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Box 16


Contains 6 Results:

Alva P. Macy Collection

 Collection — Box: 16
Identifier: SC-186
Scope and Contents Alva P. Macy (born 1858) was an Orthodox Friend of White Lick Monthly Meeting, Morgan County, Ind. The collection consists of his diary for the year 1872, typescripts of letters of his parents, William M. and Julia Ann (Mills) Macy, and an oil portrait of Alva P. Macy as a young man. Gift, 1999.
Dates: 1848-1872

Stanley Family Collection

 Collection — Box: 16
Identifier: SC-183
Scope and Contents The Stanley Family Collection consists of documents relating to the Stanley family of Wayne County, Ind. It includes the will of Aaron Stanley (1787-1866) and a newspaper account of the will of Zacariah Stanley (1819-1901) of Union County, Ind., including the bequest of a scholarship fund to Earlham College. Gift of Francis Stanley, 1999.
Dates: Other: Add Date

Carthage (Ind.) Good Templars Records

 Collection — Box: 16
Identifier: SC-184
Scope and Contents The Independent Order of Good Templars was a total abstinence temperance organization that included both men and women. This collection consists of the treasurer's book for the Carthage Lodge #33 for 1871-1875.
Dates: Other: Add Date

Dickinson Family Papers

 Collection — Box: 16
Identifier: SC-185
Scope and Contents The Dickinson Family Papers consist of correspondence and other papers of the family of Henry Dickinson (1812-1908), his wife Ruthanna (Powell) Dickinson (1815-1872), and their daughter Esther (Dickinson) Halstead (1856-1938), Hicksite Friends of Dutchess and Westchester counties, New York. Most of the letters are addressed to Esther Dickinson and concern family and Quaker matters and her courtship by future husband George Halstead. Photocopies. Transferred from FMS 33.
Dates: 1867-1918

Frederick Hoover Collection

 Collection — Box: 16
Identifier: SC-182
Scope and Contents Frederick Hoover (1783-1868), a native of Randolph County, North Carolina, was a member of one of the first Quaker families to settle near Richmond, Ind. The collection consists of a series of recollections, written about 1850, dealing with the Hicksite Separation among Friends, the abolitionist movement and its effect on Quakers, fugitive slaves, and theological questions. Typescript. Gift of Virginia Hess, 1998.
Dates: c. 1850

John C. Griffin Collection

 Collection — Box: 16
Identifier: SC-187
Scope and Contents John C. Griffin (1854-1945) was a Quaker pastor in Indiana, Kansas, and Oklahoma. The collection consists of a scrapbook compiled by his son, J. M. Griffin of Plainfield, Ind., concerning John C. Griffin and his family and Quakers in Plainfield, Mooresville, and Indianapolis, Ind. Gift of White Lick Monthly Meeting, 1993.
Dates: Other: Add Date