JU Childhood Home approved for National Register listing

The John Updike Society today received notice that The John Updike Childhood Home was formally approved for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places. The other Pennsylvania property approved this round on April 22, 2019 was Oaks Cloister in Philadelphia.

About James Plath, Family Home Theater

Film critic since 2000 and member of the Online Film Critics Society since 2005 whose reviews are linked to the Internet Movie Database (Imdb.com) and Rotten Tomatoes (Approved Tomatometer Critic).
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