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Houses of Coraopolis, Pennsylvania

Coraopolis, Pennsylvania is simply full of historic homes. Beautiful Victorian, Dutch Colonial, and American Foursquare, among other styles, dot our tree-lined streets. For residents of this Upper Ohio River Valley town, the history of the houses themselves are often a keen point of interest.

History Research Archive for the Borough of Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, near Moon Township, Pennsylvania, in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

HOUSES OF CORAOPOLIS, PENNSYLVANIA

 
 Smith's House in Middletown, September 14, 1907  (Note: If this is the Alvah and Mary Smith from the  1910 US Census  who are listed as Butter Merchants in town, then they resided at  1002 Dillion Ave , which today is  Vance .)

Smith's House in Middletown, September 14, 1907

(Note: If this is the Alvah and Mary Smith from the 1910 US Census who are listed as Butter Merchants in town, then they resided at 1002 Dillion Ave, which today is Vance.)

 (Note: There is a William Ferree, who is a widowed railroad machinist, listed in the  1920 US Census  as head of household at  1512 State Ave .)

(Note: There is a William Ferree, who is a widowed railroad machinist, listed in the 1920 US Census as head of household at 1512 State Ave.)

 
 This log cabin was built in the 1700s by James McCabe, who married the daughter of Robert Vance. They purchased 20 acres of land upon which to build this cabin which they located on State Avenue.

This log cabin was built in the 1700s by James McCabe, who married the daughter of Robert Vance. They purchased 20 acres of land upon which to build this cabin which they located on State Avenue.

 Home of Alfred McCabe, son of James McCabe. He built the additions onto the log cabin and converted it into this State Avenue home around 1800.  (Note: Afred and Margaret McCabe are listed in the  1920 US Census  as living at  1038 State Ave .)

Home of Alfred McCabe, son of James McCabe. He built the additions onto the log cabin and converted it into this State Avenue home around 1800.

(Note: Afred and Margaret McCabe are listed in the 1920 US Census as living at 1038 State Ave.)

 (Note: this appears to be the house to the left of the historic baptist church on State.)

(Note: this appears to be the house to the left of the historic baptist church on State.)

 (Note: The  1920 US Census  indicates that William P McCabe and his wife Nellie lived at  1452 State Ave . William was working as a Statistical Engineer in the steel construction industry.)

(Note: The 1920 US Census indicates that William P McCabe and his wife Nellie lived at 1452 State Ave. William was working as a Statistical Engineer in the steel construction industry.)

 
 Edward and Stella McKown's home on Montour St  (Note: The  1910 US Census  indicates that Edward and Estella McKown resided at  615 Montour St.  Edward works as a self-employed contractor/builder and owns the home.)

Edward and Stella McKown's home on Montour St

(Note: The 1910 US Census indicates that Edward and Estella McKown resided at 615 Montour St. Edward works as a self-employed contractor/builder and owns the home.)

 Cheshey's Residence, 5th & Montour (1894)

Cheshey's Residence, 5th & Montour (1894)

 
 Early 1900s

Early 1900s

 Moreland Home,  1215 Hiland Ave   (NOTE: The  1920 U.S. Census  indicates that Evan & Buella Moreland lived here. Evan works as a foreman in car shops.)

Moreland Home, 1215 Hiland Ave

(NOTE: The 1920 U.S. Census indicates that Evan & Buella Moreland lived here. Evan works as a foreman in car shops.)

 
 (Note: The  1910 US Census  indicates that Thomas F. Watson and his wife Bessie resided at  920 State Ave.  Thomas works as as a merchant in the feed business.)

(Note: The 1910 US Census indicates that Thomas F. Watson and his wife Bessie resided at 920 State Ave. Thomas works as as a merchant in the feed business.)

 (Note: The  1910 US Census  indicates that Mary Watson, a widow, resided at  1116 State Ave. )

(Note: The 1910 US Census indicates that Mary Watson, a widow, resided at 1116 State Ave.)

 
 (Note: The  1910 US Census  indicates that Dr. John J. Crawford and his wife Atlanta resided at  1230 State Ave. )

(Note: The 1910 US Census indicates that Dr. John J. Crawford and his wife Atlanta resided at 1230 State Ave.)

 (Note: The  1910 US Census  indicates that Dr. John J. Crawford and his wife Atlanta resided at  1230 State Ave. )

(Note: The 1910 US Census indicates that Dr. John J. Crawford and his wife Atlanta resided at 1230 State Ave.)

September 1911:

806 6th Ave - William & Florence Laughner Residence

911 McIntyre Ave - SG Stafford Residence

  915 5th Ave  - WJ & Ellen Dithrich Residence

915 5th Ave - WJ & Ellen Dithrich Residence

1608 State Ave - Harry & Jessie Graham Residence

1010 4th Ave - FO Eagles No 1133

1032 State Ave - William & Cora Tredway Residence