HGAC's Architectural Salvage Warehouse is located
at the Daniel Lady Farm, 986 Hanover Road, Gettysburg, PA
Every third Saturday, April through October
10 AM to 2 PM
July 21st, 2018
check back often for additional dates and times
and to see some of the newer items that we are offering for sale!
All purchases support HGAC's ongoing preservation efforts!
New to the Warehouse ... Brick Pavers ($1.75
and Picket Fence Sections
During the winter
months Barry Towers and Regina Hollar will open the warehouse to accept vintage items as donations and for spur-of-the-moment
in the area shopping discoveries.
chic window trims, grandma's cast iron kitchen sinks, multi-paneled doors, shutters, metal radiator covers, wavy glass civil
war era windows, glass insulators, fireplace mantles, lamp parts and globes, cast iron locks, doorknobs, military books, restored
and caned maple dining chairs. More discoveries and re-purposing projects await the alert shopper.
Period donations welcome!
For more information, please contact Regina Hollar, 717-334-8312
or Barry Towers, 717-677-6400
The Architectural Warehouse Committee meets the Second Tuesday of the Month
at 7 PM at the G.A.R. Hall
All proceeds of our sales and additional donations will
help fund HGAC's preservation efforts in Adams County,
as well as the upkeep of our historic G.A.R. Hall.
The warehouse will be open the third Saturday of each month April through October from 10 AM to 2 PM
and at other times by contacting Barry Towers (717-677-6400) or Regina Hollar (717-334-8312).
We will be happy to set-up a time for delivery of your donations or to make purchases at your convenience.
Items on our donation wish list (things people ask for and we do not
always have) include:
old bricks, French doors, old hardware knobs and locks, wide trims for shelving, and fretwork.
All proceeds from the sales at the HGAC warehouse are utilized in HGAC's preservation efforts!
We have vintage salvaged
windows, shutters, doors, barn doors, light fixtures, locks and hinges,
chalkboards, bricks, fencing, and miscellaneous items
donated from homes, businesses,
and barns in the Adams
Persons restoring older homes and buildings will find
many useful items.
Some items have been recycled into 21st century home décor by handy craftpersons.