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• Christmas Fraktur, Christmas Broadsides
• The Shape of Food That Was
• Bakeovens in the Pennsylvania Folk-Culture
• Deivels-Dreck (Asafoetida) Yesterday and Today
• Reminiscences of Centerport, 1876-1885
• Ohio School Children Study the Pennsylvania Dutch
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Yoder, Don; Robacker, Earl F.; Long, Amos Jr.; Roan, Donald; Riegel, Lewis Edgar; and Gressle, Jerrie, "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 14, No. 2" (1964). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 19.
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Dr. Don Yoder
Editor Emeritus: Dr. Alfred L. Shoemaker
Antiques: Dr. Earl F. Robacker
Cookery: Edna Eby Heller
Crafts: Olive G. Zehner
Design: Leroy Gensler
Music: Dr. J. William Frey