- Early Recollections of Ardmore, by Josiah S. Pearce
This paper expounds upon the growth of Ardmore from a “straggling village” with its grocery and tavern to a thriving village of nearly five thousand people. It consists of a series of reminiscences of men and things associated with the growth of the village. 76pp.
- Some Facts About Plymouth Township Public Schools, by George K. Brecht, Esq.
This article discusses how the citizens of Plymouth Township and surrounding area expressed an early interest in furnishing proper educational dwellings for their children. It recounts the early development of the school system and its progression through twenty five years. 15pp.