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T-V (except Taylor, Jacob), 1797-1903

 File — Box: 18
Identifier: HC.PhY.838.03.026 (1250/AA41 (V))

Scope and Contents


Talbott, Emma M., 11/12/1898: Tunesassa, to PYMIC regarding resignation

Thomas, Jonathan, 1804-1821: ca. 8 letters, [some also signed by Joseph Elkinton and Ann Thomas] regarding situation of living among First Nations peoples, from the following locations: - [1 from] Genesanguhta, 4/21/1804 - [6 from] Tunesassa, 3/28/1817 to 5/20/1820 - [1 from] Pittsburgh, 5/19/1821

Trimble, Joseph, 1797-1799: 3 letters, Concord, 7/17/1797 to 6/2/1799 to Henry Drinker regarding Thomas Wilson, update on personal life

Trippe, Morton F., 3/3/1903: letter, Salamanca to George Scattergood regarding banishment of liquor at Red House

Twining, Stephen, 1811-1815: 8 letters [all with Jacob Taylor and Hannah Jackson], 3/15/1811 to 2/15/1815, Cattaraugus regarding current situation

Vail, Mary, 11/26/1873: letter, Tunesassa, to PYMIC regarding resignation

Van Rensselaer, Leland D., 4/22/1890: typed letter, Randolph, New York, to George J. Scattergood regarding discovery of a vein of coal

Valentine, Thomazine, 1857-1864: 7 letters, Tunesassa, 7/6/1857 to 12/8/1864 to PYMIC regarding correspondence and work with First Nations peoples


  • Creation: Majority of material found in 1797-1903

Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open for research. Access may be provided via digital or microfilm copy, per repository policy.

Physical Location

Haverford College Quaker and Special Collections

Materials Specific Details

Affiliation: Pre-separation/Orthodox

Physical Facet

1 folder

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