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About LCPP: Welcome
The Value of History
Lawrence County, Pennsylvania is decorated with historic homes, buildings, and other landmarks. Together we can work on the preservation of the County's historic, architectural gems.
LCPP is committed to educating and assisting the community in the preservation and promotion of the history, architecture, and economic prosperity of Lawrence County. Per founding member and past President Joseph Goodge, "the objectives of LCPP include preserving historic landmarks and architecture, promoting the economic value and importance of Lawrence County’s history, enhancing and improving the image of the county, and recognizing individuals, businesses and municipalities for their efforts to preserve the history, architecture and character of the county."
Our Library and Resource Center provides important architectural and historical information, guidance and research materials to the public. We also offer services such as Community Workshops, Site Evaluations, Restoration and Rehabilitation Consulting.
Lawrence County Partners for Preservation is a 501c3 non-profit organization.
2022 ONLINE AUCTION FUNDRAISER
Auction services provided by DuckSoupAuctions.com
BIDDING IS NOW CLOSED
Proceeds from the fundraising event will benefit
LCPP’s efforts to renovate and restore its historic architectural library and resource center located in New Castle’s North Hill Historic District.
111 E. Lincoln Avenue in New Castle
(Across fro the Scottish Rite Cathedral)
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR AUCTION DONORS
and BIDDERS THAT PARTICIPATED IN
OUR SUCCESSFUL FUNDRAISING EVENT
About LCPP: Who We Are
LIBRARY & RESOURCE CENTER
Our new property at
111 E. Lincoln Ave, New Castle
is in the midst of a restoration and will be fully renovated over time. At this moment, we are pleased to announce the opening of our Special Library which will accommodate our collection of research and reference material for use by individuals seeking information and consultation related to architectural and preservation options and opportunities in Lawrence County.
We Offer Free -No Cost
OPEN for Walk-Ins:
Thursdays: 6pm - 8pm
By Appointment 10am - 8pm Daily
call our hotline with questions regarding preserving and restoring your home or commercial building
2022 Library Membership
We seek those passionate about saving our precious buildings and educating the general public on how to do so.
As an active member of LCPP, you have the opportunity to engage with other like minded individuals in hosting workshops, educational programing and planning the renovation/opening of the Library and Resource Center.
Your membership provides support for our Library and Resource Center to continue educational programing
and historical preservation engagement.
• 12 Month Membership
• Workshop / Event Discounts and Opportunities
• Member Programs
• Library Guidance and Support
• Volunteer Opportunities
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