Historic Manheim
Preservation Foundation Inc.
Established in 2001 and dedicated to the study and
preservation of our heritage

Located at 27 Market Square, Manheim, PA 17545
Phone: 717-665-5560      Email:
hmpf@manheim1762.org
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about our logo
pictured below.
The Historic Manheim Preservation Foundation (HMPF) is a not-for-profit organization seeking to promote the
preservation of America's heritage and particularly the local heritage of the greater Manheim area.  Located on
the original and unique
Town Square of Manheim, (picture circa 1907), the community of 5,000 people boasts
an important role in the early years of our nation and claims fame as the home and business of Henry William
Stiegel, commonly known as "Baron Stiegel", originator of one of the earliest glass manufacturing operations in
18th century America.  Manheim, founded in 1762 by Henry William Stiegel, includes a designated historic
district in the center of town and retains many 18th and early 19th century structures.

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Nancy Zimmerman     Holly Sigman    Jack Detweiler
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The above oil on canvas was painted by Wayne Fettro.  It depicts 18th century
buildings that at one time existed in the colonial town of Manheim.  Also shown
are forms of the glass that may have been produced by Henry William Stiegel
at his American Flint Glass Manufactory.