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• Half-Timbering in American Architecture
• The Strouse Dance
• Schuylkill Boatmen and Their Ways
• Some Early Phases of the Philadelphia Mummers' Parade
• Joseph Henry Dubbs as a Folklorist
• About the Authors
• Horse Companies in Montgomery County
• Books Not for Burning
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Murtagh, William J.; Yoder, Don; Bowman, John Butz; Welch, Charles E. Jr.; Shoemaker, Alfred L.; Kieffer, Elizabeth Clarke; Burris, Jane Keplinger; and Robacker, Earl F., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 9, No. 1" (1958). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 1.
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