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Box 9

 Container

Contains 22 Results:

Micah and Mary Newby Papers

 Collection — Box: 9
Identifier: SC-64
Scope and Contents Micah Newby (1790-1853) and his second wife, Mary Dicks Coffin Newby (1792-1882), were Friends of Blue River Monthly Meeting in Washington County, Ind., and Raysville Meeting in Henry County, Ind. These papers consist of nine letters, 1822-1853, from Mary Newby's father, Bethuel Coffin (1756-1839), and brother Elijah Coffin (1798-1862) in Guilford County, North Carolina, and Wayne and Henry counties in Indiana. Also: arithmetic book, 1816-1818. Gift of John E. Parker, 1970.
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Samuel Sweet Collection

 Collection — Box: 9
Identifier: SC-79
Scope and Contents Consists of correspondence, all ca. 1903, with Eli Jay re: Buffington and Coffin families.
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Earl A. Thomas Collection

 Collection — Box: 9
Identifier: SC-77
Scope and Contents Earl A. Thomas (1900-1927) was a Richmond, Ind. resident and onetime member of First Friends Meeting there who served as a US Naval Aviator during the US intervention in Nicaragua in 1927. He apparently was killed by Sandino forces. The collection consists of four letters by Earl Thomas to his mother Gertrude Thomas of Richmond, June 11-September 20, 1927, with newspaper clippings and correspondence relating to his death. Photocopies donated by Caroline Higgins, 1992.
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Joseph Bond Family Collection

 Collection — Box: 9
Identifier: SC-73
Scope and Contents Joseph Bond (1785-1864) and wife Sarah (Mendenhall) Bond (1790-1848) were Hicksite Friends living at Goshen, Wayne County, Ind. This collection consists of a family record and their marriage certificate from Deep River Monthly Meeting, Guilford County, North Carolina.
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Ethel Publow White Collection

 Collection — Box: 9
Identifier: SC-62
Scope and Contents Earlham class of 1911; consists of classbook from Spiceland Academy, 1909-1910.
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George Fox Bowles Collection

 Collection — Box: 9
Identifier: SC-71
Scope and Contents George Fox Bowles (1795-1874) was a Friend born in North Carolina, who lived in Ohio, Indiana, and Iowa. The collection consists of a genealogy of the Bowles family and of George F. Bowles's wife's family, the Baileys, and of a reminiscence of the Bowles family's settlement near Richmond, Ind. in 1807. This copy was made ca. 1913 by Luella White Rockwell. It also includes sketches of th Beard and Cox families, early Quaker settlers in Wayne County.
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Issac Bowman Collection

 Collection — Box: 9
Identifier: SC-75
Scope and Contents Issac Bowman and wife Ann were the last Friends residing in Massilon, Ohio. This description, undated, was apparently written by a "Mrs. S. Smith."
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John Bright Collection

 Collection — Box: 9
Identifier: SC-70
Scope and Contents John Bright (1811-1889) was an English Friend and Liberal member of Parliament. This collection consists of miscellaneous manuscripts concerning Bright, including an account by Augustine Jones (1834-1925) of Providence, Rhode Island.
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John Butler Collection

 Collection — Box: 9
Identifier: SC-66
Scope and Contents John Butler (1803-1887) was an elder and influential Gurneyite Friend of Damascus, Ohio. This collection consists of an Ohio Yearly Meeting Memorial (1890) and a typescript of Butler's diary for December 9-15, 1859, while traveling to Richmond, Virginia, with a petition for the pardon of Edwin Coppoc, one of John Brown's men.
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James and Elizabeth Hadley Cammack Collection

 Collection — Box: 9
Identifier: SC-67
Scope and Contents Two letters, 1855, from James and Elizabeth (Hadley) Cammack, Friends moving from Miami County, Ohio to Cedar County, Iowa, describing their trip west. Photostats and typescripts; gift of Eleanor Cammack, 1962.
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