The Pillow Historical Society is a community organization dedicated to preserving the heritage of the borough of Pillow, PA and the surrounding areas. The organization has published a history book, calendars with historic photos, and Christmas cards. The society also acquired the church building once the home of the Zion Lutheran Church established by the Reverend Michael Enterline in 1785. This historic church building is currently the home of the Pillow Historical Society Museum.
There is much more to learn about this quaint little town of 300 residents. You can become active with the Historical Society, purchase one of our history books, or link onto the Pillow web site for additional information about Pillow go to pillowpa.org.
A view of North Union Street from the corner on Market Street. The school is on the left side in the distance.
Pillow is located at the northernmost point of Dauphin County. It is situated on about one half square mile of fertile farmlands and surrounded by mountains and water.