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Overview The Chester Friends Association was established in Chester, Pennsylvania, in 1901 as a society to study Quaker history and literature. This collection contains the record book of Chester Friends Association, a society to study Quaker history and literature. The volume contains minutes, constitution, and by-laws.
Overview Contains the papers of Carlisle G. Davidson, Quaker editor. Chiefly correspondence and articles, including editorial correspondence concerning the periodical, The Pentecostal Friend, published by the Evangelical Friends Association, a Quaker Pentecostal organization located in Detroit, Michigan, and correspondence concerning the formation of the Elgon Yearly Meeting in East Africa.
Overview The Byberry Friends Association was a Quaker group which met monthly in Byberry, Pa, to hear papers on a variety of topics and to discuss issues of the day. This collection contains the records of the Friends Association of Byberry, 1900-1932.
Overview Friends Historical Association is an organization that promotes research and publication on topics in Quaker history. Membership and editorial offices are located at Swarthmore and Haverford Colleges. Minutes of the organization after 1964 are at Haverford College.
Overview The Friends Sesqui-Centennial Commission was an organization involved with coordinating Quaker activities relating to the sesquicentennial celebration of the American Revolution in 1926 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The collection contains a minute book containing committee and treasurer's reports, registration books, printed material and other records.
Overview Friends Social Union was a Hicksite Quaker social club established in 1907 in Ambler, Pennsylvania. The collection contains minutes, 1907 1924.
Overview Robert Hoopes Maris (1890-1975) was a Quaker dentist who served with the American Friends Service Committee in France after World War I.. The collection contains chiefly correspondence with his family written while Maris was serving as a dentist with American Friends Service Committee in France after World War I. Also a photograph album and other papers.
Overview The Trenton Friends Association was formed in 1892 in Trenton, New Jersey, to promote “a thorough knowledge of the history and testimonies of the Society of Friends.” Meetings were held monthly, except in the summer, in the Trenton Friends meeting house. Papers were presented on a variety of topics. The collection contains minutes, constitution and bylaws, and manuscripts of papers read at meetings.
- Swarthmore College 2
- American Friends Service Committee 1
- Atkinson, Caroline J., 1881-1953 1
- Byberry Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends 1
- Carter, Arabella, 1867- 1
- Chester Friends Association (Chester, Pa.) 1
- Davidson, Carlisle G. 1
- Evangelical Friends Association 1
- Friends Association of Byberry 1
- Friends Historical Association 1
- Friends Historical Association. Bulletin of the Friends Historical Association 1
- Friends Historical Association. Quaker History 1
- Friends Historical Commission 1
- Friends Sesqui-centennial Commission 1
- Friends Social Union (Ambler, Pa.) 1
- George School (Bucks County, Pa.) 1
- Gwynedd Monthly Meeting of Friends (Hicksite : 1827-1936) 1
- Jones, Rufus M. (Rufus Matthew), 1863-1948 1
- Maris family 1
- Maris, Robert Hoopes, 1890-1975 1
- Society of Friends. Elgon Yearly Meeting 1
- Tolles, Frederick Barnes, 1915-1975 1
- Trenton Friends Association (Trenton, N.J.) 1
- Twelfth Street Meeting House (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1
- Walker, E. Virginia 1
- Wills, William M. 1
- Yarnall, Stanley R. (Stanley Rhoads), 1871-1964 1 ∧ less