10 Great Interviews

In its 46 years of publication, Pennsylvania Heritage has delivered compelling stories on “everything Pennsylvania,” from archaeology to zoology, fine arts to popular culture, military history to sports and leisure, and more. In the 1990s a further dimension was added to the magazine when a series of interviews with famous individuals associated with the state was initiated. We continue to periodically publish such special conversations, reflecting the state’s more recent past through the words of those who lived it. Now, with the launching of this new website, we present from our vault 10 outstanding interviews originally published in our pages since 1993.

You Can Go Home Again: An Interview with James A. Michener

Homeward Bound: An Interview with David McCullough

Pride of the Philadelphia Phillies: An Interview with Mike Schmidt

Meet Mister Rogers, Everybody’s Neighbor

Sparking a Rock ‘n’ Roll Revolution: An Interview with Dick Clark

“To Do Good and Love Mercy”: A Conversation with C. Delores Tucker

From Chaos to Calm: Remembering the Three Mile Island Crisis, An Interview With Harold Denton

Baseball’s One-Armed Wonder: An Interview with the Late Great, Pete Gray

The Eagle Has Landed… Back in Pennsylvania: An Interview with Dick Vermeil

Good Road Followed … From Metro Philly to Rock Hall: An Interview with John Oates

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