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Whitall, James

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1888 - 1954

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Mason, Smith, Ewing family papers

 Collection
Identifier: HC.MC-1223
Overview The collection presents a detailed picture of several generations of Smiths, Masons and Ewings, Philadelphia families, at least some of whom were Quakers, portraying their daily lives and concerns. The primary authors are Edith Mason Smith (1857-1944) and her husband, Joshua Cowgill Smith (1857-1911), their children Elizabeth Newlin Smith (1884-1977) and her husband J.M. Sharpless Ewing ( - 1960), Mildred Smith (1888-1973) and Jean Smith (1883-1966). The concentration of the collection is the...
Dates: 1809-1970

Vol. 5, Undated

 Item
Scope and Content note This volume, entitled the "Quaker Pictures Scrapbook" is comprised of the single volume anonymous scrapbook of Quaker images and includes portraits of Quakers, locations where Quakers lived or preached, Quakers schools in the U.S. and Britiain, meeting houses in the U.S. and Britain, and facsimilies of Quaker autographs.Includes portraits of the following Quakers: George Fox, John Bright, Joseph Pease, Jane Sandwith Wakefield, Theodore Neild, Joseph Storrs Fry, Jonathon Dymond, Dr....
Dates: Undated

Whitall Family papers

 Collection
Identifier: HC.MC-1119
Overview Legal and business papers of members of the 19th century Quaker Whitall family in Philadelphia and New Jersey.
Dates: 1836 - 1912

James Whitall manuscripts

 Collection
Identifier: HC.MC-975-07-095
Overview This collection is comprised of two manuscripts collected by James Whitall. The collection includes the manuscript of a memoir or autobiography by Honah Landis, entitled "How Literature Came to Texas," and a French play by Edmond See, translated by Whitall, entitled "A Friend of His Youth."
Dates: Undated.