George Fox University - Murdock Learning Resource Center
The State of Oregon granted Pacific College a college charter in 1891. It was the outgrowth of a Quaker secondary school established ten years earlier when pioneer Friends emigrated to the Newberg area. The collection consists of record books, minutes, newspaper clippings, program plans, brochures, and photographs.
George Fox University - Murdock Learning Resource Center
Oregon Yearly Meeting of Friends Church was established in 1891 at Newberg, Oregon. In 1974 the name was changed to Northwest Yearly Meeting of Friends Church. The collection consists of membership records, minutes, correspondence, publications, sermons, reports, and materials relating to associated organizations.
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes of board of directors and various committees, financial records, memorabilia, reference materials, pictures, and other records, relating chiefly to management of The Whittier
Thomas Balch Library
This collection consists of documents gathered by Ann Thomas in preparation for a presentation for the 1995 Loudoun Genealogy Club Seminar, Religion and Migration in Early Loudoun. Dealing primarily with the Quakers' early contribution to Loudoun County's settlement, including maps, genealogical records, meeting records, Pennsylvanian records, and bibliographies, the materials also consist of documents from the Seminar weekend itself
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly personal correspondence of Howitt and his wife, Mary Botham Howitt (1799-1888), who was also an author; together with mss. of their poems and stories, and translations of Swedish literature. Includes material relating to the couple's interest in spiritualism and Scandinavian literature
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Audio cassettes of interviews with 55 Quakers, chiefly born in Chester County between 1889-1910, containing largely autobiographical data, as well as information about Quaker life in general, recollections of Chester County, descriptions of farm life, and histories of Friends meetings in Chester County. Includes some typewritten transcripts
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Manuscripts of three unpublished books relating to Quakers on Nantucket, representing Leach's analysis of early Quakerism in Nantucket, Mass., and also important island history. Includes chronological account (1698-1738) of Nantucket Monthly Meeting (formed 1708) and also information concerning the Hicksite separation
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, chiefly of Phebe (Folger) Coleman; information concerning land transactions; minutes of meetings of the Sizzlers, a local anti-slavery group founded by Job Coleman (1788-1875); and printed anti-slavery testimony by Elihu Coleman (1699-1789)
Lynn Historical Society
Correspondence, financial and legal documents, including tax lists and other papers relating to tax collection, genealogical materials, and other papers, chiefly of Richard Hood (mid-18th century) and Abner Hood (later 18th century). Subjects include Quakers and anti-slavery
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly correspondence relating to Eastburn's career as an educator in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and especially her activities (1905-1921) as teacher and principal at Aimwell School, Philadelphia, Pa., a Quaker school for poor girls; together with biographical and genealogical materials, and business, financial, and legal papers, of the Eastburn family of Bucks County, Pa