Spring 2017

Series: Pennsylvania Heritage Magazine

Volume XLIII, Number 2

Contents:

From the Executive Director
James M. Vaughan

Editor's Letter
Kyle R. Weaver

Our Documentary Heritage: Leroy Horlacher, World War I Conscientious Objector
Richard C. Saylor

Marking Time: Anna Wagner Keichline: Architect, Inventor, Suffragist and World War I Special Agent
Karen Galle

Into the Dark World of Catching Crooks, Culprits and Convicts: An Interview with Robert K. Wittman
Michael J. O'Malley III

Recruitment, Conservation and Liberty Bonds: Posters and the War to End All Wars
Richard C. Saylor

A Tragic Day in Echo: The Southern Cambria Railway Trolley Accident
Rob Quay

A Place in Time: Philadelphia Naval Shipyard
Keith Heinrich

Trailheads: World War I Centennial Trails
Amy Killpatrick Fox

PHMC Highlights: Seeing the Light at Glen Foerd on the Delaware
Sean Adkins

Book Review: Pennsylvania: A Military History by William A. Pencak, Christian B. Keller and Barbara A. Gannon
Randall M. Miller

Book Review: John Updike's Pennsylvania Interviews edited by James Plath
James Speese

Book Review: Boathouse Row by Dotty Brown
Charles Kupfer

Book Review: Chuck Noll by Michael MacCambridge
Todd M. Mealy

Pennsylvania Heritage Foundation Newsletter

Wish You Were Here: Romani in Pennsylvania
Pamela W. Reilly

Sharing the Common Wealth: World War I Ambulances
Kyle R. Weaver

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