• Editorial
  • John Honeyman – Fact or Fancy?, by Hon. Robert W. Honeyman
    This piece details the life of a spy who was in the service of the Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army. The Commander was George Washington and it was during the American Revolution.
    16 ¼ pp.
  • Harvest Home Meeting of Chester and Montgomery Counties at the Valley Forge Encampment Grounds, Edited by John F. Reed
    This article communicates the Centennial Celebration of the Occupation of Valley Forge by the Continental Army. There were 2300 people who purchased tickets for the dinner. Volunteer toasts and sentiments recorded are also included. 18 ½ pp.
  • A Curious County Deed
    This article discusses property owned between Solomon K. Grimly and son-in-law James Z. Koons in the township of Upper Salford, Montgomery County Pennsylvania. 6 ½ pp.
  • A County Revolutionary Letter
    This is a letter written by Lieut.-General Sir William Howe, Commander in Chief of the British Army in America, during the British occupation of Philadelphia. 4 ½ pp.
  • The United States Census of 1850, Montgomery County, by Edited by Jane K. Burris
    • Borough of Conshohocken – 12 ½ pp.
    • Plymouth Township – 18 ½ pp.
    • Upper Salford Township – 18 ½ pp.
  • Reports