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• European Antecedents of Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Germanic and Scots-Irish Architecture in America
• Medicine, Music and "Money" Munyon
• Ebbes Neies
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Lay, K. Edward; Heindel, Ned D.; and Foster, Natalie I., "Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 32, No. 1" (1982). Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine. 98.
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