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New Titles Now Available the Pennsylvania Collection

2017-05-25 12:24


We've returned this week with a new listing of books that were recently added to our sizeable collection of publications relating to Pennsylvania, its past, present, and future. Click on the links for more information from our online catalog Discover.

Travels in Philadelphia by Christopher Morley

UPA/Ph F 158.5 .M85 1920

A Friendly Guide-Book to Philadelphia

UPA/PAM HE 5465 .U64 W2 1914

Pennsylvania History in Outline

UPA/Ph F 149 .S78 1976

Philadelphia by Shane Mountjoy

UPA/Ph F 158.4 .M68 2007

Carlisle Indian Industrial School ed. by Jacqueline Fear-Segal & Susan D. Rose

UPA/Cu E 97.6 .C2 C365 2016

The Art of Americanization at the Carlisle Indian School by Hayes Peter Mauro

UPA/Cu E 97.6 .C2 M28 2011

Classical Splendor

UPA/Ph NK 2407 .K57x 2016

Click! by Michael Viola

UPA/Ph F 158.37 .V56 1998

First Pennsylvanians by Kurt W. Carr & Roger W. Moeller

UPA E 78 .P4 C37 2015

Hidden History of Kensington & Fishtown by Kenneth W. Milano

UPA/Ph F 158.68 .K46 M3 2010

To Market, to Market by Felicity Taormina and Irina Smith

UPA/Ph TX 723 .T36

Museums of Philadelphia by Laura C. Waldron

UPA/Ph AM 13 .P5 W35 2004

Expanding the Audience for Art in the 19th Century

UPA/Ph N 680 .E97 2016

The Business of Private Medical Practice by James A. Schafer Jr.

UPA/Ph R 728 .S414 2014

An Alternative Path by Naomi Rogers

UPA/Ph R 747 .H23 R64 1998

Philly Hoops

UPA/Ph GV 885.73 .P55 P55 2003

Philadelphia Celebrates by Edward W. Duffy

UPA/Ph E 285 .D84 2017

Keystone Corruption by Brad Bumsted

UPA F 155 .B86 2013

Walking Tours of Historic Philadelphia by Edward Colimore

UPA/Ph F 158.18 .C655 2007

Serious Nonsense by William W. Donner

UPA F 160 .G3 D66 2016


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