William Hodgson Jr. diary
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Included in Hodgson's diary are three sketches by the author, including a sketch of Elias Hicks, drawn from memory, a sketch of Weehawken Cliff along the Hudson River, and a sketch of the nearly completed Eastern State Penetentiary.
- Hodgson, William (Person)
Hodgson published a number of pieces related to the Society of Friends, including: “Select Historical Memoirs of the Religious Society of Friends” (1844), “An Examination of the memoirs and writings of Joseph John Gurney” (1856), “A brief account of the sorrowful lapse from the first principles in the Religious Society of Friends” (1862), and the two volume work, “The Society of Friends in the Nineteenth Century” (1875).
Hodgson died in 1878, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at about 74 years old.
Source: Dictionary of Quaker Biography
0.08 Linear Feet (1 volume)
- William Hodgson Jr. diary, 1827
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