Fraktur Bibliography

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Abby Aldrich Rockefeller folk art centerAmerican folk paintings, paintings and drawings other than portraits from The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art CenterThe Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center, Series II1988BostonA New York Graphic Society Book, Little, Brown and Co. for the Colonial Williamsburg FoundationYes
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller folk art collectionThe Abby Aldrich Rockefeller folk art collection, a descriptive catalog by Nina Fletcher Little1957WilliamsburgColonial Williamsburg; distributed by Little, BrownYes
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller folk art collectionAmerican folk art from the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller folk art collection. Nina Fletcher Little, editor1959 (rev. ed. 1966)WilliamsburgAbby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art CollectionYes
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller folk art collectionGallery book[1965]WilliamsburgAbby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art CollectionYes
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller folk art collectionTreasures of American folk art from the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller folk art center by Beatrix T. Rumford and Carolyn J. Weekley1989BostonLittle Brown, the Bulfinch Press, in association with the Colonial Williamsburg FoundationYes
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller folk art collectionVirginia frakturSummer , 1974WilliamsburgAbby Aldrich Rockefeller folk art collection
Abrahams, Ethel EwertAnna's WünscheMennonite Lifev. 34:2 June, 1979pp. 21-25North Newton, Bethel CollegeYes
Abrahams, Ethel EwertThe art of fraktur schriften among the Dutch-German Mennonites. [Thesis (M.A.), Wichita State University]1975Wichita, KSWichita State UniversityYes
Abrahams, Ethel EwertFraktur by Germans from RussiaWork Paperno. 21 Fall, 1976pp. 12-16Lincoln, NB, American Historical Society of Germans from RussiaYes
Abrahams, Ethel EwertFrakturmalen und Schönschreiben, the fraktur art and penmanship of the Dutch-German Mennonites while in Europe, 1700-1900. Ethel Ewert Abrahams. Fraktur translations from the German to English, Elizabeth W. Nickel1980North Newton, KSMennonite PressYes
Abrahams, Ethel EwertLearning arithmetic with the help of frakturFestival Quarterly Video GuideMay-July, 1981p. 31Intercourse, Pa., Festival quarterly
Acrelius, Israel; Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.; Ephrata Cloister Associates.A visit in 1753 to Ephrata Cloister1985Ephrata, Pa.Printed for the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and the Ephrata Cloister Associates by Science PressYes
Adams, E. BrydingThe fraktur artist Henry YoungDer Reggebogev. 11:3-4 Fall, 1977pp. 1-25Breiningsville. Pennsylvania German Society.Yes
Adams, Ruth ConstancePennsylvania Dutch art1950ClevelandWorld Publishing CompanyYes
Alderfer, E. GordonThe Ephrata commune, an early American counterculture1985PittsburghUniversity of Pittsburgh PressYes
Alderfer, Joel D.Artifact collection donated by Hiram & Mary Jane HersheyMHEP Quarterly. Mennonite Historians of Eastern Pennsylvaniav. 3:2 Summer, 2000pp. 2-4Harleysville, PA. Mennonite Historians of Eastern PennsylvaniaYes
Alderfer, Joel D."David Kulp, his hand and pen, beet it if you can," the Bucks County brown leaf artist identified IN Bucks County fraktur, edited by Cory M. Amsler, contributors Joel D. Alderfer...[et. al.]The Pennsylvania German Society [Publications]v. 33 1999 [c. 2001]pp. 151-166Doylestown, PA. Bucks Co. Historical Society and the Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
Alderfer, Joel D.David Kulp, his hand and pen, beet it if you can. Schoolmaster David Kulp of Deep Run, the Brown Leaf Artist identifiedMHEP Newsletterv. 23:1 January, 1996pp. 3-6Harleysville, PA. Mennonite Historians of Eastern PennsylvaniaYes
Alderfer, Joel D.H.B., Schuldiener auf Schippach, Henrich Brachtheiser (1762-1788), Hessian mercenary turned schoolmaster and fraktur artist, of Lower Salford and SkippackMHEP Newsletterv. 23:6 November, 1996pp. 4-6Harleysville, PA. Mennonite Historians of Eastern PennsylvaniaYes
Alexander, LarryEphrata Cloister retrieves long-lost rare wall chartIntelligencer JournalJuly 8, 2000pg. B.1Lancaster, Pa., Lancaster Newspapers
Allentown Art MuseumPennsylvania folk art, [exhibition], October 20 through December 1, 1974, Allentown Art Museum. Foreward by Richard N. Gregg. Introduction by Howard A. Feldman1974Allentown, PAAllentown Art MuseumYes
America's folk art; treasures of American folk arts and crafts in distinguished museums and collections. General editor: Robert L. Polley. Introd. by James A. H. Conrad1968New YorkG. P. Putnam's SonsYes
American Folk Art MuseumSelf-taught genius : treasures from the American Folk Art Museum / Stacy C. Hollander, Valérie Rousseau ; with a foreword by The Honorable Anne-Imelda Radice.2014New YorkAmerican Folk Art MuseumYes
American folk art, the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller folk art collection at WilliamsburgSouthern Accentsv. 2 Winter, 1979n. pp.Birmingham, Ala., etc., Southern Accents Inc., etc.Yes
American folk art, the Herbert Waide Hemphill Jr. collection [Schedule of the Exhibition, September 17 - Nvember 1, 1981, Milwaukee Art Museum]1981MilwaukeeMilwaukee art museumYes
American folk painters of three centuries. Edited by Jean Lipman [and] Tom Armstrong. [Exhibition organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, February 26 - May 13, 1980]1980New YorkHudson Hills Press and Simon Schuster for Whitney Museum of American ArtYes
Ames, Kenneth L.Beyond necessity, art in the folk traditio, an exhibition from the collections of Winterthur Museum at the Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, 17 September-16 November, 19771977Winterthur, Del.Winterthur Museum, [New York], distributed by W. W. NortonYes
Amish roots, a treasury of history, wisdom and lore. Edited by John A. Hostetler1989 [1990, 1992]BaltimoreJohns Hopkins PressYes
Amsler, Cory M.Bucks County, Pennsylvania, frakturThe Magazine Antiquesv. 153:4 April, 1998pp. 582-91New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
Amsler, Cory M.A catalogue and guide to the artists IN Bucks County fraktur, edited by Cory M. Amsler, contributors Joel D. Alderfer...[et. al.]The Pennsylvania German Society [Publications]v. 33 1999 [c. 2001]pp. 195-334Doylestown, PA. Bucks Co. Historical Society and the Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
Are they hot or not?Country Livingv. 26:10 October, 2003p. 90Hearst Brand DevelopmentYes
Arndt, Karl R.Teach, preach or weave stockings?Pennsylvania Folklifev. 27:1 Autumn, 1977pp. 31-39Lancaster. Pennsylvania Folklife SocietyYes
Art Institute of ChicagoFor kith and kin : the folk art collection at the Art Institute of Chicago / Judith A. Barter and Monica Obniski.2012ChicagoArt Institute of Chicago. Distributed by Yale University PressYes
Art throughout America:Philadelphia, an exhibit of early Pennsylvania folk artART newsv. 38:5 November 4, 1939p. 15Artnews AssociatesYes
Art throughout America. Pittsburgh, a colorful exhibit of Pennsylvania folk artART newsv. 38:4 October 28, 1939pp. 122, 24Artnews AssociatesYes
Aurand, A. MonroeHistorical account of the Ephrata cloister and the Seventh Day Baptist Society1940Harrisburg, Pa.Privately printed, The Aurand pressYes
Ballay, UteVivid tradition, Pennsylvania-Gernan folk artGerman Lifev. 5:5 February/March, 1999pp. 14-16Rockville, MD, Zeitgeist PublishingYes
Bank, MirraAnonymous was a woman1979 (reprint 1995) New YorkSt. Martin's PressYes
Barba, Preston and EleanorLewis Miller, Pennsylvania German folk artistPennsylvania German Folklore Society [Yearbook]v. 4 1939 (c. 1940)pp. 7-40+Allentown, Pennsylvania German Folklore SocietyYes
Barba, Preston and Eleanor BarbaLewis Miller, Pennsylvania German folk artist [part 1]American-German Reviewv. 4 March, 1938 (reprint, Publications of the Pennsylvania German Folklore Society, v. 4)pp. 32-39, 50 Philadelphia, Pa., Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation
Barba, Preston and Eleanor BarbaLewis Miller, Pennsylvania German folk artist [part 2]American-German Reviewv. 4 June, 1938 (reprint, Publications of the Pennsylvania German Folklore Society, v. 4)pp. 11-19Philadelphia, Pa., Carl Schurz Memorial FoundationYes
Bard, Johannes(Untitled: Captain Lawrence fraktur) (art reproduction)The Magazine Antiquesv. 153:4 April, 1998p. 526New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
Barons, Richard I.The folk tradition, early arts and crafts of the Susquehanna Valley1982Binghamton, NYRoberson Center for the Arts and SciencesYes
The Barry Cohen Collection [catalogued by David A. Schorsch, edited by Ruth Wolfe]. Catalog of a series of four exhibitions held at the galleries, America Hurrah and David A. Schorsch, Inc. from May 17, 1990-Feb. 3, 19911990New York, NYAmerica Hurrah [Gallery], David A. SchorschYes
Baud-Bovy, DanielPeasant art in Switzerland, translated by Arthur Palliser1924London"The Studio," Ltd.Yes
Beck, ErvinIndiana Amish family recordsPennsylvania Folklifev. 39:2 Winter, 1989-1990pp. 73-81Collegeville. Pennsylvania Folklife SocietyYes
Beck, ErvinPlain and fancy, a review of research in Mennonite folk artsMennonite Quarterly Reviewv. 71:1 January, 1997pp. 69-91Goshen, IN, Mennonite Historical SocietyYes
Beck, Evin [reviewer]Bucks County fraktur [by Cory M. Amsler] [book review]Mennonite Quarterly Reviewv. 76:2 April, 2002p. 242-243Goshen, IN, Mennonite Historical SocietyYes
Beidler, James M.Baptismal frakturs oft hold the key [IN column Family Research]German Lifev. 10:6 April/May, 2004pp. 64, 63Grantsville, MD. Zeitgeist Pub.Yes
Benson, Cynda L.Early American illuminated manuscripts from the Ephrata Cloister [exhibit catalog]. Jan. 26-March 19, 1995 at Smith College of Art and April 21 through June 11, 1995 at the State Museum of Pennsylvania1995Northampton, MASmith College Museum of ArtYes
Benson, Cynda L.Early American illuminated manuscripts from the Ephrata Cloister [Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Kansas, 1994]1997 (original 1994)Ann Arbor, Mich.UMI Dissertation Services
Berman, AvisThe frakturAmerican Heritagev. 40:1 February, 1989pp. 28-29Cooperstown, N.Y., Published for the American Association for State and Local HistoryYes
Biberman, JaneCollecting a heritageMontgomery County, Town and Country Livingv. 4:1 Spring, 2003pp. 66-77Trenton. Journal Register CompanyYes
Bird, Michael S.Beyond survival, Ontario-German decorative arts in the Queen's bush IN Furniture and Fraktur, an exhibition of artifacts from Germanic Ontario, August 2 - 301980pp. 1-4Southampton, ON, Bruce County Museum and Ontario Heritage Foundation
Bird, Michael S.Calligraphy to cabinetmaking, the fraktur and furniture of Abraham Latschaw (1799-1870), Joseph Schneider Haus [exhibition] [text and photographs by Michael S. Bird, guest curator]n.d.Kitchener, OntarioJoseph Schneider Haus Museum and GalleryYes
Bird, Michael S.Canadian folk art, old ways in a new land1983TorontoOxford University PressYes
Bird, Michael S.Christian L. Hoover, Markham Township fraktur artistCanadian Collectorv. 12:4 July/August, 1977pp. 28-31Denmount PublishingYes
Bird, Michael S.Dieses Bild gehöret mir, transforming Bucks County fraktur in Canada IN Bucks County fraktur, edited by Cory M. Amsler, contributors Joel D. Alderfer...[et. al.]The Pennsylvania German Society [Publications]v. 33 1999 [c. 2001]pp. 167-178Doylestown, PA. Bucks Co. Historical Society and the Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
Bird, Michael S.Fraktur and embroidered towel, the interconnection of folk art forms. [Exhibition catalog, October 1 - November 30, 1981. Joseph Schneider Haus Museum]1981Kitchener, Ont.Joseph Schneider Haus Museum
Bird, Michael S.Fraktur in the Niagra peninsulaCirca 76, A journal of antiques & arts in CanadaJune, 1977Barrie, Ont., Calico
Bird, Michael S.Fresh finds in Ontario fraktur [exhibition] [Michael S. Bird, guest curator][c. 1996]Waterloo, ONJoseph Schneider HausYes
Bird, Michael S.Images of spirituality, religious folk art. [Exhibition catalog, December 1, 1988 - February 21, 1989. [exhibition, Joseph Schneider Haus Museum, Michael S. Bird, guest curator]1989WaterlooJoseph Schneider Haus Museum.Yes
Bird, Michael S.O noble heart, O edel herz, fraktur and spirituality in Pennsylvania German folk art2002Virginia Beach, VADonning CompanyYes
Bird, Michael S.Ontario frakturThe Magazine Antiquesv. 124:3 September, 1983pp. 538-547New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
Bird, Michael S.Ontario fraktur art, a decorative tradition in three Germanic settlementsOntario Historyv. 68:4 December, 1976pp. 247-272Toronto, Ontario Historical SocietyYes
Bird, Michael S.Ontario fraktur, a Pennsylvania German folk art tradition in early Canada1977TorontoM.F. FeheleyYes
Bird, Michael S.Pennsylvania German parallels, decorative arts of Lancaster County and OntarioCanadian Antiques & Art Reviewv. 1:2 October, 1979pp. 20-27Halifax, N.S., Canadian Antiques & Art ReviewYes
Bird, Michael S.A spirit of exuberance, Germanic decorative arts of Nova Scotia and OntarioCanadian Antiques & Art Reviewv.1:1 September, 1979pp. 16-23Halifax, N.S., Canadian Antiques & Art Review
Bird, Michael S.Taking it and leaving it, fraktur in Waterloo County IN Burke, From Pennsylvania to Waterloo..., 19911991pp. 55--65Kitchener, Ont., Canada. J. Schneider HausYes
Bird, Michael S.Three Waterloo County fraktur artistsWaterloo Historical Society [annual volume]v. 64 1976 [c. 1977]pp. 78-79Kitchener, Ont., Waterloo Historical SocietyYes
Bird, Michael S. and Terry KobayashiA splendid harvest, Germanic folk and decorative arts in Canada1981TorontoVan Nostrand ReinholdYes
Bird, Michael S., and Nancy-Lou PattersonAll things common, Mennonite and Hutterite home furnishings, an exhibition of historic Canadian furniture, textiles, metalwork, ceramics & calligraphy, April 24-July 3 1992, Canada House ...1992London, EnglandCanada House
Birk, EileenCurrent and coming: fraktur and other folk artAntiquesv. 95:4 April, 1969pp. 442, 452, 456, 460, 464, 468New York. Straight EnterprisesYes.
Bishop, Lisa MullinsYear-round valentines IN [regular column] Eye on AntiquesEarly American Lifev. 27:1 February, 1996pp. 12-14Richmond, Va. Early American SocietyYes
Bishop, RobertFolk painters of America1979 [reprint Greenwich House, 1983]New YorkE. P. DuttonYes
Bishop, Robert and Jacqueline Marx AtkinsFolk art in American life1995New YorkViking Studio Books for Museum of American Folk ArtYes
Bivins, JohnFraktur in the south, an itinerant artistJournal of Early Southern Decorative Artsv. 1:2 November, 1975pp. 1 - 23Winston-Salem. University of North Carolina Press for the Museum of Early Southern Decorative ArtsYes
Bivins, JohnMoravian decorative arts in North Carolina, an introduction to the Old Salem Collection by John Bivins, Jr. and Paula Welshimer edited by Frances Griffin.1981Winston-SalemOld Salem, Inc.Yes
Bixler, Miriam E.David Bixler, folk artistJournal of the Lancaster County Historical Societyv. 81:1 Hilarymas, 1977pp. 30-38Lancaster County Historical SocietyYes
Black, Mary and Jean LipmanAmerican folk painting1966New YorkC. N. PotterYes
Black, Mary CAmerican primitive water colorsArt in Americav. 51:4 August, 1963pp. 64 - 82New York, Art in AmericaYes
Boettcher-Fehr, Wolf and Marita FehrJohann Christian Strenge, Hessischer Soldat, Schriftkünstler, Schulmeister, Friedensrichter in Pennsylvania Schwälmer Jahrbuch 19971997pp. 73-76[Ziegenhain] Schwälmer HeimatbundYes
Bohlin, VirginiaAntiques, a growing interest in an ethnic folk artBoston GlobeJune 19, 1983pg. 1 in LIVINGBoston, Mass., Boston Globe Newspaper
Borneman, Henry S.Exhibition of Pennsylvania German frakturAmerican-German Reviewv. 9:4 April, 1943pp. 33-34Philadelphia, Pa. Carl Schurz Memorial FoundationYes
Borneman, Henry S.On the illuminated writings (Fraktur-schriften) of the Pennsylvania GermansAmerican-German Reviewv. 9:5 June, 1943pp. 32-35Philadelphia, Pa. Carl Schurz Memorial FoundationYes
Borneman, Henry S.Pennsylvania German bookplatesThe colophon, a book collectors' quarterlyv. 2:3 Summer, 1937pp. 432-442New York. The Colophon Ltd.Yes
Borneman, Henry S.Pennsylvania German bookplates, a studyPublications of the Pennsylvania German Society.v. 54 1953PhiladelphiaPennsylvania German SocietyYes
Borneman, Henry S.Pennsylvania German illuminated manuscripts, a classification of fraktur-schriften and an inquiry into their history and artProceedings and Papers of the Pennsylvania German Societyv. 46 1937 (rev. ed. Dover Publications, 1973, LCCN 72095047)Norristown, PAPennsylvania German SocietyYes
Boyer, Melville J.Specimens of sacred pictorial poetryProceedings of the Lehigh County Historical Society1944pp. 44-53Allentown. Lehigh County historical societyYes
Boyer, Walter E.Adam und Eva im ParadiesThe Pennsylvania Dutchmanv. 8:2 Fall/Winter, 1956-1957pp. 14-18Bethel. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
Boyer, Walter E.The meaning of human figures in Pennsylvania Dutch folk artPennsylvania Folklifev. 4:2 Fall, 1960pp. 5-23Lancaster. Pennsylvania Folklife SocietyYes
Boyer, Walter E.The new year wish of the Pennsylvania Dutch broadsidePennsylvania Folklifev. 10:2 Fall, 1959pp. 45-49Lancaster. Pennsylvania Folklife SocietyYes
Bradley, Mary O.State Museum exhibit draws on fraktursThe PatriotApril 21, 1995pg. C.1 in WEEKENDHarrisburg, Pa., Patriot News Company
Brant, Sandra and Elissa CullmanSmall folk, a celebration of childhood in America1980New YorkE.P. Dutton and Museum of American Folk ArtYes
Breininger, Lester P.Celebrating the Pennsylvania Germans, the Kunkel family frakturs. [Edited by] Lester P. Breininger1997Reading, PAFriends of the Reading MuseumYes
Breininger, Lester P.Fraktur, makers, inheritors, and buyersEarly American Lifev. 32:1 February, 2001pp. 48 - 59Celtic Moon PublishingYes
Brenner, DouglasThe colors of memoryCountry Livingv. 28:10 October, 2005pp. 35-38Hearst CommunicationsYes
Brenner, Scott F.Pennsylvania Gernan bookplatesHistorical Review of Berks Countyv. 9:3 April, 1944pp. 66-69Reading, Pa. Historical Society of Berks. Co.Yes
Breuning, MargaretFraktur illuminations make unusual show at the Old Print shopArt Digestv. 19:7 January 1, 1945p. 10New York, Art Digest, Inc.Yes
Bridgewater, AlanPainted wood projects in the Pennsylvania folk art style [by] Alan & Gill Bridgewater1995New YorkSterling Pub. Co.Yes
Brocklebank, Lynn A.Westmoreland Co, Pennsylvania, fraktur, an initial surveyThe Magazine Antiquesv. 129:1 January, 1986pp. 258-67New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
Bronner, Simon J."Elaborating tradition, a Pennsylvania German folk artist ministers to his community"
IN Creativity and tradition in folklore, new directions, edited by Simon J. Bronner
1992pp. 277-313Logan, UT. Utah State University PressYes
Brown, Ann BartonThe calligraphy of the Pennsylvania Germans, frakturPennsylvania Magazinev. 3:3 Fall, 1984pp. 34-38Camp Hill, PA. Pennsylvania Magazine Co.
Brown, Ann BartonPennsylvania German fraktur from the collection of Franklin and Marshall College, Brandywine River Museum Antiques Show catalog1983Chadds FordBrandywine River Museum
Brubaker, JackGeorge Coleman's dalliance with housekeeper produced a curious fraktur IN The Scribbler [column]Lancaster New EraMay 12, 2000pg. A.12 in CommentaryLancaster, Pa., Lancaster Newspaperscopy
Brubaker, JosephBarn building and handicrafts, arts of the Pennsylvania Dutch. Exhibited in the Museum of Cultural History Gallery, Haines Hall, 10 December, 1980-11 January, 1981UCLA Museum of Cultural History. Pamphlet series. No. 12 1980Los AngelesRegents of the University of California.Yes
Brumbaugh, G. EdwinThe significance of Pennsylvania German artSchool Arts Magazinev. 32:7 March, 1933pp. 386-394Boston. School Arts Pub. Co.Yes
Brunner, Raymond J.That ingenious business, Pennsylvania German organ buildersPublications of the Pennsylvania German Societyv. 24 1990BirdsboroThe Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
Bryan, Kristine P.Irwin Peter Mensch, the illuminator [Thesis (M.A.), State University of New York, College at Oneonta, Cooperstown Graduate Program]1993OneontaState University of New York
Buchler-Moyer, Susan J.New spin on an old artMontgomery County, Town and Country Livingv. 7:4 Winter 2006/07pp. 34-43Yardley, PA. Journal Register CompanyYes
Buck, Roy C., and Richard JonesHeritage sampler, an introduction to the domestic arts and crafts of central Pennsylvania (1750-1900). [Exhibit catalog] July 10--September 23, 1979, with essays by Roy C. Buck and Richard Jones1979University Park, PAPennsylvania State University. Museum of ArtYes
Bucks County fraktur, edited by Cory M. Amsler, contributors Joel D. Alderfer...[et. al.]
The Pennsylvania German Society [Publications]v. 33 1999 [c. 2001]Doylestown, PABucks Co. Historical Society and the Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
Buffington, Albert F.Something for everyone-something for you = Ebbes fer Alle-Ebber Ebbes fer Dich, essays in memoriam Albert Franklin BuffingtonPublications of the Pennsylvania German Societyv. 14 1980BreinigsvilleThe Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
Burckhardt,Titus.Schweizer Volkskunst, Art populaire Suisse. [Text by] Titus Burckhardt1941BaselUrs Graf VerlagYes
Burg, A.M.Les souvenirs de bapteme catholiques en Alsace IN Riff, Adolphe ed., Art populaire d'Alsace, recueil d'etudes, publie sous la direction de Adolphe Riff1963pp. 111-124Strasbourg and Paris
Burgert, Annette K.Pennsylvania German fraktur as a genealogical sourceThe Palatine Immigrant, Quarterly Journal of Palatines to Americav. 3:3 Winter, 1978pp. 2-12Columbus, OH, Palatines to AmericaYes
Burke, Susan M., Matthew H. Hill, Frederick S. WeiserFrom Pennsylvania to Waterloo, Pennsylvania-German folk culture in transition. Susan M. Burke, Matthew H. Hill with Frederick S. Weiser ... [et al.]1991Kitchener, OntarioJoseph Schneider Haus Museum and GalleryYes
Cahill, HolgerAmerican folk artAmerican Mercuryv. 24:93 September, 1931pp. 39 - 46New York. KnopfYes
Cahill, HolgerArtisan and amateur in American folk artThe Magazine Antiquesv. 59 March, 1951pp. 210-211Boston. Antiques, Inc.Yes
Cahill, HolgerEarly folk art in AmericaCreative Art, a Magazine of Fine and Applied Artv. 11:4 December, 1932pp. 254 - 270New York. Albert and Charles Boni
Campbell, William P.Amateurs, frakturs and elegant young ladiesART newsv. 65:6 October, 1966pp. 50-53, 69, 70 - 72Newsweek, Inc.Yes
Canadian Museum of CivilizationJust for nice, German-Canadian folk art, editied by Magnus Einarsson and Helga Benndorf Taylor1993Hull, QuebecCanadian Museum of CivilizationYes
Carlson, Janice H. and John KrillPigment analysis of early American watercolors and frakturs IN American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. Preprints of papers presented at the annual meeting. Preprints of papers presented at the sixth annual meeting, Fort Worth, Texas, 1-4 June 19781978pp. 41-52Washington, American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works
Cawley, Lucinda R.Ihr Teppich, quilts and FrakturUncoverings (Research Papers of the American Quilt Study Group)v. 25 2004pp.11-40Yes
Chotner, Deborah.American naive watercolors and drawings [Catalog of an exhibition held at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. from Oct. 14, 1984 through Jan. 13, 1985]1984Washington, D.C.National Gallery of ArtYes
Christensen, Erwin O.Pennsylvania German folk artsArt in Americav. 45:3 Fall, 1957pp. 47-50, 70-71Westport. F.F. ShermanYes
Christensen, Erwin OttomarThe index of American design. Introduction by Holger Cahill1959 [original ed. 1950]New YorkMacmillan for the National Gallery of ArtYes
Christie, Manson & Woods International, Inc.Important American furniture, folk art and decoraive arts. Property from the estates of Mary M. Dunham, Edith W. Montgomery, a New York estate, Christine Batten Phelps; the collections of Michael Belknap, An east coast institution, A New England museum. Saturday, October 23, 1993 at 10:00 a.m.1993New YorkChristie'sYes
Christie, Manson & Woods International, Inc.[John Gordon collection of American folk art] [auction] January 15 and 19, 19991999New YorkChristie'sYes
Christie, Manson & Woods International, Inc.Pennsylvania German folk art and decorative arts from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Flanders Smith :
to be sold on the premises of Lebanon Valley Exposition Center, Lebanon, Pennsylvania ... : Saturday, 3 June 1995 ... [auction] ... Sale no.: SMITH-8116
1995New YorkChristie'sYes
Christie, Manson & Woods International, Inc.Pennsylvania German folk art from the collection of Rose Anna and John Kolar [auction] Friday, 17 January, 20032003New YorkChristie'sYes
Christie, Manson & Woods International, Inc.Pennsylvania German folk art, decorative arts from the collection of Mr. And Mrs. Paul Flack, [auction] September 7, 19971997New YorkChristie'sYes
Christie, Manson and WoodsThe collection of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Scott, Jr. Important American folk art, furniture, prints, rugs and decorative arts. To be sold on the premises of Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. [Auction] Friday, June 10, 1994...and Saturday, June 11, 1994. [Sale 7936]1994New YorkChristie'sYes
Clark, Susan H.Anna Weber (1814 - 1888) fraktur artist IN Ruth Weber Russell. Women of Waterloo County2000pp. 19 - 21Kitchener-Waterloo. Canadian Federation of University WomenYes
Cleland, Jessie M.From the pens and the printing presses of the Ephrata mysticsPennsylvania Library Notesv. 14 1934-35pp. 463-468Harrisburg, Pa., Pennsylvania Free Library Commission
Clemmer, JoelExploring the history and artistry of Fraktur, August 12 - 14, 2009 workshopMHEP Quarterly. Mennonite Historians of Eastern Pennsylvaniav. 12:3 Fall, 2009pp. 3-8Harleysville, PA. Mennonite Historians of Eastern PennsylvaniaYes
Coast to to coastArt Digestv. 27:17 June, 1953pp. 12-15New York, Art Digest, Inc.Yes
Cogar, James L.Folk art in WilliamsburgThe Southern Literary Messengerv. 3:4 April, 1941pp. 177 - 180Richmond. Southern Literary Messenger Co.Yes
Cohen, David StevenThe folklore and folklife of New Jersey1983New Brunswick, N.J.Rutgers University PressYes
Cole, Ann KilbornDo you know fraktur?Philadelphia Inquirer MagazineJune 9, 1959n. pp.Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia Newspapers, Inc.
Colonial WilliamsburgAmerican folk art, a collection of paintings and sculpture produced by little-known and anonymous American artists of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the gift of Mrs John D Rockefeller, Junior, to Colonial Williamsburg, Incorporated, on exhibition at the Ludwell-Paradise House...Foreward by James L. Cogar. Introduction by Edith Gregor Halpert1940Williamsburg Colonial Williamsburg, Inc.Yes
Colonial WilliamsburgA catalog of the American folk art collection of Colonial Williamsburg, collected and presented by Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr., compiled by Edith Gregor Halpert, with a forward by James L. Cogar1947WilliamsburgColonial Williamsburg, Inc.Yes
CommentaryThe Magazine Antiquesv. 37:4 April, 1940p. 166Boston. Antiques, Inc.Yes
COMSTOCK, H. E.Stony Creek Fraktur Artist IdentifiedJournal of Early Southern Decorative ArtsWinter 2005, Vol. 31/32 Issue 2/1&2pp. 80-102Winston-Salem, Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts
Conestoga auction companyFolk art, Americana and furniture auction. Sale date Friday, October 28, 2005, Saturday, October 29, 2005...Conestoga Auction Company, Inc., 768 Greystone Road...Manheim, PA 175452005Manheim, PAConestoga Auction CompanyYes
Conestoga auction companyOutstanding antique auction for Chris A. Machmer, Annville, PA. Sale date Friday, November 3, 2000, Saturday, November 4, 2000...Conestoga Auction Company, Inc., 768 Greystone Road...Manheim, PA...2000Manheim, PAConestoga Auction CompanyYes
Conestoga Auction CompanyThe personal collection of Russell & Corrine Earnest. sale date: Saturday, October 8, 20052005Manheim, PAConestoga Auction CompanyYes
Conestoga auction companyUnreserved 18th & 19th century Americana & folk art auction. The personal collection of Selma & Ray Mead formerly of York, PA. Sale date Saturday, October 4, 2003...Conestoga Auction Company, Inc., 768 Greystone Road...Manheim, PA 175452003Manheim, PAConestoga Auction CompanyYes
Conestoga auction companyUnreserved antique auction. Sale date Friday, March 23, 2001...Conestoga Auction Company, Inc., 768 Greystone Road...Manheim, PA 175452003Manheim, PAConestoga Auction CompanyYes
Conestoga auction companyUnreserved auction for the Chris Machmer estate. Sale data Friday, November 14, 2003. Sale starting at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, November 15, 2003. Sale starting at 10:00 a.m.2003Manheim, PAConestoga auction companyYes
Coogan, Ellen E.Fraktur for the collectorEarly American Lifev. 15:4 August, 1984pp. 54-59, 74Harrisburg. Historical Times, Inc.Yes
Cooper, Wendy A.An American vision, Henry Francis du Pont’s Winterthur Museum. Wendy A. Cooper with the assistance of Tara L. Gleason and Katharine A. John2002Washington, D.C.National Gallery of ArtYes
Cordier, David1800 Fraktur item sells for $120,000 IN Eye on antiques [column]The Patriot - NewsJune 8, 2001pg. E.01Harrisburg, Pa., Patriot News Company
Cordier, DavidWriter on Frakturs to auction off his collection IN Eye on Antiques [column]The Sunday Patriot - NewsSep 26, 2004pg. J.06 Arts/LeisureHarrisburg, Pa. Patriot News Company
Cowan, DickThe fraktur at FogelsvilleProceedings of the Lehigh County Historical Society. v. 40 1992AllentownLehigh County Historical SocietyYes
Creux, ReneVolkskunst in der Schweiz1970Paudex, SwitzerlandEditions de FontainemoreYes
Creznic, JeanFraktur Writings and Folk Art Drawings of the Schwenkfelder Library Collection [review]Early American Homes v. 30, no. 6 December, 1999pp. 70-71Cowles Enthusiast Media
Cronk, Sandra LeeGelassenheit, the rites of the redemptive process in Old Order Amish and Old Order Mennonite communities [Thesis--University of Chicago]1977ChicagoUniversity of Chicago
Cullen, SandyF&M exhibits documents from Fraktur collectionThe Sunday Patriot - NewsOctober 11, 1987pg. F.1 in ARTS/LEISUREHarrisburg, Pa., Patriot News Company
[cumulative index of artisans, entries A - C] Journal of Early Southern Decorative ArtsWinter 1998 v. 24:2 [published 2000]Winston-SalemMuseum of Early Southern Decorative ArtsYes
David, Hans TheodoreHymns and music of the Pennsylvania Seventh-day BaptistsAmerican-German Reviewv. 9:5 June, 1943pp. 4-6, 36Philadelphia. Carl Schurz Memorial FoundationYes
David, Hans TheodoreMusical composition at EphrataAmerican-German Reviewv. 10:5 June, 1944pp. 4-5Philadelphia. Carl Schurz Memorial FoundationYes
Davidson, Marshall B. The American heritage history of colonial antiques1967[New York] American Heritage Pub. Co., book trade distribution by Simon and SchusterYes
De Jonge, EricAn illuminated frakturAntiquesv. 78 November, 1960pp. 480-481New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
De Julio, Mary AntoineGerman folk arts of New York State. Based on the exhibition New York State, Decorated German Chests, sponsored by the Albany Institute of History and Art, April 7-May 28, 19851985AlbanyAlbany Institute of History and ArtYes
DeFrancesco, Italo L. (Italo Luther)The art of the Pennsylvania Germans[1947]Sandusky, OhioPrang Co. Yes
Denig, LudwigThe picture-Bible of Ludwig Denig, a Pennsylvania German emblem book, translated and edited by Don Yoder. 2 volumes.1990New YorkHudson Hills Press in assoc. with the Museum of American Folk Art and the Pennsylvania German Society, dist. by RizzoliYes
DesignPrimitive and peasant art, assembled from special issues of Design, a monthly magazine devoted to the decorative arts. Edited by Felix Payant1932Syracuse, NYKeramic studio publishing companyYes
Dewhurst, C. Kurt, Betty MacDowell, Marsha MacDowellArtists in aprons, folk art by American Women1979New YorkE.P. Dutton for Museum of American Folk ArtYes
Dewhurst, C. Kurt, Betty MacDowell, Marsha MacDowellReligious folk art in America, reflections of faith [Exhibition at IBM Gallery of Science and Art, New York, organized by the Museum of Amerian Folk Art, December 6, 1983 - January 21, 1984]1983New YorkE.P. Dutton in association with Museum of American Folk ArtYes
Die Meisterwerke aus dem Museum für Deutsche Volkskunde Berlin, Staatliche Museen Preussischer Kulturbesitz. [Verfasser, Theodor Kohlmann ... et al.]c1980StuttgartBelserYes
Dietrich, H. RichardThe Dietrich Fraktur collections, selected examples from the Dietrich American Foundation, and H. Richard Dietrich, Jr. Catalog for an exhibition at the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center, May 18-November 30, 19861986WilliamsburgDietrich Americana FoundationYes - gift of Fred Weiser
Dietrich, H. RichardDietrich fraktur collections, Washington County Museum, Hagerstown, MDAntiques and the Arts WeeklyAugust 11, 1989pp. 62-64Newton, Conn. Bee Publishing Co.Yes
Dietrich, H. RichardFraktur from the collections of H. Richard Dietrich, Jr. & the Dietrich American Foundation. Washington National Cathedral...Washington, D.C., July 2 - November 1, 19981998Dietrich American FoundationYes
Dillenberger, Jane and Joshua C. TaylorThe hand and the spirit; religious art in America, 1700-1900 [by] Jane Dillenberger and Joshua C. Taylor. [Exhibition, University Art Museum, Berkeley, June 28-August 27, 1972]1972Berkeley, CAUniversity Art MuseumYes
Dock, ChristopherEine einfältige und gründlich abgefasste Schul-Ordnung, darinnen deutlich vorgestelt wird, auf welche Weisse die Kinder nicht nur in denen in Schulen gewöhnlichen Lehren bestens angebracht, sondern auch in der Lehre der Gottseligkeit wohl unterrichtet werden mögen. Aus liebe zu dem menschlichen Geschlecht aufgesetzt durch den wohlerfahrnen und lag geübten Schulmeister1770GermantownChristoph Saur
Dock, ChristopherThe life and works of Christopher Dock, America's pioneer writer on education with a translation of his works into the English language [translated] Martin G. Brumbaugh1908 [reprint Arno, 1969]PhiladelphiaJ. B. Lippincott CompanyYes
Dock, Christopher, ca. 1698-1771A hundred necessary rules of conduct for children by Christopher Dock, Mennonite schoolmaster, Salford and Skippack, Pennsylvania. [Edited by John Jascoll; translated by Pennypacker, Samuel W. ; (Samuel Whitaker), 1843-1916]1993 (reprinted 1995)Lancaster, PA The Hazelwood PressYes
Doering, Laura B.Pennsylvania German fraktur, its history and its development [Thesis (M.A.), Drexel Institute of Technology, Graduate School of Library Science]1968PhiladelphiaDrexel Institute
Doll, Eugene E.The Ephrata Cloister, an introduction. Drawings by Ralph D. Dunkelberger1958EphrataEphrata Cloister AssociatesYes
Doll, Eugene E.Social and economic organization in two Pennsylvania German religious communitiesAmerican Journal of Sociologyv. 57:2 September, 1951pp. 168-177Chicago. University of Chicago Press
Doll, Eugene E. and Anneliese M. FunkeThe Ephrata cloisters, an annotated bibliographyBibliographies on German American Historyno. 3 1944PhiladelphiaCarl Schurz Memorial Foundation, Inc.Yes
Donegan, FrankPennsylvania German fraktursAmericanav. 19:4 September/October 1991pp. 18-20, 72New York, N.Y. Americana MagazineYes
Dorfman, MarkThe Ephrata CloisterEarly American Lifev. 10:1 February, 1979pp. 38-41, 64, 65Richmond, Va. Early American SocietyYes
Downs, JosephThe house of the miller at Millbach, the architecture, arts and crafts of the Pennsylvania Germans1929PhiladelphiaFranklin Printing Company for the Pennsylvania Museum of ArtYes
Downs, JosephThe Pennsylvania German galleries in the American wing, Metropolitan Museum of ArtPennsylvania German Folklore Society [Yearbook]v. 1 1936 [copyright 1934, Metropolitan Museum of Art. Revised 1936]pp. 91-100Allentown. Pennsylvania German Folklore SocietyYes
Downtown Gallery (New York)Children in American folk art, 1725 - 1865, exhibition of children's art, their portraits, and their toys...April 13 to May 1, 1937 [Exhibition for the benefit of the Little Red School House Fund] [Forward by Edith Gregor Halpert]1937New YorkDowntown GalleryYes
Drepperd, Carl WilliamAmerican pioneer arts and artists, foreword by Rockwell Kent1942 (reprinted Watkins Glen, Century House, 1972)Springfield, Mass.Pond-Ekberg Co.Yes
Drepperd, Carl WilliamOrigins of Pennsylvania folk artThe Magazine Antiquesv. 37:2 February, 1940pp. 64-68Boston. Antiques, Inc.Yes
Dubbs, Joseph HenryRustic art in Lancaster CountyHistorical papers and addresses of the Lancaster County Historical Societyv. 7:2 and 3 November 7 and December 5, 1902pp. 17-20Lancaster County Historical SocietyYes
Duck, Dorothy HamptonThe art and artists of the Ephrata CloisterJournal of the Lancaster County Historical Societyv. 97:4 Winter, 1995pp. 134-151Lancaster County Historical SocietyYes
Dundes, AlanThe study of folklore1965Englewood CliffsPrentice HallYes
Dwyer, RuthMennonite decorative arts1981Hamilton, OntarioMcMaster University Art Gallery
Earnest, CorinneBishops on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 25:2 January, 2005pp. 27-28Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, CorinneBuzzards/Bossards on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 25:2 January, 2005pp. 23-26Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur . . . read all about them (Part four)Penn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaJuly, 2010pp. 40-41Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to America
Earnest, CorinneFraktur . . . read all about them (Part one)Penn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaOctober, 2009pp. 4-5Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to America
Earnest, CorinneFraktur . . . read all about them (Part three)Penn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaApril, 2010pp. 30-31Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to America
Earnest, CorinneFraktur . . . read all about them (Part two)Penn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaJanuary, 2010pp. 16-18Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to America
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Ackers plentiful in LancasterDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 28:4 December, 2010pp. 82-84[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Baer (and variants) found to be plentifulDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 26:2 June, 2008pp. 34-36[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Baptismal certificates show Christman ancestorDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 26:1 March, 2008pp. 9,10[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Biehn samples lean toward Bucks County, PennsylvaniaDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 24:2 June, 2006pp. 39-41[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Ecklers found in several placesDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 23:1 March, 2005pp. 7[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Getting 'the goods' on Guths and Goods, especially from Lehigh, Lancaster countiesDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 24:4 December, 2006pp. 78-79[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Haupt and Houpt on FrakturDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 22:1 March, 2004pp. 6-7[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Hering on FrakturDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 22:3 September, 2004pp. 6-9[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Hesslers/Hasslers found in PennsylvaniaDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 28:3 September, 2010pp. 60-61[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Hetrick/Hetterich name aboundsDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 28:1 March, 2010pp. 4-5[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Kinser/Kinzer/Kintzer samples found in PennsylvaniaDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 28:2 June, 2010pp. 30-31[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Knappenbergers found in Pennsylvania areasDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 26:4 December, 2008pp. 75-77[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Krall/Graul/Croll documents found in various locationsDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 25:4 December, 2007pp. 72-76[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Krill, Grill found in Lancaster CountyDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 27:1 March, 2009pp. 12-14[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Krohr's (and similar names) found in 'the Bethels'Der Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 25:3 September, 2007pp. 50-52[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Langs found in Southern frakturDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 25:1 March, 2007pp. 3-5[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Lineweavers, Durnbaughs foundDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 27:2 June, 2009pp. 40, 41[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Many Hillegass samples come from Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 24:3 September, 2006pp. 58-60[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Many Rolands found in Pennsylvania, particularly Berks, Lebanon countiesDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 23:4 December, 2005pp. 88-90[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Many spelling variants found for Shittle surnameDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 25:2 June, 2007pp. 30-32[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Many Steffy fraktur from Berks CountyDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 23:3 September, 2005pp. 64-66[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Much information on Gerber families to be found on certificatesDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 23:2 June, 2005pp. 40-45[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Plenty of Diehl samples to be found, especially in Schuylkill CountyDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 24:1 March, 2006pp. 7-9[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Readers find ancestors on frakturDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 26:3 September, 2008pp. 51-52[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Remele family record found in daily handbookDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 28:1 March, 2010p. 3[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Ruff, Rufe, Rupf, Ruhf not rough at all to findDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 22:4 December, 2004pp. 14-15[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneFraktur Forum: Schmidt/Kauffman and Snyder/SmithDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 22:3 September, 2004pp. 13-15[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Earnest, CorinneGreenawalts/Grunewalts on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaOctober, 2010pp. 3-5Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to America
Earnest, CorinneHerman on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 27:2 January, 2007pp. 23-24Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, CorinneKratzer on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 27:1 October, 2006pp. 11-13Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, CorinneLeibs on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaJanuary, 2010pp. 19-21Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to America
Earnest, CorinneMusselman on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 24:4 July, 2004pp. 55, 56, 57, 58Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, CorinneRieths/Reeds on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 26:2 January, 2006pp. 21-23Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, CorinneRittel on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 26:3 April, 2006pp. 35-36Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, CorinneSchollenberger on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 27:4 July, 2007pp. 53-54Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, CorinneSeip on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 27:3 April, 2007pp. 35-36Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, CorinneSteitels/Steitles on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 25:1 October, 2004p. 13Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, Corinne and RussellBatteicher on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 20:3 April, 2000pp. 35, 36Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, Corinne and RussellBieber on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 20:2 January, 2000p. 19Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, Corinne and RussellCoblentz on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 21:1 October, 2000p. 3Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, Corinne and RussellEndstation de Pennsylvanich Deutschen SchreibkunstDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 28:3 September, 2010pp. 62-65[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society
Earnest, Corinne and RussellFraktur, a special kind of genealogical recordDer Blumenbaumv. 16:3 January/February/March 1999pp. 121-124Sacramento German Genealogy SocietyYes
Earnest, Corinne and RussellHenninger on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 22:1 October, 2001pp. 7, 8, 9Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, Corinne and RussellThe legacy of Berks County's fraktur, a tribute to Dr. Donald A. Shelley and Prof. Dr. Klaus StoppHistorical Review of Berks Countyv. 66:2 Spring, 2001pp. 84-87Reading, Pa., Historical Society of Berks. Co.Yes
Earnest, Corinne and RussellLorahs on fraktur cluster in Lancaster and Berks countiesPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 19:2 January, 1999pp. 19, 20Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, Corinne and RussellMessner surname on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 19:3 April, 1999pp. 35,36Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, Corinne and RussellMetz's on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 24:2 January, 2004pp. 25-27Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, Corinne and RussellWeikel on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 22:3 April, 2002pp. 44Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, Corinne and RussellWitmer on frakturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 23:3 April, 2003pp. 35-36Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, Corinne and Russell American or European: a case study in frakturDer Reggebogev. 41:2 2007pp. 27-31Kutztown. Pennsylvania German Society.Yes
Earnest, Corinne and Russell D.Papers for birth dayes, fraktur scrivener artists of PennsylvaniaWestern Pennsylvania Genealogical Society Quarterlyv. 16:2 Fall, 1989pp. 19-21Pittsburgh, Western Pennsylvania Genealogical SocietyYes
Earnest, Corinne and Russell EarnestThe heart of the taufschein, fraktur and the pivotal role of Berks County, Pennsylvania2012Kutztown, PAPennsylvania German SocietyYes
[Earnest, Corinne and Russell]Christian StrengePenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 16:1 October, 1995pp. 1, 4Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
[Earnest, Corinne and Russell]Fraktur exhibitPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 17:4 July, 1997pp. 49, 52Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, Corinne P.The fraktur scriveners of Berks CountyHistorical Review of Berks Countyv. 58:1 Winter, 1992/1993pp. 39-47[Reading, Pa. Historical Society of Berks. Co.]Yes
Earnest, Corinne P.History of American fraktur, part 2Antique Market Tabloidv. 3:7 July, 198318-20Silver Spring, Md. Antique Market TabloidYes
Earnest, Corinne P.History of American fraktur, part 1Antique Market Tabloidv. 3:6 June, 198318-20Silver Spring, Md. Antique Market TabloidYes
Earnest, Corinne P.To the latest posterity, Pennsylvania-German family registers in the Fraktur tradition [by] Corinne and Russell Earnest.Publications of the Pennsylvania German Society, v. 37. Pennsylvania German history and culture series, no. 42004University ParkPennsylvania State University PressYes
Earnest, Corinne P. and Beverly Repass HochThe genealogist's guide to fraktur for geneologists researching German-American families1990AlbuquerqueRussell D. Earnest Assoc., B.R. HochYes
Earnest, Corinne P. and Beverly Repass HochGerman-American family records in the fraktur tradition. 3 vols.1991-1994AlbuquerqueRussell D. Earnest Assoc., B.R. HochYes
Earnest, Corinne P. and Klaus StoppEarly fraktur referring to birth and baptism in Pennsylvania, a taufpatenbrief from Berks County for a child born in 1751Pennsylvania Folklifev. 44:2 Winter, 1994-1995pp. 84-88Collegeville. Pennsylvania Folklife SocietyYes
Earnest, Corinne P. and Russell D. EarnestFingerprints in Wythe County historyWythe County Historical ReviewNo. 35 January, 1989pp. 12-16Wytheville, Va. Wythe County Historical SocietyYes
Earnest, Corinne P. and Russell D. EarnestFractur, frakturDer Reggebogev. 36:2 December, 2002pp. 25-36The Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
Earnest, Corinne P. and Russell D. EarnestFraktur, folk art and family1999Altglen, PASchiffer Pub. Ltd.Yes
Earnest, Corinne P. and Russell D. EarnestA living tradition, perspectives on North American Amish frakturPennsylvania Mennonite Heritagev. 23:1 January, 2000pp. 2-12Lancaster, Pa. Lancaster Mennonite Conference Historical SocietyYes
Earnest, Corinne P. and Russell D. EarnestPennsylvania German broadsides, a reflection of daily life by Trudy E. Gilgenast [book review]Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritagev. 33:3 July, 2010p. 40Lancaster, Pa. Lancaster Mennonite Conference Historical Society
Earnest, CorrineLongenecker fraktur and taufscheinLongenecker Family Newsletterv. 2:2 March-April, 2000pp. 1-8Greenwich, CT, Richard CryerYes
Earnest, Corrine and RussellA banner year for frakturAntiques & auction newsv. 28:20 Friday, May 16, 1997pp. 1,2,8Mount Joy, PA, Joel Sater PublicationsYes
Earnest, Corrine and RussellA comma for KlausAntiques & auction newsv. 31:21 Friday, May 26, 2000pp. 26, 28, 33Mount Joy, PA, Joel Sater PublicationsYes
Earnest, Russ and CorinneFraktur's step children, the printed taufscheins and the scrivenersAntique Reviewv. 14:11 November, 1988pp. 41-45Worthington, Ohio : Ohio Antique Review, Inc.Yes
Earnest, RussellFraktur, folk art and familyThe Antiques Journalv. 14:5 November, 1995pp. 14-16Ware, MA Turley PublicationsYes
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: [Readers continue to request?] search of names on fraktur, part 2 of 2 partsAntique WeekMarch 8, 1999p. 11BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: [Schramm, Bussjaeger, Keller, Eberhard, Simon, ?]Antique WeekJuly 17, 1995p. 7BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Additional Remely/Remlich names found on fraktur (part 1 of 2 parts)Antique WeekOctober 9, 2000?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Additional taufscheins with Hahn name found in other locations (part 3 of 3 parts)Antique WeekNovember 12, 2000p. 9BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: all known fraktur didn't survive but some supporting evidence didAntique WeekSeptember 20, 1993pp. 6B, 5BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: An update from 1994 column on Schalleys/Schelleys on fraktur (part 1 of 2 parts)Antique WeekJuly 3, 2000p. 9BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Antique markets source for family fraktur - Dietrichs, part oneAntique WeekApril 10, 1995p. 5BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Barnhart/Bernhardt on frakturAntique WeekJune 27, 1994p. 5BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Batdorf/Pottorf on fraktur in Lebanon, Berks Co., PAAntique WeekOctober ?, 1994pp. 11B, 12BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Berks Co., Pa. Historical Society repository for Dietrichs frakturAntique WeekMay 29, 1995p. 3BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Birth and baptism certificates offer genealogy background, part 1 of 2 partsAntique WeekMay 25, 1998pp. 16B, ?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Bollinger name on fraktur found in a few collectionsAntique WeekJanuary 26, 1998p. 35Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Book, German-American Family Records in the Fraktur Tradition, lists Walter name (part 5 of 5 parts)Antique WeekDecember 13, 1999p. 33Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Boundary changes also cause extra problems in researching early fraktur, part 1 of 3 partsAntique WeekNovember 16, 1998p. 10BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Christman prevalent on Berks, Lehigh counties, Pennsylvania frakturAntique WeekMarch 28, 1994p. 7B, 8BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Collecting fraktur having your surname(s) can be expensive (part 1 of 2 parts)Antique WeekJuly 26, 1999p. 7BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Collection of family surnames can be focused, and affordable (part 2 of 2 parts)Antique WeekAugust 16, 1999p. 5BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: collection of fraktur to be offered for saleAntique WeekFebruary 16, 1998p. 4BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Continue to find fraktur with name of Albrecht/Albright (part 3 of 4 parts)Antique WeekAugust 28, 2000p. 12BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Continue to search for fraktur with name of Wenger (Wingert), part 2 of 2 partsAntique Week[June] ? , 1998p. ?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Continue with fraktur having the names of Ferree and Fehr (part 2 of 3 parts)Antique WeekFebruary 28, 2000p. 7BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Diehl family fraktur give marriage evidenceAntique WeekMay 26, 1997pp. 11B, 12BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: documented fraktur often found in collectionsAntique WeekSeptember ?, 1994?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Early hand-drawn and later printed fractur periodsAntique WeekFebruary 28, 1994p. 6BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Eshelman fraktur, possible clues to famalies' religious persuasionsAntique WeekMarch ?, 1993?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: European decorated manuscripts rarely record a European birth (part 1 of 5 parts)Antique WeekOctober 25, 1999p. 7BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Extra information sometimes found on frakturAntique WeekFebruary 27, 1995?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Family relationships often detailed on frakturAntique WeekJanuary ?, 1995?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Ferree, Fehr names on fraktur found on many taufscheins (part 3 of 3 parts)Antique WeekMarch 13, 2000p. 15BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Find name of Bickel on several fraktur examples, part 2 of 2 partsAntique WeekAugust 31, 1998p. 17BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Fraktur are unlike most other geneology-related documentsAntique WeekNovember 24, 1997pp. 5B, 6BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Fraktur bridge to family historyAntique WeekOctober 19, 1992p. 5BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Fraktur examples exist for name DieffendorferAntique WeekNovember 20, 2000?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Fraktur for a 'Bright' family reunion, part 1 of 2 partsAntique WeekMarch 22, 1999pp. 7B, 8BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Fraktur having name Shirk found in publications featuring American folk art, part 1 of 2 partsAntique WeekAugust 31, 1998p. 15BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Fraktur provide maiden namesAntique WeekFebruary 22, 1993?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Fraktur provides additional bits of geneological dataAntique WeekJune 24, 1996p. 9BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Fraktur records family historyAntique WeekFebruary 5, 1996pp. 6BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Fraktur reveal some families in clusters, other scatteredAntique WeekJune 14, 1993pp. 4B, 5BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Fraktur with name of Knauss suggests Moravian connections, part 1 of 4 partsAntique WeekSeptember 28, 1998p. 9BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Fraktur with name of possible relative may provide 'link'Antique WeekJanuary 25, 1993pp. 36Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Fraktur, like other geneological records, can be very elusiveAntique Week1992p. 5BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Frequency of Schott surname on fraktur narrows area of searchAntique WeekApril 19, 1993?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Gifft, Cooper names on frakturAntique WeekOctober 18, 1993pp. 4B, 5BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Given names often repeated on frakturAntique WeekJanuary 25, 1999pp. 35, ?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Greenwalts/Grunawaldts from Kentucky found on fraktur in PennsylvaniaAntique WeekOctober 2, 1995pp. 15B, 16BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Hahn looking for fraktur from Pennsylvania counties (part 1 of 3 parts)Antique WeekOctober 30, 2000p. 13BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Historical Society of Berks Co. shows several fraktur having name of Knauss, part 3 of 4 partsAntique WeekOctober 26, 1998pp. 10BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Hunsingers, Lefflers on frakturAntique WeekMay 27, 1996pp. 3BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: In America, 'fraktur' refers to decorated manuscriptsAntique WeekMay 29, 2000pp. 13B, 14BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Keep watching for your names on frakturAntique WeekSeptember 30, 1996pp. 15B, 17BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Knowledge of artists helps identify locations not given on frakturAntique WeekApril 6, 1998p. 12BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Koch fraktur in museums collectionsAntique WeekOctober 3, 1994p. 7BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Koch on fraktur - part oneAntique WeekJuly 18, 1994pp. 3B, 4BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Lesson, tolerate inconsistent spellings on early frakturAntique WeekDecember 14, 1992pp. 24?, 25Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Locations shown on fraktur may be the areas for your researchAntique WeekMay 17, 1993?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Lutheran, Reformed faiths most frequently found on frakturAntique WeekOctober 23, 1995pp. 15B, 16BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Many DECKs/DECHs shown on fraktur from southeast Pennsylvania, part 1 of 2 partsAntique WeekJune 29, 1998p. 6BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Many fraktur found with the name Lutz (part 4 of 4 parts)Antique WeekOctober 18, 1999p. 4BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Many private collections have Rieths/Reeds names on fraktur, part 3 of 4 partsAntique WeekMay 31, 1999pp. 8B, 9BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Many taufscheins with name Sterner in private collections (part 3 of 3 parts)Antique WeekApril 17, 2000p. 8BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Maternal grandfathers' names on fraktur having name DECK, part 2 of 2Antique WeekJuly 27, 1998pp. 33, ?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: More Anders on FrakturAntique WeekJanuary 6, 1997p. 4BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: More Brechts/Brights names extracted from Bible recordAntique WeekMarch 29, 1999p. 7BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: More fraktur featuring name of Carter found in college & private collections, part 2 of 3 partsAntique Week[November] ?, 1998p. ?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: More fraktur lists name of Steigerwald, part 2 of 2 partsAntique WeekDecember 21, 1998pp. 31B, 32BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: More information about Schelleys on fraktur (part 2 of 2 parts)Antique WeekJuly 17, 2000pp. 41, 42Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: More Shirks on fraktur found in several other collections, part 2 of 2 partsAntique WeekSeptember 31, 1998pp. 15B, ?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: More taufscheins with the name of Walter found in private collection (part 3 of 5 parts)Antique WeekNovember 15, 1999p. 15BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Most American fraktur are birth and baptism certificates written in GermanAntique WeekNovember 2, 1998p. 19BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Most artists spelled names phonetically, inconsistentlyAntique WeekFebruary 15, 1999p. ?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Most fraktur mentioning name of Heydt for Berks Co., Penn. families, part 1 of 2 partsAntique WeekFebruary 22, 1999p. 6BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Most Weyerbacher/Wirebach names on fraktur from Bucks County, PAAntique WeekMay 15, 2000p. 12BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Name of Albrecht/Albright found on fraktur in several locationsAntique WeekJuly 31, 2000p. 37?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Name of Lutz found on several taufscheins (part 1 of 4 parts)Antique WeekAugust 30, 1999p. 12BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Names of Rieth/Reed appear frequently on fraktur from southeast Pennsylvania, part 1 of 4 partsAntique WeekApril 19, 1999pp. 24B, 23BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Names of Rieth/Reed from Berks Co. found on fraktur, part 2 of 4 partsAntique WeekApril 26, 1999p. 15BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: New book mentions Albrechts on fraktur (part 1 of 2 parts)Antique WeekJuly 24, 2000p. 37Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: New book pictures fraktur having the name of Bieber (part 2 of 4 parts)Antique WeekJanuary 17, 2000p. 5BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Other fraktur with name of DeLong found, part 2 of 3 partsAntique WeekApril 27, 1998p. 3BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Pay attention to names of sponsors on frakturAntique WeekAugust 24, 1998pp. ?, 14BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Phonetic spelling on frakturAntique WeekAugust 26, 1996pp. 23B, 24BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Pictures, publications reveal Walters names on taufscheins (part 2 of 5 parts)Antique WeekNovember 8, 1999p. 7BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Potpourri of names on frakturAntique WeekAugust 8, 1994pp. 37, 38Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Private collections show name of Lutz on many pieces (part 2 of 4 parts)Antique WeekSeptember 13, 1999p. 11BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Questions and answers about frakturAntique WeekFebruary 23, 1998pp. 3B, 5BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Readers share information on frakturAntique WeekMarch 20, 1995pp. 6B, 8BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Reicheldorfers on fraktur illustrate importance of checking originalsAntique WeekNovember ?, 1994?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Remely/Remlich names found on birth, baptismal certificatesAntique WeekSeptember 18, 2000p. 9BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Requests any data regarding name of Wenger on frakturAntique WeekJune 15, 1998pp. 10B, 9BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Researchers may find family fraktur on the auction blockAntique WeekOctober 27, 1997pp. 15B, 16BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Rupperts on fraktur date back to 1700sAntique WeekMay 6, 1996pp. 13BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Scriveners made taufsheins Dietrichs on fraktur, Part IIAntique WeekApril 10?, 1995pp. 3B, 4BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Searching for fraktur listing Hahns in Northampton, Lehigh Counties (part 2 of 3 parts)Antique WeekNovember 6, 2000p. 13BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Seek information about DeLong, Brenneiser/Brenneis names on frakturAntique WeekApril 20, 1998p. 14BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Seek information about Rothermel's on frakturAntique WeekMarch ?, 1996pp. 9B, ?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Several examples of fraktur made for Northumberland Co., PA families, part 3 of 3 partsAntique Week[November] ?, 1998p. ?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Several fraktur sold that mention the name Bieber (part 3 of 4 parts)Antique WeekJanuary 31, 2000p. 7BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Several taufschein with Bieber name listed in volumes by Klaus Stopp (part 4 of 4 parts)Antique WeekFebruary 7, 2000p. 3BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Several taufscheins rescued from the trash just in time (part 1 of 3 parts)Antique WeekMarch 27, 2000p. 7BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: some fraktur reach back several generations through grandparentsAntique WeekJuly 19, 1993?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Spatz, Herb, Schminkey surnames located on various frakturAntique WeekJanuary 31, 1994p. 36Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Spelling variations of names may provide leads on frakturAntique WeekAugust 29, 1994p. 19BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Spellings vary widely for name Ferree on fraktur (part 1 of 3 parts)Antique WeekFebruary 21, 2000p. 4BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Spohns on fraktur cluster in Berks County, PAAntique WeekDecember 24, 1997pp. 26B, 25BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Steigerwald name on fraktur found in personal collections, publications, part 1 of 2 partsAntique WeekDecember 14, 1998p. 31Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Still more DeLongs found on fraktur, part 3 of 3 partsAntique WeekJune 1, 1998p. 18BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Surprises on fraktur include Gerwer, other more unusual namesAntique WeekJune 19, 1995p. 4BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Taking a long shot on frakturAntique WeekOctober 28, 1996pp. 5B, 8BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Taufscheins record vital data about BIEBERs/BEAVERs (part 1 of 4 parts)Antique WeekDecember 20, 1999p. 12BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Taufscheins showing name of Walter listed in Stopp's books (part 4 of 5 parts)Antique WeekNovember 29, 1999pp. 16B, 17BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Taufscheins with Reiter/Reider names sold at penn. auctionAntique WeekOctober 23, 2000p. 13BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: The name of Knauss found listed in books, libraries, private collections, part 2 of 4 partsAntique WeekOctober 19, 1998pp. 18B, 19BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: The name of MANN appears on many taufschein in Penn.Antique WeekJuly 17, 1999p. 9BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: The name of Sterner found in many private collections (part 2 of 3 parts)Antique WeekApril 3, 2000pp. 12B, 13BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: The search continues for the Lutz name on fraktur (part 3 of 4 parts)Antique WeekSeptember 27, 1999p. 15BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: The search for Albrechts name on fraktur continues (part 4 of 4 parts)Antique WeekSeptember 4, 2000p. 9BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: The search for specific ancestors on fraktur can be frustratingAntique WeekDecember 13, 1993pp. 24, 25Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Vital birth & baptism information on fraktur, part 2 of 2 partsAntique WeekJune 29, 1998p. ?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Vowels in German-American names cause special problemsAntique Weekaugust 25, 1997pp. 27B, ?Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Washington County Museum of Fine Arts hosts exhibit on frakturAntique WeekJune 28, 1999p. 6BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Watch auction advertising for family names on frakturAntique WeekNovember 25, 1996pp. 6B, 7BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Writers answer readers' questions regarding names in past columns [Lutz]Antique WeekMay 1, 2000pp. 16B, 17BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFraktur for New EnglandersNew England Ancestors, a magazine of the New England Historic Genealogical Societyv. 2:4 Fall,2001pp. 20-23New England Historic Genealogical SocietyYes
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFraktur-Fest II: a tribute to Richard S. MachmerDer Reggebogev. 41:2 2007pp. 3-26Kutztown. Pennsylvania German Society.Yes
Earnest, Russell and CorinneFraktur, rare and getting rarerNew England Antiques Journalv. 16:5 November, 1997pp. 27-29Ware, Mass., Turley Publications
Earnest, Russell and CorinneMothers' maiden names found on fracturPenn pal, newsletter sponsored by the Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to Americav. 19:1 October, 1998pp. 1, 14Hershey, PA. Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to AmericaYes
Earnest, Russell and CorinneResearching fraktur - a good news, bad news storyWestern Pennsylvania Genealogical Society Quarterlyv. 26:3 Winter, 2000pp. 7-20Pittsburgh, Western Pennsylvania Genealogical SocietyYes
Earnest, Russell and CorinneSummer sizzles early at Garth'sOhio Antique ReviewJuly, 1987pp. 11-13Worthington, Ohio, Ohio Antique Review, inc
Earnest, Russell and CorinneWilhelm Wheit's taufscheinEndpaperSeptember, 2009pp. 2,3Delaware Bibliophilena
Earnest, Russell and Corinne Earnest2001, a bountiful year for frakturDer Reggebogev. 35:1&2 2001pp. 35-43Kutztown. Pennsylvania German Society.Yes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestBiebers on fraktur2000East Berlin, PARussell D. Earnest AssociatesYes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestConrads on fraktur2000East Berlin, PARussell D. Earnest AssociatesYes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestDietz's on fraktur2000East Berlin, PARussell D. Earnest AssociatesYes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestFausts/Fousts on fraktur2000East Berlin, PARussell D. Earnest AssociatesYes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestFenstermachers on fraktur2003East Berlin, PARussell D. Earnest AssociatesYes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestFrankenfields on fraktur2003East Berlin, PARussell D. Earnest AssociatesYes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestFreys on fraktur2000East Berlin, PARussell D. Earnest AssociatesYes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestGerbers on fraktur2003East Berlin, PARussell D. Earnest AssociatesYes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestHenrich Engelhard's silent girl speaksDer Reggebogev. 34:1 [n. month] 2000pp. 2-19Kutztown. Pennsylvania German Society.Yes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestHochs on fraktur2001East Berlin, PARussell D. Earnest AssociatesYes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestLutz's on fraktur2000East Berlin, PARussell D. Earnest AssociatesYes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestShirks on fraktur1998East Berlin, PARussell D. Earnest AssociatesYes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestSteigerwalds on fraktur2000East Berlin, PARussell D. Earnest AssociatesYes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestStumps on fraktur2000East Berlin, PARussell D. Earnest AssociatesYes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestWhere's the cow?Folk art, Magazine of the Museum of American Folk Artv. 25:4 Winter, 2000-2001pp. 44-53New York. Museum of American Folk ArtYes
Earnest, Russell and Corinne EarnestWitmers on fraktur2003East Berlin, PARussell D. Earnest AssociatesYes
Earnest, Russell and CorrinePen work and press work: the taufscheine collection of Klaus Stopp challenges assumptions about frakturImprint, Journal of the American Historical Print Collectors Societyv. 30:1 Spring, 2005pp. 14-25New York, American Historical Print Collectors SocietyYes
Earnest, Russell D.The big "I" - and the monster "T"EndpapersSeptember, 2010pp. 17-19New Castle, Del., Delaware Bibliophiles
Earnest, Russell D.Flying leaves and one sheets, Pennsylvania German broadsides, fraktur, and their printers [by] Russell Earnest and Corinne Earnest2005New Castle, DEOal Knoll BooksYes
Earnest, Russell D. and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: American fraktur usually, but not always, a rural traditionAntique WeekJune 30, 1997pp. 7B, 8BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell D. and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Booklet of Kunkles on fraktur publishedAntique WeekApril 28, 1997pp. 16B, 17BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell D. and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Box of fraktur with name Tice foundAntique WeekFebruary 24, 1997pp. 7B, 8BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell D. and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Clausers on fraktur concentrated in Berks County, PennsylvaniaAntique WeekJanuary 27, 1997pp. 36, 35Knightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell D. and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Most fraktur Taufscheins give data some early records fail to provideAntique WeekAugust 5, 1996p. 4BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell D. and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Still more Diehls on frakturAntique WeekSeptember 8, 1997pp. 12B, 11BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell D. and CorinneFeaturing Fraktur: Various spellings of Reiffsnyders found on frakturAntique WeekSeptember 29, 1997p. 11BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell D. and Corinne P.1997, the year of the frakturAntique Reviewv. 23:6 June, 1997pp. 1, 14, 16, 18, 19Worthington, Ohio : Ohio Antique Review, Inc.Yes
Earnest, Russell D. and Corinne P.Ausfullers and Dindamen, the fraktur scriveners of Bucks County IN Bucks County fraktur, edited by Cory M. Amsler, contributors Joel D. Alderfer...[et. al.]The Pennsylvania German Society [Publications]v. 33 1999 [c. 2001]pp. 179-194Doylestown, PA. Bucks Co. Historical Society and the Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
Earnest, Russell D. and Corinne P.Dating Pennsylvania German TaufscheinsOhio Antique Reviewv. 3:6 July, 1977pp. 29-33Worthington, Ohio, Ohio Antique Review, inc
Earnest, Russell D. and Corinne P.Featuring Fraktur: Continue with more Diehls on frakturAntique WeekJune 30, 1997pp. 8B, 7BKnightstown, Ind., Mayhill Publicationsna
Earnest, Russell D. and Corinne P.Record price established for frakturOhio Antique Reviewv. 6:6 July, 1980p. 13Worthington, Ohio, Ohio Antique Review, incYes
Earnest, Russell D. and Corinne P.Tulips and birds in fraktur artOhio Antique Reviewv. 3:8 September, 1977Worthington, Ohio, Ohio Antique Review, inc
Earnest, Russell D. and Corinne P. EarnestPapers for birth dayes, guide to the fraktur artists and scriveners. 2d ed. 2 vols.1997East Berlin, PARussell D. Earnest Assoc.Yes
Eberlein, Harold D.The art of fraktur in early PennsylvaniaThe Antiques Journalv. 11:11 November, 1914pp. 390-91, 396New York. Munn and Co.
Eberlein, Harold D.Illuminated monastic manuscripts were the origin of fractur-paintingAmerican Collector, Biweekly for Dealers and Collectorsv. 5:8 September, 1936pp. 4-5, 10-11New York. Educational Pub. Corp.Yes
Eberlein, Harold D.Pen and brush illuminations of the Pennsylvania Germans, illustrated by examples taken from the collection of the Pennsylvania Historical SocietyArts & decorationv. 4:8 June, 1914pp. 315-317, 327New York, Adam BungeYes
Eberlein, Harold D.What early America had on its wallsInternational Studiov. 88:364 September, 1927pp. 52-56New York. Offices of the International StudioYes
Eberlein, Harold D. and Cortlandt Van Dyke HubbardFractur painting in PennsylvaniaAmerican-German Reviewv. 3:1 September, 1936pp. 11-15Philadelphia. Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation
Eberlein, Harold Donaldson and Abbot McClureThe practical book of early American arts and crafts, by Harold Donaldson Eberlein and Abbot McClure, with a chapter on early lace by Mabel Foster Bainbridge. With 232 illustrations, the drawings by Abbot McClure1916 (reprinted by Da Capo, 1977, as The practical book of American antiques)PhiladelphiaJ. B. Lippincott Co.Yes
Ebert, John and Katherine EbertAmerican folk painters1975New YorkCharles Scribner's SonsYes
Eckhardt, George H.The Henry S. Borneman collection of Pennsylvania-German fractursAntiquesv. 71:6 June, 1957pp. 538-540New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
Edith Gregor Halpert folk art collection, sculpture, weathervanes, paintings in oil, paintings in watercolors and pastels, needlework and painted textiles, fracturs and drawings, chalkware. [Forward by Terry Dintenfass]1970New YorkTerry Dintenfass, Inc.Yes
Edye, M. LouiseHome craft course in Pennsylvania German illuminated manuscriptsHome Craft Course Seriesv. 7 1945Plymouth Meeting, PAMrs. C. Naaman Keyser Yes
Eff, ElaineFolk art, the heart of America, catalogue to the exhibition, June 26-October l5, 1978, Museum of American Folk Art, New YorkThe Clarion, America's Folk Art Magazine[n. vol.] summer, 1978pp. 17-35New York, Museum of American Folk ArtYes
Egelmann, Charles F.Deutsche & englische Vorschriften für die Jugend, aufgesetzt und gestochen von Carl Friederich Egelmann1821 [also 1831, 1846]Reading, PAs.n.
Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004New YorkRoutledgeYes
Ephrata CloisterWorks of patience, being a description of the texts found on the wall charts of the Ephrata Cloister
2001EphrataEphrata Cloister AssociatesYes
Epp, David H.Die Chortitzer Mennoniten, Versuch einer Darstellung des Entwickelungsganges derselben1899 (reprinted Steinbach, Man., Die Mennonitische Post, 1984, ISBN: 0919673740)OdessaA. Schultze
Erb, Peter CThe garden in Schwenkfelder frakturThe Schwenkfeldianv.103:3 Fall, 2003 August 2, 2003pp. 12 -14[Pennsburg, Pa., etc.] General Conference of the Schwenkfelder ChurchYes
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Fraktur and samplers from the Franklin and Marshall College collections, in celebration of the 300th anniversary of the settlement of Pennsylvania Germans. The Governor's Home, Harrisburg, PA, September 1982 - January 5, 19831983LancasterFranklin and Marshall CollegeYes - gift of Weiser
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George and Martha Washington, post-revolutionary fractur decorationThe Magazine Antiquesv. 37 February, 1940p. 60Boston. Antiques, Inc.Yes
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Good, Edgar ReginaldMarkham area Mennonite was fine artistOntario Showcasev. 12:10 April, 1977pp. 47-53Bracebridge, Ont. McLaren PublicationsYes
Good, Edgar ReginaldOntario fraktur artist Joseph Bauman (1815-1890)Canadian Collectorv. 11:6 November-December, 1976pp. 35-37Toronto. Denmount PublishingYes
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Hanover Area Historical SocietyFolk art in the Hanover area, 1783-1883, September 10-November 30, 1983, [exhibit] sponsored by the Hanover Area Historical Society1983Hanover, PAHanover Area Historical SocietyYes
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Heilbron, Bertha LPennsylvania German baptismal certificates in MinnesotaMinnesota Historyv. 27:1 March, 1946pp. 29-32St. Paul. Minnesota Historical SocietyYes
Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield VillageFolk art and the street of shops [by] Robert G. Wheeler1971DearbornEdison InstituteYes
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The Herbert Waide Hemphill, Jr. Collection of 18th, 19th, and 20th century American folk art, presented at Heritage Plantation of Sandwich in the Arts and Crafts Building, Sandwich, Massachusetts, May 1st through October 15th, 1974, and Columbus Museum of Arts and Crafts, Columbus, Georgia, opening the new Bradley Wing November 9th, 1974, through February 2nd, 1975...Forward by Herbert Waide Hemphill, Jr. Introduction by Robert Bishop1974Sandwich, MAHeritage Plantation of SandwichYes
Heritage Plantation of SandwichA Pennsylvania German sampler, Heritage Plantation of Sandwich, May 11, 1984 - October 15, 19841984Sandwich, Mass.Heritage Plantation of SandwichYes
Herman, B L This teaching I present: Fraktur from the Skippack and Salford Mennonite meetinghouse schools, 1747-1836 [book review]Choice v. 41, no. 11/12 July/August 2004p. 2032Chicago, Ill., American Library Association
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Hershey, Mary Jane LederachThe Notenbüchlein tradition in eastern Pennsylvania Mennonite community schools, in an area known as Franconia Conference, 1780-1845 IN Bucks County fraktur, edited by Cory M. Amsler, contributors Joel D. Alderfer...[et. al.]The Pennsylvania German Society [Publications]v. 33 1999 [c. 2001]pp. 115-150Doylestown, PA. Bucks Co. Historical Society and the Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
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Historical Records Survey of Pennsylvania, Historical Society of Pennsylvania.Guide to the manuscript collections of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 2d edition.1949 [other editions 1940, 1949, 1990, 1991, 1993]PhiladelphiaHistorical Society of PennsylvaniaYes
Hoch, Beverly RepassFraktur, birth and baptismal records of the early GermansWythe County Historical ReviewNo. 56 July, 1999pp. 11-20Wytheville, Va. Wythe County Historical Society
Hoch, Beverly RepassFrom Ziefen to Sally Run, Swiss pioneer Jacob Repass (1737-1814) on the American frontier1993AlbuquerqueJacob Repass Memorial Fund
Holahan, JaneFraktur, rural roots revisited. At Heritage Museum, Pa. German craft chronicles local lifeLancaster New EraApril 26, 1997pg. A.6Lancaster, Pa., Lancaster Newspapers
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Hollyday, Elizabeth C.The conservation of a Shenandoah Valley frakturJournal of the American Institute for Conservationv. 17:1 1977pp. 27-36D.C. American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic WorksYes
Hollyday, Guy TilghmanThe Ephrata codex, relationships between text and illustrationPennsylvania Folklifev. 20:1 Autumn, 1970pp. 28-43Collegeville. Pennsylvania Folklife SocietyYes
Hollyday, Guy TilghmanThe Ephrata wall-charts and their inscriptionsPennsylvania Folklifev. 19:3 Spring, 1970pp. 34-46Collegeville. Pennsylvania Folklife SocietyYes
Hommel, Martha HillPennsylvania German birth and baptismal certificatesHobbies, [the Magazine for Collectors]v. 59:9 November, 1954pp. 114-115[Chicago, Lightner Pub. Co.]Yes
Hommel, RudolfCats and horn-blowing roostersThe Pennsylvania Dutchmanv. 1:3 May 19, 1949p. 3Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
Hopf, CarrollCalligraphic drawings and Pennsylvania German frakturPennsylvania Folklifev. 22:1 Autumn, 1972pp. 2-9Collegeville. Pennsylvania Folklife Society. Yes
Hopf, ClaudiaScherenschnitte, the folk art of scissors cutting, a history and patterns, including instructions1971LancasterJohn Baer's sonsYes
Hopf, ClaudiaScherenschnitte, traditional papercuttingEarly American Lifev. 8:4 August ,1977 [republished 1983]pp. 26-27Richmond, Va. Early American SocietyYes
Hornung, Clarence P.Treasury of American design and antiques, a pictorial survey of popular folk arts based upon watercolor renderings in the Index of American design, at the National Gallery of Art; foreword by J. Carter Brown; introd. by Holger Cahill1997 [Originally published Treasury of American design, 1972]New YorkAbradale Press, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., PublishersYes
Hornung, Clarence PearsonTreasury of American design, a pictorial survey of popular folk arts based upon watercolor renderings in the Index of American Design, at the National Gallery of Art, by Clarence P. Hornung. Foreword by J. Carter Brown. Introd. by Holger Cahill, volume 22 v., 1950 [other editions or reprints 1970, 1972, 1986, 1993]New YorkH.N. AbramsYes
Horst AuctioneersCollection of Mrs. Evelyn Yingst Good, important unreserved public auction of Pennsylvania German folk art, antiques, early imprints & books on Pennsylvania German history, Saturday, May 11, 1991, Horst Auction Center, Ephrata, Pennsylvania1991EphrataHorst AuctioneersYes
Horst AuctioneersPost cards, trade cards, ephemera, 18th & 19th century penna. German imprints (Ephrata, etc.)...removed from the Folk Craft Center Museum, Witmer, Lancaster County, Penna., A private Chester County, Penna. home and others as well as the Amish decorative art collection of Maureen & Gregory McCauley of Chadd's Ford, Delaware County, Penna....to be held Friday, May 27, 2005,..& Sat., May 28, 2005 ... Horst Auction Center1995EphrataHorst AuctioneersYes
Horst AuctioneersUnreserved public auction of Pennsylvania German fraktur, folk art, Lehn ware, antique china and glassware furniture, primitives, prints, antique reference books...from the collection of Rebecca Groff Schwartz ... Saturday, March 27, 19991999EphrataHorst AuctioneersYes
Hubbert, RuthannFrancis Portzline (1771-1857)The Snyder County Historical Society Bulletin1982 pp. 19-29Middleburg, PA. Snyder County Historical SocietyYes
Illick, Hilary SeldenArt in letters. [Fraktur artist Michael Kriebel]Americanav. 16:5 November/December, 1988 p. 10American Heritage SocietyYes
In the museumsAntiquesv. 68:4 October, 1955pp. 368, 374, 376, 378New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
In the museums: fraktur at the Brussels World's FairAntiquesv. 73:5 May, 1958p. 476New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
Index of American Design. National Gallery of Art (U.S.) Decoration and design motifs [slides]195465 slides, color, 2 x 2 in.Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art
Irving, Joan and Lisa MinardiA metamorphosis, the changing nature of fraktur studiesAntiques & fine art magazinev. 10:6 2011Watertown, Mass.AFA, Watertown, MAYes
Isaac, FranzDie Molotschnaer Mennoniten. Ein beitrag zur geschichte derselben. Aus akten älterer und neuerer zeit, wie auch auf grund eigener erlebnisse und erfahrungen dargestellt ... 1908 Halbstadt, Taurien [Russis]H. J. Braun
Isaacson, PhilipRecords of passage, New England illuminated manuscripts in the fraktur traditionThe Clarion, America's Folk Art Magazine[n. vol.] Winter, 1980/1981pp. 30-35New York. Museum of American Folk ArtYes
The Jewish heritage in American folk art [compiled by] Norman L. Kleeblatt, Gerard C. Wertkin, with an essay by Mary Black1984New YorkUniverse BooksYes
Johannesen, Stanley and Michael S. BirdFurniture and fraktur, an exhibition of artifacts from Waterloo County and Germanic Ontario1977WaterlooUniversity of Waterloo Art Gallery
Johnson, David R.Christian Alsdorff, the "Earl Township Artist"Der Reggebogev. 20:2 1986pp. 45-59Birdsboro. Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
Johnson, David R.Christian Strenge, fraktur artistDer Reggebogev. 13:3 July, 1979pp. 1-24Breiningsville. Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
Johnson, David R.The fraktur of northeastern Lancaster County IN Burke, From Pennsylvania to Waterloo..., 19911991pp. 47-53Kitchener, Ont. J. Schneider HausYes
Johnson, David R.Hans Jacob Brubacher, fraktur artistPennsylvania Mennonite Heritagev. 9:1 January, 1986pp. 11-17Lancaster. Lancaster Mennonite Conference Historical SocietyYes
Johnson, Jeanne R.Pennsylvania Dutch frakturSchool Artsv. 93:5 January, 1994pp. 36, 37Worcester, Mass. Davis PressYes
Jones, Karen M.From A to Z, a folk art alphabet1985Pittstown, N.J.The Main Street PressYes
Jones, Richard W. S.Antiques of central PennsylvaniaAntique Collectingv. 3:2 August, 1979pp. 20-25Ephrata, Pa. American Antique CollectorYes
Jones, RosemaryMercer exhibit, symposium help develop a feel for frakturThe Morning CallOct 23, 1997pg. D.01 in A.M. MAGAZINEAllentown, Pa., Morning Call copy
Jordan, MildredThe distelfink country of the Pennsylvania Dutch1978New YorkCrown PublishersYes
Kauffman, Henry J.Artifacts in the Rock Ford-Kauffman museum1986LancasterThe Rock Ford-Kauffman MuseumYes
Kauffman, Henry J.The Himmelreich collectionThe Dutchmanv. 7:3 Winter, 1956pp. 18-29Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
Kauffman, Henry J.Pennsylvania Dutch American folk art. Edited by C. Geoffrey Holme1946 [reprint Dover Publications, 1964]New YorkAmerican Studio BooksYes
Kaufman, Stanley A. with Dr. Lawrence W. HartzellMoravians in Ohio1987Walnut Creek, OhioGerman Culture MuseumYes
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Kensinger, JedSilent Auction of Lancaster County frakturs by Pennsylvania German artist David Frey (1759-1841)...Preview and bid opening, May 3, 2003, St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church...Sale coordinator, Jed Kensinger...2003Penryn, PASt. Paul Evangelical Lutheran ChurchYes
[a Kentucky fraktur]Der Reggebogev. 9:3,4 December, 1975coverCollegeville. Pennsylvania Folklife Society
Kern, Arthur B.Painters of record, William Murray and his schoolThe Clarion, America's Folk Art Magazinev. 12:1 Winter, 1987pp. 28-35New York. Museum of American Folk Art.Yes
Kerr, Joan PatersonPatchwork primitivesAmerican Heritagev. 23 April/May, 1981Cooperstown, N.Y. Published for the American Association for State and Local HistoryYes
Keyes, Homer EatonLove's labor mechanizedThe Magazine Antiquesv. 15:2 February, 1929pp. 111-112Boston. Antiques, IncYes
Keyes, Homer EatonA Pennsylvania bookplateThe Magazine Antiquesv. 14:1 July, 1928p. 27Boston. Antiques, IncYes
Keyser, Mildred DPennsylvania German artSchool Arts Magazinev. 45:8 April, 1946pp. 270-275Boston. School Arts Pub. Co.Yes
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Kitchener-Waterloo art galleryFraktur, the work of Waterloo County fraktur artists, collected by Reg Good [exhibit] April 6 - 30Summer 1978Kitchener, OntarioKitchener Waterloo art galleryYes
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Klein, Susan and Cynthia V.A. SchaffnerLiving with antiques, a folk art collection in PennsylvaniaThe Magazine Antiquesv. 126 September, 1984pp. 566-576New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
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Knight, Nancy WeaverFraktur, my family's treasureThe German Connection, [Quarterly Publication of the German Research Association]v. 19:4 Fourth Quarter, 1995pp. 75-80San Diego, CA. German Research AssociationYes
Knower, Rosemary
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Kolbe, Christian and Brent HolcombFraktur in the Dutch Fork area of South CarolinaJournal of Early Southern Decorative Artsv. 5:2 November, 1979pp. 36-51Winston-Salem, N.C. Museum of Early Southern Decorative ArtsYes
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Lichten, FrancesFraktur from the Hostetter collectionThe Dutchmanv. 6:1 June, 1954pp. 10-13Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
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Lipman, Jean and Alice WinchesterThe flowering of American folk art, 1776-1876. Catalog by Jean Lipman and Alice Winchester. [Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, Feb. 1-March 24, 1974, and travel through September 15]1974 [other editions 1977, 1987, 1997]New YorkViking Press, in cooperation with the Whitney Museum of American ArtYes
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Lotz, FrançoisSouhaits de baptême (Goettelbriefe) catholiques d'AlsaceCahier - Musée de l'imagerie peinte et populaire alsacienne de Pfaffenhoffenno.1 1975Pfaffenhoffen Musée de l'imagerie peinte et populaire alsacienne de Pfaffenhoffen
Luhrs, KathleenFraktur art of western PennsylvaniaThe Magazine Antiquesv. 174:1 July 2008p. 26Yes
Luthy, DavidAmish folk artist Barbara Ebersol (1846-1922)Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritagev. 14:2 April, 1991pp. 2-7Lancaster, Pa. Lancaster Mennonite Conference Historical SocietyYes
Luthy, DavidAmish folk Artist Barbara Ebersol, her life, fraktur and death record bookMennonite Sources and Documents, no. 41995Lancaster, PA. Lancaster Mennonite Conference Historical SocietyYes
Luthy, DavidHenry Lapp, Amish folk artist and craftsmanPennsylvania Mennonite Heritagev. 11:4 October, 1988pp. 2-6Lancaster, Pa. Lancaster Mennonite Conference Historical SocietyYes
Machmer, Richard S. and Rosemarie B. MachmerBerks County Pennsylvania fraktur, Gerburts Und Taufscheine, artists - scriveners - printers. [catalog published in conjunction with April-September, 2001, fraktur exhibit at the Historical Society of Berks County, PA. Richard S. and Rosemarie B. Machmer, originators and coordinators]2001ReadingHistorical Society of Berks CountyYes
Made in Pennsylvania, a folk art tradition. Westmoreland museum of american art, Greensburg, Pennsylvania, June 23 - October 14, 20072007Grenensburg, PAWestmoreland museum of american artYes
Mahr, August COrigin and significance of Pennsylvania Dutch barn symbols IN Alan Dundes, The study of folklore. 1965Englewood Cliffs, N.JPrentice-HallYes
Main, Kari M.From the archives, illuminated hymnals of the Ephrata cloisters
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Mallory, PaulFractur painting, a medieval survival IN Felix Payant (ed.), Primitive and peasant art, assembled from special issues of Design, a monthly magazine devoted to the decorative arts [issue v. 33:10 March, 1932, pp. 254-255]1932pp. 254-255Syracuse, N.Y. Keramic Studio Pub. Co.Yes
Marple, Kenneth L. and Corinne EarnestConference spurs interest in frakturThe Palatine Immigrant, Quarterly Journal of Palatines to Americav. 19:4 September, 1994pp. 195-196 Columbus, OH, Palatines to AmericaYes
Marple, Kenneth L. and Corinne EarnestUnlocking the secrets of frakturThe Palatine Immigrant, Quarterly Journal of Palatines to Americav. 18:1 December, 1992pp. 24-33Columbus, OH, Palatines to America
Martin, John DChristopher Dock, pioneer Christian schoolmaster on the Skippack1971Harrisonburg, Va.Christian Light PublicationsYes
Mason, Brook SFair report, Philadelphia antiques show, in the heart of Americana, furniture, fraktur and embroidery sold wellThe Art Newspaperv. 12:114 May, 2001p. 84London. Umberto Allemandi & Co.,
Mass, Jennifer L., Catherine R. Matson, Janice H. CarlsonMaterials of the Pennsylvania German fraktur artistMagazine Antiquesv. 168:3 September, 2005pp. 128-135Brant PublicationsYes
Mathias, MadeleineWork of "Easton Bible artist' featured at historical exhibit of "Dutch' fraktur artThe Morning CallAug 8, 2002pg. B.4Allentown, Pa., Morning Call
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McCauley, Daniel J.The paintings of Henry and Eliza LappFolk Art, Magazine of the Museum of American Folk Artv. 19:3 fall, 1994pp. 53-61New York. Museum of American Folk ArtYes
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Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York)The De Forest collection of work by Pennsylvania German craftsmen. Written by Joseph DownsBulletinv. 29:10 October, 1934pp. 163-169New York. Metropolitan Museum of Art Yes
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Minardi, LisaEaster at WinterthurAntiques & fine art magazinev. 11:6 Spring, 2012Watertown, Mass.AFA, Watertown, MAYes
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Moore, J. Roderick, Walter M HathawayA Virginia sampler, 18th, 19th and 20th century folk art. Exhibit catalog produced by Ferrum College and Roanoke Fine Arts Center, with introduction by J. Roderick Moore [of the Blue Ridge Institute, Ferrum College, VA.] [Exhibit March 14 - April 24, 1976]1976Roanoke, VARoanoke Fine Arts CenterYes
Morton, RobertSouthern antiques and folk art1976Birmingham, ALOxmoor HouseYes
Moyer, Del-LouiseTaufscheinsThe Schwenkfeldianv.111:3 Fall, 2011pp. 7 -8[Pennsburg, Pa., etc.] General Conference of the Schwenkfelder ChurchYes
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Moyer, Dennis KThe colors of Goschenhoppen, the decorative arts and furnishings of a Pennsylvania German community. [Exhibit September 15 through October 13, 1996 at The Schwenkfelder Library...Exhibit and catalog planned and organized by Dennis K. Moyer, Director, Schwenkfelder Library]1996Pennsburg, PAThe Schwenkfelder LibraryYes
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Muller, CharlesThe Schwenkfelder Library in Pennsburg, PennsylvaniaAntique Reviewv. 14:11 November, 1988pp. 1 ff.Worthington, Ohio. Ohio Antique Review, Inc.Yes
Muller, CharlesA Swiss heritage in decorative artsAntique ReviewAugust, 1996, previewpp. 1-19Worthington, Ohio. Ohio Antique Review, Inc.,
Munro, Joyce ClemmerFranconia Mennonites, the eighteenth century settlement, a catalogue by Joyce Clemmer Munro, ed. by Mary Jane Hershey and John L. Ruth1976Souderton, Pa.Mennonite Heritage CenterYes
Munro, Joyce Clemmer Willing inhabitants, a short account of life in Franconia township, Montgomery county, Pennsylvania 1981[Franconia, Pa.] Horace W. Longacre, IncYes
Musée du jeu de paume (France); Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)Trois siècles d'art aux États-Unis; exposition organisée en collaboration avec le Museum of Modern Art, New-York. Musée du jeu de paume. Paris, mai-juillet, 1938. [exhibit]1938ParisÉditions des musées nationauxYes
Museum für Völkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum für Volkskunde BaselReligiöse Volkskunst, Sammlung Erwin Richter Wasserburg am Inn Bayern. [Führer durch das Museum für Völkerkunde und Schweizerische Museum für Volkskunde, Basel, Sonderausstellung vom 8. Mai bis 31. Oktober 1964]1964BaselMuseum für Völkerkunde und Schweizerisches Museum für Volkskunde Basel.
Museum of American Folk ArtAmerican radiance, the Ralph Esmerian gift to the American Folk Art Museum. Stacy C. Hollander, foreword by Gerard C. Wertkin, essay by Ralph Esmerian, principal photography by John Bigelow Taylor, project coordinated by Tanya Heinrich, with contributions by Helen Kellogg ... [et al.]2001New York American Folk Art Museum, in association with Harry N. AbramsYes
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Museum of Early Southern Decorative ArtsSouthern perspective, a sampling from the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts2005Winston-Salem, N.C.Museum of Early Southern Decorative ArtsYes
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Museum of Fine Arts, BostonM. & M. Karolik collection of American water colors and drawings, 1800-1875. Volume II. [Exhibition held at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, October 18, 1962 - January 6, 1963]. 2 volumes1962BostonMuseum of Fine ArtsYes
Museum of Fine Arts, BostonM. and M. Karolik collection of American paintings, 1815 - 18651949 [1951]BostonPublished for Museum of Fine Arts, Boston [by] Harvard University Press
Museum of Modern ArtAmerican folk art, the art of the common man in America, 1750-1900 [exhibition, Holger Cahill, author]1932 [reprinted by Arno Press, 1969]New YorkPublished for the Museum of Modern Art by Arno Press, 1969 [c1932]Yes
Mystery man, Who was Eli Haverstick? Researchers don't know for sure but his fraktur are rare and desireableLancaster New EraJune 30, 2000pg. A.7Lancaster, Pa., Lancaster Newspapers
National Gallery of Art (U.S.)American primitive paintings, from the collection of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch, Part I [Catalogue of a series of exhibitions opening May 9, 1954 at the National Gallery of Art]1954Washington, D.C.National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian InstitutionYes
Neufeld, Abram AbramowitschDie Chortitzer Centralschule, 1842-1892, zum fünfzigsten Jahrestag der Schule, ein Vortrag 1893 BerdjanskH. Ediger
New York ColiseumAmerican folk art auction. March 3, 19721972New YorkMuseum of American Folk Art
Newark MuseumAmerican primitives; an exhibit of the paintings of nineteenth century folk artists, November 4, 1930 to February 1, 1931, [edited and with an introduction by Holger Cahill, descriptive notes by Elinor Robinson]1930Newark, NJThe Newark MuseumYes
Niecke, DavidDavid Niecke, S. D., CeulmasterDer Reggebogev. 18:2 1984p. 61Birdsboro, Pa. Pennsylvania German Society.Yes
Nineteenth century folk painting, our spirited national heritage. Works of art from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tillou. {Exhibition] Organized by Paul F. Rovetti. Selection and catalogue by Peter H. Tillou1973Storrs, CNThe William Benton Museum of Art, University of ConnecticutYes
[no title]Der Reggebogev. 6:4 December, 1972pp. 8-9Collegeville. Pennsylvania Folklife SocietyYes
Nolan, J. BennettPennsylvania artist in old New York [Lewis Miller]Magazine Antiquesv. 28:4 October, 1935pp. 148-150New York, The Magazine AntiquesYes
Novak, AntonA few words on frakturCanadian-German Folklorev. 1, 1961pp. 100-102Pennsylvania Folklore Society of OntarioYes
Oak, Jacquelyn Sotheby's guide to American folk art1994New YorkSimon & SchusterYes
Oliver, Lucile Mobilier alsacien1976ParisC. MassinYes
On all my holy mountain, a modern fraktur. Reflections on peace by the Rutba House. Fraktur by Diane Katz2005Pittsboro, NCRosenberry booksYes
One hundred and one [101] American primitive water colors and pastels, from the collection of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch [Catalogue of an exhibition shown at the National Gallery of Art, Oct. 8-Nov. 20, 1966; at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Dec. 15, 1966-Feb. 13, 1967; later to be circulated to museums throughout the United States]1966Washington, D.C.National Gallery of ArtYes
Ormsbee, Thomas H.Our valentines first handmade, began to be widely popular early in 19th centuryAmerican Collector, Biweekly for Dealers and Collectorsv. 6:1 February, 1937pp. 1, 12-13New York. Educational Pub. Corp.Yes
Outwater, Myra YellinA simpler time is reflected in fanciful frakturs on exhibitThe Morning CallMay 20, 2001pg. F.1Allentown, Pa., Morning Call
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The paradise of Penn's GermansART newsv. 52:4 Summer, 1953p. 29New York. ARTnews AssociatesYes
Parke-Bernet GalleriesAmerican and other decorative arts: rare glass and pewter; early miniatures; historical printed and other fabrics; lighting fixtures and fitings, desk ornaments and mantels; fire brigade accessories and prints; oriental Lowestoft (Chinese export), European and Chinese porcelains; Georgian silver and pewter. Arthur J. Sussel. [Auction] Sale no. 1888. Part III March 19, 20, 21, 19591959New YorkParke-Bernet Galleries, Inc.Yes
Parke-Bernet GalleriesAnglo-American China and Glass American Furniture & other art property. Part two [final] of the collection formed by D. Omar Tobias removed from Piqua, Ohio...Public auction sale Thursday - Friday & Saturday December 3, 4 & 5 at 1:1451959New YorkParke-Bernet Galleries, Inc.Yes
Parke-Bernet GalleriesBooks, autographs, drawings, paintings, illuminated and other manuscripts, etc. Henry S. Borneman. [Auction] Sale number 1620. November 1 and 2, 19551955New YorkParke-Bernet Galleries, Inc.Yes
Parke-Bernet GalleriesFine American and English furniture, early American glass, Staffordshire, Liverpool, spatterware, "Gaudy Dutch" ware, Pennsylvania slip ware, and fraktur-work, Oriental Lowestoft porcelain, paintings, Oriental rugs, collected by the late George Horace Lorimer. .part I, public auction sale, March 29, 30, 31 and April 1, at 2 p.m.1944New YorkParke-Bernet Galleries, Inc.Yes
Parke-Bernet GalleriesPennsylvania furniture, including important works by Philadelphia cabinetmakers, American portraits, still-lifes and landscape paintings, Philadelphia & other American silver, Pennsylvania Dutch fraktur work ... part one, from the estate of the late Arthur J. Sussel. Public auction sale, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 23, 24 and 25, [1958] Sale number 1847, Part I1958New YorkParke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. Yes
Parke-Bernet Galleries.American furniture, oriental Lowestoft (Chinese export) porcelain; clichy, baccarat and New England paperweights ... American paintings; eagle carvings; views of Philadelphia and other prints; silhouettes and watercolor miniatures; embroidery pictures, samplers and valentines. Arthur J. Sussel. [Auction] Sale number 1872, Part II January 22, 23, 24, 19591959. New York Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc.Yes
Parsons, William T.The Pennsylvania Dutch, a persistant minority1976BostonTwayneYes
Pass, Karl H. Newly discovered Pennsylvania German fraktur artist's work surfacesMaine Antique DigestDecember, 2003p. 16-BWaldoboro, Me. Maine Antique Digest
Passing of fractur artistThe Pennsylvania Dutchmanv. 2:19 March 1, 1951p. 4Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore Center Yes
Patterson, Nancy-LouAnna Weber hat das gemachtWork paperNo. 20 Spring, 1976pp. 50-54Kitchener, Ont. American Historical Society of Germans from RussiaYes
Patterson, Nancy-LouAnna Weber hat das gemacht, Anna Weber (1814-1888) - a fraktur painter of Waterloo County, OntarioMennonite Lifev. 30:4 December, 1975pp. 15-19North Newton, Kan. Bethel CollegeYes
Patterson, Nancy-LouGardens, hearts and distelfinken, Mennonite folk art symbolsCanadian Collectorv. 19:5 September, 1984pp. 36 - 39Toronto. Denmount Pub.Yes
Patterson, Nancy-LouHearts and flowersCanadian Antiques & Art Reviewv. 1:8 May, 1980pp. 33-39Halifax, N.S., Canadian Antiques & Art Review
Patterson, Nancy-LouIm zeichen der zwillingeWaterloo Historical Society [annual volume]v. 63 1975 [c. 1976]pp. 52-62 Kitchener, Ont. Waterloo Historical SocietyYes
Patterson, Nancy-LouThe iron cross and the tree of lifeOntario Historyv. 68:1 March, 1976pp. 1-16Toronto. Ontario Historical SocietyYes
Patterson, Nancy-LouThe language of paradise, folk art from Mennonite and other Anabaptist communities of Ontario, September 14-October 23, 1985, London Regional Art Gallery1985London, OntarioLondon Regional Art GalleryYes
Patterson, Nancy-LouMeditative hearts, heart symbolism in Mennonite folk art of southern OntarioWaterloo Historical Society [annual volume]v. 70 1982 [c. 1983]pp. 32 - 49Kitchener, Ont. Waterloo Historical SocietyYes
Patterson, Nancy-LouMennonite folk art of Waterloo CountyOntario Historyv. 60-61:3 September, 1968pp. 81-104Toronto. Ontario Historical Society.Yes
Patterson, Nancy-LouMennonite traditional artsCanadian Antiques Collectorv. 6:5 May, 1971pp. 77-80Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society.
Patterson, Nancy-LouMennonite traditional arts of the Waterloo region and southern Ontario, a historical view. Catalog of an exhibition at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, June 6-Sept. 1, 19741974Kitchener, Ont.The Kitchener Waterloo Art GalleryYes
Patterson, Nancy-LouSwiss-German and Dutch-German Mennonite traditional art in the Waterloo region, OntarioPaper - Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studiesno. 27 1979OttawaMuseum of Canadian Civilization, National Museums of CanadaYes
Patterson, Nancy-LouThe traditional arts of Mennonite womenArtmagazine (Canada)v. 7:24, December 1975pp. 34-37Toronto, Art Magazine, Inc.Yes
Patterson, Nancy-LouWhere one teaches God's word, image and text in Mennonite folk artMennogesprächv. 8:1 March, 1990pp. 1 - 4, 7 - 8Waterloo, Ont. Mennonite Historical Society of OntarioYes
Patterson, Nancy-LouWreath & bough, decorative arts of Amish-Mennonite settlers in Waterloo County1983Waterloo, OntarioOntario German Folklife Society
Patterson, Nancy-Lou and Michael S. BirdA Germanic flavour, folk art of the Waterloo region and other Germanic settlements of Canada1979KitchenerKitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery
Patterson, Nancy-Lou and Michael S. BirdPrimitive and folk art1976WaterlooUniversity of Waterloo Art Gallery
Paul, Bonnie Lineweaver Bernhart & Company, Shenandoah Valley folk art fraktur (1774-1850)2011Dayton, Va.The Heritage Museum, Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical SocietyYes
Paul, Velma MackayDesigned for heirloomsCountry Gentlemanv. 67:2 February, 1947p. 128Albany, NY. Luther Tucker & SonYes
Paul, Velma MackayGeburts and TaufscheinAmerican Antiques Journalv. 3:1 January, 1948pp. 8-11Mount Vernon, Ohio. Guide Pub. Co.Yes
Pennsylvania Art ProjectFolk art of rural Pennsylvania, selected by the index of American design, Pennsylvania art project, Works projects administration...selected, adapted, and compiled from original sources by Frances Lichten and Austin Davison II[1941?][Philadelphia?]"printed through the courtesy of a private sponsor"
Pennsylvania Dutch designAmerican Fabricsv. 54 Fall, 1961pp. 77-79New York. Doric Pub. Co.Yes
Pennsylvania Dutch designs...collected and printed by John Fisher, Thomas Harris, Gilbert Lugar and Roy Bitzer1946 (reprinted Folk Arts Press, 1946)Millersville, PAMillersville State Teachers College Yes
Pennsylvania Dutch fractur [From the Lancaster Examiner, April 16, 1835...Dr. William M. Fahnestock]The Pennsylvania Dutchmanv. 5:10 January 15, 1954pp. 16, 11Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
Pennsylvania Farm Museum of Landis ValleyPennsylvania German fraktur and color drawings exhibited at the Pennsylvania Farm Museum of Landis Valley, Lancaster, PA, May 19 - June 30, 1969. [Exhibition catalog by Vernon S. Gunnion and Carroll J. Hopf. Introduction by Don Yoder]1969 (reprinted 1989)Lancaster.Landis Valley AssociatesYes (orig. and reprint)
Pennsylvania folk art of Samuel L. Plank by James and Vivien Bonson, Jeannine Boring, Robert and Joan Conrad and William Dancy1994Allensville, PAKishacoquillas Valley Historical SocietyYes
Pennsylvania German art, 1683 - 1850, The Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, catalog of an exhibition shown at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and others, Oct. 15, 1982 through Jan. 1984; authors, Phillip H. Curtis .. [et al.]Chicago visual library text-fiche seriesno. 43 1984ChicagoUniversity of Chicago PressYes
Pennsylvania German arts (The new decorative arts wing at the Philadelphia Museum of Art)Antiquesv. 75:3 March, 1959pp. 264-271New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
Pennsylvania German designs, a portfolio of [20] silk screen prints. The Index of American Design, the National Gallery of Art, research by the Pennsylvania WPA Art Project1943New YorkMetropolitan Museum of ArtYes
Pennsylvania German folk art [filmstip]Filmstrip 52 fr.,35 mm. & cassette (15 min.).1975WashingtonPhoto Lab
The Pennsylvania Germans, a celebration of their arts 1683-1850, an exhibition organized by the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum [October 17, 1982 - January 29, 1984] Beatrice B. Garvan and Charles F. Hummel1982PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Museum of ArtYes
A Pennsylvania illuminated manuscript (1801)The Magazine Antiquesv. 41:2 February, 1942 p. 116, 117Boston. Antiques, IncYes
Pennypacker auction centerEarly American antique auction from the collection of the late James G. Pennypacker, Monday, October 29, 19731973ReadingPennypacker auction centreYes
Pennypacker auction centerFolk art antiques, Monday, June 7, 1976, personally selected by Walter Himmelreich to be sold at Pennypacker auction center...Public auction, Monday June 7, 1976...1976ReadingPennypacker auction centerYes
Pennypacker auction centreAmericana antique auction from the collection of Walter K. Durham, architect. Monday, October 14, 1974v. 18:9 1974ReadingPennypacker auction centreYes
Pennypacker auction centreAn auction of Pennsylvania furniture and decorative arts from the collections of Mr. & Mrs. Paul R. Flack, Holicong, Bucks County, Monday, May 13th, 19851985ReadingPennypacker auction centreYes
Pennypacker auction centreEarly American antiques from the renowned collections of the late Robert H. McCauley of Hagerstown, Maryland to be sold at Pennypacker auction centre....Kenhorst, Reading, Pa....Public auction, Monday, October 6, 1975...v. 19:13 October 6, 1975ReadingPennypacker auction centreYes
Pennypacker auction centreImportant folk art auction...public auction Monday, October 30, 1978...1978ReadingPennypacker auction centreYes
Pennypacker auction centreMr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Rothschild collection. American woodcarvings, Pennsylvania pottery, iron, tin, copper, brass, pewter, furniture, fraktur. [Auction at Elkins Park, PA] April 25-27, 19631963ReadingPennypacker auction centre
Pennypacker auction centreOne day public auction Pennsylvania Dutch folk art. The outstanding collection of Walter Himmelreich, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania... October 4, 1971. Vol. 15, No. 10-A1971ReadingPennypacker auction centreYes
Pennypacker auction centreOne day public auction. Pennsylvania Dutch folk art. The outstanding collection of Walter Himmelreich, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, to be sold at Pennypacker auction centre . . . October 4, 1971. . Vol. 15 No. 10-A1971ReadingPennypacker auction centreYes
Pennypacker auction centrePennsylvania Dutch folk art auction. The outstanding collection of Walter Himmelreich, formerly of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Public auction, Monday, May 21, 19731973ReadingPennypacker auction centreYes
Pennypacker auction centrePublic auction of the Burke collection. Sale 14 (8) May 25, 19701970ReadingPennypacker auction centre
Pennypacker auction centrePublic auction of the public auction of the Mobberly collection. Sale 14 (13) October 12 and13, 19701970ReadingPennypacker auction centre
Pennypacker auction centreRare American folk art, from the private collection of Mr. & Mrs. Paul R. Flack, Holicong, Bucks Co., Pa., to be sold at Pennypacker Auction Centre, 1540 New Holland Road, Kenhorst, Reading, Pa. 19607, free public exhibition, Saturday, April 10, 1976, public auction, Monday, April 12, 19761976ReadingPennypacker auction centreYes
Pennypacker auction centreTwo day Americana sale, from the renowned collection of Richard & Virginia Wood of Baltimore, Md., to be sold at Pennypacker Auction Centre, 1540 New Holland Road, Kenhorst, Reading, Pa. 19607, free public exhibition, Saturday, May 1, 1976, public auction, Monday & Tuesday, May 3 & 4, 19761976ReadingPennypacker auction centreYes
Pennypacker auction centreTwo day public auction of early Pennsylvania antiques. The renowned collection of Walter Himmelreich of Strasburg, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania to be sold at Pennypacker auction centre... Friday & Saturday, May 30 & 31, 1958...1958ReadingPennypacker auction centreYes
Perry, CandaceFinding Susanna HeebnerThe Schwenkfeldianv. 105:1 Winter, 2005pp. 9-12[Pennsburg, Pa., etc.] General Conference of the Schwenkfelder ChurchYes
Perry, MargaretThe flowering of American folk lifeEarly American Lifev. 5:1 February, 1974pp. 50 - 53Richmond, Va. Early American SocietyYes
Perspectives on American folk art, edited by Ian M. G. Quimby and Scott T. Swank1980New YorkPublished for the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Winterthur, Del. [by] W. W. NortonYes
Philadelphia Museum of ArtFraktur, decorated manuscripts [by Francis Lichten]Bulletinv. 54:259 Autumn, 1958pp. 21 - 22Philadelphia, Pa., Philadelphia Museum of ArtYes
Philadelphia Museum of ArtFrancis Portzline [by Francis Lichten]Bulletinv. 54:259 Autumn, 1958p. 23Philadelphia, Pa., Philadelphia Museum of ArtYes
Philadelphia Museum of ArtThe Geistweite fraktur [by Francis Lichten]Bulletinv. 54:259 Autumn, 1958p. 24Philadelphia, Pa., Philadelphia Museum of ArtYes
Philadelphia Museum of ArtHeinrich Otto, his work [by Francis Lichten]Bulletinv. 54:259 Autumn, 1958pp. 12 - 13Philadelphia, Pa., Philadelphia Museum of ArtYes
Philadelphia Museum of ArtPennsylvania Dutch folk arts from the Geesey collection and others. [Forward by Henri Marceau. Introduction by Frances Lichten]1956PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Museum of ArtYes
Philadelphia Museum of ArtThe Pennsylvania German collection [by] Beatrice B. GarvanHandbooks in American artno. 2 1982 [reprint 1999]PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Museum of ArtYes
Pieske, ChristaThe European origins of four Pennsylvania German broadsheet themes, Adam and Eve, the new Jerusalem--the broad and narrow way, the unjust judgment, the stages of lifeDer Reggebogev. 23:1 Winter, 1989pp. 7-32Birdsboro, Pa. Pennsylvania German Society.Yes
Pieske, ChristaFrakturmalen-und-Schonschreiben. The fraktur-art and penmanship of the Dutch German Mennonites while in Europe 1700-1900 by Abrahams, E E [Book Review]Zeitschrift fur Volkskundev. 76:2 1980 pp. 292-293 Berlin. Walter de Gruyter
Pieske, ChristaÜber den PatenbriefBeiträge zur deutschen Volks- und AltertumskundeBd. 2/3 1958pp. 85-121Hamburg, Museum für Hamburgische GeschichteYes
Pieske, ChristaWandschmuck des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts, andenken an Komunion und KonformationRheinisch-westfälische Zeitschrift für VolkskundeBand 22, Heft I-4pp. 181-220Bonn und Münster. Volkskundliche Kommission für Westfalen, 1976Yes
Pook & Pook , IncThe Americana collection of Richard and Rosemarie Machmer, October 24th & 25th, 20082008Downington, PAPook & Pook, Inc.Yes
Pook & Pook , IncThe collection of Lester and Barbara Breininger, Robesonia, Pennsylvania. [Auction of] November 11th and 12th, 2011.2011Downington, PAPook & Pook, Inc.Yes
Pook & Pook , IncThe collection of Richard and Joane Smith, October 30, 20102010Downington, PAPook & Pook, Inc.Yes
Pook & Pook , IncImportant Americana from the personal collection of the late H. William Koch. [Auction] Saturday, June 5, 19991999Downingtown, PA 19335Pook & PookYes
Pook & Pook, Inc.Fraktur and related works on paper, the pioneer collection of Dr. and Mrs. Donald A. Shelley. Auction. Friday, October 8, 20042004Downingtown, PA 19335Pook & Pook, Inc.Yes
Pook & Pook, Inc.Important American folk art from the collection of Mr. & Mrs. Paul R. Flack, Saturday, October 28, 2000 at 10:00 a.m.2000Downingtown, PA 19335Pook & Pook, Inc.Yes
Porter, Daniel R.Folk art as manuscripts, the works of Lewis MillerManuscriptsv. 13 Fall, 1961pp. 13-19New York. Manuscript Society
Pulinka, Steven M.Pennsylvania German Fraktur motifs, a study in material culture. [Thesis (M. Am. St.)--Pennsylvania State University, Capitol Campus, 1981]1981HarrisburgPennsylvania State University, Capitol Campus
Rawson, Marion NicollCandleday art1938New YorkE. P. DuttonYes
Rebuck, Deborah M. and Candace Kintzer PerryFraktur treasures from the Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage CenterFolk art, Magazine of the Museum of American Folk Artv. 28:1 Spring, 2003pp. 30-37New York. American Folk Art MuseumYes
Rebuk, Deborah M. and David W. LuzFraktur treasures from the Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center collection, [exhibition] May 22 - September 30, 20012001Pennsburg, PASchwenkfelder Library and Heritage CenterYes
A record for time : an exhibition of decorated family and individual records, memorials, tokens of friendship and embroidered memorials and samplers produced in Nova Scotia prior to 1900 / Deborah A. Youngc1985Halifax, N.S. Art Gallery of Nova Scotia,
Redler, ValerieJacob Maentel, portrait of a proud pastThe Clarion, America's Folk Art Magazine[n. vol. ] Fall, 1983pp. 48-55New York. Museum of American Folk Art.Yes
Reed, Henry M. and Don YoderDecorated furniture of the Mahantongo Valley by Harry M. Reed with an essay by Don Yoder and a forward by Monroe H. Fabian1987Lewisburg, PACenter Gallery, Bucknell University
Reeder, JoshA Fraktur scrivener rediscoveredAntique ReviewJanuary, 1996p. 38Worthington, Ohio. Ohio Antique Review, Inc.
Reeder, JoshHenry Eisenhuth, Victorian frakturistAntique ReviewJanuary, 1997pp. 12-13Worthington, Ohio. Ohio Antique Review, Inc.
Reeder, JoshWilliam Henning, Fraktur scrivenerAntique ReviewJune, 1996pp. 16-17Worthington, Ohio. Ohio Antique Review, Inc.
Reichman, FelixOn American folk art [review of Carl W. Drepperd, American Pioneer Arts and Artists]American-German Reviewv. 10:6 August, 1943pp. 34-36Philadelphia, Pa. Carl Schurz Memorial FoundationYes
Reichmann, Felix and Eugene E. DollEphrata as seen by contemporariesPennsylvania German Folklore Society [Yearbook]v. 17 1954 (c. 1953)AllentownPennsylvania German Folklore SocietyYes
Reif, RitaThe case of the mysterious greeting cardsThe New York TimesFebruary 5, 1995p. 38 (Section 2)New-York. New York Times
Reif, RitaEmblems of the joy so long denied themThe New York TimesSunday, May 20, 2001, Art/Architecture section, Issue 51759, Section 2 p39, 0p, 2bwp. 39New York.Yes
Reif, RitaMastery, and mystery, in old folk art.New York TimesV. 144 Issue 50173, Section 2 September 3, 1995p33, 2bwNew York Times
A Renfrew Sampler, Objects from the Collection [by] Lisa Bender1984WaynesboroRenfrew Museum & Park
Renninger, JohannesBirth and baptismal certificateAmerican-German Reviewv. 5:2 December, 1938p. 2Philadelphia, Pa. Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation
Rettich, JudiPennsylvania Dutch designs for hand coloring, create your own decorative awards, certificates and notepaper1983New YorkDoverYes
Rezba, Theodora, editorValley pioneer artists and those who continue: the decorative and fine arts of the lower Shenandoah valley, 1760-1986. Catalog of an exhibition held May 17 through May 30, 1986, John Kerr Building, Gallagher Community Arts Center1986Winchester, VAShenandoah College & Conservatory of Music Yes
Rhodes, Lynette I.American folk art, from the traditional to the naive1978Cleveland, OHCleveland Museum of Art, distributed by Indiana University Press,Yes
Riccardi, Saro J.Pennsylvania Dutch folk art and architecture, a selected annotated bibliographyBulletin of the New York Public Libraryv. 46:6 June, 1942pp. 471-483New York. New York Public Library.Yes
Rich, HarryPA. Dutch fraktur, the art of record-keepingThe Morning CallApr 3, 1991pg. B.04 in BethlehemAllentown, Pa., Morning Call
Richman, IrwinPennsylvania German images [book review]Pennsylvania Historyv. 7:2 2003205-209University Park, Pa., etc., Pennsylvania Historical Association
Richman, IrwinPennsylvania's decorative arts in the age of handcraft by Irwin Richman ; photography by Mark H. DorfmanPennsylvania history studies, no. 131978University Park, Pa.Pennsylvania Historical AssociationYes
Richman, Irwin and Mark DorfmanPennsylvania's decorative arts in the age of handcraftPennsylvania HIstory Studies No. 13 1978GettysburgPennsylvania Historical AssociationYes
Riff, Adolphe ed.Art populaire d'Alsace, recueil d'etudes, publie sous la direction de Adolphe Riff1963Strasbourg, ParisLibrarie IstraYes
Rinker, Harry L.The fraktur marketMaine Antique DigestJuly 1981Waldoboro, Me. Maine Antique Digest
Rinker, Harry L.Fraktur scriveners: a preliminary report. [Exhibit catalog] IN The Old Lancaster Antiques Show, Friday, November 18th through Sunday, November 21st, 19821982p. 57Lancaster. Iris ClubYes
Rinker, Harry L.Fraktur, a little known artTreasure ChestApril, 1991p. 7
Ritz, Joseph Maria, 1892-Alte bemalte Bauernmobel [von] Josepf M. Ritz. Neu bearb. von Gislind Ritz.[3. erweiterte Aufl.][1962]Munchen, G. D. W. Callwey Yes
Robacker, Earl F.Books not for burningPennsylvania Folklifev. 9:1 Winter, 1957-58pp. 44-52Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
Robacker, Earl F.Cutting-up for fancyPennsylvania Folklifev. 10:2 Fall, 1959pp. 2-10Collegeville, PA. Pennslvania Folklife SocietyYes
Robacker, Earl F.The fraktur of Monroe CountyPennsylvania Folklifev. 21:1 Autumn, 1971pp. 1-15Collegeville, PA. Pennslvania Folklife SocietyYes
Robacker, Earl F.Johann Adam Eyer, "lost" fraktur writer of Hamilton SquarePennsylvania Folklifev. 34:3 Spring, 1985pp. 98-113Collegeville, PA. Pennslvania Folklife SocietyYes
Robacker, Earl F.Major and minor fracturThe Dutchmanv. 7:3 Winter, 1956pp. 2-7Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
Robacker, Earl F.Papers for fancyAntiquesv. 72:6 December, 1957p. 543-545New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
Robacker, Earl F.Pennsylvania Dutch stuff, a guide to country antiques1944PhiladelphiaUniversity of Pennsylvania PressYes
Robacker, Earl F.The rise of interest in folk artPennsylvania Folklifev. 10:1 Spring, 1959pp. 20-29Collegeville, PA. Pennslvania Folklife SocietyYes
Robacker, Earl F.Rise of interest in Dutch antiquesThe Pennsylvania Dutchmanv. 8:1 summer, 1956pp. 18-22Bethel. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
Robacker, Earl F.Touch of the Dutchland1965New YorkA.S. BarnesYes
Robacker, Earl F. and Ada F. RobackerAncient of days -- plus tax!Pennsylvania Folklifev. 16:4 Summer, 1967pp. 2-9Lancaster. Pennsylvania Folklife SocietyYes
Robacker, Earl F. and Ada F. RobackerAntique or folk art, which?Pennsylvania Folklifev. 12:3 Fall, 1961pp. 8-11Collegeville, PA. Pennslvania Folklife SocietyYes
Robacker, Earl F. and Ada F. RobackerThe far-from-lonely heartPennsylvania Folklifev. 17:2 Winter, 1967/1968pp. 2-11Lancaster, PA. Pennslvania Folklife SocietyYes
Robacker, Earl F. and Ada F. RobackerFloral motifs in Dutchland's artPennsylvania Folklifev. 17:4 Summer, 1968pp. 2-7Collegeville, PA. Pennsylvania Folklife SocietyYes
Robacker, Earl F. and Ada F. RobackerFraktur, an enduring art formPennsylvania Folklifev. 26 (Folk Festival Supplement) 1977pp. 48-55Collegeville, PA. Pennslvania Folklife SocietyYes
Rochelle, CraigFunds for frakturThe Morning CallMay 25, 1995pg. N.01 in NEIGHBORSAllentown, Pa., Morning Call
Roland-Mateya, PatriciaFraktur, exhibit celebrates Pennsylvania German artThe Sunday Patriot - NewsMay 4, 1997pg. E.1 in ARTS/LEISUREHarrisburg, Pa. Patriot News Company
Rosenan, NaftaliDas jüdische Jahr, dargestellt am Ausstellungsgut des Jüdischen Museums der Schweiz in Basel1976ZürichFreunden des Schweizer Kinderdorfs Kirjath JearimYes
Rosenberry, Edward L.Gustav S. Peters as printer and publisher with a special focus upon his broadside & print work (presentation outline & notes)[2005]n.p.typescriptYes
Rubi, ChristianHochzeit im BernerlandSchwiezer Volkskunst und Volkskultur1971WabernBüchler-VerlagYes
Rubi, ChristianJakob Hutzli, das gülden ABC, hrg. [und verfasst]Alte Berner Schreibkunst1975BernBenteli VerlagYes
Rubi, ChristianLiebstes Herz, Ich bitte Dich! Liebeszeichen und Verlobungsbräuche im Bernerland1968Wabern, SwitzerlandBüchler VerlagYes
Rubi, ChristianTaufe und Taufzettel im Bernerland1968WabernBüchler VerlagYes
Rubin, Cynthia ElyceSwiss folk art, celebrating America's rootsThe Clarion, America's Folk Art Magazinev. 16:3 Fall, 1991pp. 36-44New York. Museum of American Folk ArtYes
Ruch, Shelby Miller'Fractured writing' a change of pace for ex-officerPittsburgh Post - GazetteFeb 3, 1999pg. E.5Pittsburgh, Pa., Post Gazette Publishing Company
Rumford, Beatrix T.Folk art in America, a living traditionThe Magazine Antiquesv. 107:2 February, 1975pp. 333-335New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
Rumford, Beatrix T.Williamsburg's folk art center, an illustrated summary of its growthThe Clarion, America's Folk Art Magazineno. 8 winter ,1978pp. 57-66New York. Museum of American Folk ArtYes
Ruth, John and Clarence Isaac KulpFour letters of Andreas KolbMennonite Quarterly Reviewv. 61:2 April, 1987pp. 193-201Goshen. Mennonite Historical SocietyYes
Ruth, John L.Glimpses of Mennonite spirituality in early PennsylvaniaMHEP Quarterly. Mennonite Historians of Eastern Pennsylvaniav. 12:1 Spring, 2009pp. 8-17Harleysville, PA. Mennonite Historians of Eastern PennsylvaniaYes
Ruth, John L.John Derstine Souder, local historian and folk artist (1863-1942). Part I MHEP Quarterlyv. 4:3 Fall, 2001pp. 2-5, 11Harleysville, PA. Mennonite Historians of Eastern PennsylvaniaYes
Ruth, John L.John Derstine Souder, local historian and folk artist (1863-1942). Part IIMHEP Quarterlyv. 4:4 Winter, 2001pp. 2-7, 11Harleysville, PA. Mennonite Historians of Eastern PennsylvaniaYes
Ruth, John L.Skippack to Tohickon and beyond, the extended community of Bucks County Mennonite fraktur artists IN Bucks County fraktur, edited by Cory M. Amsler, contributors Joel D. Alderfer...[et. al.]The Pennsylvania German Society [Publications]v. 33 1999 [c. 2001]pp. 97-114Doylestown, PA. Bucks Co. Historical Society and the Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
Ruth, John L. and Joel D. AlderferDavid Kulp, his hand & pen, the Brown Leaf artist identified?MHEP newsletterv. 22:1 January, 1995pp. 4-9Harleysville, PA. Mennonite Historians of Eastern PennsylvaniaYes
Sabine, Ellen SA treasury of American folk patterns1982 [copyright 1956]New YorkVan Nostrand ReinholdYes
Sabine, Ellen S.American folk art1958 (reprint Bonanza Books, 1958)Princeton, N.J.D. Van NostrandYes
Sachse, Julius FriedrichThe German sectarians of Pennsylvania, 1708-1842; a critical and lendary history of the Ephrata Cloister and the Dunkers. v. 1 and 2, 1899 and 1900 (reprint 1909, reprint AMS, 1971)Philadelphiaprinted for the authorYes
Sachse, Julius Friedrich and Conrad BeisselThe music of Ephrata cloister, also Conrad Beissel's treatise on music as set forth in a preface to the "Turtel Taube" of 1747 amplified with fac-simile reproductions of parts of the text and some original Ephrata music of the Weyrauchs Hugel, 1739, Rosen and Lillien, 1745, Turtel Taube, 1747, Choral Buch, 1754, etc.Proceedings of the Pennsylvania German Societyv. 7 1903 (reprint AMS, 1971)pp. 1 - 108Lancaster. J. F. SachseYes
A Sampler of American folk art from Pennsylvania collections [exhibit] 16 April-July 16, 1989. Paul A. Chew, editor and curator, Robin E. Crum ... [et al.], research assistants.1989Greensburg, PAWestmoreland County Museum of ArtYes
Samuel T. Freeman and Co.Americana, April 24th at noon, sale 1195...2004PhiladelphiaSamuel T. Freeman and Co.Yes
Samuel T. Freeman and Co.Clarence W. Brazer collection [auction, April 19, 1926]. Old iron and brass, hardware, lighting fixtures, pewter, glass, pottery, coverlets, furniture1926ChesterSamuel T. Freeman
Samuel T. Freeman and Co.Executors' sale, estate of Samuel W. Pennypacker, deceased. Rare books & manuscripts, autographs also two paintings by Benjamin West, and other historical portraits. The collection of the late Hon. Samuel W. Pennypacker. Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 26 and 27, at 2 p.m. each day, in our art galleries, nos. 1519-1521 Chestnut Street.1920PhiladelphiaSamuel T. Freeman auctioneers
Sauer, Dr. WalterAnswering the Earnest's Question: American or European? Answer: American!Der Reggebogev. 42:1 2007pp. 56-58Kutztown. Pennsylvania German Society.Yes
Schaffner, Cynthia V.A. and Madeline H GuyonDiscovering American folk art1991New YorkH.N. Abrams, Inc. in association with the Museum of American Folk ArtYes
Schaffner, Cynthia V.A. and Susan KleinFolk hearts, a celebration of the heart motif in American folk art1984New YorkAlfred A. KnopfYes
Schaffner, Cynthia V.A. and Susan KleinHeart artAmericanav. 12:6 January/February, 1985pp. 100-101New York. Americana MagazineYes
Schanzenbacher, Gunter3 mysterious family Bibles and their registersDer Kurier, Quarterly Newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Germanic Societyv. 26:3 September, 2008pp. 53-56[Silver Spring, Md.], Mid-Atlantic Germanic SocietyYes
Scharfe, MartinEvangelische Andachtsbilder, Studien zu Intention und Funktion des Bildes in der Frömmigkeitsgeschichte vornehmlich des schwäbischen RaumesVeröffentlichungen des Staatlichen Amtes für Denkmalpflege Stuttgart. Reihe C: VolkskundeBd. 5 1968StuttgartVerlag Müller u. GräffYes
Schiffer, MargaretArts and crafts of Chester County, Pennsylvania1980Exton, PASchiffer PublishingYes
Schorsch, Anita and Martin GreifThe morning stars sang, the Bible in popular and folk art1978New YorkUniverse BooksYes
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Shelley, Donald A.Exhibition of Pennsylvania German fraktur-schriften during January. Harry Shaw Newman Gallery.January, [1945]New YorkHarry Shaw Newman Gallery
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Shelley, Donald A.Henry Ford and the museums, the paintingsAntiquesFebruary, 1958v. 73:2, pp. 148-192New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
Shelley, Donald A.Illuminated birth certificates, regional examples of an early American folk artNew York History, Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Associationv. 29:2 April, 1945pp. 92-105New York, New York State Historical AssociationYes
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Sherrill, Sarah B.Henry Young, Pennsylvania fraktur artist [Abby Aldrich Rockefeller folk art center, Colonial Williamsburg; exhibit]The Magazine Antiquesv. 112 October, 1977pp. 600,606New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
Shoemaker, Alfred LPhilip GomberThe Pennsylvania Dutchmanv. 3:17 February 1, 1952p. 3Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
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Shoemaker, Alfred L.Check list of Pennsylvania Dutch printed taufscheins1952LancasterPennsylvania Dutch Folklore Center, Franklin & Marshall CollegeYes
Shoemaker, Alfred L.Early views of Reading [notes on Charles F. Egelman]Historical Review of Berks Countyv. 13:4 July, 1948p. 99Reading, Pa. Historical Society of Berks. Co.Yes
Shoemaker, Alfred L.Fraktur artistThe Pennsylvania Dutchmanv. 5:11 February, 1954p. 12Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
Shoemaker, Alfred L.Good fer nichtsThe Pennsylvania Dutchmanv. 1:25 April, 1950p. 4Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
Shoemaker, Alfred L.A great folk artistThe Pennsylvania Dutchmanv. 1:1 May 5, 1949p. 3Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
Shoemaker, Alfred L.Henry Dulheuer, the old travelerThe Pennsylvania Dutchmanv. 3:17 February 1, 1952pp. 1, 3Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
Shoemaker, Alfred L.Johann Valentine Schuller, fractur artist and authorThe Pennsylvania Dutchmanv. 3:10 October 15, 1951p. 1Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
Shoemaker, Alfred L.More taufschein scrivenersThe Pennsylvania Dutchmanv. 3:22 April 15, 1952p. 7Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
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Shoemaker, Alfred L.Reading's first artist, a painter of butterfliesHistorical Review of Berks Countyv. 13:3 April, 1948pp. 89-90Reading, Pa. Historical Society of Berks. Co.Yes
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Shoemaker, Alfred L. Hex signs, their origins, history, usage and significance1964 [new ed. 1966, 1971, 1976]Lancaster, Pa.Photo Arts PressYes
Shop talk, Pennsylvania German artsThe Magazine Antiquesv. 49:6 June, 1946pp. 344, 346, 348Boston. Antiques, Inc.Yes
Sipley, Louis WaltonFraktur-schriften. Illuminated manuscripts of the Pennsylvania GermansPennsylvania Arts and Sciencesv. 3:2 July 2, 1938pp. 72-78, 116[Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Arts and Sciences SocietyYes
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Smith, Elmer LewisHex signs and other barn decorations. Text by Elmer L. Smith, photographs by Mel Horst.1965Witmer, Pa.Applied Arts PublishersYes
Smith, Elmer Lewis and John G. StewartPeter Bernhart, Fraktur artist IN IN 'S Pennsylfawnisch Deitsch Eck [column]The [Allentown] Morning CallMay 7, 1966Allentown, Pa. Allentown Call Pub. Co., 101 N. 6th St., Allentown, PA 18101na
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Smith, RobertaFraktur treasures from the Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center, American Folk Art Museum....Through May 11The New York TimesFriday, April 25, 2003p. B37The New York TimesYes
Smithsonian Institution. Traveling Exhibition ServiceAmerican primitive watercolors, traveling exhibition organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service in cooperation with the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection, October 31, 1964 - October 10, 1965 [exhibition catalog]Smithsonian publicationno. 4591 1965Washington, D.C.Smithsonian InstitutionYes
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Solis-Cohen, LitaThe Farm Sale of All Time: The Koch Sale IN The Americana chronicles, 30 years of stories, sales, personalities, and scandals, Maine antique digest.Maine antique digest2004pp. 346-353Philadelphia, Running PressYes
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Sotheby Parke BernetAmerican folk art collection of Howard and Catherine Feldman. Auction, Thursday, June 23, 1988...5744 "Feldman"1988New YorkSotheby Parke BernetYes
Sotheby Parke BernetAmerican folk paintings & watercolors, property of various owners including Mr. William E. Wiltshire III, Richmond, Virginia, Mr. John B. Schorsch and Mrs. Marjorie H. Schorsch... Public auction, Thursday, April 30, 1981... Sale number 4593M1981New YorkSotheby Parke Bernet, Inc.Yes
Sotheby Parke BernetAmericana from the collection of M. Austin and Jill R. Fine, auction, January 30, 1987 ... : exhibition, January 24-29 ... Sale 55521987New YorkSotheby Parke BernetYes
Sotheby Parke BernetThe Howard and Jean Lipman collection of important American folk art and painted furniture. The property of the Museum of American Folk Art, New York, exhibition, Nov. 8-13, 1981 ... public auction, Nov. 14, 1981. Sale number 4730Y.1981New YorkSotheby Parke BernetYes
Sotheby Parke BernetImportant Americana including furniture, folk art, quilts, paintings, prints, silver and Chinese export porcelain, property of various owners, including descendents of John Adams...Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sussel...auction, Wednesday January 30, 1991...Saturday, February 2, 1991...6132 "Willing"1991New YorkSotheby Parke BernetYes
Sotheby Parke BernetProperty from the collection of the late Helen Janssen Wetzel, including important American and English furniture and related decorative arts, volume two, auction to be held at Tulpehocken Farm, Spring Township, Pennsylvania (near Reading) ... Tuesday, September 30 through Saturday, October 4, 1980. Vol. 2: Important American furniture and related decorative arts...1980New YorkSotheby Parke BernetYes
Sotheby Parke-BernetThe Fred Wichman Collection of Pennsylvania-German Fraktur and related decorative arts. Auction. June 9, 1983 at 2 pm. Sale number 50791983New YorkSotheby Parke-BernetYes
Sotheby Parke-BernetImportant Americana, furniture, folk art and decorations. Sale 7350. Auction, Friday, October 15, 19991999New YorkSotheby'sYes
Sotheby Parke-BernetImportant Frakturs, embroidered pictures, theorem paintings and cutwork pictures and other American folk art from the collection of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch.Part III... Public auction, Tuesday, November 12, 1974...Sotheby Parke-Bernet, Inc...New York. Sale number 36921974New YorkSotheby Parke-BernetYes
Sotheby Parke-BernetImportant frakturs, embroidered pictures, theorem paintings and cutwork pictures from the collection of Edgar William Garbisch and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch. Public auction...at the New York galleries of Sotheby Parke-Bernet, Inc. Sale number 3595, Part 1. January 23-24, 19741974New YorkSotheby Parke-BernetYes
Sotheby Parke-BernetImportant Frakturs, embroidered pictures, theorem paintings and other American folk art from the collection of Edgar William Garbisch and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch. Part II... May 8, 1974...May 9, 1974...[Auction] at the New York galleries of Sotheby Parke-Bernet, Inc...Sale number 36371974New YorkSotheby Parke-BernetYes
Sotheby Parke-BernetPennsylvania-German folk art, decorative arts and furniture from the collection of Richard S. and Rosemarie B. Machmer. Auction, Saturday, May 24, 1997 at 10 am. To be viewed and sold at Beltznerr Hall, the Kutztown Fairgrounds, Kutztown, Pennsylvania. Sale number 69951997New YorkSotheby Parke-BernetYes
Sotheby'sAmerican folk art from the collection of Peter Tillou, Litchfield, Connecticut. Auction, Saturday, October 26, 1985 at 10:15 am1985New YorkSotheby'sYes
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Stoudt, John JosephFrom Pattenbrief to TaufscheinHistorical Review of Berks Countyv. 30:3 Summer, 1965pp. 80-81Reading, Pa. Historical Society of Berks. Co.Yes
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A sure, simple touch distinguishes these examples of Pennsylvania Dutch folk artHouse & gardenv. 79:6 June, 1941p. 29New York, Condé Nast PublicationsYes
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Weiser, Frederick SChristian Mertel, the CM artistDer Reggebogev. 21:2 1987pp. 75-85Birdsboro. The Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
Weiser, Frederick SThe concept of baptism among colonial Pennsylvania German Lutheran and Reformed church people IN The Lutheran Historical Conference, containing the essays and reports of the fifth biennial meeting held at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on 15 - 17 October, 1970Essays and Reports - Lutheran Historical Conference [ISSN 0090-3817]v. 4 1970 [printed 1972]pp. 1-45St. Louis. Lutheran Historical ConferenceYes
Weiser, Frederick SDaniel Schumacher's baptismal register IN [Bible. N.T. Gospels. Pennsylvania German dialect. Wood. 1968.] The four gospels, translated into the Pennsylvania German dialect by Ralph Charles Wood. Daniel Schumacher's Baptismal register, translated with an introd. by Frederick S. WeiserPublications of the Pennsylvania German Societyv. I 1968 pp. 185-407Allentown. Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
Weiser, Frederick SFraktur IN Swank, Scott T. Arts of the Pennsylvania Germans1983pp. 230-64Published for the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum by NortonYes
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Weiser, Frederick SThe gift is small, the love is great. Pennsylvania German small presentation Frakturs1994York, PAYork Graphic ServicesYes
Weiser, Frederick SHis deed followed him, the fraktur of John Conrad GilbertDer Reggebogev. 16:2 September, 1982pp. 33-45Birdsboro, Pa. Pennsylvania German Society.Yes
Weiser, Frederick SIAE SD, the story of Johann Adam Eyer (1755-1837), schoolmaster and fraktur artist with a translation of his roster book, 1779-1787 IN Something for everyone-something for you, Ebbes fer Alle-Ebber Ebbes fer Dich, essays in memoriam Albert Franklin Buffington / by Albert F. Buffington ... [et al.].Pennsylvania-German Society, Publicationsv. 14 1980pp. 435-506Breinigsville, Pa. Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
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Weiser, Frederick SPiety and protocol in folk art, Pennsylvan German Fraktur birth and baptismal certificatesWinterthur Portfoliov. 8 1973pp. 19-44University Press of Virginia for Winterthur MuseumYes
Weiser, Frederick SSamuel Bentz, the "Mount Pleasant Artist"Der Reggebogev. 20:2 1986pp. 33-42Birdsboro, Pa. Pennsylvania German Society.Yes
Weiser, Frederick STiny tokens, small presentation FraktursThe Magazine Antiquesv. 147:2 February, 1995pp. 280-89New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
Weiser, Frederick S and Bryding Adams HenleyDaniel Otto, the flat tulip artistThe Magazine Antiquesv. 130:3 September, 1986pp. 504-509New York. Straight Enterprises.Yes
Weiser, Frederick S.Ach wie ist die Welt so toll? The mad, lovable world of Friederick KrebsDer Reggebogev. 22:2 1988pp. 49-87Birdsboro. Pennsylvania German Society.Yes
Weiser, Frederick S.Baptismal certificate and gravemaker; Pennsylvania German folk art at the beginning and the end of life IN Perspectives on American Folk Art. Ed. by Ian M.G. Quimby and Scott T. Swank1980pp. 134-161W.W. Norton for The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur MuseumYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Christian Alsdorff IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 14New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Christian Mertel IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 314New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Christian Strenge IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 503-504New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Cross-legged angel artist IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 109New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Daniel Otto IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 350New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Daniel Peterman IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 382New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Daniel Schumacher IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 462New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Ehre Vater artist IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 152New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Fraktur IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 173New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Francis Charles Portzline IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 398New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S."From the cradle to the grave, something about Pennsylvania German personal documents and folk art" IN Pfälzer-Palatines, Beiträge zur pfälzischen Ein- und Auswanderung sowie zur Volkskunde und Mundartforschung der Pfalz und der Zielländer pfälzischer Auswanderer im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert, im Auftrag des Bezirksverbands Pfalz herausgegeben von Karl SchererBeiträge zur Bevölkerungsgeschichte der PfalzBd. 2 1981pp. 375-389Kaiserslautern, Selbstverlag der Heimatstelle PfalzYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Georg Heinrich Engellhard IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 154New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.George Peter Deisert IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 126New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Johann Adam Eyer IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004pp. 159-160New York. RoutledgeYes
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Weiser, Frederick S.Johann Henrich Otto IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 351New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Johannes Ernestus Spangenberg IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 495New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Martin Brechall IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 67New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.North Carolina frakturDer Reggebogev. 6:2-3 Summer, 1972pp. 3 - 5Birdsboro, Pa. Pennsylvania German Society.Yes
Weiser, Frederick S.Ontario fraktur, a Pennsylvania-German folk tradition in early Canada by M S Bird [book review]The Magazine Antiquesv. 114:1 July, 1978p. 118New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
Weiser, Frederick S.The place of fraktur among the Mennonites, an introduction to the fraktur collection of the Lancaster Mennonite Historical SocietyPennsylvania Mennonite Heritagev. 4:1 January, 1981pp. 2-9Lancaster, Pa. Lancaster Mennonite Conference Historical SocietyYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Samuel Bentz IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 52New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Samuel Gottschall IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 208New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.Sussel-Washington artist IN Encyclopedia of American folk art, Gerard C. Wertkin, editor, Lee Kogan, associate editor, in association with the American Folk Art Museum2004p. 506New York. RoutledgeYes
Weiser, Frederick S.The work of Daniel Schumacher, an exhibit, October 15 - November 30, 19701970Gettysburg, PAAbdel Ross Wentz Library, Lutheran Theological LibraryYes - gift of Weiser
Weiser, Frederick S.,A Weiser family album1971Manheim, PAJohn Conrad Weiser Family Association
Wenger, Carolyn C.Heritage Focus: A Vorschrift by Jacob BotzPennsylvania Mennonite Heritagev 25:3 July, 2002pp. 29-30Lancaster, Pa. Lancaster Mennonite Conference Historical SocietyYes
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Westmoreland County Museum of ArtTwo hundred and fifty years of art in Pennsylvania, compiled and edited by Paul A. Chew1959Greensburg, PAWestmoreland County Museum of ArtYes
Weygandt, CorneliusThe Dutch country, folks and treasures in the red hills of Pennsylvania1939New YorkD. Appleton-Century Co.Yes
Weygandt, CorneliusHearts and flowers from PennsylvaniaAntiquesv. 65:2 February, 1954pp. 146-147New York. Straight EnterprisesYes
Weygandt, CorneliusOur Pennsylvania DutchTravelv. 75 October, 1940pp. 25-29, 38-39Floral Park, N.Y. Travel MagazineYes
Weygandt, CorneliusThe plenty of Pennsylvania, samples of seven cultures persisting from colonial days1942New YorkH. C. Kinsey and Co.Yes
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Whelan, FrankQuakertown man bringing fraktur art into the 21st centuryThe Morning CallMarch 28, 2004pg. E.1 in Arts and IdeasAllentown, Pa, Morning Call
Whelan, FrankStyle and substance, fraktur expresses facts and feelings in artistic recordsThe Morning CallJanuary 21, 1999pg. D.01 in A.M. MAGAZINEAllentown, Pa., Morning Call
Where liberty dwells, nineteenth-century art by the American people, works from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tillou. Catalogue by Peter H. Tillou [Exhibition, Jan. 17-Feb. 22, 1976, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York...]1976Buffalo, N.Y.Albright-Knox Art GalleryYes
Whitmore, Eleanore M.Origins of Pennsylvania folk artThe Magazine Antiquesv. 38:3 September, 1940pp. 106-110Boston. Antiques, Inc.Yes
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Winchester, AliceAntiquesAntiquesv. 71:6 June, 1957p. 535 and coverNew York. Straight EnterprisesYes
Winchester, AliceThe editor's atticThe Magazine Antiquesv. 62:1 July, 1952p. 58Boston. Antiques, Inc.Yes
Winchester, AliceThe editor's attic, some Pennsylvania drawingsThe Magazine Antiquesv. 44:4 October, 1943p. 181Boston. Antiques, Inc.Yes
Winchester, AliceThe flowering of American folk art, 1776 - 1876The Art Galleryv. 17 February, 1974n. pp.Ivoryton, Conn. Hollycroft Press
With paper, pen and scissors, the Pennsylvania GermansCountry HomeJanuary/February, 1984pp. 74-75Des Moines, Iowa. Special Interest PublicationsYes
Witmer, Margaret AHenry and Elizabeth Lapp, Amish folk artistsAntique Collectingv. 2:12 May, 1979pp. 22-27Ephrata, Pa. American Antique CollectorYes
Wood, T. KennethMedieval art among the Pennsylvania GermansAntiquesv. 7:5 May, 1925pp. 263-266Boston. F. E. AtwoodYes
Woods, JeanThe Germanic heritage, an exhibition of the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, October 2-November 23, 1983, Jean Woods1983Hagerstown, MDWashington County Museum of Fine ArtsYes
Woodward, Richard B.American folk painting, selections from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Wiltshire III, an exhibition on display at the Virginia Museum, Richmond, November 29, 1977- January 8, 1978, organized by the Virginia Museum and circulated by the American Federation of Arts, catalog compiled by Richard B. Woodward1977Richmond, VAVirginia Museum of Fine ArtsYes
Württembergisches Landesmuseum.Volkskultur in Württemberg, ein Querschnitt durch die volkskundliche Sammlung des Württembergischen Landesmuseums Stuttgart. Begleitheft zur Ausstellung [Gestaltung, Hans-Ulrich Roller]1974StuttgartWürttembergisches Landesmuseum StuttgartYes
Wust, Klaus G.American fraktur, graphic folk art 1745-1855, exhibition organized by the Pratt Graphics Center Gallery, selected by Klaus Wust, [Nov. 19, 1976- Jan. 8, 1977]1977New YorkPratt Graphics Center GalleryYes, gift of Weiser, ordered
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Yoder, DonAngels and parakeets, fraktur in Chester County In The Art of Celebration [exhibit catalog], Twentieth Annual Antiques Show, 2002, Chester County Historical Society [March 8-10, 2002]2002pp. 22-26West Chester, Chester County Historical SocietyYes
Yoder, DonBaptism and confirmation, folk-cultural questionnaire number 7Pennsylvania Folklifev. 17:3 Spring, 1968p. 49Collegeville, PA. Pennslvania Folklife SocietyYes
Yoder, DonChristmas Fraktur, Christmas broadsidesPennsylvania Folklifev. 14:2 December, 1964pp. 2-9Collegeville, PA. Pennslvania Folklife SocietyYes
Yoder, DonThe country printer & the taufschein IN The second Lancaster Heritage Antique Show 19731973pp. 4-13Lancaster, PA. Lancaster Heritage Antique Show
Yoder, DonDiscovering American folklife, essays on folk culture and the Pennsylvania Dutch by Don Yoder with a foreword by Henry Glassie1990 (reprint 2001)Mechanicsburg, PAStackpole BooksYes
Yoder, DonThe European background of Pennsylvania's fraktur art IN Bucks County fraktur, edited by Cory M. Amsler, contributors, Joel D. Alderfer...[et. al.]The Pennsylvania German Society [Publications]v. 33 1999 [c. 2001]pp. 15-41Bucks Co. Historical Society and the Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
Yoder, DonThe folklife studies movementPennsylvania Folklifev. 13:3 July, 1963pp. 43-56Collegeville, PA. Pennslvania Folklife SocietyYes
Yoder, DonFraktur in Mennonite cultureMennonite Quarterly Reviewv. 48:3 July, 1974pp. 305-342Goshen. Mennonite Historical Society.Yes
Yoder, DonA fraktur primerFolklife annual 88-89, a publication of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, edited by Alan Jabbour and James N. Hardin1989pp. 100-111American Folklife Center, Library of Congress,Yes
Yoder, DonThe fraktur texts and Pennsylvania German spirituality IN Bucks County fraktur, edited by Cory M. Amsler, contributors, Joel D. Alderfer...[et. al.]The Pennsylvania German Society [Publications]v. 33 1999 [c. 2001]pp. 43-61Bucks Co. Historical Society and the Pennsylvania German SocietyYes
Yoder, DonFraktur, American Folklife Center lecture and demonstration on the Pennsylvania German folk art and illuminating manuscripts, December 11, 1986 [sound recording and typescript]1988Yes (copy of typescript)
Yoder, DonFraktur, an introduction IN Discovering American folklife, essays on folk culture and the Pennsylvania Dutch by Don Yoder with a foreword by Henry Glassie1990 (reprint 2001)pp. 271-281Mechanicsburg, PA. Stackpole BooksYes
Yoder, DonThe Palatine connection, the Pennsylvania German culture and its European roots IN Germans in America, retrospect and prospect, tricentennial lectures delivered at the German Society of Pennsylvania in 1983. Edited by Randall M. Miller1984pp. 92-109Philadelphia. German Society of PennsylvaniaYes
Yoder, DonThe Pennsylvania German broadside, a history and guide2005University ParkPennsylvania State University PressYes
Yoder, DonThe Pennsylvania German connectionF & M Todayv. 12:4 November, 1983pp. 8-12Lancaster, PA , The College
Yoder, DonThe Pennsylvania Germans, a preliminary reading listPennsylvania Folklifev. 21:1 Winter, 1971-1972pp. 2-17Collegeville, PA, Pennslvania Folklife SocietyYes
Yoder, Don and Thomas E. GravesHex signs, Pennsylvania Dutch barn symbols and their meaning1989, revised edition, 2000New YorkE. P. Dutton for the Museum of American Folk ArtYes
Zehner, Olive GHarry S. High folk art collectionThe Dutchmanv. 6:1 June, 1954pp. 16-19Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
Zehner, Olive GThe Trump collectionThe Dutchmanv. 6:3 Winter, 1954-1955pp. 10-13Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
Zehner, Olive G.Ohio fracturThe Dutchmanv. 6:3 Winter, 1954-1955pp. 13-15Lancaster. Pennsylvania Dutch Folklore CenterYes
Zink, TheodorDie Pfalz,Text & Bildersammlung; mit 231 AbbildungenDeutsche Volkskunst, Bd. 121930MünchenDelphinYes