Quakers -- Ohio
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Letters written by Orthodox Friends in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Iowa to David J. Scott (1827-1914), a Friend of West Chester, Pa.
Genealogical and historical materials relating to the ancestry of Earl L. Carter (born 1887) and his wife Hazelle M. Stauffer (1896-1922) of Indianapolis, Indiana.
Maule's papers reflect his business life and Quaker interests. They include correspondence with sympathetic Friends, Wilburite theological documents, and memorials of Sarah Maule and Joshua Maule's father, Jacob Maule. Of special interest is an account of a visit by the Quaker minister Thomas Lamborn to Abraham Lincoln in letters, and other documents reflect the life his youngest child, Sarah Maule, who married Ross L. Walker and also lived in Belmont County.
The William P. Taber papers document the life and activities of one of the most influential Quaker writers and ministers of the second half of the twentieth century.They are especially useful for the Conservative Friends tradition and unprogrammed Quakerism and its development.