• Old Fire Marks, by W. Emmert Swigert
    This piece describes the organization of Fire Brigades with the first being created in 1735, known as the Union Company. It discusses the Fire Mark which indicated a guarantee to all fire brigades that the insurance company which insured the house, would be well rewarded. 12pp.
  • Horsham Preparative Meeting, by Charles Harper Smith
    This is a discussion relative to a meeting that was scheduled for the convenience of a small group of Abington members who began to buy land in 1709 at the lower end of Horsham township. 13pp.
  • Oak Tree Debating Society, by Mrs. A. Conrad Jones
    This is a short piece that contains the Minute Book minutes for the first year of the Oak Tree Debating Society proceedings. 3pp.
  • Descendants of Rynear Tyson, by Charles R. Barker
    This article is a brief record of Richard Tyson family, of Northern Liberties. 23pp.
  • History of Whitpain Township (continued), by Clara A. Beck
    This is an account of how Whitpain Township developed. It includes early history, the Whitpain library, and Boehm’s Reformed Church. Years 1683-1748. 12pp.
  • Neighborhood News and Notices (continued)
    This is an assortment of news articles from “The American Weekly Mercury’ that date from May 7, 1741 – August 24, 1758. 7pp.
  • Men of Montgomery County Who Aided Ratification of Our Federal Constitution, by David E. Groshens, Esq.
    This is a piece that describes how the report that recommended drastic changes to the Federal system and how this act led to the Federal Constitution ratification and its process. 10pp.
  • Bible Records
  • Acquisitions, by Rudolf P. Hommel
  • Reports