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Box 15

 Container

Contains 12 Results:

Kenneth R. Pickering Collection

 Collection — Box: 15
Identifier: SC-175
Scope and Contents Kenneth R. Pickering (1911-1979) was a longtime Quaker pastor in the Five Years Meeting and superintendent of Indiana Yearly Meeting (FUM). This small collection includes a photograph, biographical material, miscellaneous writings, and clippings relating to his pastorates. Gift of Ruthanna Pickering, 1992.
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Ira C. Johnson Collection

 Collection — Box: 15
Identifier: SC-177
Scope and Contents Ira C. Johnson (1849-1940) was a prominent Orthodox Friends minister, pastor, and the superintendent of Indiana Yearly Meeting. This collection consists of a memoir composed by his daughter, Edith Johnson Winslow, an obituary, and a photograph. Gift of Joyce Overman Bowman, 1994.
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Sarah Hubbard Hadley Johnson Collection

 Collection — Box: 15
Identifier: SC-176
Scope and Contents Sarah Woollen (Hubbard) Hadley Johnson was a Quaker born near Monrovia, Ind., in 1883, who died there in 1953. This collection consists of a ledger entitled "My Folk," with notes on her ancestors--the Hadley, Hubbard, Hunt, and Henley families.
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James Ladd Collection

 Collection — Box: 15
Identifier: SC-173
Scope and Contents James Ladd (ca. 1740-1806) was a Quaker minister of Henrico Monthly Meeting residing in Charles City County, Virginia. The collection consists of diaries, 1776-1798, of his travels as a minister among Friends in Virginia and Pennsylvania, with reflections on slavery and Quaker affairs. Typescript; gift of Margaret Hawkins, 1997.
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Samuel Lamb Letters

 Collection — Box: 15
Identifier: SC-179
Scope and Contents Samuel Lamb (1835-1908) was a native of Randolph County, North Carolina, who spent most of his life in Wayne, Henry, and Delaware counties, Ind. The collection consists of typescripts of ten letters, 1857-1860, from Samuel Lamb and his grandparents, Thomas and Massy (Adamson) Lamb, to Delilah and Frances Vickrey of Jamestown, North Carolina, with comments on crops, schools, relatives, and life in Indiana. Gift of Mary L. Reynolds, 1998.
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William Butler Collection

 Collection — Box: 15
Identifier: SC-181
Scope and Contents William Butler (1767/1770-1851) was an Orthodox Friend who was a native to Dinwiddie County, Virginia. He moved with his family to Ohio in 1806 and to Wayne County, Ind. in 1822. The collection consists of three land grants for land near Dublin in Wayne County in 1823. Gift of Mrs. B.L. Butler, 1932.
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Fairfield Quarterly Meeting Scrapbook

 Collection — Box: 15
Identifier: SC-174
Scope and Contents This volume was originally used as a minute book by the women of Fairfield Quarterly Meeting in Western Yearly Meeting. Later, someone converted it to use as a scrapbook, with clippings mainly of poetry and moral essays. Gift of Wilma Reeve Wildman.
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Benjamin H. Grave Collection

 Collection — Box: 15
Identifier: SC-172
Scope and Contents Benjamin H. Grave (1880-1949) was a 1903 Earlham College graduate and longtime professor of zoology at DePauw University. The collection consists of unpublished essays on science and religion. Gift of Bartram Cadbury, 1997.
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Lillian E. Hayes Diary

 Collection — Box: 15
Identifier: SC-170
Scope and Contents Lillian E. Hayes (1880- ) was a Quaker minister from Dunreith, Ind., who was one of the leading figures of the early Young Friends Movement in the US. The diary records her trip to the Quaker study center at Woodbrooke, England, in 1913-1914.
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William Hobbs Collection

 Collection — Box: 15
Identifier: SC-171
Scope and Contents William Hobbs (1780-1854) was a native of North Carolina and a leading elder and minister in Indiana Yearly Meeting (Orthodox). The collection consists of a typescript of a manuscript by Hobbs concerning the Hicksite Separation in Blue River Monthly Meeting in Washington County, Ind., 1827-1828. Copy of original in Indiana State Library. Acquired 1997.
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