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• The Wayside Inn
• A Draft Board in World War I
• The Compass Inn: A Stagecoach Era Legacy
• The Pennsylvania German Dialect Playwriting Contests of 1941, 1942, 1983 and 1986
• Aldes un Neies (Old and New)
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Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, inns, taverns, public houses, turnpikes, travel, barrooms, alcohol, signboards, innkeepers, food, cookery, stagecoaches, World War I, draft boards, Compass Inn, Laughlintown, Forbes Road, Conestoga wagons, Ligonier, dialect plays, folk theater, Allentown, Edith Fink, John Young Kohl, Verna Brotzman Laubach, Irene Hummel Masters, Paul Wieand, Ernest Bechtel, William Gross, Richard P. Middleton, Mark Trumbore, Peter V. Fritsch
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Long, Amos Jr.; Stevenson, Robert P.; Skoff, Dale E.; and Fetterman, William B., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 38, No. 3" (1989). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 124.
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