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Content Roundup – Fourth Week – November 2013


This week brings many works to light: Liberty Girl! New issues of dime novels and story papers! Yet another cemetery register for the Saint Anne Parish; over 80 Church Lithographs from the American Catholic Historical Society; ships papers from the Independence Seaport Museum’s Barry Hayes collection; issues of the 1917 Gaelic American newspaper; issue of the 1906 Ardmore Chronicle newspaper! And even a newly available set of music from 1977 in the Philadelphia Ceili Group Collection. As the holiday season nears, consider curling up and reading one of these exciting and newly available titles!


American Catholic Historical Society

St. Mary's

Church Lithographs (Packard, Butler and Partridge Lithographs: (81 items added)

Saint Anne Parish


Saint Anne Cemetery Register – “New Cemetery” – [ca. 1885-1902], Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.

Dime Novel and Popular Literature



Arm Chair Library (1 issue added)

Issue 51

Los dramas de la guerra (14 issues added)

Liberty Girl

The liberty girl / by Rena I. Halsey … illustrated by Nana French Bickford


Nimble Ike, the trick ventriloquist : a rousing tale of fun and frolic / by Old Sleuth (Part of Old Sleuth’s Own series)



Chicago Ledger (1 issue added)


New York Fireside Companion (5 issues added)


New York Weekly (10 issues added)


Independence Seaport Museum

Barry-Hayes Collection


Series LVIII Ships’ Papers (43 items added)

Joseph McGarrity Collection


The Gaelic American (1917: 9 issues added)

Historical Society of Montgomery County

Life Sized Dolls

Ardmore Chronicle (1906: 6 issues added)

Philadelphia Ceili Group

1977 Concerts

John Vesey and Eddie Cahill (3 items added)

River crossing


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  1. Comment by Morgan Wallace — December 8, 2013 @ 10:46 PM

    Hello. I wrote your email contact addy, but no reply. I noted you have Chicago Ledger and are apparently purchasing your copies via eBay, since that is where the four 1919 issues came from. I have tons of copies I am willing to part with. Cordially, Morgan Wallace

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