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Thornwald Park Historical Resources

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“Alternative Learning Program Moved to Homewood Mansion.” The Evening Sentinel, November 21, 1975.

BRIEF: REACH! to Perform at Thornwald Park Ampitheater: Sentinel, The (Carlisle, PA), 2011.

Daniel DiNunzio, Director of Carlisle Borough Parks and Recreation Department (1981), Cumberland County Historical Society

“350,00 for Sadler Home, ” Homewood Fireside. (1972).

Cumberland County Historical Society drop files

Hertzler, John Vernon Jr., “Thornwald” First Reformed Church and Youth Department, 1952

Jack Bushey, memo to Borough Council Members, March 3, 1979, Carlisle Parks and Recreation department.

Paul Riede, The Evening SentinelThe Scope, 1981, Cumberland County Historical Society

Strickler, Laura L. Thornwald: A Testament of the Sadler Legacy. Pennsylvania:  2012. Print.

Thornwald dedication pamphlet, Sunday August 15, 1976, Cumberland County Historical Society Paul Riede, The

Thornwald Plan, The Sentinel, February 13, 1979, Carlisle Parks and Recreation Department.

UCC homes. org (Thornwald homes)