Spring 2021

Series: Pennsylvania Heritage Magazine

Volume XLVI, Number 2

Features

The Easter Egg: A Flourishing Tradition in Pennsylvania
Patrick J. Donmoyer

Ahead of Her Time: Pennsylvania Aviator Helen Richey
Don Sarvey

The Inventor from Ercildoun: William Chester Ruth
Bruce D. Bomberger

“The Not So Good Old Days”: Disease and the Struggle for Public Health in Pennsylvania
Tyler Stump

Departments

From the Executive Director
Andrea Lowery

Editor’s Letter
Kyle R. Weaver

Our Documentary Heritage: Butter v. Margarine
Richard C. Saylor

Marking Time: Pine Grove Furnace POW Interrogation Camp
Karen Galle

A Place in Time: Mothers’ Memorial, Ashland
April E. Frantz

Hands-On History: Finding Truth in the Frame: Leah Frances’ Discovery of Pennsylvania’s Historic Places
Andrea L. MacDonald

Trailheads
Amy Killpatrick Fox

Book Review: On Becoming Neighbors: The Communication Ethics of Fred Rogers by Alexandra C. Klarén
Patrick Parsons

Book Review: Little Italy in the Great War: Philadelphia’s Italians on the Battlefield and Home Front by Richard N. Juliani
Alan R. Perry

Pennsylvania Heritage Foundation Newsletter

Wish You Were Here: The Women’s March to Perry Square in Erie
Pamela W. Reilly

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