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• Walter Ellsworth Boyer (1911-1960)
• The Meaning of Human Figures in Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Art
• Meadow Irrigation in Pennsylvania
• Receipt Books-New and Old
• Pennsylvania Cave and Ground Cellars
• The Amish in Their One-Room Schoolhouses
Pennsylvania Folklife Society, Inc.
Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvania Dutch, Walter Ellsworth Boyer, folk art, irrigation, agriculture, cellars, Amish, schoolhouses, fraktur, birth certificate, taufschein, human figure, bird, animals, meadow, cookbook, cookery, receipt, children, education, funerals, Raymond E. Kiebach, Ralph R. Leh
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Bayard, Samuel Preston; Boyer, Walter E.; Bucher, Robert C.; Heller, Edna Eby; Long, Amos Jr.; Tortora, Vincent R.; and Shoemaker, Alfred L., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 11, No. 2" (1960). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 8.
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