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Scope and Content note This collection is comprised of the single volume scrapbook of photos, and illustrations of the following Quakers: William Penn, James Naylor, James Logan, Richard Reynolds, James Pemberton, Nicholas Waln, Lindley Murray, George Dillwyn, Jonathon Dymond, Moses Brown, Bernard Barton, Anna Braithwaite, Dan Wheeler, William Allen, Samuel Gurney, Josiah Forster, Mary Ann Schimmelpenninck, Elisha Tyson, John Bright, Stephen Grellet, Enoch Lewis, George Fox, and Hannah Lloyd Neall. Clippings include...
Overview This typed manuscript, entitled "The Congregational or Progressive Friends in the Pre-Civil War Reform Movement," was written by Albert J. Wahl as his dissertation for the Degree of Doctor of Education at the Teachers College at Temple University.
Overview This collection is comprised of two folders of Irene Wales's papers. It includes a single folder of her correspondence with Thomas E. Drake, curator of the Quaker Collection at Haverford College, and a folder of materials related to Wales's research on 18th century Quaker history.
Identifier: SCPC-CDG-A-Walker, Charles C.
Overview Mark Webster's academic paper applies Hegel's theory of positivist Christian religions to two sects of Quakers, which Webster calls the Evangelical Friends and the Liberal Friends, and which Webster sees as the two least positivist Quaker groups. In the paper, Webster describes Hegel's theory of positivity, examines the history of Quakers through this theory, applies the theory to the two Quaker sects, and examines how different degrees of positivity in the two groups affected their reactions...
Overview This collection is comprised of a single folder of loose, handwritten notes made by Dorcas Weston. The notes focus on the family history and genealogy of Quaker families in the U.S., including the Wing family in Massachusetts, the Sisson family in Rhode Island, and the Gifford family in Massachusetts.