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Applewold Borough

Armstrong County, Pennsylvania

Applewold Borough Photo

Photo: Homes along the western side of Allegheny Avenue, Applewold, PA. Photographed by User:Nyttend (own work), 2015, [cc0-by-1.0 (creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/deed.en], via Wikimedia Commons, accessed May, 2016.

Applewold Borough Hall is located at 300 Ridge Avenue, Kittanning PA 16201.
Phone: 724‑543‑1224.

Neighborhoods

Beginnings [1]

This beautiful and restful suburban town is the home of the most cultured and enterprising of the business and professional men of Kittanning. There are no industries or stores here, and the site upon the banks of the Allegheny is one of the finest scenic spots along its course. An artistic schoolhouse is located here for the use of the many little ones of the town.

In 1913 the assessment returns were: Houses and lots, 152; value of same, $110,202; average valuation, $725; six horses and five cows, valued at $200 and $100; taxables, 128; total valuation, $115,162. Money at interest, $41,115.96.

The population in 1900 was 122 and in 1910, 300. It is about the same now [1914].

  1. Armstrong County Pennsylvania: Her People Past and Present, Volume I, J. H. Beers & Co., Chicago, 1914

Nearby Towns: Ford City Boro • Kittanning Boro • Manor Township • Manorville Boro • West Kittanning Boro •