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Adopt A Book

Pallet of historic Deed BooksThe Bucks County Recorder of Deeds has introduced the Adopt a Book Program to save historic Deed Books, some of which date back to 1684. From documents signed by William Penn to post civil war documents printed on paper made in part with recycled Union uniforms, these books are ink-faded, stained, frayed and in some cases, even moldy. While the documents have all been microfilmed, the books are still requested on a regular basis.

The Recorder of Deeds is dedicated to restoring the deed books and preserving the history of Bucks County landowners. To that end, the office is having 700 of the oldest books treated and rebound, which will add up to 250 years to the life of the documents. 

The Adopt a Book program invites the community to become part of the process. For as little as $10, Friends of Bucks County can Adopt a Deed book continue the preservation of history in Bucks County.

Adopt a Book Program

Outside Cover of historic Deed Book$10 to $499 - Certificate of Thanks
$500 to $1999 - Certificate of Thanks and inclusion on Adopt a Book Plaque
$2000 and up - Certificate of Thanks, inclusion on Adopt a Book Plaque and name memorialized in a restored Deed Book

Checks can be made payable to: 
Bucks County Recorder of Deeds Adopt-a-Book
Mail Donations to:
Bucks County Recorder of Deeds
55 E. Court Street, 2nd Floor
Doylestown, PA 18901

Bucks County Office of Recorder of Deeds
Robin Robinson, Recorder of Deeds
Gail Humphrey, First Deputy
Jordan Yeager, Esq., Solicitor

Bucks County Courthouse
55 East Court St, 2nd Floor 
Doylestown, PA 18901
Phone: 215-348-6209