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Box 9

 Container

Contains 22 Results:

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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Mary Capper Collection

 Collection — Box: 9
Identifier: SC-68
Scope and Contents Memorial, ca. 1850, of Mary Capper (1755-1845), a Friends minister of Birmingham, England.
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John and Miriam Clayton Collection

 Collection — Box: 9
Identifier: SC-76
Scope and Contents Marriage certificate of John Clayton and Miriam Hunt, Deep River Monthly Meeting, Guilford County, North Carolina, 1823.
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Alvin Teague Coate Collection

 Collection — Box: 9
Identifier: SC-80
Scope and Contents Alvin Teague Coate (1870-1955) was a prominent Quaker businessman of Indianapolis, Ind. and a leader in the Five Years Meeting. This collection consists of notes for two talks at Quaker gatherings.
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Cook Family Letters

 Collection — Box: 9
Identifier: SC-78
Scope and Contents James and Lucinda (Potter) Cook were married in Wayne County, Ind. in 1850. In the 1860s and 1870s they resided in Richmond. This collection consists of twelve letters, 1869-1879, mostly written by Sarah Potter, the mother of Lucinda Potter Cook. Also included is a photograph of Thomas H. and Anna Cook, the parents of James Cook. Gift of Lucille Hatch, 1982.
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