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Box 22


Contains 11 Results:

Harlan Family Reunion Minute Book

 Collection — Box: 22
Identifier: SC-244

Martha Newlin Lindley Reminiscences

 Collection — Box: 22
Identifier: SC-245

Doudna Family Collection

 Collection — Box: 22
Identifier: SC-246

David Kenworthy Account Book

 Collection — Box: 22
Identifier: SC-249

Richmond, Indiana -- Church Survey

 Collection — Box: 22
Identifier: SC-251

Amos Mendenhall Collection

 Collection — Box: 22
Identifier: SC-252

Joseph B. Cattell Account Book

 Collection — Box: 22
Identifier: SC-253
Dates: 1845-1906; Other: Date acquired: 05/22/2006

Anna Dorland Autograph Album

 Collection — Box: 22
Identifier: SC-248
Dates: 1880-1895; Other: Date acquired: 12/26/2002

Jabez Henley Commonplace Book

 Collection — Box: 22
Identifier: SC-247
Scope and Contents

Jabez H. Henley (1810-1888) was a Friend who was born in Randolph County, North Carolina, but lived most of his life in Spiceland, Henry County, Indiana. His commonplace book includes poetry and writings copied from other authors, including a poem and letter by Joseph John Gurney. Also included in the collection is an autograph album of his grandson Howard S. Henley (born 1877) of Spiceland. Gift of Robert King Henley, 2005.

Dates: 1832-1837

Jeremiah Hubbard Collection

 Collection — Box: 22
Identifier: SC-250
Scope and Contents

Jeremiah Hubbard (1777-1849) was a prominent Orthodox Quaker minister in North Carolina and Indiana. He was a central figure in the Hicksite separation in 1827-1828, particularly in Ohio Yearly Meeting. Later he became controversial for his outspoken support of linking the abolition of slavery with colonization of former slaves. This collection consists of a "Farewell Address" written in Ohio in 1828.

Dates: Other: Add Date