Contains 10 Results:
Noah Chapman: "Lines Written on the Death of [sister] Mary who departed this life first month 18th 1851", 1851
At least some of the poetry is written by A. Wright; includes: The Accident on the Elevated (AWW); To the Turkey Gobbler Poem: Now jolly glorious Christmas Poem: I cannot think of them as dead"; "There Was a Sober Quaker" Poem (fragment); "Once Seen, perhaps, we part forever" (A.Wright), n.d.; "Weary of the Rattle of the Wagons," n.d.
Epistle from New York Yearly Meeting of Women Friends to Baltimore Yearly Meeting of Women Friends (draft), 1894
Re: Philanthropic work, abolition of capital punishment, temperance, purification of the press, work for colored schools, and the new plan for organization of monthly and quarterly meetings.
Ms. copy of a letter from Edward Hicks, grieved by the divisions amongst Friends
Bound autograph album
Includes letters of condolence to Noah from Suffrage Associations.
Family scrapbook with clippings, drawings, memorabilia, photographs