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The papers of Emma Cadbury (1875-1965), a Quaker social worker, consist of correspondence, programs, essays, notebooks, and clippings. These papers were kept by Cadbury while attending Quaker Women's Yearly Meetings and summer schools at Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges and the George School (Pennsylvania), during the early 20th century.
This collection contains various bibliographies that cover papers, books, pamphlets, and periodical articles that Cadbury has either authored, editted, or reviewed throughout his life. Various materials related to or referencing Cadbury are also present throughout the collection.
C.B. Freeman's manuscript "Quaker Origins: A Quaker Bibliography of the published writings of the people called Quakers from their first appearance to the end of the year 1656" includes bibliographic entries with early Quaker authors and their works, organized monthly for the years 1652 to 1657. It includes works by Quaker authors, including George Fox, James Nayler, Richard Farnworth, William Dewsbury, Richard Hubberthorne, Edward Burrough, and Francis Howgill.
The two bibliographies, compiled by James Starr Lippincott, are entitled "A Bibliography of the Writings of Members of the Society of Friends in America" and "A Collection of Historical Notes: List of Quaker essayists."