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Box 2

 Container

Contains 11 Results:

John W. Pickett Accounts

 Collection — Box: 2
Identifier: SC-13
Scope and Contents "Pennies given to Josie Coffin since he came to live with us J.W. and Fannie Pickett in the year 1888." Pickett was a Quaker minister of Randolph County, Ind.
Dates: Other: 1888

Puckett Family Letters

 Collection — Box: 2
Identifier: SC-12
Scope and Contents Photocopies of three letters: Rebecca Ward to Daniel Puckett, 9th Mo. 1, 1829; Anna Howell to Beulah Puckett Ninde, March 18, 1851; and John Scott to Beulah Ninde, November 14, 1851. Originals in Allen County Historical Society, Fort Wayne.
Dates: Other: 1829, 1851

Timothy Rogers Journal

 Collection — Box: 2
Identifier: SC-10
Scope and Contents Timothy Rogers (1756-1828) was one of the first Friends to settle in the neighborhood of Yonge Street Meeting in Ontario. This autobiography and journal begins around 1790 and ends in 1827. It includes information about the settlement of Friends in Ontario and on Roger's travels.
Dates: Other: 1790-1827

John H. Johnson Collection

 Collection — Box: 2
Identifier: SC-5
Scope and Contents Historical materials relating to the South Eighth Street Friends Meeting in Richmond, Ind., almost entirely reminiscences of Benjamin Johnson (1833-1927), father of John H. Johnson. Included are a list of pastors, a list of charter members, a history of the Prayer Meeting formed in 1860, and a history of the formation of the meeting. Transferred from vault at Richmond First Friends, 1990.
Dates: 1833-1927

Mather Family Collection

 Collection — Box: 2
Identifier: SC-4
Scope and Contents Papers of the family of Benjamin Mather (1822-1887) and wife Ruth (Brown) Mather (1826-1909), Orthodox Friends of Waynesville, Warren County, Ohio. Includes commonplace books of Ruth Brown, an 1888 diary of Mary Anna Mather (1855-1930), letters of Charles Mather (1868-1917) written in 1890 while a student at Earlham College, deeds and legal papers, and photographs, including women temperance crusaders in Waynesville in 1874. Gift of Allan F. Mather, 1991-1992.
Dates: 1838-1939

S. Edgar Nicholson Papers

 Collection — Box: 2
Identifier: SC-7
Scope and Contents Samuel Edgar Nicholson (1862-1934), Earlham 1885, was a Friends minister, temperance advocate, member of the Indiana state legislature (1893-1917), editor of the American Friend (1913-1917), and for 30 years the secretary of the Anti-Saloon League. This folder consists of correspondence and an essay on the Five Years Meeting. Subjects include temperance work, Earlham College, the 1920 World Conference of Friends in London, and the elections of 1920 and 1928.
Dates: 1905-1928

Jonathan Strattan Papers

 Collection — Box: 2
Identifier: SC-6
Scope and Contents Photocopies of two letters, 1860, 1878, by Walter Edgerton (1806-1879), a Friend of Spiceland, Ind., concerning his activities as an Anti-Slavery Friend and his opposition to innovation among Friends in the 1870s. Copies provided by Anna May Hamilton, Russiaville, Ind., 1991.
Dates: 1860-1878

Silas Bond Journal

 Collection — Box: 2
Identifier: SC-8
Scope and Contents Silas Bond (1783-1858) was an Orthodox Friend in York County, Pennsylvania, Belmont County, Ohio and Wayne County, Ind. The journal consists of accounts of sermons by visiting ministers and his own religious experiences. Transferred from vault at Richmond First Friends, 1991.
Dates: 1812-1857

Beth Goff Collection

 Collection — Box: 2
Identifier: SC-14
Scope and Contents Member of South Marion, Ind. Friends Meeting and a member of the Indiana Yearly Meeting Peace and Christian Social Concerns Committee active in the debate over Indiana Yearly Meeting's affiliation with the American Friends Service Committee. Consists of her letters and memoranda on the AFSC.
Dates: 1991

Job Hadley Reminiscence

 Collection — Box: 2
Identifier: SC-11
Scope and Contents Job Hadley (1816-1895) was a prominent Conservative Friend of Amo, Hendricks County, Ind. This reminiscence focuses on his memories of slavery and work among the freedmen during and after the Civil War. Also included is a short account of the work of his wife, Tacy (Burgess) Hadley (1817-1899). Transferred from Harlow Lindley Collection.
Dates: 1883-1884