Crawford County, Pennsylvania


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Crawford County History
INDEX TO ARTICLES
 1973-2015 
 This is an index, by suject matter, to the newsletter published by the Crawford County Historical Society from 1973 to present.
  Featured articles are shown in bold print.
* = subject begins within main article

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z
 some specific topics: 
ART · BENCH & BAR · BUILDINGS · BUSINESS & INDUSTRY · CIVIL WAR · EDUCATION · NEWSPAPERS · POLITICS · RAILROADS · WATERWAYS

volume number(s) date(s)
I1 through 6Summer 1973; Winter 1974; Summer 1974; Summer 1975; Winter 1976; Autumn 1976
II1 through 6Spring 1977; Winter 1977; [no date]; [no date]; [no date]; [no date]
III1 through 6[no date]; [?]; Winter 1982; Fall 1982; Winter 1983; Summer 1983
IV1 through 6Winter 1984; Summer 1984; Winter 1985; Fall 1985; Spring 1986; Fall 1986
V7Winter 1987
VI1 and 2Fall 1987; Summer 1988
VII3Fall 1989
VIII1 and 2Spring 1990; Fall 1990
IX1 and 2Spring 1991; Fall 1991
X1 and 2Spring 1992; Fall 1992
XI1Spring 1993
XII1 and 2Spring 1994; Fall 1994
XIII1 and 2Spring 1995; Fall 1995
XIV1 and 2Spring 1996; Fall 1996
XV1 and 2Spring 1997; Fall 1997
XVI1 and 2Spring 1998; Fall 1998
XVII1 and 2Spring 1999; Fall 1999
XVIII1 and 2Spring 2000; Fall 2000
XIX1 and 2Spring 2001; Fall 2001
XX1 through 3January 2002; May 2002; September 2002
XXI1 through 3January 2003; Summer 2003; Autumn 2003
XXII1 through 3Winter 2004; Summer 2004; Autumn 2004
XXIII1 through 3Winter 2005; Summer 2005; Autumn 2005
XXIV1 through 3Winter 2006; Summer 2006; Autumn 2006
XXV1 through 3January 2007; Summer 2007; Autumn 2007
XXVI1 through 3Winter 2008; Spring 2008; Autumn 2008
XXVII1 and 2Winter 2009; Autumn 2009
XXVIII1Summer 2010
XXIX1Winter 2010
December 2012
Summer 2013; Winter 2013
Spring 2014; Fall 2014
Spring 2015
Fall 2015

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Abolition:  see JOHN BROWN and SLAVERY, below
African Americans in Crawford County, 1800-1950  XVIII-1(Spring 2000):5; XIX-1(Spring 2001):11
ALDEN
Roger Alden—Land baron  II-1(Spring 1977):1-2*
Major Roger Alden – The Man Behind Alden’s Mills  XXIX-2(Summer 2006):10 [portrait]
ALLEGHENY COLLEGE
454 House  (Fall 2015):5* [photo]
Bentley Hall  XI-1(Spring 1993):1-3 [photos]
Bentley Hall bell  XXVI-1(Winter 2008):3* [photos]
Timothy Alden’s Sources for the Design of Bentley Hall  XI-2(Fall 1993):4
Ford Chapel  (December 2012):4*
Happy Birthday  (Fall 2015):8 [photo]
The Trees of Allegheny  XVII-2(Fall 1999):1-3 [photos]
Architecture:  see BUILDINGS, below
ART (Sculptures, Statuary, etc.)
We Have Art in Our Attic  XX-1(Jan. 2002):10
Audobon, John James (1824 visit)  XXVII-1(Winter 2009):1 [portraits]
CreekFest Art Exhibit  XXIV-1(Winter 2006):7 [painting]
French Creek Art Fair  XXIV-2(Summer 2006):5 [photo]
Saegertown Heritage Society Murals  (Fall 2014):7,10 [photos]
Selden, George Shattuck & Elizabeth—portraits  XXIII-2(Summer 2005):1; XXV-2(Summer 2007):6
Shippen Fountain  XX-1(Jan. 2002):1 [photo]
Sturdevant, Austa Densmore—Clare Dent Collection  (Fall 2014):8 [photo]
Themis, Goddess of Justice & Equality  XXVI-3(Autumn 2008):1 [photo]
Thompson, Alexander, M.D. (1820 - 1885) of Meadville  XXVIII-1(Summer 2010):8-9 [portrait]
Atkinson, Thomas—Pioneer Editor and Good Citizen  II-6:1-3 [portrait]
ATLANTIC & GREAT WESTERN RAILROAD
The Deput Trip Over the Atlantic & Great Western Railroad [reprint]  XXV-3(Autumn 2007):8-9 [photo]
Audobon, John James (1824 visit)  XXVII-1(Winter 2009):1 [portraits]
 

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Baldwin, (Hon.) Henry  I-5(Winter 1976):4
Justice Was Served—judges sponsor portrait of Henry Baldwin  (Winter 2013):4,7 [photos]
Oration on the breaking ground for the French Creek Canal feeder [1827 reprint]  XXIV-3(Autumn 2006):8
Original Owner of the Baldwin-Reynolds House  (Summer 2013):1 [portrait; photo]
BALDWN-REYNOLDS HOUSE  II-2(Winter 1977):2; III-3(Winter 1982):3; XX-3(Sept. 2002):1 [photo]
Antique Quilts, from the Baldwin Reynolds House Collection  XXVI-2(Spring 2008):1 [photo]
Barstow range  XVI-2(Fall 1998):3-5 [photos]
Baldwin-Reynolds House Gets a Facelift  XXVII-2(Autumn 2009):2 [photos]
Campaign/Restoration Fund  XVII-1(Spring 1999):3
Curator’s report  VIII-1(Spring 1990):3 [photo]; VIII-2(Fall 1990):2 [photo]; XIII-1(Spring 1995):3; XIII-2(Fall 1995):4; XIV-1(Spring 1996):3-4; XV-2(Fall 1997):3; XVI-1(Spring 1998):4; XVIII-2(Fall 2000):4-5
Ice house  IV-4(Fall 1985):3 [photo]
Georgia Lewis - Recollections and History of the Baldwin-Reynolds House  XXIX-1(Winter 2010):10
Museum Room Completed  VI-2(Summer 1988):3
Orginal Owner of the Baldwin-Reynolds House  (Summer 2013):1 [portrait; photo]
Portraits
     Portrait unveiled  (Winter 2013):4,7 [photos]
     Restored Portraits on View  XI-1(Spring 1993):5
     Alexander Thompson, M.D. (1820 - 1885) of Meadville  XXVIII-1(Summer 2010):8-9 [portrait]
Society Observes 25th Anniversary  VI-2(Summer 1988):1,4-5
Summer at the Museum: Diversity in Action  XXI-2(Summer 2003):7 [photo]
Tours  II-3:4
Trees of Christmas  V-7(Winter 1987):3 [photo]; X-2(Fall 1992):6; XVIII-2(Fall 2000):11; XX-3(Sept. 2002):7-8 [photos]
Wedding exhibit (1980)  II-6:5 [photos]
Barnsdall, Theodore Newton: The Paul Bunyan of the Oil Fields  IV-1(Winter 1984):1,4 [photo]
BENCH & BAR
Baldwin, (Hon.) Henry  I-5(Winter 1976):4
Justice Was Served—judges sponsor portrait of Henry Baldwin  (Winter 2013):4,7 [photos]
Church, Gaylord’s Gothic Mansion  (Winter 2013):3,6 [photos]
Church, Judge Pearson  XVI-2(Fall 1998):1-3 [photo]
Roddy, Thomas—hearing trumpet  XXIV-3(Autumn 2006):5
Selden, George Shattuck & Elizabeth—portraits  XXIII-2(Summer 2005):1; XXV-2(Summer 2007):6
Shafer, Raymond P.  XXV-2(Jan. 2007):1 [photo]
Shippen, Judge Henry:  see The Shippens of Crawford County  XX-1(Jan. 2002):3-4 [photos]
Bells of Crawford County  XXVI-1(Winter 2008):3-4,9 [photos]; XXVI-2(Spring 2008):8 [photo]; XXVI-3(Autumn 2008):6 [photos]
Bentley Hall  XI-1(Spring 1993):1-3 [photos]
Bentley Hall bell  XXVI-1(Winter 2008):3* [photos]
See also Timothy Alden’s Sources for the Design of Bentley Hall  XI-2(Fall 1993):4
Isaac Berlin and the Pennsylvania Long Rifle  XXI-2(Summer 2003):3-4 [photos]
Bicentennial briefs  I-5(Winter 1976):3
Blacksmith Shops & Foundries Made an Impact on the Business Community  XXIV-1(Winter 2006):3-4 [illustrated]
BOUSSON
Bousson Sisters  I-6(Autumn 1976):3 [photos]
From Rags to Riches, and Back  VIII-2(Fall 1990):1,4-6 [photos]
Bridges (Meadville)  XXIII-2(Summer 2005):4 [photo]
BROWN, JOHN
John Brown and the Causes of the Civil War  XVIII-1(Spring 2000):1-3
Echoes of Harper’s Ferry - The Kennedy Farmhouse  XXVI-3(Autumn 2008):3-4 [photos]
Good Friend, M. B. Lowry II-3:2
Researching in the Society’s archives  XXIII-3(Autumn 2005):3-4 [photo]
BUILDINGS
454 House, Allegheny College  (Fall 2015):5* [photo]
Armory, Meadville  (Summer 2013):3* [photo]
Bentley Hall  XI-1(Spring 1993):1-3 [photos]
See also Timothy Alden’s Sources for the Design of Bentley Hall  XI-2(Fall 1993):4
Col. Phineas B. Carpenter, Crawford County Builder  IX-2(Fall 1991):5-7 [photos]
Gaylord Church’s Gothic Mansion  (Winter 2013):3, 6 [photos]
Crawford County’s Preservation Record Still Dismal  IV-2(Summer 1984)1,4 [photos]
Arthur Cullum Mansion Lost to January Fire  (Spring 2014):7 [photos]
Ellis, Francis Marion - Architect  (Fall 2015):6,8 [photo]
Ford Chapel  (December 2012):4*
William Dick house  II-4:4 [photo]
Historical Building to House Springboro Public Library  XV-2(Fall 1997):6-7 [photo]
Holland House  (Summer 2013):4* [photo]
Huidekoper properties  XXVI-2(Spring 2008):12
Frederick Huidekoper’s Dream Home  XXVII-2(Autumn 2009):6-8 [photos; elevations]
McClintock-Fuller House  (December 2012):4*
The 1868 James E. McFarland House  (Fall 2015):7 [photos]
The McGill House (Saegertown)  XIX-2(Spring 2001):9
Meadville’s Architectural Heritage  XXIII-3(Autumn 2005):6
Meadville’s Market House  XXII-3(Autumn 2004):1,3 [photos]
Oil Region Alliance Preservation Awards  XXVIII-1(Summer 2010):4
Old House Fair  XVII-2(Fall 1999):10-11; XX-1(Jan. 2002):9; XXIII-1(Winter 2005):5 [photos]; XXIV-1(Winter 2006):7; XXVI-1(Winter 2008):7; XXVI-2(Spring 2008):12
Second Parish Hall of Christ Church, Meadville - 1890-1963  XXVIII-1(Summer 2010):10-11 [illustrated]
Preservation Awards  XXIV-3(Autumn 2006):1,5 [photos]; (December 2012):4 [photos]; (Fall 2015):4-5 [photos]
Reuter Block, Meadville  (December 2012):4*
S. B. Dick Hose building, Meadville  (Summer 2013):3-4* [photo]
Scheide Houses, Titusville  (Fall 2015):4-5* [photos]
A Tale of Two Opera Houses  (Fall 2014):6,11 [illustrated]
Tarr Mansion and Family History  (Fall 2014):1,3-5 [photos]
See also Francis Marion Ellis, Architect  (Fall 2015):6,8
Twelve Apostles Lutheran Church, Saegertown  (Summer 2013):3* [photo]
See also BALDWIN-REYNOLDS HOUSE, above
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
Blacksmith Shops & Foundries Made an Impact on the Business Community  XXIV-1(Winter 2006):3-4 [illustrated]
Bringing Home the Gold—David Dick Writes from London, 1851  XXV-2(Summer 2007):1 [photos]
Exposition Park - Rising from the Ashes: The Exposition Park Fire of 1908  (Fall 2015):1,3 [illustrated]
Harmonsburg’s Marl and Lime Works  III-3(Winter 1982):1, 6 [photo]
Jewelers—Meadville  (Winter 2013):1, 4 [photos]
The Johnson’s Auto Service Store [book review] XXVI-1(Winter 2007):5
Keystone View Company   II-4:6*
Saegertown Bottling Company  (Fall 2014):7*
Spirella Corset Company  XXV-1(Spring 2007):6 [photos]
See also HOTELS, MILLS, NEWSPAPERS, OIL, RAILROADS, TRADESMEN, below
 

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CAMBRIDGEBORO/CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS
Cronkinole and the Cambridgeboro-Canadian Connection  VIII-1(Spring 1990):1,4-5 [photo]
     See also Anyone for Cronkinole?  III-1(Spring 1995):6
Entertainment Establishments in Cambridge Springs  XX-3(Sept. 2002):9-10 [photos]
Canal system  V-7(Winter 1987):1,4 [photo]
Canal Park Project  V-7(Winter 1987):6 [photo]; VI-2(Summer 1988):1-2
Low Bridge! A Canal Comes to Crawford County  XXIII-1(Winter 2005):3-4 [photos]
Carpenter, Col. Phineas B. of Conneautville, Crawford County Builder  IX-2(Fall 1991):5-7 [photos]
CARRIAGES
Built to Last (L.C. Grave’s)  XVII-1(Spring 1999):1-2 [photos]
Carter, John J.—Titusville Medal of Honor Winner   (December 2012):1,3 [photos]
CEMETERIES
Cemetery Walking  XXIV-3(Autumn 2006):6
Courtney tombstone restored  XVII-2(Fall 1999):6
Dunham Cemetery  XXVIII-1(Summer 2010):6-7 [photos]
Venango Cemetery  (Fall 2015):5* [photo]
Centennial celebration  II-6:6; III-1:1-2 [photo]
CHURCH
Gaylord Church’s Gothic Mansion  (Winter 2013):3, 6 [photos]
Judge Pearson Church  XVI-2(Fall 1998):1-3 [photo]
CHURCHES
Christ Episcopal Church, Meadville—Second Parish Hall (1890-1963)  XXVIII-1(Summer 2010):10-11 [illustrated]
First Presbyterian  (Fall 2015):4 [photo]
St. Hippolyte’s, Frenchtown [photo]  I-7(Autumn 1976):2
Twelve Apostles Lutheran Church, Saegertown  (Summer 2013):3* [photo]
CIVIL WAR
105th PVI Regimental Band  XXVI-1(Winter 2008):1
3rd Lieutenant Tad Lincoln, 150th Regiment, Company K  XXI-3(Autumn 2003):3-4 [photos]
John Brown and the Causes of the Civil War  XVIII-1(Spring 2000):1-3
John J. Carter, Titusville Medal of Honor Winner   (December 2012):1,3 [photos]
The Civil War Letters of Alexis-Constant Roche  X-2(Fall 1992):1-3 [photos]
Civil War Diary to be Published (Seth Waid III)  X-2(Fall 1992):5
Crawford County Medal of Honor Winners  (December 2012):1* [photo]
Crawford Democrat—reprinted articles from 1865  (Spring 2015):5
Crawford Journal—reprinted articles from 1864  (Spring 2014):6; (Fall 2014):9
Exciting War News! [reprint, 1861]  XXIX-1(Winter 2010):1,3
How a Blockade Runner was Caught [reprint, 1864]  (Winter 2013):5-6
Impact of Gettysburg on Local Family - The Huidekopers  (Summer 2013):5-8 [photos]
Letter from the Bucktails [reprint, 1862]  (December 2012):6
Message from the Governor [reprint, 16 April 1861]  XXIX-1(Winter 2010):4
Frederick Huidekoper Advises His Nephew About Enlistment  XXIX-1(Winter 2010):5-6
Return of a Union Prisoner from Richmond [reprint, 1862]  (December 2012):6
A Room for the Civil War Collection  XXVI-2(Spring 2008):5 [diagram]
Civil War Roundtable  XXIV-1(Winter 2006):5; XXIV-3(Autumn 2006):7 [photos]; XXV-1(Spring 2007):8 [photo]; XXVI-1(Winter 2008):6
Roe Reisinger  XXVI-2(Spring 2008):3-4
The Soldier’s Memorial Monument of Crawford County  XIII-1(Spring 1995):1-2 [photo]; XXV-2(Summer 2007):8 [photos]
Summerhill Township’s Civil War Monument [1866 reprint]  XXIX-1(Winter 2010):9
Clancy, Lawrence—blacksmith ledger (1800-1805)  II-1(Spring 1977):3
COCHRANTON
Cochranton 1880—Law and Oratory  III-3(Winter 1982):4
Preservation of the Cochranton Railroad Station  XI-2(Fall 1993):1-2 [photos]
Commune—Richmond [photo]  I-3(Summer 1974):1-2
CONNEAUT LAKE
Conneaut Lake Ice Company  XXIV-1(Winter 2006):10 [photo]
Rising from the Ashes: The Exposition Park Fire of 1908  (Fall 2015):1,3 [illustrated]
Glimpses of Local History (excerpts)  IX-2(Fall 1991):1,3-5 [photos]
CONNEAUTVILLE
The Walton Stone Machine  XX-2(May 2002):9 [drawing]
The Conneautville Courier  XX-1(Jan. 2002):11
CONTRIBUTORS
Baxter, Celeste A.  II-4:3-5
Borthwick, Rebecca  IV-5(Spring 1986):4
Burkett, Carl K., Jr.  III-3:1, 6
Cameron, Mary  XX-2(May 2002):3-4
DeMaison, Alan  (Spring 2014):1,4
Docter, Dale H.  XX-3(Sept. 2002):9-10
Domnick, Diane Shafer  (Fall 2014):1
Edinger, E. P.  XXIII-3(Autumn 2005):3-4
Getchell, Halver W.  VI-2(Summer 1988):1,4-5
Giddens, Paul H.  II-4:1-3
Hazen, “Charlie”  III-1(Spring 1995):3
Helmreich, Jonathan E.  XVII-2(Fall 1999):1-3 [photo]
Horton, Ralph “Bill”  X-1(Spring 1992):1-3
Ilisevich, Robert D.  XVIII-1(Spring 2000):1-3
Johnson, Zada  XXV-2(Summer 2007):9
Juleus, Nels  XII-1(Spring 1994):1-2
Karasick, Norman and Dorothy  IV-1(Winter 1984):1,4
Kovac, Betty  XX-1(Jan. 2002):11
Lindsey, Alton A.  VI-1(Fall 1987):1,4; XIV-2(Fall 1996):1-2
Lynch, Annette L.  XI-2(Fall 1993):3
Mattocks, Ron  (Fall 2015):1,3
Mellon, M. G.  IV-4(Fall 1985):1,4
Merrick, Wayne R.  XIII-2(Fall 1995):1-2
Moore, William B.  II-4:5; III-3(Winter 1982):4; IX-1(Spring 1991):4-7; IX-2(Fall 1991):5-7; XI-2(Fall 1993):1-2,3; XIX-2(Spring 2001):3; XXII-1(Winter 2004):3-4,8; XXVIII-1(Summer 2010):10-11; (Spring 2014):3, 7; (Fall 2015):6,8 & 7
Petruso, John D.  XVIII-2(Fall 2000):1-3 [photo]; XXVI-2(Spring 2008):6-8
Poux, Paul T.  VIII-2(Fall 1990):1,4-6; X-2(Fall 1992):1-3
Powers, Pat  XII-2(Fall 1994):1-2
Przybylek, Leslie A.  XIII-1(Spring 1995):1-2
Scott, Faith  XVII-1(Spring 1999):1-2
Seely, Frederick F.  II-5:1-3
Sites, John C.  XVI-1(Spring 1998):1-3 [photo]
Skinner, Don Covill (Chaplain)  XI-1(Spring 1993):1-3
Stewart, Anne W.  XVI-2(Fall 1998):1-2 [photo]
Trimble, William F.  III-4(Fall 1982):1, 7
Walker, Robert L. (Judge)  IX-1(Spring 1991):1-3 [photo]
Weymer, Peg  X-1(Spring 1992):3-4
White, Katie  VIII-1(Spring 1990):1,4-5
Williams, Ken P.  II-6:1-3
Wilson, Linda  XX-2(May 2002):11; XX-3(Sept. 2002):10-11
Cooper, Peter, Meadville Horseman  (December 2012):5,7 [photo]
Cornplanter: It is a Long Time Since They Are Gone  XXV-2(Summer 2007):9 [portrait]
County Infirmary [1907 reprints]  XXVI-2(Spring 2008):11; XXVI-3(Autumn 2008):10
Courtney, Adelaide  II-3:2 [photo]; VII-3(Fall 1989):4
COURTS
Church, Judge Pearson  XVI-2(Fall 1998):1-3 [photo]
Papers Microfilmed with State Grant  XVI-2(Fall 1998):7
CRAWFORD COUNTY
A Significant Past: African Americans in Crawford County, 1800-1950  XVIII-1(Spring 2000):5
     See also African American Photo Exhibit a Success  XVIII-2(Fall 2000):6
Archives survey  II-6:3-4
Bates, S.P.’s Description of “The Way It Was”  XV-1(Spring 1997):1-2
Bells of Crawford County  XXVI-1(Winter 2008):3-4 [photos]
Crawford County Home for the Poor [1907 reprints]  XXVI-2(Spring 2008):11; XXVI-3(Autumn 2008):10
Crawford County Medal of Honor Winners  (December 2012):1* [photo]
Two Crawford County Epic Poets  XXII-1(Winter 2004):3-4,8
Col. Phineas B. Carpenter, Crawford County Builder  IX-2(Fall 1991):5-7 [photos]
Direct primary system  II-4:1-3
Hotels: Looking for a Place to Stay  XXVI-2(Spring 2008):6-8 [photos]
Land Barons  II-1(Spring 1977):1-2
Crawford County’s Liberty Party is Formed (1844-1845)  XXIV-2(Summer 2006):8
Genealogical Society  II-2(Winter 1977):2
Place-Names   II-5:1-3; IV-2(Summer 1984): 2; IV-3(Winter 1985):5; IV-4(Fall 1985):5; XIV-1(Spring 1996):4
Prehistory  I-2(Winter 1974):3
Preservation Record Still Dismal  IV-2(Summer 1984):1,4 [photos]
The Soldier’s Memorial Monument of Crawford County  XIII-1(Spring 1995):1-2 [photo]
The Telephone in Crawford County  X-1(Spring 1992):1-3 [photos]
Crawford County Transportation - Trolley Lines Winding Hither and Yon  XXVII-1(Winter 2009):3-4 [photos]
CRAWFORD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Centennial celebration  II-6:6; III-1:1-2 [photo]
Family Feud [with Meadville Public Library]  XXI-1(Jan. 2003):6
How It Began  XIX-2(Fall 2001):3-4 [drawing]
Mission statement  XXIII-3(Autumn 2005):1 [photo]
A New Donation Adds to the Society’s Collections - Clare Dent Collection  (Fall 2014):8 [photo]
Time to Call in the Movers; the Society Moves Up  XXI-3(Autumn 2003):1 [photo]
Crawford Weekly Messenger  II-6:1*
Cullum, Arthur&mdash-Mansion Lost to January Fire  (Spring 2014):7 [photos]
 

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Delamater, George Walter: Banker and Would-Be Governor   IV-5(Spring 1986):1,4 [photo]
DICK
Bringing Home the Gold—David Dick Writes from London, 1851  XXV-2(Summer 2007):1 [photos]
John Dick  I-5(Winter 1976):1 [portrait]
William Dick house  II-4:4 [photo]
Direct Primary System  I-7(Autumn 1976):2; II-4:1-3
Doty, George Dexter—poet  XXII-1(Winter 2004):3*
DRAKE WELL MUSEUM
Closes for the Winter (Jersey Bridge)  XVI-2(Fall 1998):8
Heritage Lecture Series  XVII-1(Spring 1999):7 [photo]
Dunham Cemetery  XXVIII-1(Summer 2010):6-7 [photos]
 

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EDUCATION
Education - 1911 Style  XXVI-1(Winter 2008):8 [photo]
Meadville Academy  (Spring 2014):7*
Elocutionists, Meadville’s  XII-1(Spring 1994):1-2 [illustrated]
ENTERTAINMENT
Rising from the Ashes: The Exposition Park Fire of 1908  (Fall 2015):1,3 [illustrated]
Oakwood Park  (Fall 2014):10 [photo]
A Tale of Two Opera Houses  (Fall 2014):6,11 [illustrated]
See also HOTELS, below
ERIE LACKAWANNA RAILROAD
Erie Railroad fire crew  XXIV-2(Summer 2006)1* [photo]
Model engine  II-5:3; XXII-2(Summer 2004):7
Railroad papers project  V-7(Winter 1987):6; XX-1(Jan. 2002):7
Thirty Years and Five Hundred Miles (car records) XXV-1(Jan. 2007):3-4 [photos]
The Triplex Locomotive  XXV-1(Jan. 2007):7 [photo]
 

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FIRES and FIREFIGHTERS
First horse drawn fire wagon in Meadville (H. Sartorius painting)  XXIV-3(Autumn 2006):4
Responding to the Bell  XXIV-2(Summer 2006)1 [photos]
Rising from the Ashes: The Exposition Park Fire of 1908  (Fall 2015):1,3
S. B. Dick Hose building  (Summer 2013):3-4* [photo]
FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR
A Caravan of Canoes  XXIII-1(Winter 2005):3 [portraits, map]
FRENCH CREEK
Early Boatmen Glamorized Keelboat Age  I-4(Summer 1975):1-2
The French Creek Feeder  XX-2(May 2002):3-4 [photo; map]
Oration on the breaking ground for the French Creek Canal feeder [1827 reprint]  XXIV-3(Autumn 2006):8
 

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GRANTS  V-7(Winter 1987):5
 

- H -
Hampson, [Rev.] George, Memoirs of [his] Life and Character  XIV-1(Spring 1996):1-3
HARMONSBURG  XXIII-3(Autumn 2005):4 [photo]
Harmonsburg’s Marl and Lime Works  III-3(Winter 1982):1, 6 [photo]
Hays, Gen. Alexander  II-3:3
Hearing trumpets  XXIV-3(Autumn 2006):5 [photo]
HISTORIC PRESERVATION
Preservation Awards  XXIV-3(Autumn 2006):1,5 [photos]; (December 2012):4 [photos]; (Fall 2015) [photos]
Crawford County’s Preservation Record Still Dismal  IV-2(Summer 1984)1,4 [photos]
HOLLAND LAND COMPANY
vs. Thomas Atkinson  II-6:3*
HOSPITALS
Mother Mary Agnes Spencer, Founder and Administrator of Spencer Hospital  IV-5(Spring 1986):5
HOTELS
Kepler Hotel (Meadville)  XX-1(Jan. 2002):11 [photo]
Parshall Hotel (Titusville)  (Fall 2014):11*
Looking for a Place to Stay  XXVI-2(Spring 2008):6-8 [photos]
Riverside Hotel (Cambridge Springs)  IV-6(Fall 1986):1,4
Saegertown hotels  XX-3(Sept. 2002):10-11 [photos]
Shafer’s Hotel, Fifth Ward, Meadville  (December 2012):5,7
HT Ranch, N. Dakota  XXV-1(Spring 2007):5 [photos]
HUIDEKOPER
A. C.: HT Ranch, North Dakota  XXV-1(Spring 2007):5 [photos]
Alfred  I-5(Autumn 1976):1 [photo]
Frederick Huidekoper’s Dream Home  XXVII-2(Autumn 2009):6-8 [photos; elevations]
Frederick Huidekoper Advises His Nephew About Enlistment  XXIX-1(Winter 2010):5-6; (Summer 2013):5
Harm Jan  II-1(Spring 1977):1-2* [portrait]
     Early Promoter of the Canal System  V-7(Winter 1987):1,4 [portrait]
     An Early Traveler’s Impression of Meadville  VI-1(Fall 1987):5
     Letters  XX-2(May 2002):1,9
     portrait  XX-2(May 2002):5; XXVIII-1(Summer 2010):1
Huidekoper properties  XXVI-2(Spring 2008):12
Impact of Gettysburg on Local Family  (Summer 2013):5-8 [photos]
The Influence of the Huidekoper Family  XXVIII-1(Summer 2010):1,9 [portraits]
Items donated  XXVIII-1(Summer 2010):4
Hughes, Josephine Brawley: The Mother of Arizona  IV-4(Fall 1985):5
Hunt, Ebenezer I-3(Summer 1974):1 [portrait]
 

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INDIANS
Discovering the Indians of Northwest Pennsylvania  XVI-1(Spring 1998):1-3 [drawings]
It is a Long Time Since They Are Gone (Senacas)  XXV-2(Summer 2007):9 [portrait]
INVENTIONS
Inventors at the Smithsonian  XXIII-3(Autumn 2005):7 [photos]
Long’s Portable Soda Fountain  XXIV-1(Winter 2006):5; XXVII-2(Autumn 2009):9
 

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Jewelers—Meadville  (Winter 2013):1, 4 [photos]
The Johnson’s Auto Service Store [book review] XXVI-1(Winter 2007):5
 

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Kennedy, Dr. Thomas R.
Journal  I-3:2(Winter 1974):3
Land baron  II-1(Spring 1977):1*
Keystone View Company   II-4:6*
 

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Land Barons (Early)  II-1(Spring 1977)1-2
LEDGERS
Blacksmith Lawrence Clancy (1800-1805)  II-1(Spring 1977):3
Lecture series  I-2(Winter 1974):2; II-2(Winter 1977):3; II-4:7; IV-5(Spring 1986):5
The Early History of Linesville  XII-2(Fall 1994) [photo]
Lowry, M. B.—John Brown’s Good Friend II-3:3
Long, Thomas A.’s Portable Soda Fountain  XXIV-1(Winter 2006):5; XXVII-2(Autumn 2009):9
Longwood, Samuel—publisher of The Daily Reporter  XXIX-1(Winter 2010):8-9
Lyona  XXVI-1(Winter 2008):10
 

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McNair Tool Works  XXIV-3(Autumn 2006):3 [photo; map]
Mammoths [2009 reprint]  XXVII-2(Autumn 2009):5
Mantor, Frank — Politician and Developer  IV-3(Winter 1985):1,4 [photo]
MAPS
Atlantic & Great Western Railroad  XX-3(Sept. 2002):3; XXV-2(Summer 2007):5
Canal Systems of Pennsylvania and Ohio  XX-2(May 2002):4
French and Indian War Sites  XXI-3(Autumn 2003):9
An Old Map of Cochranton  VI-1(Fall 1987):5
Pennsylvania 1800  XXII-2(Summer 2004):1 [photos]
Townville (1876 Atlas)  XXVI-1(Summer 2008):10
Trolley routes  XXVII-1(Winter 2009):4*
The 1868 James E. McFarland House  (Fall 2015):7 [photos]
Marl and lime works  III-3(Winter 1982):1, 6 [photo]
DAVID MEAD
House II-4:4 [photo]
Pennsylvania’s Last Frontiersman  II-4:3-5; III-1:2-3
MEADVILLE
Meadville (1855)  II-3:3
Armory, Meadville  (Summer 2013):3* [photo]
Bridges  XXIII-2(Summer 2005):4 [photo]
Gaylord Church’s Gothic Mansion  (Winter 2013):3, 6 [photos]
Peter Cooper, Meadville Horseman  (December 2012):5,7
The 1868 James E. McFarland House  (Fall 2015):7 [photos]
Meadville Distilling Company‐Rescuing a Piece of History  (Spring 2014):1,4 [photos]
Meadville Man in Ill-Fated Donner Party  VI-2(Summer 1988):6
Meadville’s Elocutionists  XII-1(Spring 1994):1-2 [illustrated]
The Meadville Library Art & Historical Association ...  XIX-2(Fall 2001):3
Meadville’s Market House  XXII-3(Autumn 2004):1,3 [photos]
Patent for Mead Ville (issued to David Mead)  X-2(Fall 1992):2
Meadville’s “Private Label” Watches  (Winter 2013):1, 4 [photos]
S. B. Dick Hose building  (Summer 2013):3-4* [photo]
Swimming as a scholastic sport in Meadville  XXIV-3(Autumn 2006):6
A Tale of Two Opera Houses  (Fall 2014):6,11 [illustrated]
Thompson, Alexander, M.D. (1820 - 1885) of Meadville  XXVIII-1(Summer 2010):8-9 [portrait]
Meadville Traction Company  XIII-1(Spring 1995):5 [photo]
Mellon, Melvin Guy, Growing Up with Trees in the Late 1800s  XIV-2(Fall 1996):1-2 [photos]
MEMORIALS
Dave Bates  XXIII-2(Summer 2005):8,11
Bill Byham  XIV-1(Spring 1996):3 [photo]
Elizabeth “Libby” Carlisle  IX-2(Fall 1991):2 [photo]
Adelaide Courtney  VII-3(Fall 1989):4 [photo]
Stella Edwards  XII-2(Fall 1994):3
Halver Getchell  XIII-2(Fall 1995):4
Carl Frederick Heeschen  XII-2(Fall 1994):3
Charles Spurgeon Miller  VI-2(Summer 1988):2 [photo]
Emily Rankin Smith  
MILITIA
“Cartes des visites” portraits of military leaders  XXIV-1(Winter 2006):1 [photos]
Memories of Ancient Militia  XXII-3(Autumn 2004):4 [illustration]
Mill Run  XXV-3(Autumn 2007):5 [photos]
Millennium Project  XVI-2(Fall 1998):5
MILLS
The Mellon Mills in Greenwood Township  IV-4(Fall 1985):1,4 [photo]
Growing Up with Trees in the Late 1800s &nsbp;XIV-2(Fall 1996):1-2 [photos]
Minorities  1-7(Autumn):I-2
Model Engine  II-5:3; XXII-2(Summer 2004):7 [photo]
Mosier office building  I-2(Winter 1974):1-2 [photos]; I-7(Autumn 1976):1; XXI-1(Jan. 2003):6 [photo]
Restoration Complete  VII-3(Fall 1989):5 [photo]
Restoration for a National Register Site  XXI-3(Autumn 2003):8 [photos]
Mumford, A W: A Man for His Times  XXV-3(Autumn 2007):1 [photos]
 

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Nationalities Working on the Railroad  XXV-3(Autumn 2007):3
NEWSPAPERS (early)  II-6:2*
Atkinson, Thomas—Pioneer Editor and Good Citizen  II-6:1-3 [portrait]
The Conneautville Courier  XX-1(Jan. 2002):11
Publisher of Meadvilleºs First Morning Daily Newspaper Was Only 18  XXIX-1(Winter 2010):8-9
 

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OIL
Oil region atlas published  IV-1(Winter 1984):2
Roberts: Oil, Fortunes and a Torpedo  XXVII-2(Autumn 2009) [photos]
SesquiCentennial of Oil (William Reynolds, 1905)  XXV-1(Spring 2007):9
Theodore Newton Barnsdall: The Paul Bunyan of the Oil Fields  IV-1(Winter 1984):1,4
See also Tarr Family, below
Opera Houses, A Tale of Two  (Fall 2014):6,11 [illustrated]
Oral history project  I-7(Autumn 1976):1
Osborn, Thomas “Andy”—Governor of Kansas  II-2(Winter 1977):3
Owry, Adam family reunion  XXVI-1(Summer 2008):7 [photo]
 

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Phalanx—Richmond [photo]  I-3(Summer 1974):1-3
Pharmacy bottles  XXV-1(Spring 2007):4
PHYSICIANS
Thompson, Alexander, M.D. (1820 - 1885) of Meadville  XXVIII-1(Summer 2010):8-9 [portrait]
The Place-Names of Crawford County  II-5:1-3; IV-2(Summer 1984): 2; IV-3(Winter 1985):5; IV-4(Fall 1985):5
Placques (historic markers)  XXII-2(Summer 2004):8
Poets: Two Crawford County Epic Poets  XXII-1 (Winter 2004):3-4
POLITICS
Bentley, Alice M, Assemblywoman  IV-1(Winter 1984):4
Burr’s Conspiracy Added Gusto to Local Politics  II-2(Winter 1977):1-2 [portrait]
Crawford County’s Liberty Party is Formed (1844-1845)  XXIV-2(Summer 2006):8
Delamater, George Wallace: Banker and WOuld-Be Governor  IV-5(Spring 1986):1,4 [photo]
Direct primary system  II-4:1-3
Josephine Brawley Hughes: The Mother of Arizona  IV-4(Fall 1985):5
Mantor, Frank — Politician and Developer  IV-3(Winter 1985):1,4 [photo]
Populism—County poor supported in 1896  II-3:1-2
Pomona Hall:  see HUIDEKOPER, above
PORTRAITS
Selden, George Shattuck & Elizabeth  XXIII-2(Summer 2005):1; XXV-2(Summer 2007):6
Thompson, Alexander, M.D. (1820 - 1885) of Meadville  XXVIII-1(Summer 2010):8-9 [portrait]
Prehistory of the County  I-2(Winter 1974):3
Preservation Awards  XXIV-3(Autumn 2006):1,5 [photos]; (December 2012):4 [photos]; (Fall 2015):4-5 [photos]
Projector, 35 mm (Edison)  XXIII-1(Winter 2005):1 [photos]
PYMATUNING
Early Pymatuning Naturalists  VI-1(Fall 1987):1,4 [photos]
Pymatuning Reservoir  IX-1(Spring 1991):1-3 [photos]
 

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QUILTS
Antique quilts, from the Baldwin Reynolds House Collection  XXVI-2(Spring 2008):1 [photo]
Our Antique Quilt Show  XXVI-3(Autumn 2008):9 [photo]
Donated  X-1(Spring 1992):3-4 [photo]
Northwest Pennsylvania Quilt Study Group  XXVII-1(Winter 2009):10
Society Sponsors Northwest Pennsylvania Quilt Documentation Project  XIII-2(Fall 1995):5
Sophia Haner 1898 quilt  XXIII-3(Autumn 2005):5 [photo]
     See also XIV-1(Spring 1996):5
Threads of Tradition  XV-2(Fall 1997):7; XVI-2(Fall 1998):5; XVII-2(Fall 1999):6; XVIII-1(Spring 2000):5 [photo]
 

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RAILROADS
Atlantic & Great Western Railroad  XX-3(Sept. 2002):3; XXV-2(Summer 2007):5
The Deput Trip Over the Atlantic & Great Western Railroad [reprint]  XXV-3(Autumn 2007):8-9 [photo]
Erie Railroad fire crew  XXIV-2(Summer 2006)1* [photo]
French Creek Valley Railroad and Tooling Heritage Center  XXIV-1(Winter 2006):6; XXVI-3(Autumn 2008):8 [photo]
French Creek Valley RR Historical Society re-established  XXII-3(Autumn 2004):4 [photo], ll
Model “Oliver Wendell Holmes” engine (1938)  II-5:3; XXII-2(Summer 2004):7 [photo]
Preservation of the Cochranton Railroad Station  XI-2(Fall 1993):1-2 [photos]
Railroad papers project  V-7(Winter 1987):6; XX-1(Jan. 2002):7; XXIII-1(Winter 2005):7
William Reynolds’ Railroad  XVIII-2(Fall 2000):1-3 [photos]; XX-3(Sept. 2002):3-4 [map]
Surveying and Railroad Building  XXV-3(Autumn 2007):1 [photos]
Tin Lizard Tales [book review]  XXVI-1(Winter 2008):5
The Triplex Locomotive  XXV-1(Jan. 2007):7 [photo]
Working on the Railroad  XXV-3(Autumn 2007):3-4 [illustrated]
Reisinger—Old Grey: The Tale of the Reisinger Rifle (1901)  XXVI-2(Spring 2008):3 [photos]
Republicans—First County, Joined Together to Elect Lincoln  I-5(Winter 1976):1-3
RELIGION
Reynolds
The Two Faces of Mary Reynolds  I-2(Winter 1974):2-3
William Reynolds’ Railroad  XVIII-2(Fall 2000):1-3 [photos]
Reynolds Songbird Collection  II-7(Winter 1977):3 [photo]
Richmond, Almond George—oil paintings  II-5:3
Richmond commune I-3(Summer 1974):1-2 [photo]
Riverside Hotel  IV-6(Fall 1986):1,4
Roberts: Oil, Fortunes and a Torpedo  XXVII-2(Autumn 2009) [photos]
Robinson, Joseph Carver—poet  XXII-1(Winter 2004):3-4,8*
Roche, Alexis-Constant’s Civil War Letters  X-2(Fall 1992):1-3 [photos]
 

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Sackett, Jacob T., Blacksmith, Gunsmith and Violin Maker  XXI-2(Summer 2003):9 [photos]
SAEGERTOWN
Gingerale  XX-2(May 2002):11 [photo]; (Fall 2014):7*
The McGill House  XIX-2(Spring 2001):9
No Longe a Place to Linger  XX-3(Sept. 2002):10-11 [photos]
Saegertown Heritage Society Murals  (Fall 2014):7,10 [photos]
Trolley Times in Saegertown  XXVI-1(Winter 2008):8 [photo]
Twelve Apostles Lutheran Church  (Summer 2013):3* [photo]
Satorius, Henry  XXIV-3(Autumn 2006):4 [painting]
Selden, George Shattuck & Elizabeth—portraits  XXIII-2(Summer 2005):1; XXV-2(Summer 2007):6
Seneca Indians: It is a Long Time Since They Are Gone  XXV-2(Summer 2007):9 [portrait]
SHADELAND
The Transformation of Shadeland Manor - One Stage or Two?  IX-1(Spring 1991):4-7
Shafer, Raymond P.  XXV-2(Jan. 2007):1 [photo]
Shattuck, Jared—Land baron  II-1(Spring 1977):2*
The Shippens of Crawford County  XX-1(Jan. 2002):3-4 [photos]
SLAVERY
Anti-Slavery and Abolition in Crawford County  XXV-2(Summer 2007):3-4
African Americans in Crawford County, 1800-1950  XVIII-1(Spring 2000):5; XIX-1(Spring 2001):11
Spencer, Mother Mary Agnes, of Spencer Hospital  IV-5(Spring 1986):5
Springboro: Historical Building to House Springboro Public Library  XV-2(Fall 1997):6-7 [photo]
STAFF
Baxter, Celeste—Coordinator  II-2(Winter 1977):2
Cummings, Ruth—curator  XV-1(Spring 1997):3-4 [photo];XIX-1(Spring 2001):2 [photo]
Finney, Barbara—secretary/office manager  XV-2(Fall 1997):1-2 [photo]
Ilisevich, Robert D.—librarian/archivist  VII-3(Fall 1989):6 [photo]; XV-2(Fall 1997):1 [photo]
Jenkins, Charles R.—County Investigator  II-6:3-4
Ketcham, Joyce—librarian/archivist  I-5(Winter 1976):3
Merchbacker, Caroline  XXI-1(Jan. 2003):5
Polo, Laura W.‐Executive Director  XIX-2(Fall 2001):1 [photo]
Przyblek, Leslie—curator  XIV-2(Fall 1996):3
Randall, Lynn—office manager  XIX-2(Fall 2001):1 [photo]
Stewart, Anne—editor  XIX-1(Spring 2001):3 [photo]
Wycoff, Bob—editor  XIX-1(Spring 2001):3
STEREOGRAPHS
Johnson-Shaw Stereoscopic Museum, Crawford County’s Newest Museum  XXI-1(Jan. 2003):3-4,5 [photos]; XXVII-1(Winter 2009):10
Johnson Shaw Stereoscopic Museum [update]  XXVI-3(Autumn 2008):11; (Fall 2015):11
Stereographs  II-4:6-7
Sterrett, William B.—Titusville Tycoon  II-4:5-6
Sturdevant, Austa Densmore  (Fall 2014):8 [photo]
 

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Tarr Family of Meadville  (Spring 2015):3-4 [photo]
Tarr Mansion and Family History  (Fall 2014):1,3-5 [photos]
The Telephone in Crawford County  X-1(Spring 1992):1-3 [photos]
Textile workshop  V-7(Winter 1987):3
Thompson, Alexander, M.D. (1820 - 1885) of Meadville  XXVIII-1(Summer 2010):8-9 [portrait]
Titusville Oil Exchange  II-4:6 [photo]
TITUSVILLE OIL MEN
John J. Carter, Titusville Medal of Honor Winner   (December 2012):1,3 [photos]
Roberts: Oil, Fortunes and a Torpedo  XXVII-2(Autumn 2009) [photos]
Scheide houses  (Fall 2015):4-5*
William B. Sterrett  II-4:5-6
A Tale of Two Opera Houses (Fall 2014):6,11 [illustrated]
Titusville’s “Private Label” Watches  (Spring 2014):3 [photos]
Townville in Verse  XXVI-1(Winter 2008):10 [map]
TRADESMEN
Isaac Berlin and the Pennsylvania Long Rifle  XXI-2(Summer 2003):3-4 [photos]
Built to Last (L.C. Grave’s)  XVII-1(Spring 1999):1-2 [photos]
Cooper, Peter, Meadville Horseman  (December 2012):5,7 [photo]
Tale of a Tool Shop (McNair Tool Works)  XXIV-3(Autumn 2006):3 [photo; map]
Meadville Jewelers  (Winter 2013):1,4 [photos]
Jacob T. Sackett, Blacksmith, Gunsmith and Violin Maker  XXI-2(Summer 2003):9 [photos]
Titusville Jewelers  (Spring 2014):3 [photos]
Jules Vautrot, Silversmith  XI-2(Fall 1993):3
TRANSPORTATION
See RAILROADS, TROLLEYS, WATERWAYS
Trees of Christmas  V-7(Winter 1987):3 [photo]; X-2(Fall 1992):6; XX-3(Sept. 2002):7-8 [photos]; XXIV-2(Summer 2006):7
TROLLEYS
Clang, Clang, Clang Went the Trolley …  XXIV-2(Summer 2006):3-4 [photos]
Trolley  XIII-1(Spring 1995):5
Crawford County Transportation - Trolley Lines Winding Hither and Yon  XXVII-1(Winter 2009):3-4 [photos]
Oakwood Park  (Fall 2014):10 [photo]
Trolley Times in Saegertown  XXVI-1(Winter 2008):8 [photo]
 

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Underground Railroad - Following the Trail  (Fall 2015):9
 

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Vautrot, Jules, Silversmith  XI-2(Fall 1993):3
 

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War of 1812 chronology  XXII-1(Summer 2004):3
Washington, George, Slept here  XXI-3(Autumn 2003):9
Watches—Meadville’s “Private Label”  (Winter 2013):1, 4 [photos]
Watches—Titusville’s “Private Label”  (Spring 2014):3 [photos]
WATERWAYS
Early Boatmen Glamorized Keelboat Age  I-4(Summer 1975):1-2
A Caravan of Canoes  XXIII-1(Winter 2005):3 [map, portraits]
The French Creek Feeder  XX-2(May 2002):3-4 [photo; map]
Low Bridge! A Canal Comes to Crawford County  XXIII-1(Winter 2005):3-4 [photos]
Oration on the breaking ground for the French Creek Canal feeder [1827 reprint]  XXIV-3(Autumn 2006):8
WORLD WAR II
World War II Oral History Project  XIII-2(Fall 1995):1-2
     See also XIV-1(Fall 1996):3; XV-2(Fall 1997):3; XVI-1(Spring 1998):5; XVI-2(Fall 1998):6
 

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Incomplete:
Photographs, Portraits, & Pictures
Bemustown Dam (by Henry Sartorius)  V-7(Winter 1987):2
Baldwin-Reynolds House (bedroom, dining room)  II-6:5
Burr, Aaron  II-2:2
Centennial Celebration (Dr. Charles S. Miller et al.) III-1:1
Courtney, Adelaide (indexing)  II-3:2
French Creek Feeder Canal  V-7(Winter 1987):4
Harmonsburg’s Marl and Lime Works  III-3(Winter 1982):1
Huidekoper, Han Jan  V-7(Winter 1987):1
Montag, Kenneth L.  III-3(Winter 1982):2
Reynolds Songbird (wood carving)  V-7(Winter 1987):3
Trees of Christmas  V-7(Winter 1987):3