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baking soda, Pennsylvania Dutch dialect, WEEU radio program, Alfred Shoemaker, Morris Reppert, Hamburg
In a handwritten postcard dated January 3, 1953, Morris Reppert responds to Alfred L. Shoemaker's WEEU radio program request for the Pennsylvania Dutch name for baking soda.
Alfred L. Shoemaker
On your radio program you asked for the dutch name of baking soda. The dutch name as I remember is Sali Rader
English and Pennsylvania German
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Reppert, Morris, "Postcard From Morris Reppert to Alfred L. Shoemaker, January 3, 1953" (1953). Alfred L. Shoemaker Folk Cultural Documents. 160.
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