Volume XXXIV, Number 2
From the Editor
Michael J. O'Malley III
Executive Director's Letter
A Place in Time
Philadelphia's Settlement Music School Celebrates 100 Years of Magic
Author Jim McClelland writes about two young Philadelphians, Blanche Wolf Kohn and Jeannette Selig Frank, who founded the school in 1908. The school has emerged to become one of the most important institutions in the country.
"Art with a Purpose": Pennsylvania's Museum Extension Project, 1935-1943
Author Curtis Miner has meticulously researched one of the least well-known programs of Roosevelt's New Deal and Pennsylvania's Little New Deal.
"In Immortal Splendor": Wilkes-Barre's Fugitive Slave Case of 1853
William C. Kashatus
William C. Kashatus guides readers on a whirlwind visit to mid-nineteenth-century Wilkes-Barre.
Spencer G. Lucas, David L. Fillmore, Edward L. Simpson, Robert M. Sullivan
Along the Pennsylvania Trails of History ™
Walter P. Rybka
Our Documentary Heritage
Willis L. Shirk Jr.
Wish You Were Here!
Out and About
Pennsylvania Heritage Society Newsletter
Lost and Found
Marking Time: Frances Perkins
Sharing the Common Wealth