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Box 13

 Container

Contains 14 Results:

Pope Family Collection

 Collection — Box: 13
Identifier: SC-144
Scope and Contents Family records, 1716-present, compiled mainly by Maria (Parkins) Pope (1795-1878), wife of Abner Pope (1793-1874), Hicksite Friends of Indianapolis. Included are records and memorials of members of the Pope, Parkins, and Brown families of Salem, Massachusetts, Chester County, Pennsylvania, and Loudon and Fairfax counties, Virginia. Photocopy and typescript; gift of Jane Guyton, 1993.
Dates: Other: Add Date

Quaker Document Collection

 Collection — Box: 13
Identifier: SC-153
Scope and Contents Individual and miscellaneous official Friends documents, such as minutes for travel, removal certificates, and disownment papers.
Dates: Other: Add Date

Gulielma Hunnicutt Jessup Papers

 Collection — Box: 13
Identifier: SC-152
Scope and Contents Gulielma (Hunnicutt) Jessup (1854-1928) was an Orthodox Friend, teacher, and farm wife, and an 1880 Earlham graduate. The collection consists of an essay, "The Old Homestead," written ca. 1925, about the home of her parents, John T. and Jane (Charles) Hunnicutt, in Wayne County, Ind. Gift of Mary (Jessup) Smith, 1973.
Dates: Other: Add Date

Nancy Parker McDowell Papers

 Collection — Box: 13
Identifier: SC-147
Scope and Contents Nancy Parker McDowell is the wife of James McDowell, professor of psychology at Earlham from 1951 to 1980. The collection consists of copies of letters written while she was teaching at the Friends School at Ramallah, Palestine, 1939-1940, and poems written for Earlham events from the 1950s to to the 1980s. Gift of Nancy McDowell, 1993.
Dates: Other: Add Date

John H. Mills Collection

 Collection — Box: 13
Identifier: SC-145
Scope and Contents John H. Mills (1843-1923) was a Quaker farmer who spent his life in the vicinity of Mooresville, Ind. The collection consists of his discharge certificate from the 121st Indiana Infantry, 1865. Gift of White Lick Monthly Meeting, 1993.
Dates: Other: Add Date

Joseph E. Moore Collection

 Collection — Box: 13
Identifier: SC-150
Scope and Contents Joseph E. Moore (1868- ) was a native of Richmond, Ind. This autobiographical fragment deals with the family of his parents, the Moore and Bain families, and his relationship with Earlham president Joseph J. Mills.
Dates: Other: Add Date

Lucretia Mott Collection

 Collection — Box: 13
Identifier: SC-149
Scope and Contents Memorabilia of Lucretia (Coffin) Mott (1793-1880), Quaker minister, feminist, and reformer of Philadelphia. The collection consists of three photographs of Mott, an inscription written in 1878, and a letter written by Mott in 1846.
Dates: Other: Add Date

Uniform Discipline Collection

 Collection — Box: 13
Identifier: SC-141
Scope and Contents Final printed draft, with handwritten corrections by James Wood (1839-1925) of the Uniform Discipline adopted by the Five Years Meeting of Friends at its foundation in 1902. Also included is a letter from Wood to Allen D. Hole (1866-1940) concerning the document dated August 5, 1919. Transferred from Richmond First Friends, 1990.
Dates: Other: Add Date

Emily Weeks Collection

 Collection — Box: 13
Identifier: SC-151
Scope and Contents Emily Weeks was a Hicksite Friend of Mechanicsburg, Henry County, Ind. The collection consists of material relating to Spiceland Academy, a Friends School in Henry County that she attended, and to Clarkson Davis (1833-1883) and his wife, Hannah Ellen (Brown) Davis (1841-1898), teachers at Spiceland. It includes photographs, academy programs, letters to and from Clarkson and Hannah Davis, and clippings. Gift of Mrs. M.L. Crisler, 1993.
Dates: Other: Add Date

William Dawson Brown Collection

 Collection — Box: 13
Identifier: SC-143
Scope and Contents William Dawson Brown (1827-1871) was a clock peddler, born in Ohio, who spent his early life in Henry and Grant counties in Indiana before moving to Illinois and California. The collection consists of a typescript of an autobiography, dealing mostly with his life in Indiana. Although not a Quaker, Brown's mother came from a large Quaker family, and the autobiographical journal has considerable information on Quaker neighbors and relatives.
Dates: 1827-1871