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Box 13


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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

Economy Anti-Slavery Society Collection

 Collection — Box: 13
Identifier: SC-142
Scope and Contents Minutes and membership records of the Economy, Ind. Anti-Slavery Society, an organization advocating the immediate abolition of slavery, 1840. Transferred from the Harlow Lindley Collection, 1964.
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Hardin Family Collection

 Collection — Box: 13
Identifier: SC-146
Scope and Contents Clifford M. Hardin (1915- ), a native of Knightstown, Ind. was the son of J. Alvin Hardin, an Earlham trustee, and Mabel (Macy) Hardin, Earlham class of 1914. This material, deposited by him, consists of manuscripts relating to the history of the Townsend and Test families, ancestors of J.Alvin Hardin. Gift of Clifford M. Hardin, 1993. An addition to the collection consists of material relating to Emma (Test) Hardin (1867-1905), a Quaker farm wife of Henry County, Ind. Included are school...
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Elizabeth Harvey Collection

 Collection — Box: 13
Identifier: SC-148
Scope and Contents Elizabeth Harvey, born 1835 in Clinton County, Ohio, was a student at Friends Boarding School, now Earlham College, in 1854. The collection consists of her autograph album. Gift of Emilou McDorman, 1989.
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