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Cornelius Weygandt Papers

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Cornelius Weygandt was born December 13, 1871 in the Germantown section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Cornelius Nolen Weygandt and Lucy Elmaker Thomas. After attending Germantown Academy, he entered the University of Pennsylvania and graduated from the college in 1891. He enrolled in the graduate school of the University of Pennsylvania majoring in English but after a year decided to drop out and work as a reporter. Weygandt worked for the Philadelphia Record, 1892-1893 and then for the Philadelphia Evening Telegraph, 1893-1897. During this period he gained a great deal of practical experience writing and exposure to the theater in Philadelphia.

In fall 1897 Weygandt returned to his graduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania and became an instructor in the Department of English. Weygandt developed an interest in contemporary Irish literature part of what was then called the Celtic Renaissance and became acquainted with a number of leading figures of the Irish literary world around 1900 which lead to his book Irish Plays and Playwrights published in 1914. His interest in contemporary literature played a role in his graduate studies. In 1901 Weygandt completed his dissertation on the "Tendencies in English Poetry" and received his PhD from the University of Pennsylvania.

Weygandt's return to the University of Pennsylvania in 1897 marked the beginning of a fifty-five year career as a teacher in the Department of English. He held the appointment as an Instructor from 1897 to 1904, Assistant Professor of English from 1904 to 1908 and as a full Professor in English Literature from 1908 to 1952. Weygandt was known at Penn for beginning the practice of lecturing on contemporary writers rather than ending the lectures with literature up to 1870. As early as the session of 1898-99 he was teaching a course on contemporary poetry. His skill as an engaging storyteller who taught his students how to understand literature through comparison to real-life experiences made his courses extremely popular with undergraduates. Generations of students who attended the University during this period remembered fondly his classes and the lessons they learned from them.

Cornelius Weygandt's storytelling skills brought him literary success. His exposure to the Irish literary influenced his writing with something he called higher provincialism. Weygandt's application of this approach developed in him in what his colleagues called "an intense curiosity about our own colonial cultures - their homes, their food, their folkways and arts, and their speech." He wrote extensively about his own life experiences, particularly the cultural influences from America's past that existed in his life. His most notable work was in describing the culture of the Pennsylvania Germans which appeared in many of his books, the first being The Red Hills published in 1929. Weygandt wrote about the influences and remnants of colonial culture that still existed in southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and New Hampshire (where he had a summer home). Between 1929 and 1946 he published fifteen books based on his higher provincialism model.

In addition to his literary interests, Weygandt was also interested in the material world of the past. He collected a great number of Pennsylvania German related artifacts. He was also an avid bird watcher.

Cornelius Weygandt married Sara Matlack Roberts. They had two children, Cornelius Nolen Weygandt and Ann Matlack Weygandt. He died in 1957 in New Hampshire.

The Cornelius Weygandt Papers document his literary efforts primarily from the 1920s to the 1950s. The majority of the collection contains unpublished of essays and books he had prepared and may have planned to publish. The essays are mostly in typescript form and have varying degrees of editing. In addition to the manuscript material, there is a small collection of articles he wrote for the University of Pennsylvania's alumni magazine.

In addition to his literary work, the papers document Cornelius Weygant's interest in decorative arts. There are negatives representing illustrations of books, illuminated manuscripts and fractur; samples and needlepoint; paintings, prints and portraits; furniture; plates; kitchen and tableware; Dutchiana; miscellaneous decorative arts; hunting, trapping, and fishing; and tools and lighting.

Documentation on the Weygandt family is also found in the papers but is limited in scope. There is some material relating to college education and early teaching career of Weygandt's daughter Ann M. Weygandt who was a professor of English at the University of Delaware.

The Cornelius Weygandt Papers are organized in four series: Correspondence, Decorative Arts, Family, and Writings. Each series is arranged alphabetically by subject matter.

Gift of Ann M. Weygandt, daughter of Cornelius Weygandt, in 1992 (1992:56) and by purchase in 2010 (2011:12). The articles and reprints as well as the book reviews in the Writings series were originally part of the records of the Office of the Recorder.

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University of Pennsylvania: University Archives and Records Center
Finding Aid Author
Theresa R. Snyder, revised by J.M. Duffin
Finding Aid Date
1992, 2011
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Robert E. Spiller, 1926.
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Books, illuminated manuscripts and Fraktur.
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Samples and needlepoint.
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Paintings, prints and portraits.
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Furniture.
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Plates.
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Kitchen and tableware.
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Dutchiana.
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Miscellaneous decorative arts.
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Hunting, trapping, and fishing.
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Tools and lighting.
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Jacob Weygandt, copy of will, 1861.
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Instruction to tax assessors, Plainfield Township, Northampton County, 1787.
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Memoir of Maria Agnetta Weygandt (née Bechtel).
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Weygandt Descendants: Estate of Jacob Weygandt, 1894-1902.
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Notebook, "Romantic Period", 1930.
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Syllabus, notes, tests and class for Art 121, 1950.
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Articles and reprints, 1926-1951.
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Book reviews, 1936-1946.
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Haycockiana.
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Seven Old Cultures in Pennsylvania.
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Mrs. Rabbitt.
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Of Neighboring Stiles and Fruit Cake.
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On Going to the Zoo.
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Twelve Good Men.
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Twelve Street Market.
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Daybreak to Nightfall.
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Delaware Valley Days.
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Horizons at Nightfall.
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Our Century Changes, Traditions and Culture.
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Peebles on the Beach.
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A Baby's Rattle of Brown Ash and Corn.
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A Business Man's Creed.
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A Catbird Chary of Song.
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A Day of Boot and Barter.
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A Family Bear.
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A Flock Without A Ram.
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A Fly Net for Dobbin.
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A Gargantuan Cardinal.
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"A Land Overflowing with Milk and Honey".
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A Lion on His Hind Legs.
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A Literary Historian's Point of View.
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A Moravian Table.
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A Patriarchal Puss.
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A Pecking Turkey.
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A Pow-Wow from Berks County.
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A Seven Tuliped Distelfink.
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A Tulip in Matzebaum.
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A Whippoorwill Calling.
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A Wren House of Redware.
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"Abomination Among the Fowls".
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Alexander Köllner, Designer and Lithographer.
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America At Its Cheapest.
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An American Platter of Old World Type.
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An Eagle in Walnut.
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And There Was Light.
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Ann's Miscellaneous Collection.
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Ansel Lee on Loons.
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Are Cats' Yawns Catching?.
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As Winter Looms in the Offing.
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At the Time of Resurrection.
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Back Country Down East.
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Baptists and Methodists.
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Beavers Not Always a Blessing.
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Beware of Dog.
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Bi-Lingual Homilies.
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Bird's-Eye Maple Anti-Puritan?.
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Blue Minks.
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Bluejays' Change of Habits.
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Books Furnish Well.
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Books Galore.
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Books in German of a Diversity of Subjects.
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Books in Philadelphia.
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Botany the First Fashionable Science.
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Brightly Painted Lehnware.
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Browns.
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Buttermoulds, Cups and Flutes.
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"Caroline B----- of Sandwich, N.H.".
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Catchalls and Disapproved.
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Cats.
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Chalk Animals.
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Champneys on the Saco Intervals.
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Changes in Bird Life.
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Charles Conrad Abbott.
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Chocorua Was All in All to Bolles.
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Chopping Bowls; The Phoenix A Pheasant?.
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Clothes on the Line.
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Colloquy at Salmon Brook, August 1881.
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Concord Stands Alone.
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Consider the Lilies.
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Coxes and Markles and Other Strange Things.
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Day's End and Darkness of Fellows Hill.
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Decorating Easter Eggs.
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Deer.
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Did She Get Him?.
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Did the Schools Do It?.
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Dogwood White.
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Donkeys and Mules.
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Earl F. Robacker.
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Ein Blumlein und das schonst Gluck.
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Elisabeth Seidel's Hymn Book.
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England Annals.
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Ephrata Beliefs and Music.
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Fate Spared Them.
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Figures in Plaster.
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Flora Alpina.
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For Horseradish?.
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Forks.
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Forty Years on Fellows Hill.
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Frock, Smock, of Smock-Frock?.
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From a Lancaster County Garret.
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Germantown In North Sandwich.
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Gifts.
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Glimmer.
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Great, Great, Great, Great Grandfather's Book.
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Happy Jeopardy.
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Hay and Well Water.
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He Hated Himself.
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Hexagons and Octagons.
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High Jinks Are Dead and Gone.
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His Vine and Fig Tree.
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Home Art in Dutchland.
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Hominess in the Wild.
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Hong's Woods.
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Horns Among New Hampshire Hills.
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Horses of Ours.
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Irish Dutchmen.
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It Made Resurrection Easier.
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"It Wonders Me".
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Jacob Weygandt's Portrait.
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James Stephens Owned Few of His Own Books.
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James Whitecomb Riley.
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Jig Saw Work of the Seventies.
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"Just A Story and A Half House".
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Lancaster County Visited.
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Lehn Ware.
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Letters from Poets.
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Lining Bees.
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Lionel Johnson.
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Little Silver in Dutchland.
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Little Things That Last.
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Logs, Stone and Clapboards Together.
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"Loud is the Vale".
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Mainstays and Oddities of Yesterday.
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Maps of Various Authorities.
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Mending Wall.
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Mid-August Birds.
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Mid-Victorian Maine.
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Mighty Meals in Dutchland.
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Mockingbirds Far to Seek.
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Moments of Vision.
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More Folks Below Ground?.
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Mostly Cellar Holes Now.
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Mountain Pink Coming Back.
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My Dogs.
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My Several Interests.
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Nature-Made Or Man-Made.
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New England Bygones.
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New Glass and Old Chairs.
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New Hampshire in Germantown.
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New Jersey An Unloved State.
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New Words for Old Things.
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Nightfall in November.
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No American Bird by an Indian Name.
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No Democracy Back Along.
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Not More Than Four Generations Back.
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Notes By The Way.
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October Moths.
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Odd Bits of Iron.
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Of Equinoctials and Cuckoo Storms.
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Of Gifts and Legacies.
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Of Hoeing and Hoes.
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Of Meeting, Visiting and Chores.
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Of Russett Apples and Fishing through the Ice.
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Of Stepping Stones, Footpaths and Stiles.
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Of Summer People, Oxen and Poetic Justice.
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Old Silver Watches.
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Old Treasure From the Delaware.
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Oliver St. John Gogarty.
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On Pilgrimage to Yesterday.
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On the Way Out.
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Oriental Rugs.
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Our Rushlight Period.
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Our Well of Sweet Water.
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Patterns for Quilts.
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Peacocks of Soft Paste.
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Pearls of Great Price.
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Pears Above Apricots?.
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Persimmons and Possums.
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Pink and Red Mellows Against Grey Walls.
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Ploughed Bits of Glass from Alloway.
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Poets I Have Met.
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Priceless Things.
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Quarries.
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Rare Spirits in College Hall.
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Redware.
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Rev. Dr. Hidden Made Tamworth a Cultural Centre.
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Rhododendrons.
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Rolling Pins.
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Seven Folio Bank Books.
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Sewing Balls and Darning Eggs.
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Signposts to Far Away.
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Six Spoons.
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Skunks as Neighbors.
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Sleighing at Twelve Dollars the Hour.
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Some Books on Dutchland.
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Splendor in Little.
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Stiegel.
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Stone Stands for Eternity.
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Sunken Roads.
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Table Manners Change.
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Taming the Striped Squirrels.
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Tea or Supper.
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The Background of Quiet Hills.
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The Barn Swallows Betake Themselves Southward in 1955.
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The Best of Whitman.
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The Blackbird.
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The Borneman Fractur.
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The Burial Place of Yeats.
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The Calf Was Recalcitrant.
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The Call of Country Places.
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The Canada Plum.
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The Carved Swans of Joseph Condon.
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The Cat That Went Wild.
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The Catbird.
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"The Chooser of the Slain".
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The Comforting Pear Tree.
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The Coming of Fall.
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The Cowking in Pictures.
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The Creek Pouched Clan.
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The Distelfink of Fractur and Its Dooryard Original.
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The Dominance of the Hex Symbol.
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The Easter Rabbit.
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The Farmer's Enemies.
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The Fate of Stone Walls of Sandwich.
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The Feast of Roses at Manheim.
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The Fox Romped Away.
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The Gift of Groundhogs.
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The Going of Household Gods.
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The Gypsy Trail to Town.
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The Hand Sled.
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The Hardest Job on the Farm.
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The Hold That Byron Had.
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The Horns of the Hunter.
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The Little Blue Hawk at Home?.
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The Longest Day of Thirty-Two.
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The Love Songs of Connacht.
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The Lure of White.
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The "Main Street" of a Fourteen House Village.
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The Mortuary Bottle.
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The Neighborly Nulti[?].
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The Parrot of Plymouth.
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The Pennsylvania Farmhouse.
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The Persistence of White Phlox.
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The Pheasant Not Afraid of Puss.
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The Position of P.H. Gosse.
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The Post-Four O'Clock Ban On Laying.
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The Prevalence of the Tulip.
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The Robin.
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The Robins Back Again.
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The Southing of the Swallows.
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The Thrashers of Nineteen Fifty-three.
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The Toll the Years Take.
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The Tortoise Not Made Much Of.
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The Two Flocks Not One In Bedtime.
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The Varmints Avoid the Roads.
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The Wonders of Dutchland.
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The Woodrobin Recaptures His Song.
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The World's End Brought Near.
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Things Are for Use.
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Three Generations from Shirt Sleeves to Shirt Sleeves.
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To the Far South Alone.
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Toleware Decoration of Today.
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Tom Robertson.
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Tradition in American Life.
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Transatlantic Call From Lancaster.
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Treasurers of Glass in the Wall Cabinet.
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Turn-Outs at Funerals.
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Twelve Pennies.
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Two Bits of Old Iron.
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Two Little Bowls of Brown Pearwood.
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Two Oval Wreaths of Holly.
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Two September Days.
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Two Shaped Coffee Pots of Chased Tin.
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Under the Blue Mountain.
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Undesirable Tenants.
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Untouchable in a High Sense.
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Untutored Naturalists.
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Utensils of Tin.
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Vermin That Intrigue You.
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We Pat Ourselves on the Back.
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What Does the Seahorse Symbolize?.
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What the Grandfathers Head.
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What We Are.
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Who Is Bertie Dodd?.
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Why They Names Him After Franklin.
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Why Turn From Red to White?.
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Wild Beasts Encountered.
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Wistarburg At Its Best.
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Wood, Turned, Carved and Hewn.
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Woodcock.
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Woodwork in New Hampshire.
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Wordsworth.
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You Cannot Escape Your Ancestors.
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Untitled.
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Untitled.
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Loose pages.
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Title pages and tables of contents.
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Irish literature, 1905.
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Irish literature, 1911-1914.
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