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Friends Hospital (Philadelphia, Pa.)


Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

William P. Camp Papers

Identifier: SFHL-RG5-244
Abstract William P. Camp (1917-1999) was a Pennsylvania psychiatrist, concerned with ethics in the mental health field and very active in his profession and in Quaker organizations. His wife, Kay Camp, was a teacher and peace activist who served as the president of Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. Both of the Camps were active in Quaker concerns and members of Norristown Monthly Meeting. The papers chronicle Dr. Camp’s life, particularly his professional and volunteer activities....
Dates: 1936-1992

Friends Hospital records

Identifier: HC.MC-1261

Records of Friends Hospital from before its founding in 1813 through the late 20th century. Records include administrative, financial, hospital, published, and visual information.

Dates: 1812-2000

Friends Hospital records (digitized, selections)

 Digital Record
Identifier: HC.MC-1261d
Dates: 1812 - 2000

Thomas Scattergood journals

Identifier: HC.MC-1265

This collection consists of 11 volumes of Thomas Scattergood’s manuscript journals, spanning the years 1881 to 1906.

Dates: 1881-1906

Taylor Family papers

Identifier: HC.MC-962

Papers realted to the 19th-century Quaker Shoemaker and Taylor families of Burlington, NJ and Philadelphia and their westward movement to begin a business in Ohio. They deal also with such varied topics as surveying, sheep raising, the Contraband Relief Commission, the establishment of Bryn Mawr College and the mental hospital Friends' Asylum. Prominent correspondents are Abraham Merritt Taylor, Joseph Wright Taylor, Isaac Shoemaker, Charles Shoemaker and Thomas Wistar Jr.

Dates: 1755 - 1930

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Collection 4
Digital Record 1
Quaker businesspeople 2
Hospitals -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia 1
Pennsylvania -- Politics and Government 1
Psychiatric hospitals -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia 1
Psychiatrists -- Pennsylvania 1