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James Hadley Diary
Scope and Contents This diary is apparently the only survivor of a long series that James Hadley kept, since the last entry notes that it continues in “vol. H.” Hadley made regular entries on a variety of topics: politics; the births, marriages, illnesses, and deaths of neighbors and family; and especially changes in Quakerism. He often comments on who was present in meeting for worship and what was said. He clearly was hostile to the introduction of revival techniques into his meeting, yet showed little...
Jessup-Carson-Littler Family Papers
Scope and Contents The Jessup-Carson-Littler Family papers consist of correspondence, legal papers, notebooks, autograph books, ledgers, and genealogical material on five generations of Quakers in Howard and Marion counties, Indiana. The collection reflects Quaker farm and religious life in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Dates: 1831-1984; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1997
John T. Plummer Papers
Scope and Contents The Plummer Papers consist of an 1827 diary and notebook, photographs, and copies of writings by and about Plummer.
Dates: 1826-1954; Other: Majority of material found in 1827
John T. White Family Papers
Scope and Contents The John T. White Family Papers consist of diaries, correspondence, business and legal papers, genealogical material, photographs, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and other writings of six generations of a prominent Quaker family in Perquimans and Pasquotank counties in North Carolina and in Henry County, Indiana. The papers document the daily activities of Quakers in business, education, and family life. They also illustrate the relations of North Carolina Quakers with African Americans who...
Lawrie-Tatum-Stanley Family Papers
Scope and Contents The Lawrie-Tatum-Stanley Family Papers consist of diaries, correspondence, commonplace books, financial records, genealogical materials, and other documents of several generations of Quaker families in Scotland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. They are especially rich in materials on Orthodox Friends in the period of the Hicksite Separation of 1827-1828 and its immediate aftermath. Of particular interest, however, is one of the earliest documents in the collection, a proposal, probably ca....
Dates: 1674-2004; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/2004
Leland K. and Kathaleen Johnson Carter Papers
Scope and Contents The Leland K. and Kathaleen Johnson Carter Collection consists of correspondence, diaries, photographs, and genealogical material documenting the lives of a number of Quaker families in North Carolina, Ohio, Indiana, and Kansas in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The collection is especially valuable for Quaker settlement in Indiana, the Conservative Separation of the 1870s among Orthodox Friends, and the work of the Friends Reconstruction unit in France during World War I. The...
Dates: 1700-1994; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1991
Leonard S. Kenworthy Papers
Collection — Box: 9
Scope and Contents The Leonard S. Kenworthy Papers includes correspondence and drafts of writings reflecting Leonard Kenworthy's career.
Lewis and Hannah Smith Family Papers
Scope and Contents The collection contains family materials dating from the 1850s to the 2000s. There is correspondance between members of the Smith family from the late 1800s, as well as many letters detailing Seth W. Smith's search for information about his family in the 1990s. One notable set of letters are the "Civil War Letters" written by a Union soldier and member of the family. In addition, there are documents about the sale of the Smith farm, records of weddings, and Lewis H. Smith's Earlham College...
Dates: Other: 1820-2009
Loula (Howell) Thomas Papers
Scope and Contents The Loula (Howell) Thomas Papers consist of genealogical information and diaries of Loula (Howell) Thomas (1891-1972), a Quaker farmwife in Grant County, Indiana. Most of this collection consists of Loula Thomas's diaries from 1933 until two days before her death in 1972. They reflect life in a small midwestern town: work, church, visiting, and the births, marriages, and deaths of neighbors and family. Loula Thomas was also interested in genealogy, and not only kept careful track of events in...
Dates: 1933-1972; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/2000
Marcus Mote Collection
Scope and Contents The Mote Collection consists of diaries, notebooks, correspondence, and works by Mote, as well as research material on Mote gathered by former Earlham College archivist, Opal Thornburg.
- Quakers -- Indiana 11
- Correspondence 10
- Quakers -- Genealogy 7
- Society of Friends 6
- Photographs 5
- Quakers 5
- Travel 4
- Account Books 3
- Earlham College -- Students 3
- Quakers -- North Carolina 3
- Quakers -- Ohio 3
- Agriculture 2
- Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 2
- Indiana Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends : 1821-1828) 2
- Indiana Yearly Meeting of Friends (Orthodox : 1828- ) 2
- Quakers -- Education 2
- Wills 2
- American Art and Artists 1
- Art--Study and teaching 1
- Boarding Schools 1
- Civilian Public Service 1
- Drafts of Writings 1
- Earlham College -- Faculty 1
- Earlham College -- Students -- Papers 1
- Flora 1
- France 1
- Freedmen 1
- Friends Reconstruction Unit 1
- Indiana 1
- Indiana Yearly Meeting of Friends (Hicksite : 1828-1975) 1
- Missionaries 1
- Morgan County (Ind.) 1
- Music--Social aspects--United States 1
- Property 1
- Quaker businesspeople 1
- Quaker physicians 1
- Quakers -- California 1
- Revivals--United States--History 1
- Richmond, Indiana 1
- Scrapbooks 1
- Sermons 1
- Society of Friends -- Doctrines 1
- Society of Friends -- Education 1
- United States 1
- United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865. 1
- Wayne County (Ind.) 1 ∧ less
- Earlham College 2
- Carter, Nathaniel, 1777-1851 1
- Huddleston, David 1
- Kenworthy, Leonard Stout, 1912-1991 1
- Mote, Marcus, 1817-1898 (Artist) 1