History of 22 South 3rd Street


IMG_20140421_121005_924The Masonic building was patented to Richard and Thomas Penn, January 18, 1763, known then as lot 96 (22 South 3rd Street) to be used for the county prision. It was used until 1871 when the jail was moved to/the new Court House site. The original document is housed in the Sigal Museum.