettysburg, PA.
Headboard of Lincoln's bed at David Wills House museum run by NPS. Gettysburg, PA.Rocking chair in Lincoln's bedroom at David Wills House. Gettysburg, PA.David Wills House & Masonic Temple on main square of Gettysburg. Gettysburg, PA.Masonic Temple on main square of Gettysburg. Gettysburg, PA.
Headboard of Lincoln's bed at David Wills House museum run by NPS. Gettysburg, PA.Rocking chair in Lincoln's bedroom at David Wills House. Gettysburg, PA.David Wills House (where Lincoln stayed) & Masonic Temple (1898) on main square of Gettysburg. Gettysburg, PA.Masonic Temple (1898) on main square of Gettysburg. Gettysburg, PA.
Masonic Temple on main square of Gettysburg. Gettysburg, PA.Lincoln Square of Gettysburg with David Wills House & Masonic Temple. Gettysburg, PA.Lincoln Square Building. Gettysburg, PA.Gettysburg Railroad Depot. Gettysburg, PA.
Masonic Temple (1898) on main square of Gettysburg. Gettysburg, PA.Lincoln Square of Gettysburg with David Wills House & Masonic Temple. Gettysburg, PA.Lincoln Square Building (former Hotel Gettysburg) (1913). Gettysburg, PA.Gettysburg Railroad Depot (1858) (Carlisle St.). Gettysburg, PA. Style: Italianate.
Gettysburg Railroad Depot where Abraham Lincoln arrived Nov. 18, 1863 to dedicate the Soldiers National Cemetery. Gettysburg, PA.Lincoln Square with Adams County National Bank & Chambersburg St. Gettysburg, PA.Adams County National Bank on Lincoln Square. Gettysburg, PA.Facade of Adams County National Bank on Lincoln Square. Gettysburg, PA.
Gettysburg Railroad Depot where Abraham Lincoln arrived Nov. 18, 1863 to dedicate the Soldiers National Cemetery. Gettysburg, PA.Lincoln Square with Adams County National Bank & Chambersburg St. Gettysburg, PA.Adams County National Bank on Lincoln Square. Gettysburg, PA.Facade of Adams County National Bank on Lincoln Square. Gettysburg, PA.
Heritage buildings on northwest corner of Lincoln Square. Gettysburg, PA.Cafe on northwest corner of Lincoln Square. Gettysburg, PA.Monument to Civil War Company K of Pennsylvania on Lincoln Square. Gettysburg, PA.Franklin B. Picking House. Gettysburg, PA.
Heritage buildings on northwest corner of Lincoln Square. Gettysburg, PA.Cafe on northwest corner of Lincoln Square. Gettysburg, PA.Monument to Civil War Company K of Pennsylvania on Lincoln Square. Gettysburg, PA.Franklin B. Picking House (c1868) (20 Chambersburg St.). Gettysburg, PA.
Details of Franklin B. Picking House. Gettysburg, PA.Details of Franklin B. Picking House. Gettysburg, PA.Christ Lutheran Church. Gettysburg, PA.Entrance of Christ Lutheran Church. Gettysburg, PA.
Details of Franklin B. Picking House (c1868) (20 Chambersburg St.). Gettysburg, PA.Details of Franklin B. Picking House (c1868) (20 Chambersburg St.). Gettysburg, PA.Christ Lutheran Church (former College Church) (1835) (44 Chambersburg St.). Gettysburg, PA. On National Register.Entrance of Christ Lutheran Church. Gettysburg, PA.
Memorial plaque to Pennsylvania soldier on steps of Christ Lutheran Church on July 1, 1863. Gettysburg, PA.Hill House parish house of Christ Lutheran Church. Gettysburg, PA.Italianate commercial building. Gettysburg, PA.Commercial building with garlands. Gettysburg, PA.
Memorial plaque to Pennsylvania soldier on steps of Christ Lutheran Church on July 1, 1863. Gettysburg, PA.Hill House (1836) parish house of Christ Lutheran Church. Gettysburg, PA. On National Register.Italianate commercial building (17 Chambersburg St.). Gettysburg, PA.Commercial building with garlands (1916) (102 Chambersburg St.). Gettysburg, PA.
Stoever-Schick Building was Union hospital during battle of Gettysburg. Gettysburg, PA.40 E. High St. commercial building. Gettysburg, PA.Adams County Court House. Gettysburg, PA.Clock tower of Adams County Court House. Gettysburg, PA.
Stoever-Schick Building (1817) was Union hospital during battle of Gettysburg. Gettysburg, PA.40 E. High St. commercial building. Gettysburg, PA.Adams County Court House (1859) (Baltimore at Middle Sts.). Gettysburg, PA. Style: Italianate. Architect: S.D. Button & John R. Turner. On National Register.Clock tower of Adams County Court House. Gettysburg, PA.
Memorial Church of the Prince of Peace. Gettysburg, PA.Presbyterian Church attended by Abraham Lincoln on day of Gettysburg address & by Dwight D. Eisenhower. Gettysburg, PA.Presbyterian Church attended by Abraham Lincoln on day of Gettysburg address & by Dwight D. Eisenhower. Gettysburg, PA.Plaques marking worship in Presbyterian Church by Abraham Lincoln & by Dwight D. Eisenhower. Gettysburg, PA.
Memorial Church of the Prince of Peace (1888-1900) (20 W. High at Baltimore Sts.). Gettysburg, PA.Presbyterian Church attended by Abraham Lincoln (Nov. 19, 1863) on day of Gettysburg address & by Dwight D. Eisenhower (1961-9). Gettysburg, PA.Presbyterian Church attended by Abraham Lincoln (Nov. 19, 1863) on day of Gettysburg address & by Dwight D. Eisenhower (1961-9). Gettysburg, PA.Plaques marking worship in Presbyterian Church by Abraham Lincoln (Nov. 19, 1863) & by Dwight D. Eisenhower (1961-9). Gettysburg, PA.
Civil War era building. Gettysburg, PA.Elizabeth Keyes House. Gettysburg, PA.Jennie Wade Birthplace house now U.S. Christian Commission Civil War Museum. Gettysburg, PA.Passages Inn. Gettysburg, PA.
Civil War era building (219 Baltimore St.). Gettysburg, PA.Elizabeth Keyes House (223 Baltimore St.). Gettysburg, PA. On National Register.Jennie Wade Birthplace house (c1829) (242 Baltimore St.) now U.S. Christian Commission Civil War Museum. Gettysburg, PA.Passages Inn (267 Baltimore St.). Gettysburg, PA.
Passages Inn. Gettysburg, PA.Civil War era buildings along Baltimore St. Gettysburg, PA.William Walker House. Gettysburg, PA.Civil War building. Gettysburg, PA.
Passages Inn (267 Baltimore St.). Gettysburg, PA.Civil War era buildings along Baltimore St. Gettysburg, PA.William Walker House (1843) (256 Baltimore St.). Gettysburg, PA.Civil War building (270 Baltimore St.). Gettysburg, PA.
Row of Civil War era houses along Baltimore St. including Shriver House now a museum relating the Civilian experience during the Battle of Gettysburg. Gettysburg, PA.Jennie Wade House Museum. Gettysburg, PA.Farnsworth House used by Rebel snipers during Civil War. Gettysburg, PA.Farnsworth House. Gettysburg, PA.
Row of Civil War era houses along Baltimore St. including Shriver House now a museum relating the Civilian experience during the Battle of Gettysburg. Gettysburg, PA. Jennie Wade House Museum. Gettysburg, PA. Farnsworth House (1810 & 1833) (401 Baltimore St.) used by Rebel snipers during Civil War. Gettysburg, PA.Farnsworth House (1810 & 1833) (401 Baltimore St.). Gettysburg, PA.
Rev. Alexander Dobbin House. Gettysburg, PA.Lee's Headquarters in commandeered stone house of Mrs. Thompson. Gettysburg, PA.

Rev. Alexander Dobbin House (1776) (89 Steinwehr Ave.). Gettysburg, PA. On National Register.Lee's Headquarters (July 1-3, 1863) in commandeered stone house of Mrs. Thompson (now a museum). Gettysburg, PA.


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