Manor Borough

Westmoreland County


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Looking Back

Manor Borough was incorporated January 1890 and has now reached its 125th+ Anniversary. It has grown from an agricultural / coal mining town to what it is today. Those interested in history may find the following links, photos, and scans informative. Submissions are welcome (postcards, photos, business cards, newspaper articles, etc.) as space allows. Either stop by the Borough Office for the item to be scanned or email your submission (link or scan) to adminstrator @ These links are a sampling of Manor (Station) history found via web searches.

Manor Centennial


The PA House of Representatives' Citation of Manor's 100 year anniversary. And some residents will remember this poster and event.

The Manor School Bell

Outside of Nextier (formerly Manor) Bank


Old Manor Station

Pennsylvania Railroad Depot

prr depot

Postcard circa 1930s

Aerial View

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Old Manor Station

PRR Depot

prr depot

Postcard circa 1910s

View of Railroad Street Looking East

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Beamer Handle Company

Postcard Circa 1911


Postcard Race Street

Circa 1912


Manor School

Postcard Circa 1912

1912 School


Circa 1950s - Photo via eBay

56 squad

Manor School

Postcard Circa 1913 - Photo via Card Cow

Manor School

Manor VFD Band

Circa 1900s

VFD Band

Manor Bank

Postcard Circa 1910s

Manor Bank

Manor Sports

Picture Circa 1911 - Manor Quakers Football

Manor Bank

Manor Quakers Football Team Circa 1912

Manor Quakers

Manor Sports

Picture Circa 1919 - Manor Quakers Football

Manor Bank

1966 Newspaper Article

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Manor Quakers

Manor Sports

Picture Circa 1920 - Manor Baseball Team

Manor Bank

Manor Field

Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Pirates

Due to its proximity to the railroad station, legend has it Manor Field (also known as the American Legion Field) hosted many baseball teams including the Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Pirates as well as other local teams.Several of the Manor "old timers" recall Honus Wagner playing at the Manor Ball field. Google searches have not uncovered any definitive information , so it is likely these games were exhibition or charity games. Rumors, legends, and memories suggest Manor Field has a rich history going back to the 1890s.

Tribune Review

October 2005

Interesting article on how a group of residents are trying to document Manor history. This book is available for purchase at the Manor Bank and the Manor Public Library.

Manor Homes