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Works under MDS 974.8184
- Wiconisco Telephone and Telegraph Company: Telephone Directory, 1936-1937. by Wiconisco Telephone and Telegraph Company
- Upper Dauphin Area Middle School Dedication, 1973. by Upper Dauphin Area Board of Education
- Whiz Bang: 1952 Yearbook. by Lykens Valley Joint School District
- Official Telephone Directory: Mahanoy and Mahantango Telephone Company, 1986. by Mahanoy and Mahantango Telephone Company
- Directory of the Lykens Valley Charge of the United Church of Christ, 1962-1963: Simeon's Church, Gratz. by Lykens Valley Charge
- Lykens Valley Parish: Biographies of Lutheran and Reformed Ministers. by Various
- Lykens Valley: All Wars - Veteran Burials in Area Cemeteries. by Gratz Historical Society
- Official Journal of the Uniting Session of Central Pennsylvania Conference of the United Methodist Church, 1969.
- Lykens Valley: World War II Veterans. by Gratz Historical Society
- History of the East Susquehanna Classis, Eastern Synod, Pennsylvania, The Reformed Church in the United States, 1856-1941. by A. Levan Zechman
- History of Lykens Valley Camp Meeting, Church of the United Brethren in Christ: Fifty Years of Service, "Golden Jubilee" Session, July 25, 1944 to August 3, 1944, Elizabethville, Pennsylvania. by Lykens Valley Camp Meeting
- Official Telephone Directory: TDS Telecom. by TDS Telecom
- Upper Dauphin Area School District: Elementary School Handbook, 1978-1979. by Upper Dauphin Area Schoo District
- Millersburg: Upper Dauphin, Northumberland and Schuylkill Counties, Easy Pages Telephone Directory, 1990. by Hal Weaver
- The Golden Years of Lykens Valley Lutheran Parish with the Rev. Wayne Z. Artz, Pastor, September 27, 1964. by Lykens Valley Lutheran Parish
- Commonwealth Telephone Company: Temporary Directory of Elizabethville, Gratz, Lykens, 1956. by Commonwealth Telephone Directory
- The Danville Conference of the Evangelical Lutheran Ministerium of Pennsylvania, 1954 by Danville Conference
- Wisonisco Telephone and Telegraph Company: Telephone Directory, 1947-1948. by Wiconisco Telephone and Telegraph Company
- Lykens-Williams Valley History, Directory and pictorial review. Embracing the Entire Lykens and Williams Valley, in the Effort to Preserve the Past and Perpetuate the Present. by J. Allen Barrett
- Master Index to Helen Bowman's Lykens Valley Area Obituaries. by Gratz Historical Society
- Lykens and Williams Valley Flood of 1972. by Lykens Standard
- Lykens Valley Bulletin of the Reformed Church, 1944-1958. by Lykens Valley Reformed Charge
- Upper Dauphin Area Elementary School: Classbook 1996. by Upper Dauphin Area Board of Education
- Civil War Listing: Soldiers' Records. by Gratz Historical Society
- Jubilee Memorial Volume of the Danville Conference of the Evangelical Lutheran Ministerium of Pennsylvania and Adjacent States by Rev. S. E. Ochsenford
- Whiz Bang: 1924 Yearbook. by Lykens Valley Vocational School Class in American History
- Census of the United States: Lykens Valley, 1890. Special Schedule of Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines and Widows, etc. by United States Department of Agriculture
- Lykens Valley: Revolutionary War Soldiers (Book 1 and Book 2) by Gratz Historical Society
- Transcriptions of Lykens Valley Tax Assessments, 1792-1899. by Gratz Historical Society
- Lykens Valley: War of 1812 Veterans (Book 1 and Book 2). by Gratz Historical Society
- Berrytier: 1951 Yearbook. by Lykens Valley Joint School District
- Selected Dauphin County Death Records, 1893-1906. by Gene Romberger
- Lykens Valley: Civil War Veterans (Book 1 through Book 5). by Gratz Historical Society
- Whiz Bang: 1953 Yearbook. by Lykens Valley Joint School District
- Early Churches of the Lykens Valley, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. by Keystone Seekers Genealogical Quarterly
- Lykens Valley: World War I Veterans. by Gratz Historical Society
- Town Book for the Township of Upper Paxton in the County of Dauphin and State of Pennsylvania: Contain the Accounts and Settlements of the Overseers of the Poor for Said Township; Also Fines and Recovery to the Poor Belonging from the Eighteenth Day of May, A. D., 1799. by Jay M. Osman
- Marriages: Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, 1852-1855. by Keystone Seekers Genealogical Quarterly
- Lykens Valley: Korean War Veterans. by Gratz Historical Society
- Up-Lyn Tidings: The Up-Lyn Group Ministry, United Church of Christ, Lancaster Synod, Pennsylvania. by Joseph Heiney
- Lykens Valley: Vietnam War Veterans. by Gratz Historical Society
- The United Church of Christ Northern Cluster of Churches (Harrisburg Association, Penn Central Conference, Pennsylvania). by United Church of Christ
- Transcriptions of Federal Census Returns for the for Lykens Valley, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, 1790- by Gratz Historical Society
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