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Box 12

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Contains 20 Results:

Amos and Nancy (Newby) Thomas Collection

 Collection — Box: 12
Identifier: SC-130
Scope and Contents Amos Thomas (1832-1916) and wife Nancy (Newby) Thomas (1830-1908) were Friends living near Fairmont, Grant County, Ind. This collection consists of reminiscences of family members.
Dates: Other: Add Date

William B. Thompson Collection

 Collection — Box: 12
Identifier: SC-129
Scope and Contents William B. Thompson (1813- ) was a Friend from Orange County, North Carolina, who settled near Monrovia, Morgan County, Ind. in 1844. Later in life he became a Methodist. The collection consists of a typescript of his autobiography, with information on family history, his early life and education, travel, and his impressions of slavery. Gift of W. Willis Thompson, 1974.
Dates: Other: Add Date

Oliver M. Thornburg Papers

 Collection — Box: 12
Identifier: SC-128
Scope and Contents Oliver M. Thornburg (1852-1938) was a Hicksite Friend and farmer who lived near Milton, Ind. His papers consist of letters to him and to his father Milton Thornburg (1811-1892) as well as to an unidentified sister of Oliver from relatives in Iowa and Montgomery County, Ind. Photocopies.
Dates: 1854-1873

William N. and Nathan Trueblood Papers

 Collection — Box: 12
Identifier: SC-131
Scope and Contents Nathan Trueblood (1781-1871) and William N. Trueblood (1809-1901) were Orthodox Friends and farmers of Washington County, Ind. The collection consists of deeds, mortgages, and correspondence, 1817-1857. Gift of Mrs. Noble C. Trueblood.
Dates: Other: Add Date

Updegraff Family Papers

 Collection — Box: 12
Identifier: SC-133
Scope and Contents This collection consists of papers of the Updegraff family of Mount Pleasant, Ohio. The Updegraffs were prominent members of Ohio Yearly Meeting (Gurneyite). The collection consists of deeds made to Nathan Updegraff (1758-1827), a member of the Ohio constitutional convention of 1802 and one of the first Friends to settle at Mt. Pleasant, and letters of his grandson, David B. Updegraff (1830-1894), a well-known minister and evangelist. Probably acquired by Harlow Lindley.
Dates: Other: Add Date

Hannah A. Warner Collection

 Collection — Box: 12
Identifier: SC-135
Scope and Contents Hannah (Allen) Warner, an Orthodox Friend of Philadelphia, was born in 1814 and died there in 1872. This memorial recounts her life and deathbed testimony.
Dates: Other: Add Date

John Greenleaf Whittier Collection

 Collection — Box: 12
Identifier: SC-140
Scope and Contents Miscellaneous material relating to the Quaker poet, apparently collected by Augustine Jones (1834-1925) of Providence, Rhode Island. Included are clippings, reminiscences, and copies of correspondence between Jones and Whittier, ca. 1868-1892.Also signatures by Whittier. Mostly gift of Caroline Jones Woodman.
Dates: Other: Add Date

William R. Wilson Collection

 Collection — Box: 12
Identifier: SC-127
Scope and Contents William Robinson Wilson (1844-1940) was a Quaker farmer, teacher, and businessman of Henry County, Ind. Born in Perquimans County, North Carolina, he came to Wayne County, Ind. with his widowed mother in 1854 and, with the exception of a short period in Kansas in the 1860s, spent the rest of his life there and in Henry County. The collection consists of a photocopy of an autobiography written about 1928, concentrating on his life before 1890.
Dates: Other: Add Date

George P. Emswiler Collection

 Collection — Box: 12
Identifier: SC-126
Scope and Contents George P. Emswiler (1830-1898) was a Richmond merchant and local historian, best known for his Poems and Sketches (1897), which includes a number of reminiscences of Richmond, Ind. before the Civil War. The collection consists of two reminiscences of Richmond that are included, slightly revised in Poems and Sketches.
Dates: Other: Add Date

John S. Harned Diary

 Collection — Box: 12
Identifier: SC-137
Scope and Contents John S. Harned, Sr. (1796-1880) was an Orthodox Friend and a miller and farmer in Washington County, Ind. This is a typescript of excerpts of a diary that Harned kept from 1859-1865, apparently edited by Ethel Trueblood. Included is a photograph of Harned and his wife, Ruth (Green) Harned. Transferred from D. Elton Trueblood Collection, 1995.
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