Quakers -- Massachusetts
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Gidley and Carter family papers
Contains correspondence of Job Scott Gidley, Wilburite minister, of New England Yearly Meeting, (2) notebooks of notes taken by Jessie Gidley Carter during London Yearly Meeting and Friends Service Council in 1938, and miscellaneous Carter property records and family papers.
Howland-Kirby Family Papers
John Greenleaf Whittier Manuscript Collection
John Greenleaf Whittier was a New England Quaker poet, journalist, and abolitionist. His poetry, inspired by his religious and moral beliefs, was well regarded during his lifetime, and he was respected by both Orthodox and Hicksite Quakers. The collection contains Whittier correspondence, manuscript poetry, books, photographs and miscellaneous material.
Kite-Bassett Family Papers
Henry T. Osborne correspondence
Mary G. Otis correspondence
This collection includes letters to Mary G. Otis written by her mother and father, Susanna I. and James H. Otis, and her aunt, Sarah H. Otis. These relate primarily to family and local news. One letter of interest, written by Sarah H. Otis, quotes from Theodore Parker, describes his personal character, and muses on the similarities between Parker and the Quakers.
Benjamin Sharp Family Papers
T. Noel (Thomas Noel) Stern Writings
The collection contains the writings of T. Noel Stern and his wife, Katherine. The writings document his professional and volunteer activities, from his work with the U.S. Forestry Service (1941) to his involvement with Dartmouth town government (1990s). Also reviews of his autobiographical novel, Secret Family (published privately in 1988). The autobiography concerns his life as the child of parents born out of wedlock in early 1910's America.
Robert B. and Alice Beard Taber papers
The papers include a photocopy of marriage certificate of Robert B. Taber and Annie P. Beard under the care of Bedford Monthly Meeting, Massachusetts, 1873; Barclay Sheaves, a manuscript dedicated to "Our Wives," 2 month 15, 1882, several labeled RBT; and an essay addressed to My dear daughter on author's understanding of the principles of members of the Society of Friends.