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Box 22


Contains 11 Results:

Lydia Gilbert Pleas Collection

 Collection — Box: 22
Identifier: SC-243
Scope and Contents Lydia (Gilbert) Pleas (1812-1839), daughter of Josiah and Dorothy (Nixon) Gilbert and wife of Aaron L. Pleas (1805-1856), was an Orthodox Friend who died in Henry County, Ind. This collection consists of a letter written by her in 1839, along with a poem and reflections on her death compiled for her children by Aaron L. Pleas. Photocopy, gift, 2003.
Dates: 1841

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

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