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Thomas family papers, 1885-1963.

Author: J Rendel Harris; Allen C Thomas; Margaret Loring Thomas
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection contains correspondence, a guest book, 1914-1939, kept by Edward and Margaret Thomas, and miscellaneous writings. Family correspondence includes letters from and received by Rebecca M. and Allen C. Thomas, 1885-1888 and 1902, and childhood correspondence of Edward Thomas, 1887-1892, together with his student transcript from Haverford College, 1897. A letter to Allen Thomas from biblical scholar James  Read more...
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Named Person: Edward 1877- Thomas; Margaret Loring Thomas
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: J Rendel Harris; Allen C Thomas; Margaret Loring Thomas
OCLC Number: 183321587
Language Note: Materials are in English.
Notes: For a related collection, see Collected Papers of Edward Thomas and Margaret Loring Thomas, in the Swarthmore College Peace Collection.
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The collection contains correspondence, a guest book, 1914-1939, kept by Edward and Margaret Thomas, and miscellaneous writings. Family correspondence includes letters from and received by Rebecca M. and Allen C. Thomas, 1885-1888 and 1902, and childhood correspondence of Edward Thomas, 1887-1892, together with his student transcript from Haverford College, 1897. A letter to Allen Thomas from biblical scholar James Rendel Harris, dated Feb. 16, 1889, Jerusalem, describes his visit and collecting in that city. Writings include Edward Thomas's brief history of Twentieth Street Meeting, New York City, with additions.

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