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Friends of Ramallah Friends Meeting (Quakers) records

Identifier: HC.MC-1040

Scope and Contents

This collection related to the Ramallah Friends Meeting and Friends International Center in Ramallah, Palestine. The majority of the collection is dated between 2002 - 2014, and pertains to renewing the Ramallah Friends Meetinghouse and transforming it into a Friends Center, and then minutes for the Center.


  • 2002-2014

Access Restriction

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Standard Federal Copyright Law Applies (U.S. Title 17)

Biographical / Historical

The Ramallah Friends Meetinghouse was originally built in 1910, after a Quaker community had been active since the late 1800s. The meeting holds unprogrammed worship each week. The Meetinghouse fell into disrepair in the 1990s, and was further damaged in 2003 during the Second Intifada. A group was formed to raised funds to repair the building, which finished in 2004. The Philadelphia Yearly Meeting financially supported Friends International Center, Ramallah until 2007 when they received 501(c)3 status in 2007. The organization has since changed names to Friends of Ramallah Friends Meeting (Quakers).


0.4 Linear Feet (1 box)




This collection has two series: Official Business and Correspondence

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Initial donation by Arlene Kelly, April 2008. Accruals by Deborah First, January 2015, June 2017.

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Friends of Ramallah Friends Meeting (Quakers) records, 2002-2014
Processed by University of Delaware students as a project; completed 2016. Updated in April 2018 by Mary A Crauderueff.
March 2018
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