Edna Stover Pullinger correspondence on Quaker Hymns
This collection contains the correspondence of Edna Stover in response to her request for information about the origins and copyrights of individual hymns to be used in a new Quaker hymn book. Many of the letters are from the authors, from many different denominations, regarding their personal histories and the history of the hymns.
- Pullinger, Edna S. (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Edna Voorhees Stover wrote the notes for the A guide to A Hymnal for Friends 1955, published by the Religious Education Committee of the Friends General Conference in 1955. She was born in 1913, the daughter of Henry Willet and Beulah Stover. In 1956, she married Richard Colby Pullinger whose uncle was Herbert Pullinger, the Philadelphia artist. Edna Pullinger died in 1993, a member of Makefield Monthly Meeting, Pennsylvania,
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Source of acquisition--Edna Pullinger. Method of acquisition--Gift of; Date of acquisition--1983.
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