Contains 9 Results:
This folder contains letters from August 5, 1900 to May 5, 1911 written and sent by George Bacon to his parents, Francis Bacon, Alice Bacon, and other individuals. Letters talk about family life, some business and a tightly-knit Quaker community, unbarred reflections. Written from Philadelphia, Haddonfield and Pocono Lake Preserve.
This folder contains letters from New Years 1922 to November 21, 1939 written and sent by George Bacon to Francis Bacon. Includes references to his business in Mexico.
This folder contains letters from January 14, 1950 to November 20, 1959 written and sent by George Bacon to Francis Bacon and Edith Bacon. In 1953 he encloses a letter from Grace [Bacon?] written as from Delhi, but dated Kalimpong with discussion of Tibet and China, coronation of Queen Elizabeth, closing of the Calcutta Center.
This folder contains letters from June 23, 1800 to May 1, 1846 written and sent by George Wood Bacon to his family and other individuals. Includes discussions of his interest in the Native American customs he has observed, his hatred of slavery, and discussion of Joseph Smith and the Mormans. Written from Indiana and Illinois.
This folder contains letters from February 11, 1914 to November 5, 1945 written and sent by Jane and Mark Bacon to Edith Bacon, Francis Bacon, and other individuals. Letters mention welcoming Edith into the family, descriptions of daily life, Quaker meetings, and the change in family dynamic over time. Attached to a letter from Jane Bacon sent on April 5, 1922 is a photo of Alice and Ann Bacon.
This folder contains letters written and sent by Judy and Francis Bacon, Alice Bacon, Mark Bacon, Margaret Hope Bacon, and Mary Bacon to family members and other individuals starting from November 18, 1900 to August 29, 1964. One of the letters brings up the idea of having multi-racial Quaker meetings. Margaret Hope Bacon discusses travel in South Africa and meeting Nadine Gordimer.
This folder contains letters written and sent by L Clarkson, Thomas Evans, W Evans, Isaac Greenwell, J.B. Hutchinson, and R.D. Wood from January 17, 1848 to February 11, 1901 to members of the Bacon Family. These letters mention genealogical information, traveling to Ireland and England, music, and Sunday School.