Does Collections of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania have a source page?

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I Googled "Collections of the genealogical society of pennsylvania" + Wikitree and I'm not seeing a source freespace page. I'm a little surprised about that.
in The Tree House by Barry Smith G2G6 Pilot (245k points)

Specific source pages like this can be hard to find. To make it easier, all Pennsylvania sources can be found here: Pennsylvania Sources.

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by Linda Peterson G2G6 Pilot (654k points)
selected by Barry Smith
Thanks Barry, I figured it had to be in those pages that Rick started, just had to keep digging and doing a find for words.
This is not one of my pages. I just took a look at it and added more links. There may be more that can be done. Some of these volumes are several hundred pages.
I realized that this is not the same as what I was looking for. I thought the page was just setup for general publications by the society, not for a specific journal titled "Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania." They also had separate collections that they published as individual numbered columes under the title "Collections of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania." A listing of these materials, without the publication information, is here:

Ancestry has images of a lot of the church records in this series.

So I gues the question is, do the "Collections" get their own page?
We could add more space pages to the Sources for Pennsylvania or anywhere else. I just usually start from the Sources by location to get to one of the states and looking for more sources.

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