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Lower Merion Historical Society [Contact Us]
1976-1999
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Lower Merion Historical Society.
Extent: 2.2 linear feet
There are approximately 65 oral history cassette tapes in the Lower Merion Historical Society oral history collection, 1976-1999. The township of Lower Merion in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania was first settled by Welsh Quakers in 1682. It is part of the "Main Line," a collection of affluent Philadelphia suburbs located alongside the Pennsylvania Railroad line that was built between Philadelphia and Harrisburg in the mid-19th century. (View full finding aid.)
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LMHS.02: Lower Merion Historical Society oral history collection
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Lower Merion Historical Society.
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2.2 linear feet
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1976-1999
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There are approximately 65 oral history cassette tapes in the Lower Merion Historical Society oral history collection, 1976-1999. The township of Lower Merion in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania was first settled by Welsh Quakers in 1682. It is part of the "Main Line," a collection of affluent Philadelphia suburbs located alongside the Pennsylvania Railroad line that was built between Philadelphia and Harrisburg in the mid-19th century.
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Lower Merion Historical Society [Contact Us]
1916-2008
(Bulk: 1970-2008)
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Lower Merion Historical Society.
Extent: 4.2 linear feet
The Lower Merion Historical Society real estate collection, 1916-2008, is an assembled collection that contains advertisements, tax records, deeds, newspaper clippings, maps, and blueprints. The core of the collection was donated by James T. Shilcock (1919-2011), owner of Shilcock Realty Company, and the Lower Merion Historical Society has since added to it. The township of Lower Merion in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania was first settled by Welsh Quakers in 1682. It is part of the "Main Line," a collection of affluent Philadelphia suburbs located alongside the Pennsylvania Railroad line that was built between Philadelphia and Harrisburg in the mid-19th century. (View full finding aid.)
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LMHS.03: Lower Merion Historical Society real estate collection
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Lower Merion Historical Society.
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4.2 linear feet
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1916-2008
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1970-2008
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The Lower Merion Historical Society real estate collection, 1916-2008, is an assembled collection that contains advertisements, tax records, deeds, newspaper clippings, maps, and blueprints. The core of the collection was donated by James T. Shilcock (1919-2011), owner of Shilcock Realty Company, and the Lower Merion Historical Society has since added to it. The township of Lower Merion in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania was first settled by Welsh Quakers in 1682. It is part of the "Main Line," a collection of affluent Philadelphia suburbs located alongside the Pennsylvania Railroad line that was built between Philadelphia and Harrisburg in the mid-19th century.
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Lower Merion Historical Society [Contact Us]
1874-2011
Creator:
Lower Merion Historical Society.
Extent: 57 linear feet
The Lower Merion Historical Society clippings (vertical) files, 1874-2011, contain newspaper clippings, pamphlets, photographs, and other secondary materials. The subjects range from local topics, such as geographical areas in and around Lower Merion, churches, schools, and notable residents; to topics of wider significance, such as John Dickinson, the Civil War, and the Daughters of the American Revolution. The township of Lower Merion in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania was first settled by Welsh Quakers in 1682. It is part of the "Main Line," a collection of affluent Philadelphia suburbs located alongside the Pennsylvania Railroad line that was built between Philadelphia and Harrisburg in the mid-19th century. (View full finding aid.)
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LMHS.04: Lower Merion Historical Society clippings (vertical) files
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Lower Merion Historical Society.
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57 linear feet
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1874-2011
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The Lower Merion Historical Society clippings (vertical) files, 1874-2011, contain newspaper clippings, pamphlets, photographs, and other secondary materials. The subjects range from local topics, such as geographical areas in and around Lower Merion, churches, schools, and notable residents; to topics of wider significance, such as John Dickinson, the Civil War, and the Daughters of the American Revolution. The township of Lower Merion in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania was first settled by Welsh Quakers in 1682. It is part of the "Main Line," a collection of affluent Philadelphia suburbs located alongside the Pennsylvania Railroad line that was built between Philadelphia and Harrisburg in the mid-19th century.
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Lower Merion Historical Society [Contact Us]
1973-2011
Creator:
Lower Merion Historical Society.
Extent: 3 linear feet
The Lower Merion Historical Society audiovisual collection, 1973-2010, consists of VHS tapes, DVDs, audiocassettes, CDs, and slides. It includes recordings of historical marker dedications, history lectures, interviews, history programs taped from television, and documentary films. The township of Lower Merion in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania was first settled by Welsh Quakers in 1682. It is part of the "Main Line," a collection of affluent Philadelphia suburbs located alongside the Pennsylvania Railroad line that was built between Philadelphia and Harrisburg in the mid-19th century. (View full finding aid.)
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LMHS.06: Lower Merion Historical Society audiovisual collection
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Lower Merion Historical Society.
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3 linear feet
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1973-2011
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The Lower Merion Historical Society audiovisual collection, 1973-2010, consists of VHS tapes, DVDs, audiocassettes, CDs, and slides. It includes recordings of historical marker dedications, history lectures, interviews, history programs taped from television, and documentary films. The township of Lower Merion in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania was first settled by Welsh Quakers in 1682. It is part of the "Main Line," a collection of affluent Philadelphia suburbs located alongside the Pennsylvania Railroad line that was built between Philadelphia and Harrisburg in the mid-19th century.
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Lower Merion Historical Society [Contact Us]
1912-2011
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Lower Merion Historical Society.
Extent: 2 linear feet
The Autocar Company was founded as a manufacturer of commercial passenger vehicles circa 1897 in Pittsburgh and moved to Ardmore, Pennsylvania in 1900. During the first and second World Wars, the company focused on producing military vehicles. The company was still in operation as of 2011, although it was owned by Volvo and no longer located in Ardmore. The Lower Merion Historical Society Autocar Company ephemera collection, 1912-2011, is composed of photographs and ephemera relating to the Autocar Company. It includes photographs, brochures, advertisements, department memos, employee handbooks, newsletters, and newspaper articles. (View full finding aid.)
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LMHS.11: Lower Merion Historical Society Autocar Company ephemera collection
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Lower Merion Historical Society.
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2 linear feet
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1912-2011
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The Autocar Company was founded as a manufacturer of commercial passenger vehicles circa 1897 in Pittsburgh and moved to Ardmore, Pennsylvania in 1900. During the first and second World Wars, the company focused on producing military vehicles. The company was still in operation as of 2011, although it was owned by Volvo and no longer located in Ardmore. The Lower Merion Historical Society Autocar Company ephemera collection, 1912-2011, is composed of photographs and ephemera relating to the Autocar Company. It includes photographs, brochures, advertisements, department memos, employee handbooks, newsletters, and newspaper articles.
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Lower Merion Historical Society [Contact Us]
1814-2010
Creator:
Lower Merion Historical Society.
Extent: 3 linear feet
The Lower Merion Academy in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, was created at the bequest of Quaker Jacob Jones in 1812. The Academy was one of the first public schools in the United States and was one of the first in Lower Merion township to provide a free education. The Lower Merion Historical Society collection on the Lower Merion Academy, 1814-2010, includes administrative records for the building and of the Academy, and a small amount of financial records. (View full finding aid.)
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LMHS.16: Lower Merion Historical Society collection on the Lower Merion Academy
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Lower Merion Historical Society.
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3 linear feet
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1814-2010
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The Lower Merion Academy in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, was created at the bequest of Quaker Jacob Jones in 1812. The Academy was one of the first public schools in the United States and was one of the first in Lower Merion township to provide a free education. The Lower Merion Historical Society collection on the Lower Merion Academy, 1814-2010, includes administrative records for the building and of the Academy, and a small amount of financial records.
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Lower Merion Historical Society [Contact Us]
1870-2011
(Bulk: 1950-2011)
Creator:
Lower Merion Historical Society.
Extent: 21 linear feet
The Lower Merion Historical Society photograph collection, 1870-2011, contains photographs, slides, and negatives taken or collected by the Lower Merion Historical Society. The subjects include local schools, businesses, residences, churches, neighborhoods, parks, historic sites, railroads, and fire companies. The township of Lower Merion in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania was first settled by Welsh Quakers in 1682. It is part of the "Main Line," a collection of affluent Philadelphia suburbs located alongside the Pennsylvania Railroad line that was built between Philadelphia and Harrisburg in the mid-19th century. (View full finding aid.)
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LMHS.21: Lower Merion Historical Society photograph collection
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Lower Merion Historical Society.
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21 linear feet
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1870-2011
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1950-2011
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The Lower Merion Historical Society photograph collection, 1870-2011, contains photographs, slides, and negatives taken or collected by the Lower Merion Historical Society. The subjects include local schools, businesses, residences, churches, neighborhoods, parks, historic sites, railroads, and fire companies. The township of Lower Merion in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania was first settled by Welsh Quakers in 1682. It is part of the "Main Line," a collection of affluent Philadelphia suburbs located alongside the Pennsylvania Railroad line that was built between Philadelphia and Harrisburg in the mid-19th century.
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Lower Merion Historical Society [Contact Us]
1753-1998
Creator:
Lower Merion Historical Society.
Extent: 9 linear feet
The Lower Merion Historical Society map and atlas collection, 1753-1998, includes about 20 atlases and numerous framed and unframed loose maps. The collection focuses on Lower Merion, the Main Line, and the City of Philadelphia. The township of Lower Merion in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania was first settled by Welsh Quakers in 1682. It is part of the "Main Line," a collection of affluent Philadelphia suburbs located alongside the Pennsylvania Railroad line that was built between Philadelphia and Harrisburg in the mid-19th century. (View full finding aid.)
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LMHS.23: Lower Merion Historical Society map and atlas collection
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Lower Merion Historical Society.
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9 linear feet
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1753-1998
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The Lower Merion Historical Society map and atlas collection, 1753-1998, includes about 20 atlases and numerous framed and unframed loose maps. The collection focuses on Lower Merion, the Main Line, and the City of Philadelphia. The township of Lower Merion in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania was first settled by Welsh Quakers in 1682. It is part of the "Main Line," a collection of affluent Philadelphia suburbs located alongside the Pennsylvania Railroad line that was built between Philadelphia and Harrisburg in the mid-19th century.
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Lower Merion Historical Society [Contact Us]
1927-2011
Creator:
Lower Merion Historical Society.
Extent: 86.5 linear feet
The Lower Merion School District was the first in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania to apply for establishing free "common" public schools under legislation passed in Harrisburg in 1834. The Lower Merion School District was established in 1836. As of 2011, it still serves the needs of the students of Lower Merion Township as well as the Borough of Narberth, and includes nine schools. The Lower Merion Historical Society school ephemera collection, 1927-2011, is made up of various items produced by schools, students, and teachers. It includes a large number of school newspapers, yearbooks, photographs, and event programs. (View full finding aid.)
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LMHS.24: Lower Merion Historical Society school ephemera collection
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Lower Merion Historical Society.
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86.5 linear feet
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1927-2011
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The Lower Merion School District was the first in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania to apply for establishing free "common" public schools under legislation passed in Harrisburg in 1834. The Lower Merion School District was established in 1836. As of 2011, it still serves the needs of the students of Lower Merion Township as well as the Borough of Narberth, and includes nine schools. The Lower Merion Historical Society school ephemera collection, 1927-2011, is made up of various items produced by schools, students, and teachers. It includes a large number of school newspapers, yearbooks, photographs, and event programs.
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Lower Merion Historical Society [Contact Us]
circa 2000-2012
Creator:
Lower Merion Historical Society.
Extent: 5000 items
This collection consists primarily of photographs taken by Lower Merion Historical Society members Max Buten and Ted Goldsborough of buildings in Lower Merion and Narberth, Pennsylvania, soon before the structures were torn down. The thousands of photographs in this collection only exist in digital form. They can be found on the Lower Merion Historical Society's website at http://lowermerionhistory.org/buildings/. (View full finding aid.)
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LMHS.25: Lower Merion Historical Society collection of Lower Merion and Narberth buildings photographs
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Lower Merion Historical Society.
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5000 items
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circa 2000-2012
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This collection consists primarily of photographs taken by Lower Merion Historical Society members Max Buten and Ted Goldsborough of buildings in Lower Merion and Narberth, Pennsylvania, soon before the structures were torn down. The thousands of photographs in this collection only exist in digital form. They can be found on the Lower Merion Historical Society's website at http://lowermerionhistory.org/buildings/.
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