DescriptionThe Seabrooker was a community newsletter periodically published by Seabrook Farms during the 1900s. These newsletter issues are representative of the values of sharing, tolerance, and respect regarded by the multicultural, close-knit community at Seabrook. Newsletter content consisted of newsbits, poetry, jokes, and inspirational pieces, as well as more substantial coverage of serious concerns. This particular issue is noteworthy for its reporting on the poor state of schools in Deerfield Township, where Seabrook Farms is located. Articles include arguments for state funding, ideas for improvements to schools, and proposed land areas on which to build new schools.