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Box 7

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Contains 11 Results:

Martha Schofield piece book, approximately 1858-1884

 Item — Box: 7
Identifier: A00180694
Scope and Contents 168 pages. Journal of poems, quotes, and writing extracts by multiple authors that were copied by Martha Schofield between 1858-1865. Also contains some newspaper clippings and a list of "assumed names." Includes content about abolition, capital punishment, and the death of Abraham Lincoln. Excerpts are by Francis D. Gage, Maria Townsend, Julia Abigail Fletcher Carney, Lydia Huntley Sigourney, Hannah Flagg Gould, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and others. Also features writing by Martha Schofield's...
Dates: approximately 1858-1884

Martha Schofield account book, 1891 - 1915

 Item — Box: 7
Identifier: A00180695
Scope and Contents 89 pages. Martha Schofield's financial records between 1891-1914. The writing on some of the pages is extremely faded.

Subjects: Schofield, Martha; Schofield Normal and Industrial School (Aiken, S.C.); Accounting; Finance

Relevant locations: Aiken (S.C.)
Dates: 1891 - 1915

Copy of will of Lydia A. Schofield, 1907-12-21

 Item — Box: 7
Identifier: A00183255
Scope and Contents 4 pages. Lydia Schofield was Martha Schofield's sister. Bequeaths property to various family members

Subjects: Wills
Dates: 1907-12-21

Friends' Pocket Almanac, 1867

 Item — Box: 7
Identifier: A00180690
Scope and Contents 42 pages. Friends' Pocket Almanac for the year 1867. Contains about two dozen short diary entries by Martha Schofield. Printed text includes astronomical information, historical anniversaries, and a detailed list of Quaker Yearly, Quarterly, and Monthly Meetings in the United States.

Subjects: Schofield, Martha; Quaker almanacs; Society of Friends

Relevant locations: Philadelphia (Pa.); Charleston (S.C.)
Dates: 1867

Martha Schofield diary of important events, 1879 - 1914

 Item — Box: 7
Identifier: A00180691
Scope and Contents 21 pages. Incomplete. Titled "A short record of some important events." Many pages were removed. Several pages were blank and not scanned. Most of the remaining entries are between 1910-1914; there is only one entry between 1890 and 1910. A printed document titled "An Outline of Elocution" was pasted inside.

Subjects: Schofield, Martha
Dates: 1879 - 1914

Eliza Schofield diary and notebook, 1853 - 1861

 Item — Box: 7
Identifier: A00180692
Scope and Contents 74 pages. Diary of Eliza Schofield, sister of Martha Schofield (a Quaker teacher who devoted her life to providing education for African Americans and founded the Schofield Normal and Industrial School in Aiken, South Carolina). Text is faded, damaged, and illegible in multiple places. Pages 66-73 were written back-to-front; the book may have been bound at a later date. Content is primarily copied quotes and literature extracts about love, but Eliza Schofield also recorded personal events....
Dates: 1853 - 1861