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A.D. White Research Society
To promote interest in regional and family history.
Programs and Services
- The A. D. White Research Society was founded in 1995 to preserve the work and archives of A. D. White, who died in 1994. The collected material is family information, obituaries, cemetery records, census records, school system data, newspaper articles, and his personal notes. Additionally, many people from the tri-state area and beyond contribute their own stories.
- Store and make available histories of the families of the Avella, PA area and surrounding communities. The restored Wabash Train Station in Avella holds records collected by A. D. White and others from his years of school administration in Cross Creek, Hopewell and Jefferson Townships in Washington County, PA.
- Conduct regular programs and tours of local historical sites. Annual program at the Meadowcroft Museum of Rural Life.
- Operate the Avella History Fair in September each year that was operated for many years by Research Society founding member Kathryn Slasor.
- Coordinate with and participate in the programs of other local History and Genealogy groups.
Primary Revenue Sources
Member dues and public donations
Primary Fundraising Event
WCCF Day of Giving
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