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Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 12, No. 3, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, J. William Frey, Vincent R. Tortora, Victor C. Dieffenbach, Alfred L. Shoemaker, John A. Hostetler, Laura Huyett, Andrew S. Berky, Don Yoder, Amos Long Jr., Alan G. Keyser, Richard Shaner, Alliene Dechant Oct 1961

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 12, No. 3, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, J. William Frey, Vincent R. Tortora, Victor C. Dieffenbach, Alfred L. Shoemaker, John A. Hostetler, Laura Huyett, Andrew S. Berky, Don Yoder, Amos Long Jr., Alan G. Keyser, Richard Shaner, Alliene Dechant

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Antiques in Dutchland
• Antique or Folk Art: Which?
• Pennsylvania Dutch
• Amish Barn Raisings
• Building a Pennsylvania Barn
• Water Witching
• Amish Family Life: A Sociologist's Analysis
• Straw Hat Making Among the Old Order Amish
• Bread and Apple-Butter Day
• Schnitz in the Pennsylvania Folk-Culture
• Dutch Country Scarecrows
• The Man Who Was Buried Standing Up
• Living Occult Practices in Dutch Pennsylvania
• Farewell to Ollie


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 12, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Vincent R. Tortora, Don Yoder, Robert C. Bucher, Paul R. Wieand, Amos Long Jr., Clarence Kulp Jr., Gary S. Dunbar, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Alan G. Keyser, Christ Geiger, Victor C. Dieffenbach, Richard Shaner Jul 1961

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 12, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Vincent R. Tortora, Don Yoder, Robert C. Bucher, Paul R. Wieand, Amos Long Jr., Clarence Kulp Jr., Gary S. Dunbar, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Alan G. Keyser, Christ Geiger, Victor C. Dieffenbach, Richard Shaner

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Township Weavers of Pennsylvania
• Amish Funerals
• The Bush-Meeting Dutch
• Steep Roofs and Red Tiles
• Carpet Rag Parties
• Fences in Rural Pennsylvania
• Folk Festival Program
• A Study of the Dialect Terminology of the Plain Sects of Montgomery County, Pa.
• Henry Chapman Mercer, Pennsylvania Folklife Pioneer
• The "Glingelsock"
• Sauerkraut in the Pennsylvania Folk-Culture
• Collectanea


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 12, No. 1, Earl F. Robacker, Alan G. Keyser, George L. Moore, Edith Patterson, Nicholas Bervinchak, Russell S. Baver, Edna Eby Heller, Mary C. Kreider, E. Estyn Evans Apr 1961

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 12, No. 1, Earl F. Robacker, Alan G. Keyser, George L. Moore, Edith Patterson, Nicholas Bervinchak, Russell S. Baver, Edna Eby Heller, Mary C. Kreider, E. Estyn Evans

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Tin: With Holes In
• Nineteenth Century Shooting Matches
• Dunkard Life in Lebanon Valley Sixty Years Ago
• Nicholas Bervinchak
• An Album of Etchings of the Pennsylvania Coal Region
• Corn Culture in Pennsylvania
• Rye Bread Lehigh County Style
• "Dutchified-English": Some Lebanon Valley Examples
• The Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Festival: A European Report


Show Exhibits, H M. Gloster Jan 1961

Show Exhibits, H M. Gloster

Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

The annual round of country agricultural shows will soon be with us.

Why not take an active part in your next local Show by becoming an exhibitor?


A Top For A Teenager : An Embroidery Motif, O. Evans Scott Jan 1961

A Top For A Teenager : An Embroidery Motif, O. Evans Scott

Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

WHEN a girl shows an interest in sewing, encourage her by allowing her to make something for herself.

Choose something simple that can be finished quickly without Mother's help—a difficult, time-consuming article may cause a flagging of interest.


From Cropping To Crochet, H M. Gloster Jan 1961

From Cropping To Crochet, H M. Gloster

Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

MANY of our readers will now be enjoying well earned holidays at the sea-side, after a strenuous year on farms.

The woman who is busily occupied all the year finds it difficult to sit for hours on the beach just watching the children paddling and playing with buckets and spades.


Sugar Bags - Just Sugar Bags : Brunch Buns, H M. Gloster Jan 1961

Sugar Bags - Just Sugar Bags : Brunch Buns, H M. Gloster

Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

DID you all buy bags of sugar and make jam, and bottle fruit, while the soft fruits were in season?

I do hope you saved those sugar bags—also the bits and pieces of gay drip-dry cottons left over from home dressmaking.

You will find there are plenty of useful and attractive articles that you can make with these things.