The current issue of the Chester County Ledger is available for download as an Adobe Acrobat document below.

Current Issue:

Ledger 2018 02 FINAL 2 1 2018 Cover Page 01March 2019

Past Issues:

 

Fall 2018

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Fall 2017

Spring 2017

Spring 2016
Fall 2015
March 2015
October 2014
May 2014
February 2014
October 2013
May 2013
February 2013
October 2012
June 2012
February 2012
September 2011
June 2011
February 2011
September 2010
May 2010
February 2010
September 2009
June 2009
February 2009
October 2008
June 2008
March 2008
November 2007
October 2007
June 2007
March 2007
September 2006
June 2006
June 2005
February 2005 

Submitting Articles

Members and preservation friends are encouraged to submit articles for possible publication in the Chester County Ledger. We reserve the right to edit articles  and announcements for content and length, with changes to be vetted by the submitter. All articles must be submitted as Microsoft Word documents and all images must be submitted as jpegs.  The Editor reserves the right to reject or to refuse to accept any article, image, or announcement submissions that are deemed unsuitable for publication.  Hardcopies and pdfs of articles and images will not be accepted abd will not be returned.

Please contact the Editor for a copy of the "Authors' Publishing Guidelines for the Chester County Ledger" and the "Authors Style Sheet for the Chester County Ledger" before submitting any articles, announcements, or images.

Articles, announcements, and imagesmust be submitted via email to the Editor, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., by the following deadline:

  • March 2019 Issue: 5pm on January 2nd, 2019

Advertising Information Please note:  The deadline for Advertising Submissions is different than for article, announcement, and image submissions.

Our rates, effective November 2018, are as follows:

                                          

Black and White Black and White
For 1 ad in either March or September Issue

For 2 ads, 1 each in March and September Issues 

(Save up to $60)

Full Page: $400.00 Full Page: $740.00
1/2 Page: $200.00 1/2 Page: $370.00
1/4 Page: $100.00 1/4 Page: $185.00
1/8 Page: $50.00 1/8 Page: $92.00
 

 

Color Color and Black and White
For 1 ad in the September Issue

For 2 ads, 1 Black and White (March) & 1 Color (September)

(Save up to $60)

 Full Page: $600.00  Full Page: $925.00
 1/2 Page: $300.00 1/2 Page: $462.00
 1/4 Page: $150.00 1/4 Page: $231.25 
 1/8 Page: $75.00 1/8 Page: $115.00 


Rates are subject to increase without prior notice.

Your organization may advertise in both the Spring and Fall Ledger issues, but discounted rates for two advertisements will only be offered to advertisers who submit ad copy, contracts, and checks by the January 23rd advertising deadline. Advertisements will not be accepted after this date. Ads must be supplied in ready-to-go digital jpeg format only. Hardcopies and PDFs will not be accepted. The Editor of the Ledger reserves the right to reject or refuse to accept any advertisement that is not in a ready-to-go format, or is deemed unsuitable for publication. The position of the advertisements will be determined by the Editor and Graphics Editor. CCHPN does not necessarily endorse the content of advertisements.

For more information and a copy of an advertising contract, please contact the Editor of the Ledger, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

All contracts, advertisement copies, instructions, and checks must be received by the Editor no later than 5:00 PM, Wednesday, January 23, 2019.

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The Chester County Historic
Preservation Network
a 501(c)3 Organization

 

P.O. Box 174
West Chester, PA 19381

CCHPNetwork@outlook.com

484-873-2779
Sharon Buczala
Executive Assistant

 

The mission of CCHPN is to connect local governments, organizations, and individuals in their efforts to protect, preserve, and promote the historic resources and cultural landscapes of Chester County through communication and education.

The CCHPN works to bring people together and give them the information they need to preserve their neighborhoods and communities throughout Chester County. Please consider joining the effort.