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Richard Mead Atwater (1844-1922) was the son of Stephen Atwater and Mary Weaver, both of whom were Quaker. This collection is comprised of Atwater's diary, 1862; letters concerning Brown University; club memberships and letters concerning the memberships and autobiographical remarks written in 1917 as well as an earlier biographical sketch.
This collection is comprised of a single volume diary, as well as correspondence from various members of the Bacon family.
This collection is comprised of the papers of Elizabeth Cadwallader Comfort, and include certificates of removal, clippings, correspondence, diaries, extracts, recipe books, wills, and miscellaneous items from various members of her family.
The papers of Eli and Sybil Jones, 19th century Quaker missionaries, most notably to the Middle East where they established missions on Mt. Lebanon and in Ramallah, Palestine; the correspondence of Charles and Ellen Jones, also 19th century Quaker missionaries in Ramallah; and the letters of Quaker James Parnell Jones, son of Eli and Sybil Jones, who fought in the Civil War.
The commonplace book of Mary Kite includes extracts from her diary, correspondence, and an account of a religious visit to North Carolina. Diary entries concern family news, as well as Kite's attendance at Quaker meetings and social events.
The commonplace book of the Morris family includes copied extracts from the journals of Margaret Morris, which include a description of Yellow Fever in Philadelphia in 1793, as well as copied poems, letters written by Mary Morris and Richard Hill Morris, and a clipped illustration depicting early settlers.
This manuscript provides a brief biographical sketch of John Pemberton, and contains excerpts from his journals and letters from his religious visit in England in 1750.
This collection is comprised of the papers of Isaac Proctor. The majority of the collection is composed of the personal correspondence of Proctor from the end of the 18th century, but also includes a single, small diary, and a single folder of his financial records.
Primarily the letters of the Quaker Scattergood family detailing daily life in the Philadelphia area and touching on issues of dress. There is a also a letter of Joseph Scattergood from Tunesassa, New York, telling of his work with Cornplanter's Native Americans. As well, there is a diary kept by Ann Sellers from 1853 to 1856 and a cookbook, circa 1800.
- Quakers -- History 8
- correspondence 6
- Quakers 5
- letters (correspondence) 4
- Quaker women 3
- Quakers -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia 3
- commonplace books 3
- Quakers -- Travel 2
- Yellow fever 2
- clippings (information artifacts) 2
- cookbooks 2
- Indians of North America 1
- Indians of North America -- Missions 1
- Lebanon 1
- Middle East -- Description and travel 1
- Palestine 1
- Peace movements -- Middle East -- History -- Sources 1
- Philadelphia (Pa.) -- History 1
- Quakers -- 19th century -- Biography 1
- Quakers -- Diaries 1
- Quakers -- Family relationships 1
- Quakers -- History -- 19th century 1
- Quakers -- Lebanon 1
- Quakers -- Middle East 1
- Quakers -- Travel -- 20th century 1
- Quakers -- United States -- Civil War, 1861–1865 1
- Society of Friends -- Missions -- Palestine 1
- Society of Friends -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- History -- Sources 1
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 1
- Wills 1
- Yellow fever -- History 1
- financial records 1
- manuscripts (documents) 1 ∧ less
- Atwater, Richard Mead 1
- Bacon family 1
- Comfort, Elizabeth Cadwallader 1
- Cornplanter, Seneca chief 1
- Drinker, Henry, 1734-1809 1
- Jones, Charles, M., 1844-1896 1
- Jones, Eli 1
- Jones, Ellen Maxfield, 1853-1904 1
- Jones, James Parnell 1
- Jones, Richard Mott, 1843-1917 1
- Jones, Sybil 1
- Jones, Virginia Costello 1
- Kite, Mary, 1793?-1861 1
- Morris family 1
- Morris, Margaret Hill 1
- Pemberton, John, 1727-1795 1
- Proctor, Isaac 1
- Scattergood family 1
- Scattergood, Joseph 1 ∧ less