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Tredyffrin Easttown Historical Society
History Quarterly Digital Archives
Volume 47 — 2010

Volume 47 Number 1 — March 2010
 From the Editor & Cover Descriptions
4The Forgotten Statesman: Philander Knox and the Politics of the Early 1900s by Mike Bertram
24When the Legendary Burlington Zephyr Passed Through Paoli by Roger D. Thorne
23Notes & Comments
31Then ... and Now - Old Tredyffrin Township Building
Volume 47 Number 2 — July 2010
 From the Editor & Cover Descriptions
34Big Ideas in Small Buildings: The Residential Architecture of R. Brognard Okie by James B. Garrison, AIA
49The Commemoration of the "School Fight" by Roger D. Thorne, Dr. Rich Brake
54Coming Out of the Closet: The TEHS Archive Relocation by Kathy King and Mike Bertram
57The First European Settlers in the Great Valley? by Mike Bertram
60Then ... and Now - St. Peter's Church and the Warner Quarry
62Notes & Comments
Volume 47 Number 3 — October 2010
 From the Editor & Cover Descriptions
64The Schuylkill River Heritage Center: The Rebirth of the Phoenix Steel Foundry by Barbara Cohen
80Loyalty in Revolutionary Pennsylvania by Clarissa F. Dillon, Ph.D.
84The Bottling Plant at Colonial Springs by Mike Bertram
90Then ... and Now - Main Line Airport/Great Valley Corporate Center
92Notes & Comments
Volume 47 Number 4 — December 2010
 From the Editor & Cover Descriptions
96A Pictorial Record of Great Valley Presbyterian Church Edited by Roger D. Thorne
108Tredyffrin in 1710
112Centennial Celebration of Paoli Library, 2010 by Steve Dittmann
114Thomson Lodge No. 340 Celebrates Sesquicentennial Anniversary by Richard E. Kurtz
116Paoli Fire Company: The First 101 Years by Bruce E. Mapes
121Colonial Springs Revisited by Mike Bertram
111Notes & Comments
123Then ... and Now - Bottling Plant at Colonial Springs

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