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• The Cult of St. Walburga in Pennsylvania
• An Old Order River Brethren Love Feast
• The Porches of Quaker Meeting Houses in Chester and Delaware Counties
• John Daniel Eisenbrown, Frakturist
• Pennsylvania German Astronomy and Astrology X: Christopher Witt's Device
• The American Breakfast, Circa 1873-1973
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Kring, Hilda Adam; Hostetler, Beulah S.; Puig, Francis J.; Fabian, Monroe H.; Winkler, Louis; and James, Pamela, "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 24, No. 2" (1975). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 62.
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