^Miller, Benjamin LeRoy (1941). "Toponymy". Geology of Lehigh and Northampton Counties, Pennsylvania. 4 1. Harrisburg, PA: Pennsylvania Geological Survey. p. 78. "Pleasant Corner(s), Heidelberg Township; originally named Holben(s)ville for Jacob Holben who erected a foundry there in 1850. It was changed to its present name by Owen Hunsicker, Daniel Rex and Abraham Peter because of its desirable location, about 1857. The first post office there, established in 1873, was called Jordan Post Office."