Saxonburg History
Saxonburg was established by John Roebling, designer and builder of the Brooklyn Bridge, in 1832. The buildings in this section have been standing since anywhere from 1835 - 1860. These photographs show a progression over the years of some of the buildings in Saxonburg.
209 West Main Street was the home, office and drug store of Dr. Mershon. The photographs were made available by the current owner of the building Jenny Nelson.

245 West Main Street - the photographs in this section have been made available by Kathy Allen, Peter Watt and the Saxonburg Museum

310 West Main Street was developed as the St. Luke's Lutheran Church in 1869. The land was doanted by Washington Roebling John's son. The photographs were provided by the Saxonburg Museum.

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I am looking for an old photograph of the Maurhoff residence at 257 W. Main St. Saxonburg, PA. I already have several of the stores but not the house where the Maurhoff's lived.