Michael Liebel House, 139 West 21st Street (1950's) --- "The house was built in 1882" ---- Michael Liebel, Jr. was the 30th Mayor of Erie and a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.
I created a petition to be sent to the Mayor of Erie and City Council. The petition demands that legislation be passed immediately to outlaw the demolition of property within the City of Erie that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places listings in Erie County, Pennsylvania.
Built in 1821 by George Moore (a former county commissioner, county treasurer and state assemblyman), this home was located on the corner of South Park Row and French Street, it was demolished in 1897 to make room for the former Erie County Public Library Building.
This house once belong to Andrew Blila (1831 - 1919) Andrew Blila came with his family to America in 1833, he was a child of three years at the time, one the first of the German settlers to arrive in Erie. Blila was a survivor of the ill-fated steamship Erie.