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radio broadcast, berries, Pennsylvania Dutch dialect, taufschein, birds, John Hochmeyer, bruise
A typed letter from Raymond E. Kiebach to Alfred L. Shoemaker, dated July 30, 1955. Kiebach responds to Shoemaker's radio broadcast regarding the definition of "Baese Ding". He also comments on Pennsylvania German words for various types of berries and recalls an encounter with a German organ grinder.
Raymond E. Kiebach
Alfred L. Shoemaker
English and Pennsylvania German
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Kiebach, Raymond E., "Letter from Raymond E. Kiebach to Alfred L. Shoemaker, July 30, 1955" (1955). Alfred L. Shoemaker Folk Cultural Documents. 224.
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