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Used Book Sale
Thousands of good condition used books of general interest — fiction and nonfiction, secular, religious, art, travel, history, children’s, etc. — are for sale July 19-26 at the MHC. The sale is held inside the air-conditioned museum building. Come take a break from the heat and pore over our wide selection of books organized by topic; also CD’s, DVD’s and puzzles. Great books at low prices! $2 hardbacks; $1 paperbacks first day; half price second day. Special prices on rare and collectible books. Click here for hours.

**This year’s sale includes an unusually good selection of genealogy, Mennonite and local history books**
Volumes or series of particular interest include:
-Pennsylvania German Society annual volumes
-A number of volumes in the Studies in Anabaptist & Mennonite History series (some hard-to-find)
-a set of the Mennonite Encyclopedia, and the Brethren Encyclopedia.
-hard-to-find local history titles
-Local historical atlases
-Numerous volumes from the former Adams Apple Press series of local history (many out-of-print)
-Out-of-print Pennsylvania Mennonite history and Brethren history volumes.
-Historical periodicals, including Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage, Pennsylvania Folklife, Mennonite Family History, Goshenhoppen Region, and Mennonite Historical Bulletin.
-Mennonite genealogies and genealogical source books.

The Mennonite Heritage Center is a museum and historical library dedicated to preserving and sharing the stories of Mennonite faith and life in eastern Pennsylvania. Mennonite Christians first settled in the Delaware Valley in 1683 and have been part of eastern Pennsylvania’s community and religious life for over 300 years. You are invited to visit the heritage center to see changing exhibits, use our historical library and take part in events, programs and workshops throughout the year.

Events

Events

The Mennonite Heritage Center hosts numerous workshops, programs and bus tours throughout the year, as well as several major events, ...
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work and hope exhibit, Mennonite Heritage Center

Exhibits

We welcome you to view our exhibits and learn about the unique heritage of Mennonites in eastern Pennsylvania. Hours: Tuesday ...
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Library & Collections

Library & Collections

The Mennonite Heritage Center houses the John L. Ruth Historical Library, one of the finest Anabaptist libraries in Pennsylvania, as ...
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Welcome Center

Welcome Center

  Take a load off in the Welcome Center -- complimentary coffee and WiFi, books and gift items for sale ...
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A Pioneer of Gospel Broadcasting: William G. Detweiler

A Pioneer of Gospel Broadcasting: William G. Detweiler

Republished from the MHEP Newsletter April 1977. Author unknown; if anyone can identify the author, please contact MHC archivist Forrest Moyer at moyerf@mhep.org. Editor's note (1977): In the July issue (Vol. 3, No.4) of the MHEP Newsletter, several acquisitions from Mrs. Detweiler Stolzfus [Anna Landes Detweiler Stoltzfus] were noted. Among them was the following biography of William G. Detweiler, founder of The Calvary Hour in 1936. The title page from the biography is missing so that we do not know who wrote it. William G. Detweiler was born on May 3, 1903, and he died on January 13, 1956. He ...
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