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Pennsylvania Heritage Fall 2018 Issue is Available

Pennsylvania Heritage Fall 2018 Issue is Available

The Fall 2018 issue of Pennsylvania Heritage magazine is available! This fall, enjoy featured articles:

  • “From the Anonymous Lady to the Peales and the Sullys: Philadelphia’s Professional Women Artists of the Early Republic” by Cythina Haveson Veloric
  • “Stockings, Cap Braids and Bomber Turrets” Wyomissing Industries Mobilizes for World War I” by Robert D. Hill
  • “1918’s Deadliest Killer: The Flu Pandemic Hist Pennsylvania” by Thomas J. McGuire
  • “Keeping with the Dignity of the Commonwealth: 50 Years of the Pennsylvania Governor’s Residence” by David J. Morrison

Other great articles, sharing the collections of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, include:

  • Marking Time Stephanie Kwolek, Inventor of Kevlar by Karen Galle, Historic Preservation Specialist
  • Our Documentary Heritage Readco and the Transition to Military Manufacturing in World War II by Richard C. Saylor, Archivist
  • A Place In Time Loleta Recreation Area by Keith Heinrich
  • Trailheads World War II Trails by Amy Killpatrick Fox, Museum Educator
  • PHMC Highlights Sean Adkins, Social Media Manager
  • Wish You Were Here The Old Stone Arch Bridge Over Jack’s Creek by Pamela W. Reilly, Historic Preservation Specialist
  • Sharing the Common Wealth Helen Behal’s Jewish Welfare Board Uniform by Kyle R. Weaver, Pennsylvania Heritagemagazine editor

Book reviews:

  • Smoketown: The Untold Story of the Other Great Black Renaissance by Mark Whitaker; reviewed by Imani D. Owens, University of Pittsburgh
  • Branch Line Empires: The Pennsylvania and the New York Central Railroads by Michael Bezilla with Luther Gette; reviewed by Dan Cupper, Pennsylvania history author/licensed locomotive engineer

The Pennsylvania Heritage Foundation newsletter:

  • “PHF Recognizes Past Executive Director and CDO”
  • “You Can Help Preserve Pennsylvania’s History”
  • “PHF Welcomes New Board Members”

Members receive the Pennsylvania Heritage magazine at home four times a year.

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