- The New Indexes
- From Out Exhibits – The Last Painting of Thomas Hovenden, by Jane Keplinger Burris
This short essay discusses a large oil painting “The Founders of a State” which remained unfinished at the time of the artist’s death and belongs to the society’s collection. 2pp.
- The Turnpikes of Pennsylvania, by Frederick C. Sweinhart
This article discusses the road that ran from Philadelphia to Lancaster, the Lancaster turnpike was the first stone road built in America in 1792. This began the construction of turnpikes and companies who built them. 14pp.
- Deaths in the Skippack Region
Continued from Volume 9, Number 3, October, 1954; This is a list of deaths in the Skippack area from June 17, 1827 – October 30, 1830. 17pp.
- The “Old Dutch Church” in Lower Merion, by Charles R. Barker
Continued from Volume 9, Number 3, October, 1954; This is a description of the Lutheran congregation beginnings in the Lower Merion area. It includes ancestors known to have landed in the Philadelphia. 55pp.