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Zercher, Wendell R.; Kelley, Charles Greg; Stevenson, Robert P.; Kauffman, Henry J.; Parsons, John W.; Christman, Roy; Christman, Elwood; and Huber, Greg, "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 42, No. 2" (1993). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 137.
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