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PT-50192-11
Preserving the Free Library of Philadelphia's Pennsylvania German manuscripts
Jennifer Wright, Free Library of Philadelphia

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=PT-50192-11

The Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection Soon Available Online (Blog Post)
Title: The Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection Soon Available Online
Author: Caitlin Goodman
Abstract: The first in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This initial post announces the grant and the creation of a digitized collection.
Date: 3/9/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1482
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about the upcoming online availability of the Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia

If I Were an 18th Century Manuscript (Blog Post)
Title: If I Were an 18th Century Manuscript
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The second in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post discusses the conservation process for the manuscripts sent to the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts for treatment.
Date: 4/25/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1527
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about the conservation of the Pennsylvania German manuscripts.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia

Beware! Lions, Tigers and Bears in the Rare Book Department (Blog Post)
Title: Beware! Lions, Tigers and Bears in the Rare Book Department
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The third in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post discusses the discovery of a variety of historically significant watermarks in the Pennsylvania German Manuscripts.
Date: 6/5/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1551
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about watermarks found in the Pennsylvania German Manuscripts.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia

A Collection of Musick Adapted for the Harpsichord ex Libris Michael Hillegas (Blog Post)
Title: A Collection of Musick Adapted for the Harpsichord ex Libris Michael Hillegas
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The fourth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post discusses the history a manuscript of music adapted for the harpsichord in the Borneman collection that was owned by Michael Hillegas, the first Treasurer of the United States.
Date: 7/9/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1568
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about a harpsichord music manuscript owned by a significant historical figure.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia

Gertrude Rapp, Expert in Silk and Song (Blog Post)
Title: Gertrude Rapp, Expert in Silk and Song
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The fifth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post examines the songbook, or Liederbuch, of Gertrude Rapp, the granddaughter of the founder of the Harmony Society, a pietistic group.
Date: 7/31/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1583
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about a songbook manuscript in the Borneman collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia

If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part One (Blog Post)
Title: If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part One
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The sixth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post is the first in a series of four posts introducing three historically important manuscripts in the Borneman collection about the Moravians.
Date: 10/26/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1620
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about three Moravian manuscripts in the Borneman collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia

If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part Two (Blog Post)
Title: If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part Two
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The seventh in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post is the second in a series of four posts introducing three historically important manuscripts in the Borneman collection about the Moravians.
Date: 10/26/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1621
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about one of three Moravian manuscripts in the Borneman collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia

If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part Three (Blog Post)
Title: If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part Three
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The eighth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post is the third in a series of four posts introducing three historically important manuscripts in the Borneman collection about the Moravians.
Date: 10/26/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1622
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about one of three Moravian manuscripts in the Borneman collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia

If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part Four (Blog Post)
Title: If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part Four
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The ninth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post is the fourth in a series of four posts introducing three historically important manuscripts in the Borneman collection about the Moravians.
Date: 10/26/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1624
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about one of three Moravian manuscripts in the Borneman collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia

What to Say While Fastening the Garland to the Gable (Blog Post)
Title: What to Say While Fastening the Garland to the Gable
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The tenth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post explores a manuscript in the collection likely put together by a master carpenter for a "topping out ceremony," an important tradition in the building trade.
Date: 4/8/13
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1708
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about a manuscript for a topping out ceremony.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia

It’s the Little Things in Life That Matter ~ The Jacob Anthony Grist Mill Ledger, 1842-1868 (Blog Post)
Title: It’s the Little Things in Life That Matter ~ The Jacob Anthony Grist Mill Ledger, 1842-1868
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The eleventh in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post explores the process of identifying the source and author of a ledger book in the Borneman collection.
Date: 6/27/13
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1783
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about identifying a ledger book in the manuscript collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia

The Skies Proclaim the Work of His Hands ~ Carl Friederich Egelmann (1782-1860) (Blog Post)
Title: The Skies Proclaim the Work of His Hands ~ Carl Friederich Egelmann (1782-1860)
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The twelfth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post examines a significant "how to" book written by Carl Friederich Egelmann, a well-known coachmaker.
Date: 7/17/13
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1789
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about a historically significant manuscript by Carl Friederich Egelmann.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia

MAGICAL CHARMS ~ MEDICAL CURES (Blog Post)
Title: MAGICAL CHARMS ~ MEDICAL CURES
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The thirteenth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post discusses folk medicine treatments found in manuscripts in the Borneman collection.
Date: 10/15/13
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1856
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about folk medicine in Borneman manuscripts.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia

I Must Do What Is Right For Me ~ The Jacob Eichholtz Book of Sketches and Painterly Advice (Blog Post)
Title: I Must Do What Is Right For Me ~ The Jacob Eichholtz Book of Sketches and Painterly Advice
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The fourteenth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post examines a "commonplace" book of sketches and advice by painter Jacob Eichholtz.
Date: 11/14/13
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1875
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about a manuscript of sketches and advice by Jacob Eichholtz in the Borneman collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia

John Derstine Souder’s Fraktur in the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Collection (Blog Post)
Title: John Derstine Souder’s Fraktur in the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Collection
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The last in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This final post discusses the Fraktur by John Derstine Souder found in multiple manuscripts in the Borneman collection.
Date: 12/9/13
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1886
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about the Fraktur of John Derstine Souder found in Borneman collection manuscripts.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


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