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Box 18

 Container

Contains 11 Results:

Eliza B. (Thornberry) Ogborn Collection

 Collection — Box: 18
Identifier: SC-208
Scope and Contents Eliza B. (Thornberry) Ogborn (1820-1908) was an Orthodox Quaker woman and teacher in various places in Ohio and Indiana. This collection consists of her Family Bible record and two receipts for teaching in Clinton County, Ohio, in 1850 and 1853. Gift of Betty Rogers Blickenstaff, 1995.
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Adrian A. Parsons Collection

 Collection — Box: 18
Identifier: SC-202
Scope and Contents Adrian A. Parsons (1846-1929), a native of Guilford County, North Carolina, spent most of his life in Hendricks County, Indiana. Parsons served in the Union army during the Civil War, and was a student in Earlham College in 1867-1868. He was well-known as an advocate of scientific farming and published widely in agricultural journals. The collection consists of biographical material and copies of his writings and military records. Gift of Charles W. Parsons, 2000.
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Joseph Tomlinson Notebook

 Collection — Box: 18
Identifier: SC-201
Abstract Joseph Tomlinson (1778-1820) was a Friend who moved with his family from Randolph County, North Carolina, to Orange County, Indiana, in 1818. This notebook contains a family record, a copy of marriage certificate to Jemima Bray, and a diary of their trip from North Carolina to Indiana. Gift of Chris McFall, 2000.
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Newton A. Trueblood Collection

 Collection — Box: 18
Identifier: SC-205
Scope and Contents Newton Albertson Trueblood (1834-1895) was a businessman and active Friend in Kokomo and Raysville, Indiana. This collection consists of a volume of essays, some dated 1850-1857, some undated, written while Trueblood was a student at the Blue River Friends Seminary in Washington County, Indiana, and at Friends Boarding School. Transferred from D. Elton Trueblood Papers, 2000.
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Thomas H. Trueblood Collection

 Collection — Box: 18
Identifier: SC-200
Scope and Contents Thomas Hollowell Trueblood (1826-1907) was a Hicksite Friend of Blue River Monthly Meeting, Washington County, Indiana. This collection consists of a journal of Trueblood's travels in 1849 with the minister Priscilla Cadwalader. Gift of Margaret E. Trueblood, 2000.
Dates: 1849

Thomas K. Bufkin Journal

 Collection — Box: 18
Identifier: SC-210
Scope and Contents Thomas Kirk Bufkin (1840-1927) was a Gurneyite Friend, born in Henry County, Indiana, who moved to Iowa as a child and in 1883 to Pasadena, Calif. Bufkin's journal is an autobiography that describes his pioneer experiences in Iowa, his travels in the United States, his family, and his work as a Quaker. Typescript, gift of Keith R. Grossman, 2001..
Dates: 1840-1927

John D. Carter Papers

 Collection — Box: 18
Identifier: SC-204
Scope and Contents John D. Carter (1811-1900) was a minister of White Lick Monthly Meeting of Friends in Morgan County, Indiana. His papers include correspondence, business receipts, and a brief diary, 1869, kept by his wife, Ruth (Pickett) Carter (1815-1888). Gift of Rachel Ruoma, 1994.
Dates: 1835-1907

James E. Connett Collection

 Collection — Box: 18
Identifier: SC-203
Scope and Contents Dr. James E. Connett (1862-1929) served as a Quaker missionary at Douglas, Alaska, between 1890 and 1895. This collection consists of clippings, notebooks, photographs, and diaries reflecting Connett's life as well as a register for the Friends Mission School at Douglas, 1889-1892. Copies of the Alaska Friend have been transferred to FSG. Gift of Mary Lou Coppock, 1999.
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Cook Family Collection

 Collection — Box: 18
Identifier: SC-207
Scope and Contents This small collection consists of a deed from Jeremiah Cox to Zimri Cook for land in Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, in 1816, and a few letters of his grandson, T.J. Cook, an optician in Richmond, written between 1903 and 1917. Photocopies gift of Robert Brown, 2000.
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John Henley Collection

 Collection — Box: 18
Identifier: SC-206
Scope and Contents John Henley (1815-1899) was an Orthodox Friend of Wayne County, Indiana. This collection consists of his 1835 autograph book from Whitewater Friends School; the Road District No. 2, New Garden Township, Superintendent's Book for 1848-1849; and a personal account book for 1857; a certificate from his 80th birthday celebration; and abstracts from the records of New Garden Monthly Meeting, 1843-1869, concerning Henley activities. Purchase from Craig Wiechman, 2003.
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