- A few Facts in Connection with the Bringhurst Family of Trappe, Pennsylvania, by Neil H. Lafferty
This paper records details about the Bringhurst family of Trappe, the first of whom immigrated from Leicestershire, England as a boy and arrived in Philadelphia in 1705. 8pp.
- Der Bauernfruend, A Newspaper of the Pennsylvania Germans, by Ralph Wood
This is a detailed article about the German newspapers of rural eastern Pennsylvania in the nineteenth century. The newspapers demonstrated Americanism spirit in German form. 39pp.
- Valley Friends’ Meeting House, by Mrs. Ivins C. Walker
This piece describes the founding of the Valley Forge Meeting House not far from Valley Forge, Chester County. Many of the loyal and consistent members lived in and still do, in Montgomery County
- William Penn, with Special Reference to Montgomery County, by George Norman Highley
This is an article that discusses William Penn’s life and his son William’s misconduct. Hi son William’s sale of seven thousand four hundred eight-two acres in Montgomery County granted to him by his father is noted. 9pp.
- History of the Fairview Union Sunday School, by Luther C. Parsons
This piece describes how the Fairview Union Sunday School was founded and the changes it endured though its ninety-sixth anniversary in May of 1920. 10 pp.
- Early American Pottery, by Howard C. Roberts
This is a discussion about the first dishes or utensils in England and how dishes, platters and all types of tableware appeared in the American market after the war of 1812. 6pp.
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