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Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 9, No. 4, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Don Yoder, Russell S. Baver, Ellen Shaffer, John Cummings, Martha S. Cummings, Earl F. Robacker, Marian Ludwig Wilson, David H. Rapp Oct 1958

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 9, No. 4, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Don Yoder, Russell S. Baver, Ellen Shaffer, John Cummings, Martha S. Cummings, Earl F. Robacker, Marian Ludwig Wilson, David H. Rapp

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Dry Houses
• Harvest Home
• Golden Fields in the Golden Years
• Illuminators, Scribes and Printers
• John Drissel and His Boxes
• Tick-Tock Time in Old Pennsylvania
• About the Authors
• Present Day Food Habits of the Pennsylvania Dutch
• The Attitude of the Early Reformed Church Fathers Toward Worldly Amusements


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 9, No. 3, Earl F. Robacker, Frances Lichten, William H. Newell, John Cummings, Mary Jane Hershey, Don Yoder Jul 1958

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 9, No. 3, Earl F. Robacker, Frances Lichten, William H. Newell, John Cummings, Mary Jane Hershey, Don Yoder

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Pennsylvania Chalkware
• John Landis: "Author and Artist and Oriental Tourist"
• Schuylkill Folktales
• Painted Chests from Bucks County
• A Study of the Dress of the (Old) Mennonites of the Franconia Conference 1700-1953
• Research Needs in Pennsylvania Church History
• About the Authors


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 9, No. 2, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Vincent R. Tortora, John F. Morman, Earl F. Robacker, Howard H. Brinton, John Cummings, Edna Eby Heller, Phil R. Jack, Andrew S. Berky Apr 1958

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 9, No. 2, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Vincent R. Tortora, John F. Morman, Earl F. Robacker, Howard H. Brinton, John Cummings, Edna Eby Heller, Phil R. Jack, Andrew S. Berky

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Barracks
• The Courtship and Wedding Practices of the Old Order Amish
• Rufus A. Grider
• Knife, Fork and Spoon: A Collector's Problem
• Quaker Meeting-Houses
• The Bannister-back Chair
• Pies in Dutchland
• Amusements in Rural Homes Around the Big and Little Mahoning Creeks, 1870-1912
• About the Authors
• Buckskin or Sackcloth? A Glance at the Clothing Once Worn by the Schwenkfelders in Pennsylvania


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 9, No. 1, William J. Murtagh, Don Yoder, John Butz Bowman, Charles E. Welch Jr., Alfred L. Shoemaker, Elizabeth Clarke Kieffer, Jane Keplinger Burris, Earl F. Robacker Jan 1958

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 9, No. 1, William J. Murtagh, Don Yoder, John Butz Bowman, Charles E. Welch Jr., Alfred L. Shoemaker, Elizabeth Clarke Kieffer, Jane Keplinger Burris, Earl F. Robacker

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Half-Timbering in American Architecture
• The Strouse Dance
• Schuylkill Boatmen and Their Ways
• Some Early Phases of the Philadelphia Mummers' Parade
• Fantasticals
• Joseph Henry Dubbs as a Folklorist
• About the Authors
• Horse Companies in Montgomery County
• Books Not for Burning


The Pennsylvania Dutchman Vol. 8, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Joseph T. Kingston, Edna Eby Heller, Vincent R. Tortora, Evelyn Benson, Thomas R. Brendle, Claude Unger, Friedrich Krebs, Don Yoder Jul 1957

The Pennsylvania Dutchman Vol. 8, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Joseph T. Kingston, Edna Eby Heller, Vincent R. Tortora, Evelyn Benson, Thomas R. Brendle, Claude Unger, Friedrich Krebs, Don Yoder

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● "Such Fancy Boxes, Yet"
● Dried Corn
● Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking is Corny
● The Amish at Play
● Colonial Button Mold
● Illness and Cure of Domestic Animals Among the Pennsylvania Dutch
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers


The Pennsylvania Dutchman Vol. 8, No. 3, Earl F. Robacker, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Jim Butterfield, Don Yoder, Harry Stauffer, Edna Eby Heller, Olive G. Zehner, Fritz Braun, Friedrich Krebs, Victor C. Dieffenbach Apr 1957

The Pennsylvania Dutchman Vol. 8, No. 3, Earl F. Robacker, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Jim Butterfield, Don Yoder, Harry Stauffer, Edna Eby Heller, Olive G. Zehner, Fritz Braun, Friedrich Krebs, Victor C. Dieffenbach

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● The Dutch Touch in Iron
● The Pennsylvania Dutch Village
● Five June Days
● On an Amish Farm
● Traveling Pennsylvanians
● The Trail of the Stone Arched Bridges in Berks County
● Displaced Dutchmen Crave Shoo-flies
● Florence Starr Taylor
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers
● Zinzendorf and Moravian Research
● Sheep in Dutchland


The Pennsylvania Dutchman Vol. 8, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Henry J. Kauffman, Walter E. Boyer, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Olive G. Zehner, Don Yoder, Elsie Gehris Cresswell, Edna Eby Heller, Hugo Froehlich Oct 1956

The Pennsylvania Dutchman Vol. 8, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Henry J. Kauffman, Walter E. Boyer, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Olive G. Zehner, Don Yoder, Elsie Gehris Cresswell, Edna Eby Heller, Hugo Froehlich

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● Pennsylvania Redware
● Philadelphia Butter
● Adam und Eva im Paradies
● The Pretzel Before the Civil War
● Amish Sculpture
● Spirituals from the Pennsylvania Dutch Country
● Aunt Sybilla
● A Dutch Feast
● "Team" Mennonites
● Pioneers from Staudernheim
● Dialect Folksay


The Pennsylvania Dutchman Vol. 8, No. 1, Henry J. Kauffman, Edna Eby Heller, Andrew S. Berky, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Earl F. Robacker, Victor C. Dieffenbach, Herbert H. Beck, Thomas R. Brendle, Claude Unger, Olive G. Zehner, Don Yoder, Esther Moser, Helen Moser, Friedrich Krebs Jul 1956

The Pennsylvania Dutchman Vol. 8, No. 1, Henry J. Kauffman, Edna Eby Heller, Andrew S. Berky, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Earl F. Robacker, Victor C. Dieffenbach, Herbert H. Beck, Thomas R. Brendle, Claude Unger, Olive G. Zehner, Don Yoder, Esther Moser, Helen Moser, Friedrich Krebs

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● The Summer House
● Drinks in Dutchland
● Yesteryear in Dutchland
● Moshey and Bellyguts
● Rise of Interest in Dutch Antiques
● Diaper Lore
● Lititz
● Witchcraft in Cow and Horse
● Dorothy Kalbach
● Plain Dutch and Gay Dutch
● Dialect Folksay
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers
● About the Authors
● What's New in Dutchland


The Dutchman Vol. 7, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Alfred L. Shoemaker, David L. Hunsberger, Ruth M. Home, Frances Lichten, Preston A. Barba, Elmer C. Stauffer, Don Yoder, Friedrich Krebs, Olive G. Zehner Apr 1956

The Dutchman Vol. 7, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Alfred L. Shoemaker, David L. Hunsberger, Ruth M. Home, Frances Lichten, Preston A. Barba, Elmer C. Stauffer, Don Yoder, Friedrich Krebs, Olive G. Zehner

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● Pennsylvania Gaudyware
● Pennsylvania Dutch Canada
● Giant Cider Press
● Pennsylvania Dutch Needlework
● The Pennsylvania German in Fiction
● Conewago Chapel
● Love Feasts
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers
● The Zehn-uhr Schtick


The Dutchman Vol. 7, No. 3, Earl F. Robacker, Evelyn Benson, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Henry J. Kauffman, John A. Hostetler, Olive G. Zehner, Don Yoder, Friedrich Krebs Jan 1956

The Dutchman Vol. 7, No. 3, Earl F. Robacker, Evelyn Benson, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Henry J. Kauffman, John A. Hostetler, Olive G. Zehner, Don Yoder, Friedrich Krebs

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● Major and Minor in Fractur
● Gilbert and Mason - Pennsylvania Wood Engravers
● Barring Out the Schoolmaster
● The Himmelreich Collection
● A Mennonite Encyclopedia
● Pennsylvania Crafts Event
● Europe Calling
● Book Note
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers
● The Zehn-uhr Schtick


The Dutchman Vol. 7, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Elizabeth Adams Hurwitz, Henry J. Kauffman, Don Yoder, Edna Eby Heller, Olive G. Zehner Oct 1955

The Dutchman Vol. 7, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Elizabeth Adams Hurwitz, Henry J. Kauffman, Don Yoder, Edna Eby Heller, Olive G. Zehner

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● Basketry, a Pennsylvania Dutch Art
● Decorative Elements in the Domestic Architecture of Eastern Pennsylvania
● Literature on Log Architecture
● Pennsylvania Tour of Europe
● Matters Genealogical
● Feeding Them by the Hundred
● The Zehn-uhr Schtick


The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 5, Earl F. Robacker, Olive G. Zehner, Cornelius Weygandt, Henry J. Kauffman, Albert I. Drachman, Arthur D. Graeff, Edna Eby Heller Jul 1955

The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 5, Earl F. Robacker, Olive G. Zehner, Cornelius Weygandt, Henry J. Kauffman, Albert I. Drachman, Arthur D. Graeff, Edna Eby Heller

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● Antiques for Fancy and for Fun
● Dutch by the Ton
● Beasts in Dutchland
● Church Architecture in Lancaster County
● Tracking the Elusive Distelfink
● Renascence of History
● Dutch Cheeses
● The Zehn-uhr Schtick


The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Olive G. Zehner, Henry J. Kauffman, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Albert I. Drachman, Earl J. Heydinger, Edna Eby Heller, Friedrich Krebs, Don Yoder Apr 1955

The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Olive G. Zehner, Henry J. Kauffman, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Albert I. Drachman, Earl J. Heydinger, Edna Eby Heller, Friedrich Krebs, Don Yoder

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● Painted Tin or "Tole"
● Embroideries and Cutouts
● Moravian Architecture in Bethlehem
● Scratch-Carved Easter Eggs
● The Conestoga Horse
● The Reading Boat
● Lititz Specialties
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers
● The Zehn-uhr Schtick


The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 3, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, Olive G. Zehner, Richard S. Montgomery, Henry J. Kauffman, D. W. Thompson, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Friedrich Krebs, Don Yoder Jan 1955

The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 3, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, Olive G. Zehner, Richard S. Montgomery, Henry J. Kauffman, D. W. Thompson, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Friedrich Krebs, Don Yoder

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● Art in Christmas Cookies
● "Cookies, Just for Nice"
● The Trump Collection
● Ohio Fractur
● Houses of the Oley Valley
● The Riddle of the Two Front Doors
● The Oldest American Printing Press
● Belsnickel Lore
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers
● The Zehn-uhr Schtick


The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Cornelius Weygandt, William J. Phillips, J. William Stair, Olive G. Zehner, Friedrich Krebs, Henry J. Kauffman Oct 1954

The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Cornelius Weygandt, William J. Phillips, J. William Stair, Olive G. Zehner, Friedrich Krebs, Henry J. Kauffman

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● Spatterware
● "That's a Lot of Boloney"
● A Dutch Touch
● Birds in Dutchland
● Cornelius Weygandt Day
● Brick-end Barns
● Hardly Bigger Than a Peanut
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers
● Sycamores in Dutchland
● The Zehn-uhr Schtick


The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 1, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, Frances Lichten, Israel B. Earley, Olive G. Zehner, Martha Ross Swope, Henry J. Kauffman, Elizabeth Clarke Kieffer, John Lowry Ruth, Friedrich Krebs Jul 1954

The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 1, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, Frances Lichten, Israel B. Earley, Olive G. Zehner, Martha Ross Swope, Henry J. Kauffman, Elizabeth Clarke Kieffer, John Lowry Ruth, Friedrich Krebs

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● Editorial
● Somerset County Decorated Barns
● Butter Molds
● Restaurants, too, Go Dutch
● The Hostetter Fractur Collection
● Bindnagle's Church
● The Harry S. High Folk Art Collection
● Lebanon Valley Date Stones
● Of Bells and Bell Towers
● John Durang, the First Native American Dancer
● Stoffel Rilbps' Epistle
● The First Singing of Our National Anthem
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers


Spectrum December 1953, Students Of Risd Dec 1953

Spectrum December 1953, Students Of Risd

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Spectrum was a publication released in the early 1950s by the undergraduate students at Rhode Island School of Design. This issue from December 1953 includes editorials, student-submitted articles, hand drawn illustrations, poetry, and advertisements primarily for local businesses. Also, this issue has information about various scholarships, RISD club news and a brief history of RISD from 1878-1953 by John R. Frazier, RISD President from 1955-1962.


Ua68/17/2 Taming Of The Shrew Set Design, Wku Theatre & Dance Jan 1953

Ua68/17/2 Taming Of The Shrew Set Design, Wku Theatre & Dance

WKU Archives Records

Set design drawings and paintings for production of the Taming of the Shrew.


The Designer December 3, 1942, Students Of Risd Dec 1942

The Designer December 3, 1942, Students Of Risd

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The Designer was a student newspaper published in 1942. Three issues remain today. The first two issues are written by typewriter on loose sheaves of paper. This issue includes a poem discussing World War II, several editorials, and some brief news, all submitted by students.


The Designer April 1942, Students Of Risd Apr 1942

The Designer April 1942, Students Of Risd

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The Designer was a student newspaper published in 1942. Three issues remain today. The first two issues are written by typewriter on loose sheaves of paper. This issue includes several editorials and some brief news, all submitted by students.


The Designer March 1942, Students Of Risd Mar 1942

The Designer March 1942, Students Of Risd

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The Designer was a student newspaper published in 1942. Three issues remain today. The first two issues are written by typewriter on loose sheaves of paper. The issue of March 1, 1942 included information about club activities, art exhibitions, and student council notes. There were some speakers and activities that were related to World War II and the home front. This was the first issue so there was a plea for student participation.


Scope February 21, 1941, Students Of Risd Feb 1941

Scope February 21, 1941, Students Of Risd

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Scope was a student publication that discussed in its single issue the formation and plans of a new student organization. While the publication includes indications that it was intended to be published regularly, no other issues exist. This issue of February 21, 1941 had a brief article about the Trek Club at RISD and some of it's activities at the school farm in Barrington. A Winter Carnival took place and more activities were in the planning stages for the spring.


The Broadsheet April 1940, Students Of Risd Apr 1940

The Broadsheet April 1940, Students Of Risd

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The Broadsheet was a student publication which ran through the mid-1930s. Printed in the style of the broadsheet, the paper was a single sheet published weekly with brief descriptions of current news. The issue of April 1940 mentioned the Beaux Arts Ball coming up in May 1940. The theme of the Ball was Let's Go Hollywood. Social events, scholarships, RISD commencement activities, student exhibitions and RISD student club news.


The Broadsheet March 1940, Students Of Risd Mar 1940

The Broadsheet March 1940, Students Of Risd

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The Broadsheet was a student publication which ran through the mid-1930s. Printed in the style of the broadsheet, the paper was a single sheet published weekly with brief descriptions of current news. The issue of March 1940 mentioned the purchase of a farm in Foster, RI for RISD student fellowship. Other events for RISD students on campus were also included.


Ua1c7/313 Kentucky County Map, Orion Covington, Wku College Heights Foundation Jan 1937

Ua1c7/313 Kentucky County Map, Orion Covington, Wku College Heights Foundation

WKU Archives Records

Drawing of Kentucky County Map with inscription: The foundation has made 5002 distinct student loans from 1923-1937 (inclusive) amounting to $178,749.96. Each dot represents an average loan of $35.00+. See accompanying map for distribution by counties.

Includes insets: The Kentucky Building A few items included in the Kentucky Museum The Pioneer Log Cabin Rare books abound in the Kentucky Library An inviting spot in the colonial gardens. The College Heights Book Store.

Drawn by Orion K. Covington, 215 Woodford Street, Bowling Green, KY.


The Broadsheet May 1935, Students Of Risd May 1935

The Broadsheet May 1935, Students Of Risd

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The Broadsheet was a student publication which ran through the mid-1930s. Printed in the style of the broadsheet, the paper was a single sheet published weekly with brief descriptions of current news. The issue of May 1935 featured a small article about RISD Summer School for RISD students and younger students. Class trips, social events and Commencement activities were also included.


The Broadsheet March 1935 No. 4, Students Of Risd Apr 1935

The Broadsheet March 1935 No. 4, Students Of Risd

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The Broadsheet was a student publication which ran through the mid-1930s. Printed in the style of the broadsheet, the paper was a single sheet published weekly with brief descriptions of current news. The issue of March 1935, no. 4 had a brief article about the new orchestra which had rehearsals Tuesdays and Thursdays in Memorial Hall. Items of the Moment included campus events that were of interest to RISD students.


The Broadsheet April 1935, Students Of Risd Apr 1935

The Broadsheet April 1935, Students Of Risd

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The Broadsheet was a student publication which ran through the mid-1930s. Printed in the style of the broadsheet, the paper was a single sheet published weekly with brief descriptions of current news. The issue of April 1935 had a brief article about the RISD Costume Department's Fashion Show. Items of the Moment described activities of interest to RISD students.


The Broadsheet March 1935 No. 3, Students Of Risd Mar 1935

The Broadsheet March 1935 No. 3, Students Of Risd

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The Broadsheet was a student publication which ran through the mid-1930s. Printed in the style of the broadsheet, the paper was a single sheet published weekly with brief descriptions of current news. The issue of March 1935, no. 3 had a brief article about a Book-Binding class in RISD Teacher Education. Items of the Moment included art exhibitions, museum talks, and things of interest to RISD students and the local art community.


The Broadsheet March 1935 No. 2, Students Of Risd Mar 1935

The Broadsheet March 1935 No. 2, Students Of Risd

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The Broadsheet was a student publication which ran through the mid-1930s. Printed in the style of the broadsheet, the paper was a single sheet published weekly with brief descriptions of current news. The issue of March 1935, no. 2 had a brief article on a housing display containing models and drawings from RISD architecture and interior architecture students. These were on display in the RI Hospital National Bank building in Providence. Items of the Moment included activities of interest to RISD students and the local art community.