1992 Issue Set

Series: Pennsylvania Heritage Magazine

Winter 1992 "The Public is Invited to Know": Fighting for the Public Memory of Henry Clay Frick by Brent D. Glass; The Legend of Jay Gould By Phil Holleran; Philadelphia, First By Michael J. O'Malley III; The Resurrection of Henry Ossawa Tanner By Stephen May; The Young Lady of Lewisburg Grows Up By Nada Gray and Doris Dysinger

Spring 1992 Paradise Lost: A Poet in the Political Labyrinth By Paul C. Wermuth; Thaddeus Stevens, Equality of Man Before His Creator By Beverly Wilson Palmer; The Magic of Mount Gretna: An Interview with Jack Bitner By Diane B. Reed; Painting for Peer, Patron and the Public By Kent Ahrens; The Day They Raised a Monument in Dixie By Terrence J. Winschel;

Summer 1992 Teetering on the Brink of Rebellion? By Gerald G. Eggert; Profile: Howard L. Barnes, Dean of Philadelphia's Amateur Historians By William C. Kashatus III; Against All Odds: Chevalier Jackson, Physician and Painter By Louis M. Waddell; Clatter, Sproing, Clunk Went the Trolley... By Joseph P. Eckhardt; Noble Ambitions: The Founding of the Franklin Institute By Kershaw Burbank

Fall 1992 A Voice in the Wilderness By Mary A. Hamilton; With Dash and Spirit: Haverford College Plays Soccer! By William C. Kashatus III; James Wilson, Forgotten Founding Father By Wayne L. Trotta; The Tax Collector of Bower Hill By Chadwick Allen Harp; Breaking Nature's Silence: Pennsylvania's Rachel Carson By Lisa Budwig

This back issue set contains the 1992 edition for winter, spring, summer, and fall.
This back issue set contains the 1992 edition for winter, spring, summer, and fall.

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