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Works under MDS 974.816
- Hopewell Village: National Historic Site; Pennsylvania by Dennis C. Kurjack
- Conrad Weiser Homestead: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by John Bradley
- History of the Counties of Berks and Lebanon Counties by I. Daniel Rupp
- The Indians of Berks County, Pa. : being a summary of all the tangible records of the aborigines of Berks County, and containing cuts and descriptions of the varieties of relics found within the county, written for the Society of Natural Sciences, Reading, Pa., by D.B. Brunner. by D. B. Brunner
- The Story of Berks County, Pennsylvania by Francis Wilhauer Balthaser
- The Pagoda Skyline Drive: An Illustrated History Reading's Mountaintop Landmarks by Corrie Crupi
- Daniel Boone Homestead: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by Sharon Hernes Silverman
- Tulpehocken church records, 1730-1800 : Christ (Little Tulpehocken) Church and Altalaha Church, Rehrersburg by Frederick S. Weiser
- Pennsylvania German tombstone inscriptions by Oscar H. Stroh
- Trinity Lutheran Church of Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Translated from the Original by Rev. J. W. Early, ca. 1906. Part Four: Burials. From the Library of Dr. and Mrs. Glenn P. Schwalm. by Jean A. Dellock
- Early Landowners of Pennsylvania: Atlas of Township Warrantee Maps of Berks County, PA by Sharon Cook MacInnes
- Reading in Vintage Postcards by Charles J. Adams III
- Penn Square Stories Pride in Our Past...Faith in Our Future by Wayne E. Homan
- A genealogical guide to Berks County private cemeteries by Laurel Miller
- Revolutionary War Soldiers in Berks County, Pennsyvlania. by Daughters of the American Revolution
- Midwinter Mourning: The Boyertown Opera House Fire by Mary J. Schneider
- Trinity Lutheran Church of Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania: Part One, Baptisms, 1751-1790. by J. W. Early
- Indian Names of Streams, Rivers and Places; The Ephrata Printing Press; Of Months and Days; The Folk Culture of the Pennsylvania Germans - Its Value in Modern Education (Volume 5). by John Heckewelder
- The Outer Station, Reading, Pennsylvania by Benjamin L. Bernhart
- Penn Street A Pictorial Look Back in Time by Benjamin L. Bernhart
- History of Reading, Pennsylvania, and the anniversary proceedings of the sesqui-centennial, June 5-12, 1898 by Morton L. Montgomery
- Along the Route 100 Corridor (PA) (Images of America) by Patricia A. Stompf Blackwell
- Wyomissing - An American Dream: Enterprise Shaping Community - Centennial Year 1906-2006 (History of Wyomissing, suburb of Reading, PA) by George H. Edmonds
- Historical review of Berks County by Historical Society of Berks County
- Die Shilgrut fun der Tulpehock. by Tulpehocken Settlement Historical Society.
- Berks County, Pennsylvania: Tax Lists, 1754-1785. by Various
- Berks County, Pennsylvania, Land Warrants, 1730-1868 by Jeffrey J Howell
- Berks County, Pennsylvania Marriages, 1730 - 1800. by Frederic G Paul
- The passing scene : stories and photographs of old-time Reading and Berks by George M. Meiser
- History of Berks County, Pennsylvania: Reprinted from Egle's History of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. by J. Lawrence Gerz
- A comprehensive index to The passing scene, volumes 1 to 10 by James S. Neiman
- Pennsylvania League of Cities, September 1957 : the Reading story
- Neversink : Reading's "other" mountain : (the resort years: 1880-1930) by Paul Druzba
- Tombstone Inscriptions at the St. John's (Hain's) Reformed Church Cemetery, Lower Heidelberg Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania (Chapter 25 of History of St. John's (Hain's) Reformed Church in Lower Heidelberg Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1916). by William Jacob Kershner
- A History of Altalaha Evangelical Lutheran Church, Rehrersburg, Berks County, Pennsylvania by George E. Hein Jr.
- The heart of the Reading Railroad : Reading, Pennsylvania by Benjamin L. Bernhart
- Index to township map of Berks county Pennsylvania from actual surveys by L. Fagan. by Jacqueline N. Flamm
- A History of Bethany Children's Home: Of the United Church of Christ, Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania, One Hundred Years of Service to Children, 1863-1963. by Ray S. Vandevere
- Township map of Berks County, Pennsylvania, from actual surveys by L. Fagan
- The Private Records of Rev. George Jacob Martz , 1869-1878: Comprising Deaths, Marriages, and Baptisms during his Ministerium at Womelsdorf Lutheran Church, Berks County, Pennsylvania, and Lutheran Churches of the Southeastern Area of Lebanon County and the Extreme Northern End of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. by South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society
- Tulpehocken Evangelical Lutheran Church register 1733-1747.
- Marriages at Dunkel's Church, Lenhartsville, Greenwich Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. by Justine Walter
- Congressional history of Berks (Pa.) district, 1789-1939 by Benjamin Alderfer Fryer
- Early times and history: St. Gabriel's Church, Douglassville, PA, 1720-1970 by Raymond G. Wallick
- St. Michael's Union Church Cemetery, Tilden Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. by Unknown
- Borough of Sinking Spring : 75th anniversary, 1913-1988 by Paul L. Miller
- Friedens Evangelical Lutheran Church, Bernville, Pennsylvania, 1730-1980. by Friedens Evangelical Lutheran Church
- Historical sites of Reading and Berks County, Pennsylvania by George M. Meiser
- Pennsylvania Dutch Fersammling: Kutztown, Berks County, Pennsylvania (Die Fazichscht, Pennsylfawnish Deitsch Versammling fon Barricks Kounty). by Kutztown State College
- Reading and Berks County Pennsylvania : mirror to the past by Charles J. Adams III
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