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Box 9


Contains 14 Results:

George E. Lippincott (1889-1979) biographical

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Scope and Contents George E. Lippincott military service ID card, 1918 discharge; family obituaries, photocopy of marriage license and certificate. George, younger brother of Horace, left the Society of Friends.

Family Bible information

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Scope and Contents Pages from a Bible owned by George E. Lippincott; also scans of relevant pages of family Bibles which were returned to descendants of Mather and Peg Lippincott in 2015.

Civil War 1861 diary of William Q[uimpy] Moore (transcript)

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Scope and Contents Typed transcript by George E. Lippincott. William Q. Moore (1840-1919). a member of Green Street Monthly Meeting during his wartime service. The entries begin while employed in Wilmington, Delaware, and he enlisted while a member of Wilmington Monthly Meeting. Diary covers his first enlistment, 1861, training and marches and encounters, ending with bivouac in Bolivar, West Virginia.

Robert C. Lippincott correspondence received, 1906/1915

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Scope and Contents ALsS from convicted felon in Spain who claimed his wife was Mary Lippincott, seeking help.
Dates: 1906/1915

Robert C. Lippincott biographical, 1882-1888

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Scope and Contents Robert C. Lippincott 1882 passport and 1888 obituaries; "At home" engraved plate return to family
Dates: 1882-1888

Lydia C. Mather booklet, 1867-1869

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Scope and Contents "Conundrums" in small leather bound notebook
Dates: 1867-1869

Chalkley Styer miscellaneous, 1890-1905

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Scope and Contents Chalkley Styer (1826-1915) was an uncle of Horace's wife, Sarah S. Jenkins Lippincott. Chalkley lived with Sarah's family in his old age. Contains sympathy notes on the death of his wife Abbie Potts Styer in 1896 and three small account books, 1890-1905.
Dates: 1890-1905

Mather-Lippincott-Shoemaker memorabilia, n.d.

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Scope and Contents Including an invitation from James and Lucretia Mott, wedding announcements. Cynthia died in 1880, and Robert remarried to Catharine Koons; the invitation is addressed to the only child from the first marriage, Master Horace Mather Lippincott.
Dates: n.d.

Robert Muschamp correspondence, 1926 - 1934

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Scope and Contents A member of Radcliffe Monthly Meeting, England. Correspondence with Horace Lippincott and publications.
Dates: 1926 - 1934