Letter From Jim Butterfield and Ike Kaufman to Editors of the Pennsylvania Dutchman, December 30, 1957
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Wayne County, Amish, Vincent R. Tortora, pastimes, Lancaster County, recess games, corn husking, barn dancing, wrestling, pranks
A typed letter from Jim Butterfield and Ike Kaufman addressed to the editors of the Pennsylvania Dutchman, dated December 30, 1957. Within, Butterfield and Kaufman write to provide insight into the Wayne County Amish and the similarities they noticed with the Lancaster County Amish in terms of games and pastimes.
Jim Butterfield and Ike Kaufman
Pennsylvania Dutchman Editors
Packet 732-31 to 732-36
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Butterfield, Jim and Kaufman, Ike, "Letter From Jim Butterfield and Ike Kaufman to Editors of the Pennsylvania Dutchman, December 30, 1957" (1957). Alfred L. Shoemaker Folk Cultural Documents. 60.
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