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Bedford County Alms House

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Location type: House
Location address: United States, Bedford
Number of texts: 1
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Bedford County Alms House, also known as Bedford County Home, is a historic almshouse and national historic district located at Bedford Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania. The district includes six contributing buildings. They are the Alms House (1872-1873), infirmary building (1899), laundry (1900), and a storage shed and two barns built between the early 1900s and about 1950. The Alms House is a four-story, brick building, 13-bays wide and 3-bays deep. It has a hipped roof and features a central tower with porches. The facility closed in 1978.

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