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British Friends' letters, 1650-1985.

Author: Samuel AlexanderJohn BarclayRobert BarrowIsaac BraithwaiteJ Bevan BraithwaiteAll authors
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Chiefly letters; also documents, clippings, published articles, portraits, silhouettes, photographs and misc. mss. related to Friends in England, Ireland and Scotland. Letters shed light on Quaker history and cultural activities; topics discussed include family news, Hicksite Separation, peace, business, slavery, education, N. American Indians, politics, travel, traveling Friends, relief work in Armenia and Quaker  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Alexander Jaffray; Alexander Jaffray
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Alexander; John Barclay; Robert Barrow; Isaac Braithwaite; J Bevan Braithwaite; John Bright; John Broadhead; John Candler; William Caton; William Dewsbury; R. F.; Josiah Forster; Ann Fothergill; Samuel Fothergill; Margaret Fell; Elizabeth Gurney Fry; David Hall; J Rendel Harris; Mary Howitt; William Howitt; Hannah Kilham; Roger Longworth; Daniel Mildred; Mary Neale; Henry Stanley Newman; Amelia Opie; Robert Sandilands; Thomas Shillitoe; William Smith; Thomas Story; Joseph Sturge; Ann Whitehead
OCLC Number: 25735085
Reproduction Notes: Photocopies and transcripts.
Description: 185 folders (5 boxes)

Abstract:

Chiefly letters; also documents, clippings, published articles, portraits, silhouettes, photographs and misc. mss. related to Friends in England, Ireland and Scotland. Letters shed light on Quaker history and cultural activities; topics discussed include family news, Hicksite Separation, peace, business, slavery, education, N. American Indians, politics, travel, traveling Friends, relief work in Armenia and Quaker publications (especially John Barclay's Diary of Alexander Jaffray, 1833). Includes letters and papers of early Friends. Correspondents include Samuel Alexander, Robert Barrow, Isaac Braithwaite, J. Bevan Braithwaite, John Bright, John Broadhead, John Candler, William Caton, William Dewsbury, Richard Farnworth, Josiah Forster, Ann Fothergill, Samuel Fothergill, Margaret Askew Fell Fox, Elizabeth Fry, David Hall, James Rendel Harris, Mary Howitt, William Howitt, Hannah Kilham, Roger Longworth, Daniel Mildred, Mary Neale, Henry Stanley Newman, Amelia Alderson Opie, Robert Sandilands, Thomas Shillitoe, William Smith, Thomas Story, Joseph Sturge and Ann Whitehead.

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