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This folder contains letters written to Grace Bacon Lowry from August 1, 1907 to November 11, 1943. Letters contain reports of activities, such as tennis, attending weddings, house help, friends, and politics during World War II. A frequent letter writer, Leah, may be Leah Cadbury.
These are letters to their families from France, Switzerland, referring to the war and war-related issues, French interns returning from Germany, a great deal about daily living, including weather, cost of living, travels, while Alfred served in official capacity for the Alliance Universelle des Union Chretiennes de Jeunes Gens. Includes discussion of the Haverford Unit.
This folder contains diary entries from Europe (Germany, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria) and a photograph of James Henderson, Alfred Lowry's traveling companion.
This folder contains letters written and sent by Alfred Lowry from Europe from February 28, 1920 to April 11, 1920 to Grace Bacon and other family members.
This folder contains correspondence involving the Europe trip between Alfred Lowry and James Henderson, Elisha Steer, Carl Patterson, Joseph C. Stratton, Anna P. Haines, Tho. Davidson, and Philadelphia Yearly Meeting
This folder contains letters and documents from the American Friends Service Committee from November 19, 1919 to March 21, 1945. Also included is a certificate of identity for the AFHS that belonged to Grace Bacon Lowry. Discussions of relief work in Europe, North Africa,