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President's House

Architect: Edward T. Potter
Dates: c. 1866
Type: Residential

Defining the Lehigh Presidency

Price Hall

Architects: Remodeled by A. W. Leh
Dates: 1899 Purchased by Lehigh University, 1916-1917 Remodel
Type: Commercial, Residential, Academic
Name Variations: Old Brewery, Rennig Brewery, Die Alte Brauerei

Prospect Avenue Home

In 1939 Bethlehem Steel went into the real estate business.  During this time, one of my favorite neighborhoods was developed.

Rathbone Dining Hall

Architects: Connor Architecture, Remodel
Dates: 1971-1972; 2006 Remodel
Type: Academic, Dining
In honor of Monroe J. Rathbone, '21

Rennig Street

"At the top of our street, at Packer Avenue was a fraternity. I think it was Theta Xi...for Lehigh - Lafayette weekend, they decorated the outside of the campus. I remember the one year they had a leopard and the students put a hose in the leopard to it would cry.

Rose Garden Park

In 1927, the City of Bethlehem bought the land for this seven and a half acre park. In addition to the rose garden, the park includes a bandshell where Bethlehem's bands put on concerts during the summer.

Sayre Park

Architect: ---
Patrons: Robert H. Sayre and the Sayre Family
Type: Park, Residential
Dates: 1909

St. Cyril and Methodius 617 Pierce St, Bethlehem, PA 18015

"Saint Cyril’s"

Saints Cyril and Methodius Roman Catholic Church

St. John Capistrano 910 E 4th St, Bethlehem, PA 18015

Saint John Capistrano


"I just sat there and said to myself, 'This is the last.'  It was sad.  It was the end of an era."--parishioner Margaret Tarola, on the 2008 final mass   


St. John's Windish Evangelical Lutheran Church

Trdi Grad Je Nas Boug Zmozsni

“A Mighty Fortress is Our God”