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Spring 2020, Volume 55, Number 2
Pursuing a Revolutionary War Legend at St. Peter's Church in the Great Valley – Roger D. Thorne
The Plantation of William Penn's "Sylvania" – Larry Ward
The Legacy of C. Herbert Fry and Other Gifts Received in 2018 – Cheryl Leibold
Valley Forge Historical Marker Restored – Larry DeYoung
Notes & Comments – John O. Senior

  • Society Visit to the American Swedish Historical Museum
  • Jones Log Barn Update and 15th Historic House Tour
 
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Autumn 2019, Volume 55, Number 1
To Market We Go: A Celebration of the Lancaster County Farmers Market on the Upper Main Line – Roger D. Thorne
The Lancaster County Farmers Market: Serving the Main Line for Over Eight Decades – Daniel W. Neff
Impressions and Recollections, Part 1

  • Personal Memories of the Market — Roger D. Thorne
  • Memories of the Lancaster County Farmers Market in Wayne — James Brazel
  • Living and Learning – Loyd Pakradooni
  • Comments from a Loyal Market Customer — Barb & Dan Kurkjian

A Conversation with the Huacani Family – Roger D. Thorne
Impressions and Recollections, Part 2

  • The Market Provides Community — Bruce Martin
  • Reminiscences: The Cottage at the Market — Loyd Pakradooni

A Conversation with the Huacani Family – Roger D. Thorne
Impressions and Recollections, Part 3

  • A Sense of Community — Michael Fisher
 
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Spring 2019, Volume 54, Number 4
Service with a Smile: Three Generations of DiAntonio Family Auto Service – Bart Van Valkenburgh
Robert and Frances Ligget: Local History Leaders of the Mid-Twentieth Century – Stephen Dittmann
Archive Gifts Received in 2017 – Cheryl Leibold
More Reflections on Lord Stirling's Quarters – Cheryl Leibold and John O. Senior
Old Eagle Garden Club, A Main Line Establishment – Janet Alwang
Colonial or Colonial Revival? – Clarissa F. Dillon, Ph.D.
Growing Old in the World of William Penn – Clarissa F. Dillon, Ph.D.
2018 Historic House Tour – Pattye Benson, with photos by John O. Senior
Notes & Comments – John O. Senior

  • Wharton Esherick Historic Marker Dedication and Diamond Rock Schoolhouse Update
  • Paoli Inn Historic Marker Dedication
  • Jones Log Barn Reconstruction Project Update
  • The Valley Forge Turnpike Berm
  • The Old Clockworks Building vs. Digital Billboards in Paoli
 
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Spring 2018, Volume 54, Number 2
The Story of Slim, a Lineman in the Great Valley – J. Michael Morrison
Commemorating The Main Line Airport: Remembering 50 Years of Local Aviation – Roger D. Thorne
How a Story Develops: The Mary Severn Jones Diary – Mike Bertram & Heidi Sproat
Research Techniques 1 & 2 – Mike Bertram
Prescribed Fires at Valley Forge Park – John O. Senior
Notes & Comments
In Memoriam: Joyce A. Post, Richard E. Kurtz, Esq., William H. Fritz, III

 
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March 2017, Volume 53, Number 3
Ruth Esherick Bascom: The Extraordinary Life and Times of an Artist's Daughter
– Mansfield (Bob) Bascom, with Roger D. Thorne
Wharton Esherick's Studio: The House of Wows – Mansfield Bascom
Mr. Boswell Goes to Corsica: The Surprising Origins of Modern Democratic Charisma – David A. Bell
Notes & Comments:
Groundbreaking at Paoli Train Station – John O. Senior

 
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October 2016, Volume 53, Number 2
The Papal Weekend In Paoli, September 26–27, 2015 – Roger D. Thorne
A Rare Re-Platforming Through Paoli – Roger D. Thorne
Update on the 1930 Devon Fireworks Explosion Site and the Westover Bird Sanctuary
– Heidi Sproat and Michele Hawk
In Memoriam: Jean Dixon-Sullivan
Notes & Comments:
Society Outreach at Local Events – John O. Senior
Centennial Celebration of the Pipe Organ at Trinity Presbyterian Church – John O. Senior
Grand Opening of Sullivan's Bridge – John O. Senior
2016 Historic House Tour – John O. Senior
TEHS Featured on PBPA Banner – John O. Senior

 
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July 2016, Volume 53, Number 1
The Hires Root Beer Family Story and its Connections to Tredyffrin & Easttown Townships – Jeff Groff
2014 Gifts to the TEHS Archives and Special Collections – Cheryl Leibold
In Memoriam: Margery Stratton
Notes & Comments:
2016 Member Excursion to the Old Roberts School – John. O. Senior
Vintage Pullman Car Visits Paoli – John. O. Senior
Chesterbrook Redevelopment Progress – John. O. Senior
Major Repairs at Valley Forge Park – John. O. Senior & Roger Thorne

 
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February 2016, Volume 52, Numbers 3 & 4
New Images of the Chester Valley Railroad: The Reading Railroad's Chester Valley Branch
in Tredyffrin and Environs
– James Brazel and Roger Thorne
The Chester Valley Trail: From Rail to Trail – Tim Lander
Perspectives on the Old Covered Wagon Inn – Mike Bertram, John O. Senior, Heidi Sproat
The Winter of 2013–2014 – Bill Marshall
Record-breaking winter storm of February 2014: A first-person account – Duane Malm
George Washington Fished Here – Richard E. Kurtz
In Memoriam: Mary Robertson Ives, Bob Tickner, and John & Ann Hanft
Notes & Comments:
Big Changes in Chesterbrook – John. O. Senior
50 Years at Tredyffrin Public Library – John. O. Senior
Dedication of Historic Marker for the Devon Horse Show – John. O. Senior
Update on Westover Park, Scene of the 1930 Devon Fireworks Explosion – Heidi Sproat
An Old White Oak – C. Herbert Fry

 
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October 2015, Volume 52, Number 2
Music and Memories: The Story of the Maple Grove Inn – Penny L. Washington
A Beautiful Journey: The Life of the Main Line's Mildred Miller Burruss – Penny L. Washington
Changes at Valley Forge National Historical Park 2013 and Beyond
– Kate Hammond, edited by John O. Senior & Heidi Sproat
Recent Additions to the Image Collection Database – Heidi Sproat & John. O. Senior
Notes & Comments:
2015 Historic House Tour – John. O. Senior
Historic Knox Covered Bridge is damaged – Roger D. Thorne
Mummers visit the Devon Horse Show – John. O. Senior
2015 Members Excursion to St. David's Church – John. O. Senior
Society Activity at Tredyffrin Public Library – John. O. Senior

 
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April 2015, Volume 52, Number 1
2015 S. Paul Teamer Award Recipients – Roger Thorne & Heidi Sproat, edited by John O. Senior
Eating Locally in Colonial Tredyffrin and Easttown – Clarissa Dillon, Ph.D.
The Architecture of Culver & Rogers in Tredyffrin and Easttown – Greg Prichard
J. Alden Mason: Our Link with Ancient Panama Gold – Cheryl Leibold
Notes & Comments:
New Chesterbrook Farm Photographs Published – Cheryl Leibold
First Pennsylvania Ballet Performance in a Paoli Horse Pasture – Heidi Sproat

 
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July 2014, Volume 51, Number 2 — Table of Contents
TEHS Archives and Special Collections: A Look at the Gifts Received in 2013 – Cheryl Leibold
Photographs of Tredyffrin and Easttown Estates from William Morrison – Gretchen Kiernan
History of St. John's Presbyterian Church, Devon, Pennsylvania, 1893–2013 – Eva Davies Noll with Barbara McConnell, Nancy Kimmons, & John O. Senior
In Memoriam: Eva Davies Noll
The Chester Valley Trail in Tredyffrin Township – Stephen Dittmann
Then and Now: Cassatt Avenue in Berwyn – Roger Thorne and Herb Fry
Notes & Comments

 
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April 2014, Volume 51, Number 1
Strafford Station at the Centennial: Fact or Fiction? – Greg Prichard
Early History of Paoli – Mike Bertram
Henry Fox and the Fox Inn in Easttown – Mike Bertram
The Baptist Union School – Mike Bertram
Early African American Burials in 19th Century Valley Friends Meeting Burial Grounds – Patricia J. Henry
With Respect to Women – Clarissa F. Dillon
The Connection between the Development of Psychoanalysis and Daylesford – Mike Bertram
Then and Now: Canal Collector’s Office at Paoli – Roger Thorne and Herb Fry
Notes & Comments

 
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June 2013, Volume 50, Number 2
Then and Now: Northwestern Tredyffrin Township – John O. Senior
An Archaeological Investigation of the Joseph Lewis Site – Cultural Heritage Research Services, Inc.
Book Review: Trinity Remembers... – Richard E. Kurtz with an introduction by Roger D. Thorne
Notes & Comments
Index to Volume 49

 
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March 2013, Volume 50, Number 1
Phillis and Slavery in Tredyffrin Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania – Patricia Henry
Hugh Steen, Serial Entrepreneur of Tredyffrin – Mike Bertram
The Black Bear Inn – Mike Bertram
Notes & Comments

 
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December 2012, Volume 49, Number 4
When the Cold War Cast Its Shadow upon the Great Valley:
The Paoli/Valley Forge Nike Missile Base, 1954-1964
– Roger Thorne
Notes & Comments

 
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September 2012, Volume 49, Number 3
The Three Cassatts – Cheryl Leibold
The Davis-Armstrong-Sparks Map – Mike Bertram
George Washington's GIS System – Sean Moir
Early Girl Scouting in the East District – Jean Harlow
Devon Ladies Accused of Smuggling – Richard E. Kurtz
Notes & Comments
Index to Volume 48

 
Quarterly V49 N1+2 Cover

July 2012, Volume 49, Number 1 & 2 — Table of Contents
– Special Double Issue
A Tour of the Generals’ Quarters – Mike Bertram and Tim Lander
Notes & Comments

 
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December 2011, Volume 48, Number 4
A New Roof for an Old Barn – Tim Lander
Revolutionary Reparations – Mike Bertram
When I Decided to Join the Tredyffrin Easttown History Club – Jim Brazel
The New TEHS Logo Has Early Origins – J. Michael Morrison
Then... and Now: Diamond Rock Schoolhouse
2012 S. Paul Teamer Awards
Index to Volume 47

 
Quarterly V48 N3 Cover

September 2011, Volume 48, Number 3
Crum Creek Valley – Richard E. Kurtz
Toward Valley Forge – From the Pennsylvania Gazette
The Valley Forge Asbestos Insulation Works – Peter Segal and Mike Bertram
Trinity Presbyterian Church 150th Anniversary

 
Quarterly V48 N1 Cover

March 2011, Volume 48, Number 1
When German Prisoners of War Passed Through Paoli – Roger D. Thorne

 
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December 2010, Volume 47, Number 4
A Pictorial Record of Great Valley Presbyterian Church – Edited by Roger D. Thorne
Tredyffrin in 1710 – Mike Bertram
Centennial Celebration of Paoli Library, 2010 – Steve Dittmann
Thomson Lodge No. 340 Celebrates Sesquicentennial Anniversary – Richard E. Kurtz
Paoli Fire Company: The First 101 Years – Bruce E. Mapes
Colonial Springs Revisited – Mike Bertram
Notes & Comments
Then... and Now: Bottling Plant at Colonial Springs

 
Quarterly V47 N1 Cover

March 2010, Volume 47, Number 1
The Forgotten Statesman: Philander Knox and the Politics of the Early 1900s – Mike Bertram
When the Legendary Burlington Zephyr Passed Through Paoli – Roger D. Thorne
Notes & Comments
Then... and Now: Old Tredyffrin Township Building

 

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