Lancaster County (Pa.) -- History
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Constitution, bylaws, minutes, correspondence, membership lists, treasury reports, newspaper clippings, oral histories, notes on field trips, and issues of the Community Historians of Lancaster County's journal, Community history are included in the collection.
Typescript documents the contacts between the Native Americans and the early settlers of Lancaster County, Pa. It later formed the basis for a condensed version appearing in Millersville-Penn Manor Community History, ed. Robert E. Coley, James A. Jolly, and Carole E. Slotter. Includes a partial revision and illustrative materials used with the published article.
Diary describes the daily activities of Adam Geist from Feb. 1 to May 3, 1863, a period just prior to Geist's enlistment in the Pennsylvania Militia. Includes entries on events relating to the American Civil War.
Notebooks, ledgers, manuscripts, books, scrapbooks, and correspondence. Includes daily research notebooks from 1936 to 1946, notebooks on specific subjects relating to Pennsylvania history, manuscripts of articles, books from 1814-1932, scrapbooks from 1906 to 1909, personal account ledger from 1897 to 1925, the Lancaster County Voting Register from 1911 to 1916, notes on law by Congressman Marriott Brosius, and miscellaneous correspondence from 1909 to 1945.
Inventories of goods and chattels, receipts, security bonds, judgments, last wills and testaments and related documents, surveys, notices of public sales, ledgers, rental records, apprentice indentures, and deeds of the Herr family of Lancaster County, Pa. A folder of biographical information is also included.
King street / By F. Lyman Windolph. Reprinted from the Atlantic Monthly, June, 1929 by the Farmers Trust Company of Lancaster., 
40 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm. Cover title. "... reprinted from a supplement that appeared in the Lancaster Intelligencer Journal and New Era on May 8, 1979"--P. 1.