Chicago Ledger, v. XLIV, no. 4, January 22, 1916.
A variety of newly available materials are presented for your reading and listening pleasure. Included in this end of August trove are: issues of the local newspaper from 1913-1915: the Ardmore Chronicle; new story paper issues; audio files from the Philadelphia Ceili Group; new Villanova Masters Theses; and a host of rare pamphlets.
Dime Novel and Popular Literature
Chicago Ledger (1 issue)
Comfort (1 partial issue)
Happy Days (1 issue)
Happy Hours (1 partial issue)
Flora, Fauna, and the Human Form
“The Truth about Vivisection” : a reply to an article by Ernest Harold Baynes
Might vs. Right : an appeal for fair play / by Emma C. Bergdoll
War Camp Community Service, a retrospect
The Crime of the Congo and the German atrocities : a study of thrills and horrors with an appendix
Historical Society of Montgomery County
Ardmore Chronicle – Volume XXV, No. 12, Saturday, December 20, 1913.
1913 (24 issues added)
1914 (7 issues added)
1915 (11 issues added)
Philadelphia Physicians Actually in Military Service
In memoriam : Henry Houck, Pennsylvania’s beloved educator, 1836-1917
Philadelphia Ceili Group
Ambient Recording of a Ceili), 1979 (3 parts added)
Villanova Digital Collection
1961 (36 added)
1962 (33 added)
Intercourse Between Bolshevism and Sinn Fein / presented to Parliment by Command of his Majesty
p. 2, Ardmore Chronicle – Volume XXVI, No. 25, Saturday, March 27, 1915.