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Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 10, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Samuel P. Bayard, Don Yoder, Ralph S. Funk, Phil R. Jack, Russell S. Baver, Walter E. Boyer Oct 1959

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 10, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Samuel P. Bayard, Don Yoder, Ralph S. Funk, Phil R. Jack, Russell S. Baver, Walter E. Boyer

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Cutting-Up for Fancy
• English-Language Folk Culture in Pennsylvania
• The Bench Versus the Catechism: Revivalism and Pennsylvania's Lutheran and Reformed Churches
• Collecting and Indexing Dialect Poetry
• Folk Amusements in Western Pennsylvania
• Of Plows and Ploughing
• The New Year Wish of the Pennsylvania Dutch Broadside


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 10, No. 1, Frances Lichten, Victor C. Dieffenbach, Walter E. Boyer, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, John A. Hostetler, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Jeremiah W. Andreas, Jacob G. Shively, John Butz Bowman, Elsie Smith, Florence Baver Apr 1959

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 10, No. 1, Frances Lichten, Victor C. Dieffenbach, Walter E. Boyer, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, John A. Hostetler, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Jeremiah W. Andreas, Jacob G. Shively, John Butz Bowman, Elsie Smith, Florence Baver

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• "Tramp Work": Penknife Plus Cigar Boxes
• Tramps of My Youth
• The German Broadside Songs of Pennsylvania
• The Rise of Interest in Folk Art
• Dutch Treats for Breakfast
• The Amish, Citizens of Heaven and America
• Collectanea
• My Great-Grandmother
• Old Sweitzer's Ghost
• Pastimes of My Youth
• Battalion Day
• Seven Days Make One Week


A Study Of Representative Examples Of Art Works Fostered By The Mormon Church With An Analysis Of The Aesthetic Value Of These Works, Monte B. Degraw Jan 1959

A Study Of Representative Examples Of Art Works Fostered By The Mormon Church With An Analysis Of The Aesthetic Value Of These Works, Monte B. Degraw

Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to examine certain characteristics of representative examples of visual art fostered by the Mormon Church and to arrive at an estimate of the aesthetic values of these works by a comparative analysis with aesthetic values stressed in the literature.

Representative examples of Mormon art were examined to determine their primary purposes and themes. Each work considered was classified according to the following primary categories developed in a preliminary survey: (1) History Glorification, (2) Depiction of Moral Models, (3) Scriptural Teaching, and (4) Aesthetic Purpose.

The representative examples were analyzed for their stylistic qualities to ...