Friends' War Victims' Relief Committee (London, England)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Contains the reference files collected and assembled by American Friends Service Committee over many years to keep it informed of parallel service work by British and Irish Friends. Includes minutes, reports, and related papers of Friends' War Victims' Relief Committee, Friends' Council for International Service, Friends Service Council, and other Quaker relief agencies, mostly under the direction of London and Dublin Yearly Meetings.
Identifier: SCPC-CDG-A-Cope, Paul Markley
Identifier: SCPC-CDG-B-Great Britain-Friends' War Victims' Relief Committee
Abstract Collection includes pamphlets, annual reports, and periodicals.
Overview [Anna] Ruth Fry was an activist and a writer born into a prominent Quaker family in England. From 1914-1924, she served as general secretary of the Friends Relief Commission, which provided help for refugees and others ravaged by World War I. Fry wrote about her experiences in A Quaker Adventure (1926). She was also the first chairman of the Russian Famine Relief Fund in 1921. Fry went on to write numerous books, pamphlets and tracts, on a variety of Quaker and peace topics. She died on April...
Portrait album of the Executive Committee and Delegates of the Friends' War Victims' Fund, 1870 - 1871
Scope and Contents This album contains black and white portraits of the Friends' War Victims' Fund's executive committee and delegates in England from 1870-1871. Each portrait is labelled with the individual's name.
Overview William Webb Price (1892-1961) was a Quaker architect, teacher, and actor, of Rose Valley, Pennsylvania. The collection contains chiefly letters written by Price to his family while serving with Friends War Victims Relief Committee in France during and shortly after World War I; together with reports, financial papers, memorabilia, and printed material relating to Quaker reconstruction activities in France.