Geographical Books

Enjoy reading about different places? Check out these fun finds! Also included in this tab are a few other miscellaneous publications we think you might have interest in reading!

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Three Hundred Years of American Painting by Alexander Eliot

National Geographic on Indians of the Americas, a color-illustrated record

Columbia, Capital City of South Carolina 1786-1936 by Helen Kohn Hennig

A Guide to the United States of America, 1960

City of Independence: Views of Philadelphia Before 1800 by Martin P. Snyder (Sold)

One Hundred and Fifty Years of Collecting by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania 1824-1974 by Nicholas B. Wainwright

Victorian Roxborough: An Architectural History by John C. Manton

The Dome of the Rock

The Life of Christ in Stained Glass with Text from the Bible

In the Footsteps of Jesus: A pilgrimage to the Scenes of Christ's Life by W. E. Pax

Fatima and Surroundings

Der Naumburgerdom

Kosice

Greece and Rome: Builders of Our World, National Geographic

Beneath a Zimbabwe Sun

Print Collection of Wartburg by Max Baur

Historical Manuscript Depositories in Pennsylvania compiled by Irwin Richman

An Introductory Guide to Lutheran Archives, 1981 from the Archives of Cooperative Lutheranism (Sold)

The Oral History Collection of the Archives Cooperative Lutheranism

A Guide to the Genealogical Materials of the Hauck Memorial Library Housed in the Lebanon County Historical Society, 1984

Third and Indiana by Steve Lopez "It is about the experiences of several people connected to the 14-year-old Gabriel Santoro, while living in the dangerous gang-controlled streets of the Badlands section of Philadelphia." (1994)

Night by Elie Wiesel "is based on the Holocaust experiences with his father in the Nazi German concentration camps at Auschwitz and Buchenwald in 1944-1945, toward the end of the Second World War in Europe." (1960)