Green Street Monthly Meeting of Friends (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Fair Hill Burial Ground was established on land bequeathed by George Fox in 1690 to Friends in Pennsylvania, including six acres "for a meeting house and school house and a burying place." Part of the land was set aside as a burial ground as early 1707, but there were few interments. In 1830, it was proposed that a burial ground be established for three Hicksite Philadelphia Monthly meetings, Philadelphia, Spruce Street, and Green Street. In 1985, the property was sold to Ephesians Baptist...
Overview This collection, dating from 1942 to 1953, depicts the speakers at the Frankford Friends Forum, which was started in 1930 and would feature a lecture on social justice issues. Speakers like Scott Nearing and Bayard Rustin are photographed and included in the collection of black and white photographs of forum speakers.
Dates: 1942 - 1953
Scope and Contents Records of Green Street Monthly Meeting, 1775-2018. Includes: vital records; men's and joint session minutes; women's minutes; minutes of the Meeting on Worship and Ministry and of its predecessors, the Meeting of Ministers and Elders and the Meeting of Ministry and Counsel; financial and property records; and other miscellaneous records of its endeavors. The latter include various First Day schools, Greene Street Friends School; Fair Hill Meeting, Fair Hill Burial Ground, Frankford Friends...
Abstract This collection of miscellaneous papers includes Johnson's personal letters to fellow members of Green Street Monthly Meeting, minutes of a reading group, and copies of Quaker manuscripts: 8 ALsS, 1870-1879, to Ann Reeves; minutes of a reading circle, ca. 1870-1874 which include topics and discussions; ms copy of a vision described by Mary Levis at a Women's Yearly Meeting in 1843; ms copy by Harrison Streeter, 1868, of Joseph Hoag's 1803 vision; 2 ALsS, 1884, from Johnson to H. and K.S.; brief...