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Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 13, No. 1, Earl F. Robacker, George L. Moore, Russell S. Baver, Amos Long Jr., Edna Eby Heller, Florence Baver Oct 1962

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 13, No. 1, Earl F. Robacker, George L. Moore, Russell S. Baver, Amos Long Jr., Edna Eby Heller, Florence Baver

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Paint-Decorated Furniture of the Pennsylvania Dutch
• My Mother's Kitchen
• "H" is for Hinkle
• An Album of Chester County Farmhouses
• Smokehouses in the Lebanon Valley
• Morning Glory Cake
• Five Years of Folk Festivaling


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 12, No. 4, Don Yoder, Earl F. Robacker, Alan G. Keyser, Robert C. Bucher, Richard Shaner, Alma B. Meade Jul 1962

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 12, No. 4, Don Yoder, Earl F. Robacker, Alan G. Keyser, Robert C. Bucher, Richard Shaner, Alma B. Meade

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Pennsylvania's Plain Garb
• Ai, Ai, Ai, and a Bottle of Whatever
• Eagle Date Boards
• The Continental Log House
• Waffles and Wafers
• Folk Festival Program
• Witch Tales from Adams County
• Fianna the Dunkard


Lelia Maria Cocke: An Exhibition Of Paintings And Drawings, Lelia Maria Cocke Jan 1962

Lelia Maria Cocke: An Exhibition Of Paintings And Drawings, Lelia Maria Cocke

Other Documents

  • Art exhibition catalog for exhibition held at Hollins College (February-March 1962).
  • 12 unnumbered pages, b & w illustrations, 22 cm.
  • Includes biographical essay and catalogue of Lelia Maria Smith Cocke.


1962 Stanley A. Bauman Photograph Index, Stonehill College Archives Jan 1962

1962 Stanley A. Bauman Photograph Index, Stonehill College Archives

Bauman Indexes

Chronological Listing of all negatives taken by Stanley A. Bauman during 1962. The numbers to the left of each entry indicates the envelope those of negatives are found in. Please use this number when requesting contact sheets for images.


The Visual Image Of Joseph Smith, William B. Mccarl Jan 1962

The Visual Image Of Joseph Smith, William B. Mccarl

Theses and Dissertations

For most of the period since his death in 1844, at the hands of a maniacal mob in Carthage, Illinois, there has been doubt about which portrait of Joseph Smith, first president and founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, best represented his physical features. This work has attempted to accumulate as much information about his features as was available for the purpose of establishing the true image of the man. The discoveries made by this study are listed in the following discussion.