1998 Issue Set

Series: Pennsylvania Heritage Magazine

Winter 1998 The Difference This Day Makes By Charlene Mires; A Step Back In Time: Graeme Park, Colonial Country Estate By Sharon Hernes Silverman; History And Community: Pennsylvania's First Lady Makes The Connection By Brent D. Glass; Now Presenting America's Oldest Playhouse: The Walnut Street Theatre By Geraldine A. Duclow

Spring 1998 Disaster - Or Murder? - In The Mines By Robert P. Wolensky and Kenneth C. Wolensky; Life On The Lehigh Canal: An Interview With Richard Arner By Joan Gilbert; A Blast From The Past: Cornwall Iron Furnace By Sharon Hernes Silverman; Charles Grafly, An Apostle Of American Art By Stephen May

Summer 1998 A Champion For All Seasons By Barbara Gregorich; Sparking A Rock 'n' Roll Revolution: An Interview With Dick Clark By William C. Kashatus; Unity House, A Workers' Shangri-La By Kenneth C. Wolensky; A Kentucky Frontiersman's Pennsylvania Roots: The Daniel Boone Homestead By Sharon Hernes Silverman

Fall 1998 The Country Connection: Farmers Markets In The Public Eye By Helen Tangires; Erie Maritime Museum: A New Museum Opens A Window To History By Rod Snyder; Preserving Philadelphia: A Conversation With Charles E. Peterson, F.A.I.A. By William C. Kashatus; "Your Future Depends On Yourself": Asa Paker As The Self-Made Man By Lorett Treese

This back issue set contains the 1998 edition for winter, spring, summer, and fall.
This back issue set contains the 1998 edition for winter, spring, summer, and fall.

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