Cary Hutto

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Hello! This month I'm happy to present another round of transcripts from the George F. Parry Civil War diaries (George F. Parry family volumes, Collection 3694). If you're just joining us, several months ago, HSP acquired the diaries of Bucks County resident and Civil War veterinary surgeon George F. Parry. In that collection are three diaries he kept during the Civil War, 1863-1865, when he served with the 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry.

8/14/13

A new group of ethnic history books were recently added to our library! Below is a sampling of some of the titles that are now available. You can find more information on each by clicking the links that will take you to these entries in our online catalog Discover.

8/8/13

A number of new biographies were recently added to HSP's library, and below is a samplig of what's now available. Click on the links to search for these and other titles in our online catalog Discover.

8/1/13

Here are some recent additions to HSP's reference section, which one of the sections of the library open to any researcher at HSP. If you want more information on any one of these titles, click on the links to go to our online catalog Discover.

7/25/13

The number of Civil War-related publications in HSP's library just got a little bigger! New additions are below with links to further information, such as holdings and descriptions, in our online catalog Discover.

7/18/13

Welcome readers to another installment of transcripts from the George F. Parry Civil War diaries (George F. Parry family volumes, Collection 3694). If you're just joining us, several months ago, HSP acquired the diaries of Bucks County resident and Civil War veterinary surgeon George F. Parry. In that collection are three diaries he kept during the Civil War, 1863-1865, when he served with the 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry. In celebration of Parry's work and the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, I'm providing monthly posts on Fondly, PA of transcripts of entries from his diaries.

7/17/13
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