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New Additions to the Pennsylvania Collection

2017-10-12 11:24


If you're looking for a book that highlights the Keystone State, you've come to the right place! Here's a rundown of some titles that can now be found in HSP's Pennsylvania collection. Click on the links for more information from our online catalog, Discover.

Philly Dogs Have More Fun by Carol S. Armen

UPA/Ph SF 427.457 .P4 A76 2001

Pennsylvania and the Federal Constitution by Rober Grant Crist et al.

JK 146 .P46 1987

Engineering Philadelphia by Domenic Vitiello

F 158.44 .V64 2013

Jumping Through Hoops by Harold I. Gullan

GV 885.43 .Q35 G85 2007

Boathouse Row by Dotty Brown

UPA/Ph GV 796 .B77 2017

The German Bible in America by Don Yoder

UPA BS 447.5 .U6 G4 2016

The History of the Philadelphia Eagles

GV 956 .P44 S35 2005

The Philadelphia Phillies by Donald Honig

REF GV 875 .P45 H66 1992

Philadelphia by Kurt R. Niland

UPA/Ph F 158.52 .N55 2002

Good Night Pittsburgh by Mark Jasper and Ruth Palmer

F 159 .P64 J37 2012

Good Night Pennsylvania by Adam Gamble and Mark Jasper

F 149.3 .G36 2013

A Greene Country Towne ed. by Alan C. Braddock and Laura Turner Igoe

HT 243 .U62 P45 2016

Stories of our Patriot Ancestors

UPA/Ch E 302.5 .C44 D384 2016

The Illustrated Delaware River by Hal Taylor

UPA F 157 .D4 T39 2015

The History of the Philadelphia Phillies by Michael E. Goodman

GV 875 .P45 G66 2003

Nearly Everybody Read It ed. by Peter Binzen

UPA/Ph PN 4899 .P5 B87 1998

Among the Buildings That Touch the Sky by Elaine A. Kelly and Jean R. Carl

F 158.3 .K455 2010

Philadelphia Stories by Samuel Otter

PS 255 .P5 O88 2010

Our Pennsylvania Heritage

F 149 .C79 1983

Sesqui! By Thomas H. Keels

UPA/Ph T 826.3 .B1 K44 2017


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