In the early 1900s Temple Village was home to about 1,000 people; it was noted for sand, limestone, and stocking manufacture industries.
The government of the Borough of Temple was dissolved in 1999. The area became part of Muhlenburg Township.
- A. E. Wagner, Ph.D., F. W. Balthaser, M.E., and D.K. Hoch, The Story of Berks County Pennsylvania, Eagle Book ad Job Press, Reading, 1913
Temple Village Map
10th Avenue • 11th Avenue • 4th Avenue • 5th Avenue • 6th Avenue • 7th Avenue • 8th Avenue • Barn Place • Darby Avenue • Elnore Avenue • Hay Road • Kutztown Road • Midway Avenue • Miller Street • Park Avenue • Temple Boulevard North • Temple Boulevard South • Water Street
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