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Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, S, 1918-1967

 File — Box: 2C

Scope and Contents

Letter writers include: Maria Scattergood, Alfred Scattergood, Rose Schneider, Karl Schwabach, Wally Scott, William Scranton, Elliot Sedgwick, Suzanne Sein, Harriet Sheldon, Dorothy Shipley, Mary Shipley, Mary F. Shoemaker, Florence Sidwell, Joseph Silver, Mary H. Smith, Mary Morgan Smith, Susan Gower Smith, Lin Snow, Social Order Committee, Margaret Soden, Elfriede Sollman, Friedrich Spiegelberg, St. Petersburg (Fl.) Friends Meeting, Percy Stanger, Stanford University, Anna Doan Stephene, Louise Allender Stinetorf, Lydia Stokes, Erika Strauss. Highlights include: Scattergood, Maria [pleased that Anna Shipley Cox Brinton has become a member of Philadelphia Monthly Meeting for the Western District, the same meeting where her parents belonged], 1918 November 19; Scattergood, Alfred [Germany?] [writes to all the members, presumably of the AFSC child feeding group in Germany, mentioning the departure of Howard Brinton and himself and the coming arrival of Francis Bacon, visit of Rufus Jones and Wilbur Thomas], 1921 July 6; Scott, Wally B. Westbury, Long Island, New York [asks Anna Shipley Cox Brinton if she would be their speaker during Quarterly Meeting], 1948 June 13; Scranton, William (Governor, Pennsylvania) [Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, New York] [invitation to the dedication of the William Penn Memorial Museum and Archives Building]; Sein, Suzanne. 2 items [March 4, 1967: several of the number of Friends in Mexico went to work with Victoria Friends on the plans for the 7th reunion of Friends in Mexico], 1961-1967; Spiegelberg, Friedrich. Here are a number of letters, including Spiegelberg's but also William Dennis of Earlham and Paul Tillich, at that time at Union Seminary in NY, related to finding a position for Spiegelberg, 1939; Stanford University. 2 items [appointment in 1918 as Acting Professor of Latin, and in 1928 as Acting Assistant Professor of Classical Literature], 1918-1928


  • Creation: 1918-1967

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