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Box 19


Contains 8 Results:

Jessop-Coffin-Hussey Collection

 Collection — Box: 19
Identifier: SC-214
Scope and Contents Material in the small collection falls into two groups. About half pertains to the family of Thomas Jessop (1715-1783), a Quaker who died in Guilford Co., N.C. It includes "Testimony" of his grandmother, Mary Jessop, concerning her husband Timothy Jessop who died in Yorkshire, England, in 1695; Thomas Jessop's 1760 certificate of marriage to Hannah Bishop in Carteret Co., N.C., and letters among his children. The Coffin-Hussey portion of the collection comprises letters and documents concerning...
Dates: Other: Add Date

Alvah J. Macy Account Book

 Collection — Box: 19
Identifier: SC-215
Scope and Contents Alvah J. Macy (1813-1852) was a Quaker merchant and farmer who also operated a sawmill near Economy, Wayne County, Ind. This account book reflects his business and Indiana rural life generally in the period and includes the names of numerous area residents. Gift of Milton Hadley, 1960.
Dates: 1839-1851

Ira Maxwell Journal

 Collection — Box: 19
Identifier: SC-216
Scope and Contents Ira Maxwell (1820-1874) was a farmer, pumpmaker, and mechanic in Union County, Ind. Born a Quaker, he lost his membership in 1844, a year before his marriage to Mary C. Stanford (1824-1893). She apparently continued the journal after his death. The sparse entries depict life in rural Indiana: mostly work, births, marriages, and deaths, with almost no attention to national events. Photocopy.
Dates: 1858-1883; Other: Date acquired: 07/09/2002

John H. Sweitzer Papers

 Collection — Box: 19
Identifier: SC-211
Scope and Contents John H. Sweitzer (1917-1992) was Manager of Plant and Purchases at Earlham College 1952-1983 and an active Quaker. This small collection consists of material relating to his work as a conscientious objector in Civilian Public Service during World War II and material relating to the controversy over the AFSC World Affairs Institute at Camp Clements in Richmond, Indiana, in 1960. Gift of Jean Sweitzer, 1993.
Dates: Other: Add Date

Union Turnpike Company Minute Book

 Collection — Box: 19
Identifier: SC-218
Scope and Contents The Union Turnpike Company was a private corporation formed in Rchmond, Indiana, formed in 1860 to construct a road connecting the west side of Richmond with the Newport Pike. The minute book records business of the board of directors at semi-annual meetings.
Dates: 1860-1870

Bundy Family Collection

 Collection — Box: 19
Identifier: SC-217
Scope and Contents Material re: John Bundy (1806-1889), a Quaker farmer of Guilford County, North Carolina, and Morgan County, Indiana, and his wife Mary (Moore) Bundy (1810-1892). They were the parents of John Elwood Bundy (1853-1933), the Richmond, Indiana, artist. The collection consists of a copy of their 1831 marriage certificate, a sketch of the Bundy and Moore families written in 1881, and an obituary of Mary (Moore) Bundy. Gift of Charles A. Johnson, 2002. Material concerning John Elwood Bundy is also...
Dates: Other: Add Date

Cordelia Bogue Wright Reminiscences

 Collection — Box: 19
Identifier: SC-213
Scope and Contents Cordelia Bogue Wright (born 1917) is a Quaker artist, homemaker, and farmer of Spiceland, Indiana. These reminiscences descibe life in the Quaker community of Spiceland in the twentieth century. Gift of Cordelia Bogue Wright, 2000.
Dates: 1917-

Franklin and Walter Folger Journal

 Collection — Box: 19
Identifier: SC-212
Scope and Contents Benjamin Franklin Folger (1806-1879) and his son Walter Folger (1846-1918) were millers in Rush County, Indiana. This small ledger consists of Franklin Folger's mill accounts from the 1870s and a few diary entries made by Walter Folger between 1899 and 1904. Gift of Dalton Folger, 2001.
Dates: 1835-1907