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Horsham Preservation & Historical Association

...the Future of Horsham's Past

Horsham Preservation and Historical Association

  • Daffodil Cupcakes by Elizabeth Joyce Custom Cakes for our 2015 Daffodil Days celebration .. tasted as good as they looked

  • photo of Indenture on display at Horsham Library

    restored original indenture date 3 feb 1718 transferring Samuel Carpenter's land holdings in Horsham to his wife and children. Donated to HPHA by Joseph H (Buck) Penrose Jr

  • photo of Sheep grazing at Keith House

    undated photo showing sheep grazing om front of the Keith House near what is probably now the parking lot.

  • photo of Frank Palmer on 68 Cherokee at Turner Field

    A 1968 photo of Frank Palmer on his father's Cherokee 160 at Turner Field, which was based there in the 1960s & 70s.

  • photo of girls in Strawbridge Library with table decorated for Christmas

    Some of our younger members all dressed up for our 2015 Covered Dish Supper shown here in the newly restored Strawbridge Library

  • photo of summer picnic 2012

    forget to take pictures until the picnic was almost over so only a few folks left. A beautiful August day at the Penrose Strawbridge House with lots of great friends.

  • photo of Cindy, Ted, and Pete in Beekeeping Suits

    Our beekeeper Ted with helpers Cindy and Peter suiting up to start the harvest of honey

  • Novotny frt finished

    c1753 Novotny House saved from demolition by HPHA and restored by CD Kaller Inc.

Welcome to HPHA
the Horsham Preservation and Historical Association

The Horsham Preservation & Historical Association (HPHA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation based in Horsham Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA dedicated to identifying, studying, preserving and protecting the historical heritage, buildings and artifacts of our area.

We are a community benefit organization!

The Sir William Keith House/Graeme Park, the Horsham Friends Meeting House, the Kenderdine Mill, and, the Penrose-Strawbridge House (currently under restoration by HPHA) are only some of our many historical treasures.

Located in southeastern PA, just north of Philadelphia, Horsham is in an area rich in history going back to our colonial period.

Horsham today is a thriving suburban community and was recently named one of the best places to live in the US based in part on our rich legacy. We'll be updating this site frequently as we continue to document this history and update progress on our restoration projects. If you have something to add to our record or are interested in the history of the area, please contact us and/or become a member!

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Horsham Preservation and Historical Association
The Future of Horsham's Past
900 Governors Rd | Horsham, PA USA 19044
Email | 215-343-0659
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