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601 School Street
Coraopolis, PA, 15108
United States

Welcome to Coraopolis History Archive!  On this site, the history of Cory, PA comes alive through the images and stories of those who have called Coraopolis home throughout the years.  Come browse through historic postcards or read about the history of the businesses and industrialists that put Coraopolis on the map.  Also featured is Maiden City Blog, which explains the story of the borough through engaging posts. Looking for volunteer opportunities to make our community better? Coraopolis History Archive has that as well!  Check us out and tell a friend!


History Research Archive for the Borough of Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, near Moon Township, Pennsylvania, in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, including Coraopolis Cemeteries, Coraopolis Maps, Coraopolis Industries, and Coraopolis Photographs.

Historical Resource Survey Form

 Coraopolis Historical Resource Survey

Fill in the following fields to submit a request to the Coraopolis Historical Society. We will take the information you provide, research our records, and provide you with an updated form which will also be filed in our permanent archive for future generations. Don’t know anything about the history of your house or business? No problem! You only need to fill in what you know - even if that’s only the address.

Name *
Your residence must appear on the Coraopolis voting map. Currently, we're not researching homes in Moon, Sewickley, Robinson, or on Neville Island.
If you know the style of your house, let us know! (Examples include Victorian, Craftsman, Queen Anne, etc.)
Let us know in what year or decade you think your house may have been built.
If you happen to know or suspect who may have built or designed your house, let us know. Perhaps it was a local hardware company like McKown & Beattie, or maybe it was a Sears or Kaufmann's Kit Home. If you know or suspect any of these, please let us know.
Let us know any details you know about prior owners or the origins of your property, including any major renovations you're aware of. Really, just anything you think might help us in our research, or that you think might interest future residents.