Found in 245 Collections and/or Records:
Emil Fuch's manuscript "George Fox, Seine Botschaft, Seine Wesen un Seine Leben" is written in German. In English, the title of the manuscript is "George Fox, his Message, his Essence, and his Life."
Walter B. Fulghum's dissertation "Quaker Influences on Whitman's Religious Thought" analyzes the influences of Quakerism, particularly the influences of Elias Hicks and Hicksite Quakerism, on Walt Whitman's religious thought. The manuscript discusses ways in which Whitman's personal demeanor and behavior reflected a Quaker influence, and connects Quakerism to the themes in Whitman's "Leaves of Grass."
Marty Voellmy Giessler's autobiography begins with her travel to Berlin from her home in Switzerland. She arrives as a student hoping to study the socialist movement and describes her experiences with other students and members of the "German Youth Movement."
The collection consists of four distinct series, which contain documents pertaining to Haverford professor Louis Green's activity in academia. These include materials related to his research, consisting of his 1937 PhD. dissertation from Princeton University, his Solar and Stellar Pulsations book manuscript, calculations, and lab journals; student assignments and examinations; lecture notes; and materials related to Haverford College policies.
This collection is comprised of the handwritten correspondence between Thomas Drake and Frances B. Watland concerning Lida Lisle Greene's manuscript of a play about John Woolman, as well as the typed script for the play.