Governor Wolf Building

45 North Second Street

Governor Wolf Building

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Built in 1893, the Governor Wolf School building has elaborate brickwork, stained glass windows, a bell tower and a spiral staircase in the left tower. The stone entry, called Penny Arch, is topped by a marble globe of the world paid for by school children’s pennies. The Wolf Building now houses Northampton County Human Services. The former school on North Second Street was named for Governor Wolf of Easton, founder of the Pennsylvania Free Public School System and proponent of the 1834 School Act.

Northampton County Human Services - 610.559.3010


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