Laceyville, Pennsylvania  

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Other points of interest:

Jenny Wren House - This used to be a popular tea room. Today it is a privately owned residence.

Octagon House - Built in the middle of the 19th century. It is a plank house and only one of three in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Today, it is a privately owned residence.

Legal Blank Printery - In 1915 William Ingraham came to Laceyville and established a shop to print legal forms and documents. He leased the building which at one time housed the weekly "Laceyville Messenger". Eventually the business was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jayne who still live in Laceyville and are a wealth of information pertaining to Laceyville history. Today, the building is owned by Ken Patton and the business is still there providing printing services to businesses of Northeastern Pennsylvania.