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Loller Academy (Hatboro, Pa.).
Extent: 0.33 linear feet
The Loller Academy was a school located in the borough of Hatboro, Pennsylvania which was in operation until 1910. The Loller Academy records, 1812-1911, is comprised of administrative and financial records. (View full finding aid.)
Union Library of Hatboro.
Extent: 1.2 linear feet
In 1715, the Crooked Billet Inn was built by John Dawson in what is now known as Hatboro Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. It was a farming village that boasted one of the first rural libraries in Pennsylvania, the Union Library Company. The Union Library of Hatboro local history collection, 1799-1999, contains primary and secondary materials relating to Hatboro history and events. (View full finding aid.)