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Pennsylvania.

 Subject
Subject Source: Fast

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Broadsides of the German-American Imprint Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS 031
Summary A component of the larger German-American Imprint Collection, this collection contains fine examples of printed broadsides including songs, scripture, allegories, created by Pennsylvania Germans in the Eastern Pennsylvania and New York region dating from the late-18th to late-19th centuries.
Dates: c.1800-1900,; Majority of material found within 1850-1890

Caroline Peart Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 069
Summary This collection contains the personal papers of Pennsylvania artist Caroline Peart. Strengths of the collection include personal correspondence between Caroline Peart and her husband Christian Brinton. Additional strengths include the civil war correspondence and papers of her father, industrialist John Peart. Lastly, an extensive collection of influential images provides insight into the development and understanding of Caroline Peart's artistic style. Also contained with Peart papers is...
Dates: 1858-1999,; Majority of material found within 1890-1956

Linnaean Society of Lancaster City and County Records

 Collection
Identifier: MS 013
Summary This collection consists of administrative materials, correspondence, section reports and memorials.
Dates: 1862-1896,; Majority of material found within 1862-1889

Unger-Bassler Frakturschriften Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS 029
Summary A component of the larger German-American Imprint Collection, this collection contains fine examples of hand-executed and printed Geburt und taufscheins (birth and baptismal certificates), trauscheins (marriage certificates), vorschrifts (writing examples), haus segens (house blessings), bucherzeichen (bookplates), and drawings created by Pennsylvania Germans in the Eastern Pennsylvania, New York, and Maryland region dating from the late -18th to late-19th centuries.
Dates: 1762-1891,; Majority of material found within c.1820-1878