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humor, Bible, preacher, Pennsylvania Dutch dialect, lying, fish, dogs
In a typed letter to Alfred L. Shoemaker, H. Wayne Gruber lists two humorous stories: one about a preacher's best sermon and the other about a lying farm boy. Following Gruber lists four pieces of advice, which he titles: "Alte Weiver Clawwe."
H. Wayne Gruber
Alfred L. Shoemaker
English, Pennsylvania German
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Gruber, H. Wayne, "Letter From H. Wayne Gruber to Alfred L. Shoemaker, February 4, 1949" (1949). Alfred L. Shoemaker Folk Cultural Documents. 143.
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