To order any of these items by mail, please send a check or money order for the total price (including postage and handling), made out to SVHS, to Sewickley Valley Historical Society, 200 Broad Street, Sewickley, PA 15143.  We cannot accept credit cards.

Historic Houses of the Sewickley Valley

historic houses

This is the second edition of Edgeworth Preservation's 1996 award-winning volume, long out of print. Containing text by Stephen Neal Dennis and 150 full color house portraits by photographer William J. Penberthy, this book is the definitive source on the remarkable domestic architecture of the Sewickley Valley. Published 2011 by Sewickley Valley Historical Society.

Hardbound, 10 1/2" x 10 1/2", 184 p., illus., map.

Price: $50.00 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $6.00 postage/handling

Lights and Shadows of Sewickley Life; or, Memories of Sweet Valley

This is a 2006 reprint of the 1893 edition of Agnes L. Ellis's charming local history, with a new introduction by SVHS archivist, Dorothy M. Moore.

Hardbound, 6" x 8", 316 p., illus.

Price: $20.00 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $6.00 postage/handling

The Village of Sewickley

This is a reprint edition (Higginson Book Company, Salem, MA) of the book by Franklin Taylor Nevin (1867-1939), published by The Sewickley Printing-Shop in 1929. Most of these reminiscences appeared originally in the Sewickley Herald under the editorship of Daniel Eagle Nevin (1875-1947), a cousin of Franklin, who was also owner of the Sewickley Printing Shop. It filled the gap in local history that had existed since the publication of Agnes L. Ellisís Lights and Shadows of Sewickley Life, also for sale here in a reprint edition.

Hardbound, 6" x 9", 227 p., illus.

Price: $20.00 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $6.00 postage/handling

Sewickley

Sewickley Postcard History Series

Published in 2006, this new history of the Sewickley Valley is part of Arcadia Publishing's Postcard History Series. The book, written by the staff of the Sewickley Valley Historical Society, contains over 200 illustrations, most from the Society's collection, with captions that paint a portrait of the community and its environs.

Paperbound, 6" x 9" 128 p., illus., maps.

Price: $21.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

History of the Sewickley Valley Found in Sewickley Cemetery

Published in 2009 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Sewickley Cemetery, this new history of the Sewickley Valley was written by Harton S. Semple, Jr., and designed and edited by Susan C. Holton, staff of the Sewickley Valley Historical Society.

Spiral bound, 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", 144 p., illus., maps

Price: $10 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $4.00 postage/handling

The Sewickley Caves: Illuminating the Darkness

Written by Dennison Daniel Moore and William L. Moore, Jr., this book was published in 2010 in cooperation with the Sewickley Valley Historical Society. It is a charming illustrated history of the caves beneath Sewickley Cemetery and across the Ohio River in Coraopolis, most of which are now inaccessible.

Spiral bound, 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", 120 p., illus., maps

Price: $10 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $4.00 postage/handling

Count Noble: The Greatest Dog That Ever Lived

countnoble2Published in 2011 in cooperation with Sewickley Valley Historical Society, this book by Richard LeBeau concerns Count Noble, an English Setter so famous that his obituary appeared in the New York Times in 1891. Count Noble was owned by Glen Osborne resident B. F. Wilson, and his wife owned Mildmay Park Beauty, the first English Toy Spaniel registered by the American Kennel Club. In addition to the story of Count Noble, there is extensive information on the Wilson family and on Pittsburgh in their time.  Count Noble's bloodline has had a lasting impact on sporting English Setters and field trials in the United States.

Softbound, 2nd printing, revised, 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", 108 p., illus., maps

Price:  $14 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $4 postage/handling

Misfortunes of Wealth

Published by The Local History Company, Pittsburgh, in 2009, this volume is a reminiscence by James Oliver Goldsborough of his family, which includes military, political and industrial leaders of their time. Some names in the family tree are Shields, Crittenden, Oliver, Neville and Craig. Goldsborough spent the summers of his youth at the Crittenden home in Edgeworth, "Sucasa."

Hardbound, 6 1/4" x 9 1/4", 308 p., illus., maps

Price: $27.95 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $6.00 postage/handling

Keep Tryst: The Walkers of Pittsburgh & Sewickley Valley

Walkers

Privately published in 2004, this book is a business and social history of two Scottish brothers who emigrated to Pittsburgh in the early 1830s and established a number of important businesses. One of them, the Harbison-Walker Refractories Co., dominated the U. S. market in firebricks. After being firmly established financially and socially, the Walkers built several mansions in Allegheny and the Sewickley Valley. Stephen Neal Dennis, author of Historic Houses of the Sewickley Valley, has sprinkled the book liberally with photos. Keep Tryst (the motto of the Walker Family) is available only at selected venues.

Hardbound, 7-1/2" x 10-1/4", 373 pages, illus.

Price: $25.00 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $6.00 postage/handling

African Americans in Sewickley Valley

Published in 2008, this book in Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series was written by Bettie Cole and Autumn Redcross. Beginning with Jim Robinson in 1823 and culminating in today's Come on Home annual reunion, the book documents the lives and ambitions of the African Americans who are a vital part of Sewickley's community today.

Paperbound, 6" x 9", 128 p., illus.

Price: $19.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

Aliquippa

Written by Cindy and Ed Murphy, this book tells the story of the small farming community on the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad, named for Queen Aliquippa of the Seneca tribe,  that was transformed by the Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation into a worldwide industrial giant, rooted in a model utopian community.  This 2013 volume is part of Arcadia Publishing's Images of America Series.

Paperbound, 6" x 9", 128 p., illus.

Price: $21.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

Allegheny City, 1840-1907

Walkers

Established in 1784, Allegheny Town was incorporated as Allegheny City in 1840 and became home to such prominent Americans as Andrew Carnegie, Mary Cassatt, George Ferris and Mary Roberts Rinehart. In January 1907 it was the third-largest city in Pennsylvania; by the end of that year it had been annexed by Pittsburgh. Many of Alleghenyís citizens built summer "cottages" in Sewickley Heights. This book by The Allegheny City Society was published in 2007 in Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series.

Paperbound, 6" x 9", 128 p., illus., map.

Price: $19.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

Ambridge

Archivist and historian Larry R. Slater wrote this 2008 book, part of Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series, which chronicles the diverse history and evolution of Ambridge, from its beginnings as a meeting place for colonial and Native American leaders, to Legionville, to its role as the final home of the Harmony Society at Old Economy Village, to its heyday as the home of the American Bridge division of U. S. Steel.

Paperbound, 6" x 9", 128 p., illus., maps

Price: $19.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

Coraopolis

Walkers

The Coraopolis Historical Society and Gia Tatone produced this pictorial history of the town of Coraopolis in 2007. Originally a land grant of 300 acres, the community officially became a borough in 1886. This book documents one hundred years of history, highlighting such events as the opening of the Sewickley-Coraopolis Bridge, the great flood of 1936 and the days of Consolidated Glass. It is part of Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series.

Paperbound, 6" x 9", 128 p., illus.

Price: $19.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

Dixmont State Hospital

Dixmont State Hospital History Book

Published in 2006 in Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series, this book by Mark Berton uses historic photographs to open up the world of the 1859 complex named for famed mental health care reformer Dorothea Dix, who was instrumental in choosing the hospital's site. Dixmont was razed in 2006 for a commercial development.

Paperbound, 6" x 9", 128 p., illus., maps, plans.

Price: $19.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

Moon Township

Walkers

Moon Township was formed in 1788 as one of the seven original townships of Allegheny County. Its history crosses borders into neighboring Findlay and Crescent Townships and includes Glenwillard (Shousetown) and Stoops Ferry. Its story is told in vintage photographs by Mark Benton. The volume is in Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series.

Paperbound, 6" x 9", 128 p., illus.

Price: $19.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

Neville Island

Gia Tatone and Dan Holland, with Neville Green, the island's environmental group, wrote this 2008 book, part of Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series. This five-mile island in the Ohio River was officially named in 1856. Because of its fertile soil, it became known as the market basket of Pittsburgh. The Dravo Corporation, which moved there in 1901, became the largest inland boat works in the United States.

Paperbound, 6" x 9", illus.

Price: $21.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

Pittsburgh's Mansions

Melanie Linn Gutowski calls herself "a lifelong devotee of old houses."  In her 2013 book in Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series, she looks a Pittsburgh's mansions through chapters on the East End, Shadyside, "Millionaire's Row," Allegheny City, the outskirts of Pittsburgh and Sewickley. 

Paperbound, 6" x 9", 128 p., illus.

Price: $21.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

The Social Mirror: A Character Sketch of the Women of Pittsburgh and Vicinity during the First Century of the County's Existence; Society of To-Day

This is a reprint edition (2006, by Higginson Book Company, Salem, MA) of the book by Adelaide Mellier Nevin, published in Pittsburgh by T. W. Nevin, Publisher, in 1888. Adelaide, society editor of the Pittsburgh Leader, was a daughter of Daniel Eagle Nevin. In the words of Robert Burton, digital production librarian at the University of Pittsburgh, the book is "not politically correct by today's standards, [but it] provides a wonderful insight into gender and social status of the era." Several Sewickley women are delightfully described.

Hardbound, 7" x 8", 199 p., illus.

Price: $20.00 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $6.00 postage/handling

Harmony in Wood: Furniture of the Harmony Society

Written by Philip D. Zimmerman, this handsome volume was published by The Friends of Old Economy Village, Ambridge, PA, in 2010. It represents an innovative approach to furniture history. Old Economy's extensive collection, most of it dating from 1805-1835, is used, along with written records, to identify core features that distinguish Harmonist-made furniture from that made by craftsmen elsewhere.

Hardbound, 9 1/4" x 12 1/4", illus., maps

Price: $60 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $10.00 postage/handling

TOUR GUIDES: The Life of an American Village: Sewickley, Pennsylvania

These two walking tour guides were published by the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation and the "Sewickley Celebrates 150" Committee, in recognition of Sewickley Borough's Sesquicentennial in 2003. The first booklet tours the commercial and residential neighborhoods in the eastern half of the borough; the second covers Sewickley's first historic district.

Softbound, 8" x 5", 12 pages, maps

Price: $1.00 each (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $2.00 postage/handling

Gifts

 

BOOK: Historic Houses of the Sewickley Valley

historic housesThis is the second edition of Edgeworth Preservation's 1996 award-winning volume, long out of print. Containing text by Stephen Neal Dennis and 150 full color house portraits by photographer William J. Penberthy, this book is the definitive source on the remarkable domestic architecture of the Sewickley Valley. Published 2011 by Sewickley Valley Historical Society.
Hardbound, 10 1/2" x 10 1/2", 184 p., illus., map.
Price: $65.00 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $6.00 postage/handling

 

BOOK: Allegheny City, 1840-1907

Walkers

Established in 1784, Allegheny Town was incorporated as Allegheny City in 1840 and became home to such prominent Americans as Andrew Carnegie, Mary Cassatt, George Ferris and Mary Roberts Rinehart. In January 1907 it was the third-largest city in Pennsylvania; by the end of that year it had been annexed by Pittsburgh. Many of Alleghenyís citizens built summer ìcottagesî in Sewickley Heights. This book by The Allegheny City Society was published in 2007 in Arcadia Publishingís Images of America series.
Paperbound, 6" x 9", 128 p., illus., map.
Price: $19.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

 

BOOK: Coraopolis

Walkers

The Coraopolis Historical Society and Gia Tatone produced this pictorial history of the town of Coraopolis in 2007. Originally a land grant of 300 acres, the community officially became a borough in 1886. This book documents one hundred years of history, highlighting such events as the opening of the Sewickley-Coraopolis Bridge, the great flood of 1936 and the days of Consolidated Glass. It is part of Arcadia Publishingís Images of America series.
Paperbound, 6" x 9", 128 p., illus.
Price: $19.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

 

BOOK: Dixmont State Hospital

Dixmont State Hospital History Book

Published in 2006 in Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series, this book by Mark Berton uses historic photographs to open up the world of the 1859 complex named for famed mental health care reformer Dorothea Dix, who was instrumental in choosing the hospital's site. Dixmont was razed in 2006 for a commercial development.
Paperbound, 6" x 9", 128 p., illus., maps, plans.
Price: $19.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

 

BOOK: Moon Township

Walkers

Moon Township was formed in 1788 as one of the seven original townships of Allegheny County. Its history crosses borders into neighboring Findlay and Crescent Townships and includes Glenwillard (Shousetown) and Stoops Ferry. Its story is told in vintage photographs by Mark Benton. The volume is in Arcadia Publishingís Images of America series.
Paperbound, 6" x 9", 128 p., illus.
Price: $19.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

 

BOOK: Ambridge

Archivist and historian Larry R. Slater wrote this 2008 book, part of Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series, which chronicles the diverse history and evolution of Ambridge, from its beginnings as a meeting place for colonial and Native American leaders, to Legionville, to its role as the final home of the Harmony Society at Old Economy Village, to its heyday as the home of the American Bridge division of U. S. Steel.
Paperbound, 6" x 9", 128 p., illus., maps
Price: $19.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

 

BOOK: African Americans in Sewickley Valley

Published in 2008, this book in Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series was written by Bettie Cole and Autumn Redcross. Beginning with Jim Robinson in 1823 and culminating in today's Come on Home annual reunion, the book documents the lives and ambitions of the African Americans who are a vital part of Sewickley's community today.
Paperbound, 6" x 9", illus.
Price: $19.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling




BOOK: Neville Island

Gia Tatone and Dan Holland, with Neville Green, the island's environmental group, wrote this 2008 book, part of Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series. This five-mile island in the Ohio River was officially named in 1856. Because of its fertile soil, it became known as the market basket of Pittsburgh. The Dravo Corporation, which moved there in 1901, became the largest inland boat works in the United States.
Paperbound, 6" x 9", illus.
Price: $21.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

 


BOOK: The Social Mirror: A Character Sketch of the Women of Pittsburg and Vicinity during the First Century of the County's Existence; Society of To-Day

This is a reprint edition (2006, by Higginson Book Company, Salem, MA) of the book by Adelaide Mellier Nevin, published in Pittsburgh by T. W. Nevin, Publisher, in 1888. Adelaide, society editor of the Pittsburgh Leader, was a daughter of Daniel Eagle Nevin. In the words of Robert Burton, digital production librarian at the University of Pittsburgh, the book is "not politically correct by today's standards, [but it] provides a wonderful insight into gender and social status of the era." Several Sewickley women are delightfully described.
Hardbound, 7" x 8", 199 p., illus.
Price: $20.00(PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $6.00 postage/handling

 

BOOK: Keep Tryst: The Walkers of Pittsburgh & Sewickley Valley

Walkers

Privately published in 2004, this book is a business and social history of two Scottish brothers who emigrated to Pittsburgh in the early 1830s and established a number of important businesses. One of them, the Harbison-Walker Refractories Co., dominated the U. S. market in firebricks. After being firmly established financially and socially, the Walkers built several mansions in Allegheny and the Sewickley Valley. Stephen Neal Dennis, author of Historic Houses of the Sewickley Valley, has sprinkled the book liberally with photos. Keep Tryst (the motto of the Walker Family) is available only at selected venues.
Hardbound, 7-1/2" x 10-1/4", 373 pages, illus.
Price: $25.00 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $6.00 postage/handling

 



BOOK: Lights and Shadows of Sewickley Life; or, Memories of Sweet Valley

This is a 2006 reprint of the 1893 edition of Agnes L. Ellis's charming local history, with a new introduction by SVHS archivist, Dorothy M. Moore.
Hardbound, 6" x 8", 316 p., illus.
Price: $20.00 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $6.00 postage/handling

 

BOOK: The Village of Sewickley

This is a reprint edition (Higginson Book Company, Salem, MA) of the book by Franklin Taylor Nevin (1867-1939), published by The Sewickley Printing-Shop in 1929. Most of these reminiscences appeared originally in the Sewickley Herald under the editorship of Daniel Eagle Nevin (1875-1947), a cousin of Franklin, who was also owner of the Sewickley Printing Shop. It filled the gap in local history that had existed since the publication of Agnes L. Ellisís Lights and Shadows of Sewickley Life, also for sale here in a reprint edition.
Hardbound, 6" x 9", 227 p., illus.
Price: $20.00 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $6.00 postage/handling

 

BOOK: Sewickley

Sewickley Postcard History Series

Published in 2006, this new history of the Sewickley Valley is part of Arcadia Publishing's Postcard History Series. The book, written by the staff of the Sewickley Valley Historical Society, contains over 200 illustrations, most from the Society's collection, with captions that paint a portrait of the community and its environs.
Paperbound, 6" x 9" 128 p., illus., maps.
Price: $21.99 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

 

 

BOOK: History of the Sewickley Valley Found in Sewickley Cemetery

Published in 2009 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Sewickley Cemetery, this new history of the Sewickley Valley was written by Harton S. Semple, Jr., and designed and edited by Susan C. Holton, staff of the Sewickley Valley Historical Society.
Spiral bound, 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", 144 p., illus., maps
Price: $10 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

 

 

 

BOOK: The Sewickley Caves: Illuminating the Darkness

Written by Dennison Daniel Moore and William L. Moore, Jr., this book was published in 2010 in cooperation with the Sewickley Valley Historical Society. It is a charming illustrated history of the caves beneath Sewickley Cemetery and across the Ohio River in Coraopolis, most of which are now inaccessible.
Spiral bound, 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", 120 p., illus., maps
Price: $10 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

 

 

BOOK: Misfortunes of Wealth

Published by The Local History Company, Pittsburgh, in 2009, this volume is a reminiscence by James Oliver Goldsborough of his family, which includes military, political and industrial leaders of their time. Some names in the family tree are Shields, Crittenden, Oliver, Neville and Craig. Goldsborough spent the summers of his youth at the Crittenden home in Edgeworth, "Sucasa."
Hardbound, 6 1/4" x 9 1/4", 308 p., illus., maps
Price: $27.95 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $6.00 postage/handling

 

BOOK: Harmony in Wood: Furniture of the Harmony Society

Written by Philip D. Zimmerman, this handsome volume was published by The Friends of Old Economy Village, Ambridge, PA, in 2010. It represents an innovative approach to furniture history. Old Economy's extensive collection, most of it dating from 1805-1835, is used, along with written records, to identify core features that distinguish Harmonist-made furniture from that made by craftsmen elsewhere.
Hardbound, 9 1/4" x 12 1/4", illus., maps
Price: $60 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $10.00 postage/handling

 

POSTCARDS: Scenes of Sewickley: A Collection of 10 Historic Tear-out Sewickley Postcards

Scenes of Sewickley: A Collection of 10 Historic Tear-out Sewickley Postcards Scenes of Sewickley: A Collection of 10 Historic Tear-out Sewickley Postcards Scenes of Sewickley: A Collection of 10 Historic Tear-out Sewickley Postcards
Volume 1: Businesses Volume 2: Vehicles Volume 3: People

 

These booklets of tear-out postcards were originally produced for the Old Sewickley Post Office Corporation. Preceded by a brief history of Sewickley, each booklet contains ten 4" x 5" postcards, each with a different vintage photo from the Sewickley Valley Historical Society Collection, printed in sepia. A 4th volume on People is also available.
Size: 6" x 9"
Price: $6.00 each (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $3.00 postage/handling

 

NOTECARDS: Lost Sewickley

Yellow Brick School

Black and white photos of five landmarks that aren't on the Sewickley scene anymore. Four sets are available.

Set I: As You Like It, Franklin Farm, Edgehill Manor, Fairacres II, Bellamona; Set II: Upland Farm, The Ledges, Sewickley's Yellow Brick School, Elmhurst Inn, McLaughlin-Nicols-Marlatt House; Set III: Robert W. Watson Mansion, Edgeworth Club II, St. James Church I, Leetsdale Elementary School, Cassella; Set IV: Goodwood, Shields Homestead, Fairacres I, Farmhill, B. F. Jones III Mansion. Prepared by the Sewickley Valley Historical Society; published by the Old Sewickley Post Office Corporation.
Ten cards (two each of five images), plus envelopes, on fine quality stock. 6" x 4".
Price: $10.00 per set (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $3.00 postage/handling

 

LICENSE PLATE: Sewickley Valley Historical Society

License Plate

White metal license plate, with the Audley Nicols logo of the Historical Society printed in dark green.
Size: 6" x 12"
Price: $10.00 (PA residents add 7% sales tax), plus $5.00 postage/handling

Free Items

BOOK: Sewickley Up Front: A Decade in Black & White

License Plate

For more than a century, the Sewickley Herald has been bringing the news to Sewickley Valley. To celebrate its centennial in 2003, the newspaper published this book, written and compiled by Betty G. Y. Shields, editor emeritus. It covers the 1970s, when times were a-changing and the Herald photographers were at the scene to capture the action for the front page. Reprints of vintage 1970s news stories interspersed throughout.
Softbound, 8" x 11", 76 pages, illus.
Price: FREE, plus $5.00 postage/ handling

 

TOUR GUIDES: The Life of an American Village: Sewickley, Pennsylvania

These two walking tour guides were published by the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation and the "Sewickley Celebrates 150" Committee, in recognition of Sewickley Borough's Sesquicentennial in 2003. The first booklet tours the commercial and residential neighborhoods in the eastern half of the borough; the second covers Sewickley's first historic district.
Softbound, 8" x 5", 12 pages, maps
Price: FREE, plus $2.00 postage/handling

 

BOOKLET: Borough of Edgeworth: Centennial, 1904-2004

Edgeworth Booklet

This booklet, prepared by B. G. Shields and Susan Holton, presents a history of Edgeworth, including chapters on the origin of the name, the founding of the borough, the borough building, parks and recreation, etc., plus a time line of notable events.
Softbound, 8" x 7", 16 p., illus.
Price: FREE, plus $2.00 postage/handling

 

BOOKLET: Preserving the Historic Architecture of a Classic American Village: Sewickley, Pennsylvania

Sewickley Brochure

Prepared by the Historic Review Commission of the Sewickley Borough Council, this booklet contains a map of the borough's historic districts as well as examples of the many styles of architecture represented in Sewickley's building stock. It also treats the purpose of historic districts and the historic review process. Softbound, 16 p., illus., map.
Price: FREE

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