Andreas Victor Kessler (active circa 1791-1821)
Friederich Krebs (1749-1815)
Plate 8. Printed Taufscheinwith floral-and-bird borders on sides, free-drawn floral or grape motifs at top.
Dimensions in Inches
12 11/16 x 16
Watercolor and ink on laid paper
Drawn, Hand lettered
Print Shop Location
Ephrata Cloister, Pennsylvania
Bern Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania
floral, flowers, grapes, birds
Johannes Geschwind, Mari Elisabeth Bosler, Maria Christina, Maira Elisabe, Peter Wax, Christina Wax
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Ursinus College Library Special Collections and the Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art
Pennsylvania Folklife Society
Fraktur lettering, German script
Stopp #247.3, 2:158
Shoemaker, Alfred L. Check List of Pennsylvania Dutch Printed Taufscheins. Lancaster, Pa.: Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore Center, 1952. 30. Minardi, Lisa. Roots: Ursinus College and the Pennsylvania Germans (Trappe, Pa.: Historic Trappe, 2019), pp. 43-114. Stopp, Klaus. The Printed Birth and Baptismal Certificates of the German Americans. 6 vols. Mainz, Germany, and East Berlin, Pa.: privately published, 1997–99. Earnest, Russell D., Corinne P. Earnest, and Patricia Earnest Suter. God Bless This House: The Printed House Blessings (Haus-Segen) of the Pennsylvania Germans, 1780–1921. Clayton, Del.: R. D. Earnest Associates, 2015.
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