These Items are available at The Lower Merion Historical Society’s library
Anonymous. “The ‘Horse Company.'” A four page pamphlet, undated.
Anonymous. “This Horse Has Been Stolen.” A souvenir booklet from the Anniversary Dinner, 1952.
Bell, Kensil. “Horses in the American Revolution.” A souvenir booklet from the 141st Anniversary Dinner, 1959.
Burris, Jane Keplinger. “Horse Companies in Montgomery County.” A souvenir booklet from the 141st Anniversary Dinner, 1959.
Francis, Gerald A. “The First 200 Years: The Society for the Detection and Prosecution of Horse Thieves and Recovery of Stolen Horses“. PDF, Booklet, 5.5×8.5 inches, 30 pages, 2017. This is the basis of these web pages.
Hamilton, Miss Emma F, “Brief History of the Lower Merion Society for the Detection & Prosecution of Horse Thieves and the Recovery of Stolen Horses.” A souvenir booklet from the Anniversary Dinner, 1953.
Levering, John. Map of the Township of Lower Merion, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. With all the divisions of property the number of acres, and owners names, the names of villages, roads, streams, factories, hotels &c., 1851
Nugent, John M. “The Formation Years – Lower Merion Society for the Detection & Prosecution of Horse Thieves and the Recovery of Stolen Horses” 1950.
O’Loughlin, Kathy. “Old Thanksgiving Tradition: Annual Anti-Horse-Theft Society’s Banquet” Main Line Times, November 22, 2012.
Pirro, J.F. “Vigilante Lore” Main Line Today, November 2007.
Price, Joseph (1753-1828). Diary from 1789-1828. Transcribed for The Lower Merion Historical Society by Mary Keim in 1997.
Snow, Dr. Edward. “Scrapbook from 1946 to 1960”; A collection of paper memorabilia of the society, 109 pages.
Weygandt, Cornelius. “The Most Gargantuan Feast.” A souvenir booklet from the Anniversary Dinner, 1951.